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Scandinavia & Russia - Flavours of the World

Wine & Dine Credit

Departs
Wednesday, 28th August 2019
Ship
Regal Princess
Princess Cruises
Pricing is From and Per Person
Cabin Type Rate
IF - Interior
BE - Balcony

Please note, while prices and inclusions are accurate at time of loading they are subject to change due to changes in cruise line policies and pricing and due to currency fluctuations. Currency surcharges may apply. Please check details of price and inclusions at time of booking.

Special Validity Dates

Special is valid from 1st November 2018 to 13th December 2018.

Special Inclusions

- 11 night cruise onboard Regal Princess
- Main meals & entertainment onboard
- Port charges & government fees

BONUS:
- Receive US$100 Wine & Dine credit for inside staterooms OR US$200 Wine & Dine credit for Balcony staterooms*

CRUISE SALE BONUS:
- Book between 03 - 17 Nov 2018 & receive US$100 onboard credit per stateroom*
- Pay a 50% reduced deposit

Special Conditions

*Offer ends 13 Dec 2018 unless sold out prior. Fares are cruise only, per person, twin share in NZD, based on the best available fares, inclusive of all taxes, fees & port expenses (which are subject to change). Subject to availability at time of booking. Supplements apply for other stateroom categories. A reasonable number of staterooms have been set aside which are available at these fares. Once these staterooms are sold, fares may revert to a higher fare, but may also be discounted. Valid for new bookings & not combinable with any other offer. WINE & DINE CREDIT: is per stateroom in currency as specified, applied to the first 2 passengers only & varies by cruise. Credit is non-transferable, non-refundable, non-redeemable & cannot be used at the medical centre or casino & will expire if not used by 10pm on the last night of cruise. Further conditions apply. To be read in conjunction with the Booking & Passage Conditions found in the latest Princess Cruises brochure which passengers will be bound by. CRUISE SALE 03-17 NOV ONLY: Onboard credit is in currency as specified per stateroom and is applied to the first 2 passengers only. Credit is non-refundable, non-transferable and not redeemable for cash and cannot be used at the medical centre or casino. A 50% reduced deposit is required at time of reservation, & the rest upon final payment of cruise.

Cruise Description

11 Night Scandinavia & Russia cruise departing roundtrip from Copenhagen onboard Regal Princess.

Enjoy sweeping views from one of more than 1,400 balconies on Regal Princess or stroll on the SeaWalk®, a glass-floor walkway extending 28 feet beyond the edge of the ship! From the tranquil Sanctuary, a retreat reserved for adults, to the dazzling Princess WaterColor Fantasy light and water show and more, you'll find diversions for every mood.

Highlights of this cruise:

Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen was founded during the 12th century. The city owes much of its charm to the buildings erected by Denmark's monarchs, and boasts a treasure trove of late-Renaissance and Rococo architecture.

Copenhagen deserves its accolade as the Venice of the North. Founded on a series of islands and islets, the city today is laced with graceful canals and boasts some of the most delightful architecture in Northern Europe. See the fabled statue of Hans Christian Andersen's Little Mermaid, a symbol of the city. Stroll along the old harbor of Nyhavn, lined with cafés, restaurants and 500-year-old gabled houses. Browse the superb shops on the world-famous Stroget or view the Rococo palaces lining Amalienborg Square. Best of all, savor the taste of local delicacies while wandering the paths of Tivoli Gardens, one of Europe's most celebrated pleasure gardens.

Stockholm (Nynashamn), Sweden
The small rocky harbor of Nynashamn is your gateway port to Stockholm, the "Capital of Scandinavia." The city began life over seven centuries ago as a Viking stronghold built on the island of Gamla Stan. Today, Stockholm covers 14 separate islands and is interwoven with bays, channels and inlets. The city skyline is a sea of copper roofs grown green with patina, towers, spires and graceful cupolas stand sentinel over the historic Old Town (Gamla Stan). A city of nearly a million people, Stockholm is one of the world's most beautiful, clean, and orderly metropolises.

With a history stretching over seven centuries, Stockholm is not just a beautiful city but also Sweden's center of art and culture.

Note: Your ship will anchor in Nynashamn and use launches to transport all passengers ashore.

Helsinki, Finland
Perhaps their country's harsh climate encouraged the Finns' love and respect for design and the arts. Whatever the cause, there's no denying that Helsinki is one of the most vibrant and beautiful cities in Scandinavia. Hailed as the "Daughter of the Baltic," Finland's capital is a city of graceful neoclassical buildings, striking modern architecture and spacious boulevards dotted with squares and parks. In the past century, Finland has nurtured some of the major creative talents of Western culture, from the composer Sibelius to architects Eliel & Eero Saarinen and Alvar Aalto.

The center of Finnish commerce and culture, Helsinki is home to some 590,000 people. Much of the city's neoclassical architecture dates from the period of Tsarist rule, which began in 1809 after political control of Finland passed from Sweden to Russia.

St. Petersburg, Russia
St. Petersburg has provided a historic stage since the day Peter the Great ordained its construction on the banks of the Neva. In its relatively short history - the city is younger than New York - St. Petersburg has witnessed the rise and fall of Imperial Russia, three shattering revolutions, and civil war. The city survived a long and tragic siege during World War II - indeed St. Petersburg became a symbol of Russian resistance to Nazi invasion.

Russia's "Window on the West," St. Petersburg remains one of the world's most beautiful metropolises. Perched on the banks of the Neva, the city is crisscrossed by canals. Two great architects helped bring Peter the Great's vision of St. Petersburg to life: Rastrelli and Carlo Rossi. The rich architecture that resulted features a mixture of styles from ornate Russian Baroque churches to neo-classical palaces. St. Petersburg has also been the cultural soul of Russia, a repository of priceless art and a home to poets, musicians and composers ranging from Pushkin to Shostakovich.

Peter the Great instilled his near-mania for architecture and building in his successors, making the then capital of Imperial Russia one of the architectural treasures of the world.

Tallinn, Estonia
Like Latvia and Lithuania, the Baltic republic of Estonia has survived a turbulent history. The small nation was conquered and ruled by the likes of Teutonic Knights, Polish princes and Russian Tsars. For 51 years, Estonia remained a pawn in the Soviet empire, until the burgeoning freedom movement led to independence for the Baltic Republics in 1991. Like its sister republics, Estonia maintained its ties to the Western tradition, retaining the Latin alphabet and Catholic and Protestant faiths. Once a member of the historic Hanseatic League, Tallinn is the political, commercial and cultural center of Estonia.

Berlin (Warnemunde), Germany
Berlin is a worthy rival to London or Paris in terms of history, art and culture. The city's highlights include the restored Reichstag Building with its magnificent glass dome and the stunning Pergamon Museum.

Warnemünde is a seaside resort near the harbor entrance to Rostock, one of the city-states that formed the medieval Hanseatic League. Originally a fishing village turned spa and resort. Explore the old Cold War hot spots and view the Brandenburg Gate, restored to its original magnificence. Or, stroll along the Kurfurstendamm and take coffee in a local cafe. Warnemünde is also your gateway to Mecklenburg and the German countryside.

Oslo, Norway
Forest-clad slopes plummet to an island-studded fjord. Welcome to Oslo, Scandinavia's oldest capital city. The commercial center of Norway, Oslo has been a major trading port for over a millennium. Its harbor is crowded with shipping that ranges from cruise ships to workaday shrimp boats. Though a relatively modest city in size - some 550,000 Norwegians call it home - Oslo is one of the largest capital cities in the world in terms of area. The hills and lakes of its outlying countryside are a paradise for lovers of winter sports. And the city itself boasts a sophisticated, yet cozy charm, with a blend of 19th- and 20th-century buildings, many decorated with woodcarvings and bright frescoes, and wide avenues dotted with public squares and parks.

Oslo is the least populous capital in Scandinavia. The city offers excellent theater, great cafés and quality
shopping.

Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity Arrive Depart
28/08/19 Copenhagen, Denmark 06:00 PM
29/08/19 At sea - -
30/08/19 Nynashamn, Sweden 07:00 AM 07:00 PM
31/08/19 Helsinki, Finland 10:00 AM 06:00 PM
01/09/19 St Petersburg, Russia 06:30 AM overnight
02/09/19 St Petersburg, Russia 06:00 PM
03/09/19 Tallinn, Estonia 08:00 AM 05:00 PM
04/09/19 At sea - -
05/09/19 Berlin (Warnemunde) 07:00 AM 09:00 PM
06/09/19 At sea - -
07/09/19 Oslo, Norway 07:00 AM 02:00 PM
08/09/19 Copenhagen, Denmark 05:00 AM
Itinerary may vary by sailing date and itineraries may be changed at the cruise lines discretion. Please check itinerary details at time of booking and before booking other travel services such as airline tickets.

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