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 Scandanavia’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 nightlife prior to your cruise around the Baltics.
The Canals of Slotholmen and Christianshavn Get the best views of the entire city, as well as an up close look at the famous Little Mermaid statue.
Tivoli This Copenhagen fairy-tale world theme park opened on August 15th, 1843. Here, you’ll find pulse-pounding rides (and gentler ones), Pantomime Theater.
King’s New Square Once a semi-seedy destination for sailors, this area has been transformed into a popular waterfront attraction with charming spots to wine, dine and even skate.
Norrebro This is a destination for gourmets and fashionistas alike. You’ll find a diverse mix of people, and some really outstanding spots to sample creative cuisine, in this trendy neighborhood in Copenhagen.
Statens Museum for Kunst Denmark’s national gallery features a diverse collection of international sculptures, paintings and more. Artists represented here include Rembrandt, Picasso.
Ports of Call:
Miami; Ponta Delgada, Azores; London (Dover), England; Helsingborg, Sweden; Copenhagen, Denmark; Berlin (Warnemuende), Germany; Tallinn, Estonia; St. Petersburg, Russia; Helsinki, Finland; Stockholm