Duration: August 1, 2019 - August 17, 2019

Explore the wonders of Northern Europe on this 15-day cruise. Before departing Le Havre, take the train to central Paris to see the Mona Lisa in the Louvre and stroll the magnificent Champs-Élysées. Visit one of Amsterdam’s superb museums featuring many of the Dutch Masters’ most outstanding works, or learn about Anne Frank and the city’s Jewish heritage. In Riga, known as the “Paris of the Baltics,” step inside St. Mary’s Dome Cathedral, renowned for its stained glass windows and massive 19th century organ with more than 6,500 pipes. And enjoy an overnight in St. Petersburg, giving you more time to take in vivid onion domes atop churches and opulent palaces of tsars.

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London, ENGLAND                    Embark
Le Havre/Paris, FRANCE           7 am 7 pm
Brussels/Bruges, BELGIUM       10 am 8 pm
Amsterdam, HOLLAND               8 am 7 pm
Day at Sea                                    — —
Copenhagen, DENMARK             7 am 6 pm
Warnemunde/Berlin, GERMANY  7 am 9 pm
Day at Sea                                    — —
Klaipeda, LITHUANIA                   8 am 5 pm
Gdynia/Gdansk, POLAND            8 am 4 pm
Riga, LATVIA                                Noon 7 pm
Tallinn, ESTONIA                         11 am 6 pm
St. Petersburg, RUSSIA               7 am Overnight
St. Petersburg, RUSSIA               — 7 pm
Helsinki, FINLAND                       8 am 5 pm
Stockholm, SWEDEN                   Disembark
Depart for CANADA

LONDON/SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND – Embark the Norwegian Spirit and begin your 16-day cruise adventure.

LE HAVRE (PARIS), FRANCE – Hop on a tour bus to the City of Light to experience the magic of Paris. Stroll down the Champs-Elysées as you nibble on a croissant. Take photos of beautiful Paris from the top of the Eiffel Tower. Notre-Dame, the Louvre, Montmartre and all the other iconic places of Paris lie 120 miles up the Seine from the port of Le Havre. Or explore the charms of Le Havre, spend the day at Monet’s Giverny or explore Rouen’s Old Market Place, where Joan of Arc was burned in 1431.

BRUSSELS / BRUGES (ZEEBRUGGE), BELGIUM – The ultimate European city, Brussels has tons of museums, fountains, gardens and great shopping. Stroll the Old Town area to see St. Hubert Arcades and its shops, as well as Butchers’ Street with its plethora of restaurants and cafes and the Grand Place with its Baroque guild houses.

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS – Affectionately known as the “Venice of the North,” Amsterdam is actually situated below sea level and built entirely on stakes driven into the ground. The Anne Frank House, The Hague and a Delft Blue Pottery Factory are but a few of the sights that await your arrival.

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – The capital of Denmark, Copenhagen, is filled with canals, cobbled squares and copper spires. But don’t let the historic appearance fool you. This is also Scandinavia’s most cosmopolitan city. Certainly you can relive medieval times in The Latin Quarter, but you can also enjoy some of Europe’s finest shopping, museums, cafes and night life prior to your cruise around the Baltics.

BERLIN (WARNEMUNDE), GERMANY – It’s been more than two decades since the walls came down and Berlin became unified in many ways, including the pursuit of joy. Germany’s capital city is a city that balances cosmopolitan chic with a liberal undercurrent of creativity and cool. Famous landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag fascinate. The elegant Bavarian Quarter amazes.

KLAIPEDA, LITHUANIA – Lithuania’s third largest city, Klaipeda has been in and out of the hands of the Russians, Swedes and Germans. Marvel at the impressive, and verbosely christened, St. Mergelės Marijos Taikos Karalienės Church tower and walk through Anika Square. Head to the pristine Baltic waters lapping at the broad sands of Smiltynė Beach. Or duck into the Clock Museum or Castle Museum.

GDYNIA, POLAND – Stroll the beautiful waterfront of Gdynia before heading to nearby Gdansk, the largest city in northern Poland. For a taste of local life, walk along bustling Long Market lined with delicious cafes and unique boutiques. Explore the sites of historic Old Town, which was restored after being destroyed in World War II. Tour St. Mary’s Church – one of the world’s largest brick cathedrals – or visit the Maritime Museum for a glimpse into the past of this ancient port city.

RIGA, LATVIA – Once called the “Paris of the Baltics,” Riga has regained its status as a cosmopolitan capital with dozens of museums and arguably Europe’s most exceptional Art Nouveau architecture. Founded in 1201, Riga boasts a magnificent Old Town called “Vecriga.”

TALLINN, ESTONIA – The capital of Estonia impresses cruise guests with its mix of medieval houses and very modern boutiques and café culture. Journey inside the ancient walls of Old Town to explore stunning Medieval landmarks like Toompea Castle and a 15th Century apothecary shop. Move up a couple centuries to experience Tsar Peter I’s Kadriorg Palace, filled with art and surrounded by sculpted gardens and peaceful woodlands.

ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA – Founded by the Russian Tsar, Peter the Great, St. Petersburg has for centuries been the cultural centre of Russia, with its spectacular architecture, Tchaikovsky operas and the famous Kirov ballet. It has undergone many changes over the decades, but “The Venice of the North” remains a dazzling cruise destination, a Russian city with a European flair, a city with more than 200 museums, and one of the largest English gardens in Europe!

HELSINKI, FINLAND – Welcome to Scandinavia’s “White City of the North,” a city defined more by its people and Art Nouveau architecture than its chilly climate (from October to April). Helsinki is a classic sea-city, with a dramatic coastline coloured by bays and inlets. The city keeps its historical roots intact.

OSLO, NORWAY – Imagine sailing on the incredible Viking long ships in the Viking Ship Museum. Picture perfect, the oldest Scandinavian city sits at the head of a 60-mile fjord framed by lakes, woods, moors. Views forever, visit the cliff-dwelling Akershus Castle, originally built in 1300.

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN – Laced by an ingenious network of waterways and bridges strung between a freshwater lake and the sea, Stockholm is easily seen on foot or by waterway cruise. Its gabled old townhouses peer over cobblestone streets, while its magnificent 17th-century palace sits watching over the harbour.


DOUBLE Occupancy Fares:                                                 SINGLE Occupancy Fares:
INSIDE – Category IB   $5,795                                                 INSIDE – Category IB         $8,895
OUTSIDE – Cat. OB     $6,595                                                OUTSIDE – Category OB    $10,395
BALCONY – Cat. BB    $7,895                                                BALCONY – Category BB   $12,895
BALCONY – Cat. BA    $7,995


All prices are in Canadian dollars, per person and include:
 Airfare from TORONTO, for departures from OTTAWA please add $200 per person, other gateways on request.
16-Day cruise aboard Norwegian SPIRIT.
Your shipboard gratuities/service charges.
All your meals, activities and entertainment.
Transfers airport/pier/airport with our flights.
Unlimited beverage package during your cruise.
All port taxes/fees and surcharges.

Deposit of $1,000 per person is due to secure your booking final payment is due 125 days prior to departure.
All above fares are subject to change without notice. Shore excursions are not included.

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