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The multi day European outing on board the Norwegian Cruise Lines Ship – the Sun, sails to the Baltic Capitals starts and finishes at London. The agenda incorporates embarkation at London (Dover), Copenhagen, Berlin (Warnemuende), Tallinn, St. Petersburg, Helsinki, Stockholm (Nynashamn) back to London. At Dover you see the White Cliffs of Limestone, and afterward go on an outing to the Oxford Street, Trafalgar Square, London’s West End and Westminster Abbey. Then, at that point, visit the River Thames and Windsor Castle.
Visit the Chief Cathedral of the United Kingdom in the old city of Canterbury, and afterward visit Kent – the Garden of the Kingdom. Pass through London to see the Trafalgar Square, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower of London, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, the eleventh century Westminster Abbey, Downing Street, and Piccadilly Circus.
The journey docks at Copenhagen, where you see the ‘Little Mermaid’ the fantasy character, the image of Denmark. Walk or Travel Booking cycle past the drinking fountain of the Goddess Gefion, the Gothic Church outside Amalienborg – the colder time of year homestead of the regal family. Visit the Medieval area of town and the Christinsborg Palace – the Danish Parliament. Assuming you traverse the Oresund Bridge you enter Sweden. In Malmo you’ll visit the fourteenth Century Sankt Petri Church, into the really square where the regal sculpture of King Karl Gustav looking on to the City Hall. You will visit Lund, the most established town in Sweden and the Lund Cathedral established around 1103. Then, at that point, Norwegian Cruise Lines brings you into Berlin, Germany.