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Norse Meets South - Copenhagen To Le Havre Cruise

  • Departure DateTue 18th Jul 2023
  • Crystal Cruises Crystal Symphony
  • 10 Night Cruise From Copenhagen
  • Cruise Only From £3,639 pp

Itinerary

  • Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Travemunde
  • Malmo
  • Skagen
  • Amsterdam
  • Antwerp
  • Dover, UK
  • Paris

What's Included

  • Ultra-luxury accommodation in stylish staterooms
  • All gratuities for dining room and wait staff
  • Dining in each speciality restaurant once per cruise
  • Complimentary select fine wines, premium spirits & champagnes
  • Complimentary bottled water, custom coffees, soft drinks and juices
  • 24-hour In-suite Dining
  • 60 minutes complimentary Wi-Fi and internet per person, per day
  • Butler-serviced suites and penthouses
  • Additional amenities for Suite guests including packing and unpacking, complimentary pressing, shoeshine, dinner reservations, salon and spa appointments, and arranging cocktail parties
  • Shuttle service to and from port communities, where available
  • Streamlined sales and booking processes; reduced deposits, admin fees and relaxed schedules for Early Payment Savings and cancellations
  • ABTA & ATOL Protection
  • All Port Taxes & Fees

Prices from pp

TypeInteriorOcean ViewBalconySuite
Cruise Only
Call
£3,639
£4,639
£6,879

Cruise Only - price based on cruise only, call to add flights from your regional airport.
Voyage Code: OCS230718-10

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Day 1 - Copenhagen, Denmark

Arrive: Tue 18 July 2023 / Depart: Tue 18 July 2023 at 22:00

Immerse yourself in the vitality of this delightful capital city of the world’s oldest kingdom as you explore its expansive parks and plazas and a treasure trove of historic galleries and buildings. Discover its exquisite combination of Scandinavian elegance and European joie de vivre. Visitors traveling outside the city enter an altogether different world; one where stately castles are found nestled in the gentle, emerald-green Danish countryside.

Day 2 - Travemunde

Arrive: Wed 19 July 2023 at 08:00 / Depart: Wed 19 July 2023 at 19:00

Not far from Travemünde, lies the UNESCO-listed Hanseatic City of Lübeck. A rich history spanning nearly a millennium has had a significant impact in the layout and landmarks of this treasure-trove of Gothic architecture. Lübeck served as the administrative capital of the Hanseatic League, a confederation of merchant guilds and market towns united for protection and trade. It remains an important Baltic harbor, and is affectionately known today as the “capital of Marzipan.”

Day 3 - Malmo

Arrive: Thu 20 July 2023 at 08:00 / Depart: Thu 20 July 2023 at 18:00

Aperfect blend of old-world charm – cobblestone streets line the Gamla Staden (Old Town), and ultra-modern style – the Turning Torso was the world’s first ‘twisted’ skyscraper, this coastal city in southern Sweden is still tethered to its long history with Denmark by the striking Öresund Bridge connecting Malmö to Copenhagen. The 16th-century Malmö Castle built by King Christian III of Denmark houses nature, history and art exhibits. More than 150 nationalities call Malmö home.

Day 4 - Skagen

Arrive: Fri 21 July 2023 at 08:00 / Depart: Fri 21 July 2023 at 14:00

Chartered as a fishing village on the Jutland Peninsula in 1413, Denmark’s northernmost city is now a seaside resort with wonderful beaches and world-renowned sand dunes, and home to excellent museums and galleries. Visit the Old Skagen Church – once the area’s largest with much now buried below the dunes (only one of its towers is visible) – and explore Råbjerg Mile, norther Europe’s largest migrating coastal sand dune. The town shares its namesake with well-known Danish watchmaker, Skagen.

Day 5 - North Sea Cruising

Day 5 - Amsterdam

Arrive: Sat 22 July 2023

Everyone has an image of Amsterdam. For some, it’s small boats gliding on the canals and locals two-wheeling on bikes to work and, as frequently, to meet friends for drinks. For others, it’s gabled buildings leaning, seemingly precariously, over cobbled streets and cozy taverns illuminated by candles. Still others imagine tulips in bloom and the paintings Vermeer, Van Gogh and Rembrandt. Each vision is even more beguiling when experienced in person.

Day 6 - Amsterdam

Depart: Sun 23 July 2023

Everyone has an image of Amsterdam. For some, it’s small boats gliding on the canals and locals two-wheeling on bikes to work and, as frequently, to meet friends for drinks. For others, it’s gabled buildings leaning, seemingly precariously, over cobbled streets and cozy taverns illuminated by candles. Still others imagine tulips in bloom and the paintings Vermeer, Van Gogh and Rembrandt. Each vision is even more beguiling when experienced in person.

Day 6 - North Sea Cruising

Day 7 - Cruise River Scheldt & Westerschelde

Day 7 - Antwerp

Arrive: Mon 24 July 2023 at 08:00

What Milan is to Italy, Antwerp is to Belgium, a historic city that is on-trend with a finger on the pulse of fashion, art and entertainment. A dynamic energy fills Antwerp’s old squares, gorgeous with cobbled centers and edged, like a cake with decorative icing, by ornate buildings. High-reaching church towers and fountains with cherubic sculptures add to the feeling of antiquity, while the port - the largest in Belgium and one of the largest in the world - brings a sense of purpose and prosperity. Surely, you associate Antwerp with diamonds. More than 70 percent of all diamonds are traded through this sparkling city, one that also shines under the light of celebrated painter Peter Paul Rubens, who lived and worked in an Italianate city manse, now a museum.

Day 8 - Antwerp

Depart: Tue 25 July 2023 at 16:00

What Milan is to Italy, Antwerp is to Belgium, a historic city that is on-trend with a finger on the pulse of fashion, art and entertainment. A dynamic energy fills Antwerp’s old squares, gorgeous with cobbled centers and edged, like a cake with decorative icing, by ornate buildings. High-reaching church towers and fountains with cherubic sculptures add to the feeling of antiquity, while the port - the largest in Belgium and one of the largest in the world - brings a sense of purpose and prosperity. Surely, you associate Antwerp with diamonds. More than 70 percent of all diamonds are traded through this sparkling city, one that also shines under the light of celebrated painter Peter Paul Rubens, who lived and worked in an Italianate city manse, now a museum.

Day 8 - Cruise River Scheldt & Westerschelde

Day 9 - Dover, UK

Arrive: Wed 26 July 2023 at 08:00 / Depart: Wed 26 July 2023 at 20:00

For centuries, Dover has been a symbol of England's royal fortitude. The port's legendary White Cliffs have long been a welcomed landmark for seafaring travelers. The solid Dover Castle has faced invasions by Roman, French and even English troops. London's legendary sights, including Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Parliament Square, Whitehall and the fashionable West End, lie just 80 miles from historic Dover.

Day 10 - Paris

Arrive: Thu 27 July 2023 at 07:00

With a name that literally means, "the Harbor," Le Havre is indeed a city that grew out of a need for a working port. In the early 16th century, the harbor at Honfleur was silting up, rendering the port less and less usable. King Francois I had a solution: establish another harbor on the right bank of the Seine estuary, just 15 miles from Honfleur. So it came to pass that in 1517, Le Havre was built. Though it always had a military function, Le Havre flourished essentially as a commercial port, receiving cotton, tobacco and sugar from America and distributing the goods throughout France. But its military role was expanded in the 17th century when the harbor was converted to a naval base. In WWII, Le Havre was pressed into even greater military service as it became a stronghold on the continent. The city you see today is mostly post-war construction-much of Le Havre was destroyed during the war. Its reconstruction was overseen by architect Auguste Perret. Its commercial rebirth was spurred by the bustling port activity that began in the 1960s, and continues today.

Day 11 - Paris

Depart: Fri 28 July 2023

With a name that literally means, "the Harbor," Le Havre is indeed a city that grew out of a need for a working port. In the early 16th century, the harbor at Honfleur was silting up, rendering the port less and less usable. King Francois I had a solution: establish another harbor on the right bank of the Seine estuary, just 15 miles from Honfleur. So it came to pass that in 1517, Le Havre was built. Though it always had a military function, Le Havre flourished essentially as a commercial port, receiving cotton, tobacco and sugar from America and distributing the goods throughout France. But its military role was expanded in the 17th century when the harbor was converted to a naval base. In WWII, Le Havre was pressed into even greater military service as it became a stronghold on the continent. The city you see today is mostly post-war construction-much of Le Havre was destroyed during the war. Its reconstruction was overseen by architect Auguste Perret. Its commercial rebirth was spurred by the bustling port activity that began in the 1960s, and continues today.

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