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    Go Local - Matryoshka Painting Master Class

    Sankt Petersburg, Russland

    Dauer 3 1/2 Stunden

    Learn to paint your own version of Matryoshka nesting dolls in a hands-on class and then enjoy a traditional Russian tea party with ice cream at a downtown café. ...
    Learn to paint your own version of Matryoshka nesting dolls in a hands-on class and then enjoy a traditional Russian tea party with ice cream at a downtown café. mehr ...

    Learn to paint your own version of Matryoshka nesting dolls in a hands-on class and then enjoy a traditional Russian tea party with ice cream at a downtown café. The wooden dolls have been wildly popular since 1900, when they won the bronze medal in the World Exposition in Paris. A set of these iconic Russian souvenirs typically contains seven dolls of decreasing size, each one identically painted and nesting inside another. Each folk-art doll depicts a young peasant woman bundled up, her head covered with a babushka. Matryoshka means “little matron,” and the dolls are said to represent motherhood and family. An art expert will offer guidance as you paint your own set of dolls in the hands-on class. Feel free to paint your dolls to look traditional or take a more creative approach. When finished painting your Matryoshka nesting dolls, the set will be your souvenir to take home.


    HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Paint a set of Matryoshka nesting dolls however your see fit and take them home.
    • Discover how these iconic Russian dolls first became popular and what they represent.
    • Toast your creativity by indulging in a traditional tea party with ice cream.

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    • Kinder ab: 137,57 EUR
    DAUER 3 1/2 Stunden
    AKTIVITÄTSSTUFE 2
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    Go Local - The Two of Scotland's Best in Edinburgh

    Edinburgh (Newhaven), Schottland

    Dauer 2 3/4 Stunden

    Experience the joys of two iconic Scottish activities: drinking a wee dram of whisky and playing the bagpipes. ...
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    Experience the joys of two iconic Scottish activities: drinking a wee dram of whisky and playing the bagpipes.

    After departing from the pier, you will soon arrive at a downtown venue for a whisky tasting. The Scotch Malt Whisky Society will host the event, in which the whiskies will be served at cask strength. That means the drams will not have been subjected to chill filtration or any other interference that would alter their tastes.


    You will be served three drams, a dram being an eighth of a fluid ounce. The tasting will reveal the remarkable variety within the distillation processes and present the complexities that the different oak casks and aging times impart.


    Before each dram is sampled, one of the society’s members will describe the whisky’s characteristics. Some whiskies might taste spicy and dry while others may be heavily peated with strong smoky flavors. The experience will be enlightening and entertaining.


    Your immersion into the world of bagpipes will be just as fulfilling. Louise Marshall, one of Scotland’s most renowned pipers, will lead your workshop. She has played for Queen Elizabeth II and Pope Benedict XVI, and her instruction will be based on years of experience.


    Marshall will teach you basic chanter techniques, show you how bagpipes work and describe the instrument’s history. If you wish to look the part, Scottish attire such as kilts, sporrans and feather bonnets will be available.

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    • Erwachsene ab: 198,13 EUR
    • Kinder ab: 198,13 EUR
    DAUER 2 3/4 Stunden
    AKTIVITÄTSSTUFE 1
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    Go Local - Undiscovered Edinburgh

    Edinburgh (Newhaven), Schottland

    Dauer 4 Stunden

    Explore parts of Edinburgh that are often overlooked but shouldn’t be, as these revitalized areas have become thriving destinations. ...
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    Explore parts of Edinburgh that are often overlooked but shouldn’t be, as these revitalized areas have become thriving destinations.


    After departing from the pier, you will soon reach Dean Village, a historical area of Edinburgh where grains were milled for 800 years. Once a separate village where many mill workers lived, it still seems vastly different from busier Edinburgh.


    Highlights include a 19th-century residential building for the mill workers known as Well Court and Dean Bridge, which spans the Water of Leith. Thomas Telford, the engineer behind the ingenious Caledonian Canal, designed the bridge. While meandering about, you might also see decorative mill stones and stone plaques with carvings of baked breads and pies, a nod to the grains used to make them.


    Continuing on, you will next explore Stockbridge, a village on the north edge of Edinburgh that is wonderfully bohemian and artsy. Landmarks include the Roman temple-inspired St. Bernard’s Well, whose waters supposedly have medicinal qualities, and the Stockbridge Colonies, a cluster of 19th-century stone homes that is really a village within a village.


    A leisurely walk to Leith follows. A port for more than 1,000 years, Leith has been thoughtfully renovated and revitalized, yet its historical character has remained intact. During the guided portion of your visit, you might see what was once the largest swing bridge in the United Kingdom, a 17th-century signal tower that was originally a windmill, and the statue of Roberts Burns. During free time, you can explore even further.

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    • Erwachsene ab: 137,57 EUR
    • Kinder ab: 137,57 EUR
    DAUER 4 Stunden
    AKTIVITÄTSSTUFE 2
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    GL-Traditional Irish Bread Making

    Belfast, Nordirland

    Dauer 4 Stunden

    Watch a renowned baker prepare traditional Irish soda bread in her 18th-century home and participate in the fun, if you like. ...
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    Watch a renowned baker prepare traditional Irish soda bread in her 18th-century home and participate in the fun, if you like.


    After departing from the pier, you will settle in for a spectacularly scenic drive towards Strangford Lough, a large inland sea that is one of the most naturally beautiful areas in County Down. Here, on the banks of the lough, you will stop at an 18th-century thatched-roof farmhouse that is Tracey Jeffery’s home.


    Jeffery is a patissier whose passion is making bread. During your visit, Jeffrey and a local baker will show you how to prepare and bake Irish soda bread. You will be welcome to put on an apron and join in or simply watch while enjoying a cup of tea.


    Although the Irish didn’t invent soda bread, it has become synonymous with Ireland and Northern Ireland. The oldest reference to a soda bread recipe was published in 1836 in County Down, so it is only natural that you will learn to make soda bread right here.


    The ingredients are simple: flour, baking soda, buttermilk and salt. The preferred flour is soft wheat, also known as cake flour. Even though there aren’t many ingredients, recipes vary depending on the amount of each ingredient. There are gluten-free varieties and soda breads that are grilled in iron skillets instead of baked.


    Soda bread doesn’t last long and families typically bake fresh loaves every few days. Jeffery’s bread won’t last long either, as you will be given delicious samples to taste.

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    • Erwachsene ab: 215,44 EUR
    • Kinder ab: 215,44 EUR
    DAUER 4 Stunden
    AKTIVITÄTSSTUFE 1
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    Go Local - Stockholm Through the Eyes of a Local

    Stockholm, Schweden

    Dauer 5 Stunden

    Ride the metro through Stockholm with the local commuters and become immersed in the culture by participating in typical daily activities. ...
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    Ride the metro through Stockholm with the local commuters and become immersed in the culture by participating in typical daily activities. Upon arriving in the T-Centralen station, the main hub of Stockholm’s subway, you will notice that the walls have been painted with stylized flowers and striking leaf creepers. Artists have enhanced more than a dozen stations, making the metro the world’s longest art exhibition. This original artwork is meant to create a calming atmosphere, and it does. Continuing on, you will see that the Stadion station, one of the first cave stations, is painted with a bright rainbow to remind travelers that the sky is close by. From there, you will walk to Östermalmshallen for a snack at the beautiful 19th-century market hall. One more ride on the metro will bring you to Södermalm, perhaps the most bohemian neighborhood in Stockholm. A visit to a supermarket will present yet another glimpse into local life.


    HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Ride the subway through Stockholm for a genuine idea of what it’s like to live there.
    • See how local artists have painted the subway stations to enhance their beauty.
    • Mingle with the locals in a bohemian neighborhood and at a typical supermarket.

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    • Erwachsene ab: 198,13 EUR
    • Kinder ab: 172,18 EUR
    DAUER 5 Stunden
    AKTIVITÄTSSTUFE 2
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    GL- Belfast Food Trail

    Belfast, Nordirland

    Dauer 4 Stunden

    Gain a greater understanding of Northern Ireland and its culture by following a foodie guide through Belfast, pausing every so often to sample classic dishes and delicacies. ...
    Gain a greater understanding of Northern Ireland and its culture by following a foodie guide through Belfast, pausing every so often to sample classic dishes and delicacies. mehr ...

    Gain a greater understanding of Northern Ireland and its culture by following a foodie guide through Belfast, pausing every so often to sample classic dishes and delicacies.


    After departing from the pier, you will soon reach the heart of Belfast, where you will commence a walking tour, accompanied by a local food enthusiast. The exact locations to be visited will be determined the day of the excursion, but they will definitely be establishments that best represent the cuisine of Northern Ireland. These will be the markets, restaurants and cafés that the locals frequent, rather than those typically found in guide books.


    You may well start at St. George’s Market, the oldest covered market on the entire island of Ireland. While browsing the stalls and soaking up the atmosphere, you will sample delicacies that are distinctly Irish. You may be offered a chunk of fried eel or a bite of Belfast bap, a hearty sandwich typically loaded with Irish bacon, scrambled eggs and cheddar cheese.


    Continuing on to other foodie locales, you might try a few spoonfuls of colcannon, a mixture of mashed potatoes, cabbage, cream and butter. Of course, potatoes appear in all sorts of classic dishes such as Irish stew, Ulster fry and boxty, a tasty potato pancake.


    Other Irish staples that you may sample include fluffy soda bread and wheaten farls. The latter is a griddle cake that is served in quarters known as farls.

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    • Erwachsene ab: 241,39 EUR
    • Kinder ab: 241,39 EUR
    DAUER 4 Stunden
    AKTIVITÄTSSTUFE 2
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    Go Local - Behind the Scenes of Mariinsky Theatre

    Sankt Petersburg, Russland

    Dauer 4 Stunden

    Follow the curator of the legendary Mariinsky Theatre on a private behind-the-scenes tour and then linger over a cup of tea with a ballerina as she shares stories of her life as a dancer. ...
    Follow the curator of the legendary Mariinsky Theatre on a private behind-the-scenes tour and then linger over a cup of tea with a ballerina as she shares stories of her life as a dancer. mehr ...

    Follow the curator of the legendary Mariinsky Theatre on a private behind-the-scenes tour and then linger over a cup of tea with a ballerina as she shares stories of her life as a dancer. The neoclassical theatre can trace its history back to 1783. It is masterfully designed and surprisingly large, as it has been renovated repeatedly and added onto over the centuries. The curator will lead you into areas that are typically off limits to the general public. Depending on the day, your insider’s tour could reveal the inner workings of the stage, the grandeur of the royal box and the costume storage rooms. You may also hear intriguing details about the lives of the most famous dancers and singers that have performed there. Afterwards, you will meet a ballerina in a nearby restaurant. She will openly share her personal life story, and you are welcome to ask questions about her experiences on and off the stage.


    HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Take an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the Mariinsky Theatre with the curator.
    • Learn the inner workings of the theatre and details about the lives of its famous dancers.
    • Meet a ballerina for a cup of tea and to hear about her experiences on and off the stage.

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    • Erwachsene ab: 172,18 EUR
    • Kinder ab: 172,18 EUR
    DAUER 4 Stunden
    AKTIVITÄTSSTUFE 2
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    Life & Culture of Isafjordur

    Isafjördur, Island

    Dauer 3 Stunden

    Travel by panoramic coach on a tour that offers fascinating insights on the lives of those who make the sometimes-harsh landscape of Iceland’s Westfjords their home. Beginning from the pier, you’ll drive through the streets of Isafjordur and out along the coastal road for a tour of wondrously remote Bolungarvik, a fishing village towered over by its surrounding mountains. ...
    Travel by panoramic coach on a tour that offers fascinating insights on the lives of those who make the sometimes-harsh landscape of Iceland’s Westfjords their home. Beginning from the pier, you’ll drive through the streets of Isafjordur and out along the coastal road for a tour of wondrously remote Bolungarvik, a fishing village towered over by its surrounding mountains. mehr ...

    Travel by panoramic coach on a tour that offers fascinating insights on the lives of those who make the sometimes-harsh landscape of Iceland’s Westfjords their home. Beginning from the pier, you’ll drive through the streets of Isafjordur and out along the coastal road for a tour of wondrously remote Bolungarvik, a fishing village towered over by its surrounding mountains. Nearby, you’ll stop at the outdoor Ósvör Museum, where a century-old fisherman’s hut has been restored, complete with the tools of the trade – and the fisherman.


    On another leg of the journey, you’ll find yourself up amidst breathtaking views of the magnificent mountains of the Djup, largest of the West Fjords and the Buna River. Not far from that spot, you’ll stop to admire a beautiful stepped waterfall in Tunguskogur and take an opportunity to taste the freshest, clearest mountain water you may ever have encountered. Back in Isafjordur, you’ll stop in at the Maritime and Folk Museum, which calls one of the town’s oldest and best-preserved houses its home. The museum presents an excellent collection of artifacts related to the region’s maritime history – as well as a sizable accordion collection. Gotta have something to do during those long winters.


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    • Erwachsene ab: 137,57 EUR
    • Kinder ab: 137,57 EUR
    DAUER 3 Stunden
    AKTIVITÄTSSTUFE 2
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    The Golden Circle

    Reykjavík, Island

    Dauer 7 Stunden

    Venture into the beautiful Thingvellir national park - a UNESCO World Heritage Site only about 30 miles from Reykjavik, and ranking at the top of Iceland’s attractions. This national park offers outstanding sceneries of mountains surrounding a vast lava plain covered in green moss and wild flowers. ...
    Venture into the beautiful Thingvellir national park - a UNESCO World Heritage Site only about 30 miles from Reykjavik, and ranking at the top of Iceland’s attractions. This national park offers outstanding sceneries of mountains surrounding a vast lava plain covered in green moss and wild flowers. mehr ...

    Venture into the beautiful Thingvellir national park - a UNESCO World Heritage Site only about 30 miles from Reykjavik, and ranking at the top of Iceland’s attractions. This national park offers outstanding sceneries of mountains surrounding a vast lava plain covered in green moss and wild flowers. Head to the Geyser area where you’ll see hissing springs, bubbling pools and other geothermal phenomena. Lunch will be served nearby, amongst these scenic surroundings.


    Another highlight of your day is the Gullfoss waterfall. The ‘Golden Waterfall’ is the most famous of the country’s many waterfalls. Here, the river Hvita drops 96 feet in two falls, creating an awesome spectacle. Being located on an old magma chamber, Hveragerdi is notorious not only for its abundance of hot springs, which heat the community’s greenhouse industry, but also for its earthquakes.


    When we return to Reykjavík we’ll make one last stop at Perlan, the Pearl before returning to the pier. Perlan has a viewing deck that offers great panoramic views over Reykjavik, perfect for taking photos or just relaxing and enjoying the view. Lastly, enjoy a scenic drive of the city on your way back to your ship.


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    • Erwachsene ab: 198,13 EUR
    • Kinder ab: 128,92 EUR
    DAUER 7 Stunden
    AKTIVITÄTSSTUFE 1
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    Go Local - Helsinki Through the Eyes of a Local

    Helsinki, Finnland

    Dauer 4 1/2 Stunden

    Experience local life by exploring food markets and a shopping mall, sampling Finnish cuisine and then strolling a serene waterfront park. As you meander about the historical market Vanha Kaupahalli, you will gain an understanding of daily life in Helsinki. ...
    Experience local life by exploring food markets and a shopping mall, sampling Finnish cuisine and then strolling a serene waterfront park. As you meander about the historical market Vanha Kaupahalli, you will gain an understanding of daily life in Helsinki. mehr ...

    Experience local life by exploring food markets and a shopping mall, sampling Finnish cuisine and then strolling a serene waterfront park. As you meander about the historical market Vanha Kaupahalli, you will gain an understanding of daily life in Helsinki. Similarly, after a short tram ride to the Kamppi Shopping Centre, you will get a feel for other types of merchandise available to the residents, mainly fashions and jewelry. You will then ride the metro to Hakaniemi Market, a shopping area that specializes in gourmet foods and delicacies. To see if the local cuisine suits your palate, you will sample traditional snacks such as cold smoked reindeer with marinated red onion, Finnish archipelago bread with lemon crème fraiche and salmon, and non-alcoholic rhubarb soda. To become further immersed in local life, you will stroll through waterfront Kaivopuisto Park, which is on the southernmost tip of Helsinki and surrounded by embassies and extravagant homes.


    HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Observe local life while browsing the merchandise at several popular shopping areas.
    • Recognize the vast range of stores available in urban Helsinki.
    • Sample traditional Norwegian snacks and stroll a waterfront park.

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    • Erwachsene ab: 128,92 EUR
    • Kinder ab: 128,92 EUR
    DAUER 4 1/2 Stunden
    AKTIVITÄTSSTUFE 1
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    A Step Back In Time

    Seydisfjordur, Island

    Dauer 5 Stunden

    Experience the joys of a simpler rural life at a wilderness center at the edge of the most extensive highlands in Northern Europe. ...
    Experience the joys of a simpler rural life at a wilderness center at the edge of the most extensive highlands in Northern Europe. mehr ...

    Experience the joys of a simpler rural life at a wilderness center at the edge of the most extensive highlands in Northern Europe. Even the journey there will be spectacularly scenic, as you will drive through a mountainous terrain of dense forests, thundering waterfalls and an enormous lake that a glacier created long ago.


    Upon reaching the Wilderness Center, you will browse exhibits that showcase the struggles of life on the farm where the center now stands. The museum dioramas are especially insightful, as they accurately depict the challenges of the area’s earliest settlers, who embraced the natural world rather than trying to control it. As you meander about, you may see adventurers returning from hiking through the wilderness and horseback riding and others simply enjoying the pristine setting.


    Later, you will pass through Iceland’s largest national forest, which contains indigenous trees and exotics brought from more than 175 locations around the world.


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    • Erwachsene ab: 232,74 EUR
    • Kinder ab: 172,18 EUR
    DAUER 5 Stunden
    AKTIVITÄTSSTUFE 2
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    Highlights of Nuuk

    Nuuk, Grönland

    Dauer 1 1/2 Stunden

    Drive through Greenland’s diminutive capital, which nestles at the head of a fjord, and trace the town’s history through its marquee attractions. ...
    Drive through Greenland’s diminutive capital, which nestles at the head of a fjord, and trace the town’s history through its marquee attractions. mehr ...

    Drive through Greenland’s diminutive capital, which nestles at the head of a fjord, and trace the town’s history through its marquee attractions.


    After departing from the pier, you will soon find yourself in downtown Nuuk, the world’s smallest capital and Greenland’s biggest town. Nuuk means “headland,” a reference to its location at the tip of a peninsula at the mouth of an extensive fjord system.


    Missionary Hans Egede officially founded the city in 1728, although Inuits, Vikings and various other groups had lived here on and off for about 4,000 years. It’s still a captivating historical setting. As you drive around town, pausing every so often for photos, you will see landmarks that include the Parliament, the University of Greenland and Katuaq, a cultural venue whose modern design was inspired by the magical play of light on the ice and snow.


    The National Museum occupies several buildings around the colonial harbor, where a statue of Egede overlooks the sea. Other prominent historical buildings include Nuuk Cathedral. Consecrated in 1849, it was constructed with so-called half-timbering, a technique where the timber frame was filled with soapstone and talc. That was later covered with the red paneling seen today.


    -You will also drive through Nuuk’s neighboring suburbs, which include Nuussuaq and the more contemporary Qinngorput district. Regardless of where you travel, the craggy mountains provide a majestic backdrop as you return to the pier.

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    • Erwachsene ab: 77,00 EUR
    • Kinder ab: 77,00 EUR
    DAUER 1 1/2 Stunden
    AKTIVITÄTSSTUFE 1
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Norwegian Cruise Line organisiert die Landausflüge für Passagiere als Zusatzleistung. Norwegian handelt nicht im Namen von und überwacht nicht die Parteien oder Personen, die für die Landausflüge verantwortlich sind, diese bereitstellen oder betreiben. Diese Parteien oder Personen sind unabhängige Betreiber. NCL übernimmt keine Verantwortung für und garantiert nicht die Leistung derartiger Ausflugsbetreiber, und die Gäste akzeptieren, dass NCL nicht für Verluste oder Verletzungen als Ergebnis von Handlungen oder Unterlassungen derartiger Anbieter zur Verantwortung gezogen werden kann.

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Unsere Landausflüge werden generell in englischer Sprache als Gruppenprogramm durchgeführt. Verschiedene Ausflüge werden je nach Buchungslage auch in Deutsch, Spanisch, Französisch, Italienisch oder Russisch durchgeführt (ab 30 Personen Mindestteilnehmerzahl). Die angebotenen Touren variieren von Kreuzfahrt zu Kreuzfahrt. Bitte beachten Sie die Detailinformationen in Ihrem Ausflugsprogrammangebot an Bord.