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Hidden Baltic Treasures
Astoria Cruise & Maritime Voyages 27 September 2020 12 Nights
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Book Cruises from Hull at Cruise Direct. A cruise from Hull is the perfect choice for anyone wanting to explore northern Europe, but you can also choose to tour the UK coastline from this easily accessible port. You can cruise from Hull using a range of leading providers including Cruise & Maritime, who sail to Germany, Scandinavia, Russia, Scotland and Ireland. Hull is well connected to the main road and rail links so a cruise from Hull easy to get to from most UK locations, and the port is one of the UK’s busiest. Anyone leaving on a cruise from Hull can take advantage of the plentiful parking and excellent facilities before boarding. By Rail: Take the train to Hull Paragon Railway Station, which is well connected to most UK cities. From there a regular bus service is available to take you to the dock. By Car: Drive the city centre and follow the clearly marked sign posts for King George Dock & Ferries to reach your cruise from Hull.
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Kalundborg lies sheltered in a fjord of the same name in northwestern Zealand, Denmark. The town is well known for its ancient past and was often a royal capital in the Middle Ages. Its castle was a frequent meeting place for the national assembly and in later times became a state prison. Other sights in the city include the Vor Frue Kirke (1170) with five towers and a historical museum. Kalundborg is only an hour’s drive outside Copenhagen where you may discover sights including: the grandeur of the Amalienborg Palace, the famous Tivoli Gardens and Den Lille Havfrue – the Little Mermaid.
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Inseparable from its modern history, Berlin decidedly features it. In the former Soviet/American/British sectors are the Berlin Cathedral, Checkpoint Charlie, Unter den Linden Boulevard and the stunning Brandenburg Gate. In the Western sector, browse the lively Kurfurstendamm for snazzy clothing stores, delicate hand-painted porcelain and a snack of beer and bratwurst.
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Enjoy the lovely countryside beyond the towered walls and take in the view of this former Hanseatic League town before exploring its narrow, winding lanes, marvelous ruined medieval churches and impressive St. Mary's Cathedral. Or visit an intriguing Bronze Age burial in the midst of farmland and take in the cliff-top view of the precipitous coastline.
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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." Riga Castle, the residence of Latvia's president, was built on the site of the original settlement next to the Daugava River. St. Mary's Dome Cathedral is renowned for its stained glass windows and massive 19th century organ comprised of more than 6,500 pipes. Outside the city limits, traditional Latvian life is on display in outdoor exhibits at the Open Air Ethnographic Museum.
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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. Mergeles Marijos Taikos Karalienes Church tower and walk through Anika Square. Head to the pristine Baltic waters lapping at the broad sands of Smiltyne Beach. Or duck into the Clock Museum or Castle Museum
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Enjoy the old medieval quarter of this Baltic jewel and see the lovely Golden Gate, the astonishing 15th century Artus Court, beautiful St. Mary's Church and Oliwa Cathedral, renowned for its three pipe organs. Then see Solidarity Monument Square and the famous shipyard where workers rallied against the communist government. Or drive into the countryside and see the fascinating 13th century Malbork Castle, once home to Polish kings.
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Book Cruises from Hull at Cruise Direct. A cruise from Hull is the perfect choice for anyone wanting to explore northern Europe, but you can also choose to tour the UK coastline from this easily accessible port. You can cruise from Hull using a range of leading providers including Cruise & Maritime, who sail to Germany, Scandinavia, Russia, Scotland and Ireland. Hull is well connected to the main road and rail links so a cruise from Hull easy to get to from most UK locations, and the port is one of the UK’s busiest. Anyone leaving on a cruise from Hull can take advantage of the plentiful parking and excellent facilities before boarding. By Rail: Take the train to Hull Paragon Railway Station, which is well connected to most UK cities. From there a regular bus service is available to take you to the dock. By Car: Drive the city centre and follow the clearly marked sign posts for King George Dock & Ferries to reach your cruise from Hull.
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