SCANDINAVIAN TAPESTRY

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Itinerary & Ports

Scandinavian Tapestry

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Jul 2 Sun
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Jul 8 Sat
6:00 PM
Jul 3 Mon
At Sea
Jul 4 Tue
8:00 AM
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Jul 5 Wed
8:00 AM
6:00 PM
Jul 6 Thu
9:00 AM
4:00 PM
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12:00 PM
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7:00 AM
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At Sea
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8:00 AM
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Jul 12 Wed
9:00 AM
SUN JUL 2
TO 6:00 PM Edinburgh

day 1 Edinburgh, Scotland


Edinburgh, Scotland
The culturally and historically rich capital city of Scotland, Edinburgh is bounded by the Firth of Forth and the Pentland Hills. There is something for every interest, and sites and activities too numerous to mention. Some of the most popular attractions include The National Museum of Scotland, with over 20,000 exhibits spread over 36 galleries, the Museum of Childhood, full of toys and objects both past and present, Dynamic Earth, the only place in Scotland where you can travel through time and around the planet, and Edinburgh Castle, sitting majestically at the top of the Royal Mile, where a gun has been fired daily at 1 p.m. since 1861. The best preserved castle in Edinburgh is the Craigmillar Castle, built around 1400. Dirleton Castle boasts gardens first cultivated in the 16th century and featured in the "Guinness Book of Records" as the world’s longest herbaceous border. Featured in Dan Brown’s novel, "The Da Vinci Code," Rosslyn Chapel, founded in 1446, is both mysterious and beautiful. The National Galleries of Scotland showcases 65,000 art objects from Rembrandt to Picasso. The Royal Botanic Gardens, founded in 1670, offer 72 tranquil acres of what is considered one of the finest gardens in the world. The award-winning Scottish Seabird Centre features a range of state-of-the-art cameras to view the lives of the many seabirds in the area. Walkers will want to tour the Real Mary King’s Close, a world-class attraction of underground streets where people lived between the 17th and 19th centuries and Old Town, with many preserved medieval and Reformation-era buildings. Amazing panoramic views all across the city are found at Scott Monument, the 200-foot-high Victorian Gothic monument in honor of Sir Walter Scott.
SAT JUL 8
TO 6:00 PM Copenhagen

day 1 Copenhagen, Denmark


Copenhagen, Denmark
The city itself seems made from a fairy tale – palaces, canals, and copper spires set the mood as you amble through its cobbled streets. From the beloved Little Mermaid to the magnificent Christianborg Palace, this is a city of beautiful contrasts. Take advantage of our overnight stay to enjoy Copenhagen’s open-air theaters and charming cafés. Treat yourself to a stunning bicycle ride through Dyrehaven Park – or pedal through meadows of grazing deer and world-famous Tivoli Gardens.
TUE JUL 4
8:00 AM TO 1:00 PM Kristiansand

day 3 Kristiansand, Norway


Kristiansand, Norway
Until recently, this beautiful hamlet was Norway’s secret, keeping its picturesque white-painted houses and sheltered coves tucked away and quietly hidden. It is best discovered by small ship, giving you access to the town with its lush green forests and majestic inlets. 
 
WED JUL 5
8:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Oslo

day 4 Oslo, Norway


Oslo, Norway
Step off the ship into the center of Norway’s sparkling capital, just a short walk from the Nobel Peace Center, Radhuset (City Hall), and Aker Brygge (the colorful waterfront). Explore Viking history at the Viking Ship Museum or look up Edvard Munch’s The Scream at the National Gallery.
THU JUL 6
9:00 AM TO 4:00 PM Skagen

day 5 Skagen, Denmark


Skagen, Denmark
Yellow and red houses, windswept beaches, a unique light that has drawn artists for centuries … this town at the juncture of the North Sea and Baltic is the apple of Denmark’s eye. Visit the Buried Church, shop for handmade white lace, explore Skagen’s maritime history at the open air museum, or learn about the shifting sands at the nature center.
FRI JUL 7
12:00 PM TO Copenhagen

day 6 Copenhagen, Denmark


Copenhagen, Denmark
The city itself seems made from a fairy tale – palaces, canals, and copper spires set the mood as you amble through its cobbled streets. From the beloved Little Mermaid to the magnificent Christianborg Palace, this is a city of beautiful contrasts. Take advantage of our overnight stay to enjoy Copenhagen’s open-air theaters and charming cafés. Treat yourself to a stunning bicycle ride through Dyrehaven Park – or pedal through meadows of grazing deer and world-famous Tivoli Gardens.
SUN JUL 9
7:00 AM TO 10:00 PM Warnemünde (Berlin)

day 8 Warnemünde (Berlin), Germany


Warnemünde (Berlin), Germany
This beautiful Baltic resort is known for its long, wide expanse of startlingly white beach. Explore the unique mix of Gothic and Baroque architecture, and stroll the beach promenade. Or delve into World War II history with an optional tour in Berlin with famous landmarks like Checkpoint Charlie and the Berlin Wall and a UNESCO site like Museumsinsel.
TUE JUL 11
8:00 AM TO 6:00 PM Visby

day 10 Visby, Sweden


Visby, Sweden
In this “Pearl of the Baltic Sea,” discover what life may have been like in 13th century Europe, stepping into your own time machine as you explore the ruins and ancient buildings. The 500-year-old cathedral alone seems to make time stand still. The town’s architectural integrity earned its listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
WED JUL 12
9:00 AM TO Stockholm

day 11 Stockholm, Sweden


Stockholm, Sweden
Experience your own private Stockholm as you explore the interlacing canals and 14 tiny islands that surround this magical city. Renowned for its progressive nature, Stockholm offers avant-garde design, and trendy fashions. Visit the UNESCO sites of Frottningholm and Skogskykogarden, and the Södermalm neighborhood to discover charming old homes and picturesque main streets lined with unique shops, art galleries, and entertaining nightclubs.

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