Norwegian Breakaway 9 Night Baltic Cruise 18th August 2018

Code: GBDFVD
9 NIGHTS
Cruise type:
Inside
fr £1299
Ocean View
fr £1419
Balcony
fr £1599
Suite
fr £1659
  • Norwegian Breakaway Balcony
  • Norwegian Breakaway Outside Stateroom
  • Norwegian Breakaway Oceanview
  • Norwegian Epic Pool Area
  • Norwegian Breakaway Spa Suite
  • Norwegian Breakaway Spa
  • Norwegian Breakaway Grand Lobby

9 NIGHT BALTIC CRUISE

Norwegian Breakaway 18th August 2018

Join the Norwegian Breakaway in Copenhagen on this  9 night Magical Baltic Cruise   with ports of call at: Copenhagen –  Warnemunde – Tallinn – St. Petersburg – Helsinki -and Nynashamn before returning to Copenhagen  where you  disembark for your flight home.

 

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATIONCopenhagen
DEPARTURE TIMEBoard your ship between 12 noon and 3 p.m.
INCLUDED
 All FlightsTransfers
9  Night CruiseFull Board
NOT INCLUDED
Shore Excursions
On Board Gratuity

YOUR HOLIDAY HOME AT SEA

Norwegian Breakaway

The amazing Norwegian Breakaway presents a multitude of exciting innovations and signature touches of sheer class for your cruise holiday. Its home port, New York  has been the inspiration for this beautiful ship and is reflected in the eye-catching artwork displayed on her hull in the themed spaces and enormous lounges. The entertainment programme are to match any Broadway season. There are activities and dedicated spaces for all age-groups, making the Norwegian Breakaway ideal for families. Yet those travelling without children will also find plenty of quiet corners to enjoy some precious time for rest and relaxation.

Facilities on board

  • Two main formal restaurants, six speciality restaurants
  • Two aqua parks, including fastest water slide at sea
  • Top class entertainment including Broadway quality shows
  • Sports venue with climbing wall, bungee trampoline and largest ropes course at sea
  • Fitness centre and luxurious spa
  • Promenade dining and shopping area
  • Tonnage 144,017
  • Passenger capacity 4,028
  • Total Crew 1,651
  • Total Cabins 1,994
  • Decks 18
Day 1: Copenhagen

Embark your ship – Norwegian Epic

The city owes much of its charm to the buildings erected over the years by Denmark’s monarchs, and boasts a treasure trove of late-Renaissance and Rococo architecture. See the fabled statue of Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Mermaid, a world famous symbol of the city. Stroll along the old harbour of Nyhavn, lined with cafés, restaurants and 500-year-old gabled houses.

Day 2: Warnemunde

Is the perfect place from which to explore nearby Berlin, Warnemunde is a popular seaside resort in northern Germany on the edge of the Baltic Sea. Stroll down the Alte Strom, a charming path winding through the heart of the city and lined with traditional buildings, restaurants, bars and shops. Visit the 36m-high Warnemunde Lighthouse offering stunning views of Rostock and the Baltic Sea. Warnemunde is also home to the Teapot, an interesting living example of East German architecture built in the 1960’s. Today the Teapot houses various restaurants and a sea voyage exhibition. For beer lovers there’s the Hanseatische Brauerei Rostock which produces the local Rostoker Pils, renowned throughout Germany.

Day 3: At Sea
Day 4: Tallinn

The atmosphere of the medieval streets and spires of the Old Town blend with modern restaurants, cafés and nightclubs. Boutiques showcasing the best of modern Estonian designers, combined with the city’s artisan traditions, make Tallinn a great place to shop. The city is small enough to explore on foot, and the breezy café culture offers a welcome break for tired travelers.

Day 5: St. Petersburg

St Petersburg is Russia’s “Cultural Capital” and home to world’s second largest museum The Hermitage and of course when here you cannot miss out on seeing a Russian Ballet performance live or go to Catherine Palace to see first-hand the opulence that the Romanov’s lived in.

Day 6: St. Petersburg
Day 7: Helsinki

Helsinki is regarded by many as having the world’s best quality of life. This green metropolis spreads across numerous islands along Finland’s southern coast. An ideal way to travel is by Jopo through the city’s numerous bicycle lanes along the waterfront, past the Sibelius Monument, and into Market Square.

Day 8: Nynashamn

Nynashamn is a deep natural harbour situated among 1,000 islands and islets. The bustling centre has grown from a small fishing town and offers a popular sailing and boat racing location. The town is home to churches dating back to the 12th century, the Iron Age replica Viking house and the Rune stone path with at least 27 stones scattered across the town.

Day 9: At Sea
Day 10: Copenhagen
Disembark your ship – Norwegian Breakaway

 

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