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May 2018 Ultimate Baltic Europe Cruise 2

Ultimate Baltic Europe Cruise 2 – May 26-June 9, 2018 – SOLD OUT

A grand cruising voyage is coming your way in May of 2018. Explore the Netherlands, Denmark, Estonia, Sweden and Finland. Finally, St. Petersburg, Russia is a cruise port not to miss and the ship spends two days here!

**Hurry and book early! Prices will rise over time as airfare becomes more limited. 

Itinerary:

May 26 – Fly from your home city to Denver to connect to your international flight to Amsterdam.

May 27 – Welcome to Amsterdam! Transfer to your hotel to rest and overnight.

May 28 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Amsterdam is a fascinating city. Sit back and enjoy a half day city tour with our local guide before transferring to the cruise ship. Your Royal Caribbean ship is the Brilliance of the Seas and a tasty welcome dinner is waiting for you tonight as you set sail from Amsterdam. (Breakfast, Cruise Meals)

May 29 – Enjoy a relaxing day at sea. (Cruise Meals)

May 30 – Skagen, Denmark – Skagen is home to clear waters, and beautiful white sand beaches. Home to Denmark’s main fishing port and also thriving tourist industry, the town attracts 2 million people annually. (Cruise Meals)

May 31 – Enjoy a relaxing day at sea. (Cruise Meals)

June 1 – Tallinn, Estonia -Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is one of the oldest cities on the Baltic Sea, founded in 1154. Its Old Town has remained remarkably unchanged for the past 600 years, making it one of the most attractive cities in Europe. The reconstructed Rotermann area is located very close to Old Town. Today’s Tallinn is also a thoroughly modern capital filled with parks, museums, sports centers, hotels and cafés. Many national events are attracted to Tallinn because of its designation as the European Capital of Culture in 2011. Tallinn is a city certain to suit almost every traveler’s tastes. (Cruise Meals)

June 2 – St. Petersburg, Russia – St. Petersburg is rich in cultural heritage, and a masterpiece of architecture that embodies the soul of Imperial Russia. In 1703, Peter the Great built a fortress on the banks of the Neva River, and by 1712 a new city had emerged. Elegant façades, glorious cathedrals and grand residences were built along the city’s canals. Construction flourished under Catherine the Great, and the city gained new splendor with elaborate palaces, lovely parks and magnificent squares designed by French and Italian architects. St. Petersburg is the most European-influenced city in Russia, and certainly the most spectacular. (Cruise Meals)

June 3 – St. Petersburg, Russia – Spend another day in this incredible port city. (Cruise Meals)

June 4 – Helsinki, Finland – Helsinki is the sparkling capital of Finland, an elegant city of spectacular architecture, beautiful gardens, and harborside parks. The Finns have long been admired for graceful design and imaginative architecture. Many styles from centuries past and present are represented here, from medieval to neoclassical, as well as the superb ultra-modern creations by Aalto, Saarinen, and other Finnish masters. (Cruise Meals)

June 5 – Stockholm, Sweden – Situated where Lake Mälaren meets the Baltic Sea, Stockholm was founded as a fortress in the mid-13th century. The fortress grew into a town, spread to nearby islands, and the mainland eventually became the capital of Sweden. It is a city of remarkable beauty with its numerous parks, tree-lined squares and boulevards and pleasant water vistas. (Cruise Meals)

June 6 – Enjoy a relaxing day at sea. (Cruise Meals)

June 7 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is an elegant city, rich in history and tradition. Castles and crown jewels, galleries and museums, cathedrals and canals – sightseeing in this city is fascinating. One of the city’s most celebrated sights is Tivoli, a unique combination of picture-perfect gardens, lakes and more than 100,000 colored lights. (Cruise Meals)

June 8 – Enjoy a relaxing day at sea. (Cruise Meals)

June 9 – Your cruise ends this morning back in Amsterdam and it is straight to the airport for your flight back to the USA.

 

royallegendYour Ship: Royal Caribbean Brilliance of the Seas

Let the sun shine in—this is Brilliance of the Seas, a beautiful Radiance-class ship that combines sleek swiftness, panoramic vistas, and wide-open spaces. With acres of glass enclosing the nine-story central atrium, elevators facing the sea, and floor-to-ceiling windows throughout, you’ll never be at a loss for an incredible view. Bask at the tranquil Solarium pool, recharge at Vitality Spa, or reach new heights on our signature rock-climbing wall. When the sun goes down, the night heats up with Broadway-style shows. It’s the amazing vacation you’ve been searching for.

 

Your Host: Alan McKay

Alan started guiding tours when he was a senior in high school. Since that time, he has traveled with hundreds of groups all over the world, including tours to England, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Peru, Guatemala, Mexico, China, and Thailand. His degree in history from Utah State University adds richness to the tours that he leads. He and his wife, Ida Mae, live in Ogden, Utah and are the proud parents of four sons.  Alan’s love in life is to see the world with incredible people and to share his knowledge of travel with all of his groups. Come and become one of his “travel groupies” today.

 

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Inside Cruise Cabin with Round Trip Airfare from Denver– Double Occupancy – SOLD OUT

Oceanview Cabin – double occupancy -SOLD OUT 

Balcony Cabin – double occupancy – SOLD OUT

Amsterdam Cruise Transfers, Tour and Hotel – Included!

Airfare to Denver – Call for assistance or set up your own

Optional Shore Excursions – Pricing Coming Soon

Credit Card Fee – 3.5% (only applies to final payment-pay by check to avoid it)

Deposit Required – $1600 per person

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*Trip cancellation and emergency protection available
*Passports are required
*Full payment due 90 days before departure.
*Cancellation charges: non-refundable after deposit is made
*Cancellation charges: non-refundable after final payment is made
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