Azamara Cruise – June 11, 2019
Tour capital cities of Northern Europe in summer, when the sun stays up late and sidewalk cafes are crowded with locals.
Start with a night in London, with easy access to pubs and restaurants, then head to Amsterdam for a quick change of pace. Next is an all-day sailing adventure on the Kiel Canal through the heartland of Germany.
Copenhagen is green, bike friendly and riding a wave of innovation in design, food and drink. Explore offbeat Vesterbro or the main shopping area of Strøget to get a taste.
A day at sea brings you to quirky and innovative Helsinki. Visit one of the market halls for an authentic taste of local culture, or take an architecture tour of Art Nouveau buildings.
Over three days in St. Petersburg you’ll have time to visit the great museums, summer palaces, glittering churches and grand monuments that make this city a must-see destination.
In Little Tallinn, capital of Estonia, you’ll find a beautiful medieval town center and many fine old churches including St. Olaf, the city’s largest medieval structure.
As you enter Stockholm through a beautiful archipelago, you may be asking, how soon can I come back?
This is a Cruise for a Cause trip and our charity for this trip is the Colorado Chapter National Hemophilia Foundation!
For every stateroom booked on this cruise, T.O.T.O. Vacation will donate $100 to the foundation, with additional funds possible as we reach new goals!
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Greenwich is a borough in London, England, on the banks of the River Thames. Known for its maritime history, it's home to the Cutty Sark, a restored 19th-century ship, the huge National Maritime Museum, and the classical buildings of the Old Royal Naval College. The modern O2 arena sits on a peninsula to the north. Overlooking peaceful Greenwich Park, the Royal Observatory is the site of the Greenwich meridian line.
Amsterdam is the Netherlands’ capital, known for its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses with gabled facades, legacies of the city’s 17th-century Golden Age. Its Museum District houses the Van Gogh Museum, works by Rembrandt and Vermeer at the Rijksmuseum, and modern art at the Stedelijk. Cycling is key to the city’s character, and there are numerous bike paths.
Kiel is a port city on Germany’s Baltic Sea coast. In the old town, the rebuilt, medieval St. Nikolai Church hosts classical concerts. Holstenstrasse and Dänische Strasse are streets lined with shops. Along the Kiel Fjord, the Maritime Museum displays model ships and nautical instruments in a former fish auction hall. Cruise ships dock at the Ostseekai Terminal in Germania Harbor.
Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, sits on the coastal islands of Zealand and Amager. It’s linked to Malmo in southern Sweden by the Öresund Bridge. Indre By, the city's historic center, contains Frederiksstaden, an 18th-century rococo district, home to the royal family’s Amalienborg Palace. Nearby is Christiansborg Palace and the Renaissance-era Rosenborg Castle, surrounded by gardens and home to the crown jewels.
Helsinki, Finland’s southern capital, sits on a peninsula in the Gulf of Finland. Its central avenue, Mannerheimintie, is flanked by institutions including the National Museum, tracing Finnish history from the Stone Age to the present. Also on Mannerheimintie are the imposing Parliament House and Kiasma, a contemporary art museum. Ornate red-brick Uspenski Cathedral overlooks a harbor.
St. Petersburg is a Russian port city on the Baltic Sea. It was the imperial capital for 2 centuries, having been founded in 1703 by Peter the Great, subject of the city's iconic “Bronze Horseman” statue. It remains Russia's cultural center, with venues such as the Mariinsky Theatre hosting opera and ballet, and the State Russian Museum showcasing Russian art, from Orthodox icon paintings to Kandinsky works.
Tallinn, Estonia’s capital on the Baltic Sea, is the country’s cultural hub. It retains its walled, cobblestoned Old Town, home to cafes and shops, as well as Kiek in de Kök, a 15th-century defensive tower. Its Gothic Town Hall, built in the 13th century and with a 64m-high tower, sits in historic Tallinn’s main square. St. Nicholas Church is a 13th-century landmark exhibiting ecclesiastical art.
Stockholm, the capital of Sweden, encompasses 14 islands and more than 50 bridges on an extensive Baltic Sea archipelago. The cobblestone streets and ochre-colored buildings of Gamla Stan (the old town) are home to the 13th-century Storkyrkan Cathedral, the Kungliga Slottet Royal Palace and the Nobel Museum, which focuses on the Nobel Prize. Ferries and sightseeing boats shuttle passengers between the islands.
Starting at $3899 /per person
- Club Interior Stateroom:
- Standard Amenities
- UPGRADE to Club Oceanview: +$500
- UPGRADE to Club Veranda: +$1700
- UPGRADE to Club Continent Suite: +$3100
- UPGRADE to Club Spa Suite: +$4700
- UPGRADE to Club Ocean Suite: +$5000
- UPGRADE to Club World Owner Suite:+6000
- Listed price listed does not include airfare
- Pre-Cruise Hotel stay or extended tour options
- Post-Cruise Hotel stay or extended tour options
INCLUSIVES FOR ALL GUESTS:
- Complimentary AzAmazing Evenings event
- Select standard spirits, international beers and wines
- Bottled water, soft drinks, specialty coffees and teas
- Self-service laundry
- Shuttle service to and from port communities, where available
- Concierge services for personal guidance and reservations