Cultural Wonders

Scandinavia
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What's included

Outside from: $7022*
Suite from: $13682*
Balcony from: $8370*
*Indicative pricing only.
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Itinerary

  • Day 1 - London/Dover, England For centuries, Dover has been a symbol of England's royal fortitude. The port's legendary White Cliffs have long been a welcomed landmark for seafaring travelers. The solid Dover Castle has faced invasions by Roman, French and even English troops. London's legendary sights, including Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Parliament Square, Whitehall and the fashionable West End, lie just 80 miles from historic Dover.
  • Day 2 - Amsterdam, Netherlands Everyone has an image of Amsterdam. For some, it’s small boats gliding on the canals and locals two-wheeling on bikes to work and, as frequently, to meet friends for drinks. For others, it’s gabled buildings leaning, seemingly precariously, over cobbled streets and cozy taverns illuminated by candles. Still others imagine tulips in bloom and the paintings Vermeer, Van Gogh and Rembrandt. Each vision is even more beguiling when experienced in person.
  • Day 3 - Amsterdam, Netherlands Everyone has an image of Amsterdam. For some, it’s small boats gliding on the canals and locals two-wheeling on bikes to work and, as frequently, to meet friends for drinks. For others, it’s gabled buildings leaning, seemingly precariously, over cobbled streets and cozy taverns illuminated by candles. Still others imagine tulips in bloom and the paintings Vermeer, Van Gogh and Rembrandt. Each vision is even more beguiling when experienced in person.
  • Day 4 - Rotterdam, Netherlands Much of Rotterdam’s edgy, sophisticated personality is a result of the destruction of much of the city by the WWII blitz, which left it to be rebuilt with a contemporary approach to design. Modern, eye-catching buildings of concrete, glass and steel stand in stark contrast to the few remaining “old city” areas of Delfshaven, or Delft Harbor, and Oude Haven, or Old Harbor, and outstanding museums, hotels and restaurants consistently earn Rotterdam top rankings for best places to visit.
  • Day 5 - Zeebrugge, Belgium Acrossroad in the English Channel for centuries, Zeebrugge is the gateway to Flanders, whose Golden Age heritage resides in three historic cities: Ghent, Antwerp and Bruges. Here, museums display the glories of the old Flemish masters, from Van Dyck to Rubens. Summertime is a delight, showcasing colorful flower-filled window boxes, the graceful arcs of windmills, a patchwork of farms and picturesque rivers.
  • Day 6 - Honfleur, France This picturesque port easily inspired some of the greats – from its Vieux Bassin (Old Harbour) to the bare vertical cliffs of Etretat and Yport. Boudin, Courbet and Monet all discovered the inherent artistic qualities of Honfleur, still apparent along its storied shores that evoke a feeling of Normandy in centuries past. While it boasts historical clout for centuries, some of the most intriguing sites in town played pivotal roles in the epic events of D-Day.
  • Day 7 - Honfleur, France This picturesque port easily inspired some of the greats – from its Vieux Bassin (Old Harbour) to the bare vertical cliffs of Etretat and Yport. Boudin, Courbet and Monet all discovered the inherent artistic qualities of Honfleur, still apparent along its storied shores that evoke a feeling of Normandy in centuries past. While it boasts historical clout for centuries, some of the most intriguing sites in town played pivotal roles in the epic events of D-Day.
  • Day 8 - St. Malo, France Within its fortified walls, this city of bustling shops, cafés and bars is home to the highest concentration of seafood restaurants in Europe. Heavily bombed during World War II, it was lovingly restored to its original splendor. The city's top destination is the citadel, from where Corsairs would raid enemy ships in the name of the King. Be sure to take a stroll atop the ramparts for magical views, and save time for a journey to the medieval Mont St-Michel abbey.
  • Day 9 - Portland, England Steeped in maritime history, the natural harbor of this tiny limestone isle was a British Royal Navy hub for more than 500 years. Following breakwater construction in the 19th century it become one of the world’s largest man-made harbors and was later used as an important embarkation port for the D-Day landings. Amidst the quaint villages and rocky, coastal scenery, ancient ruins abound, including the Corfe Castle, built by William the Conqueror and Portland Castle, built by King Henry VIII.
  • Day 10 - London/Southampton, England
** Itinerary may vary by sailing date.

Onboard experience

At 68,870 tons with capacity for 1,070 guests and 655 international crew, Crystal Serenity is classified as a mid-sized ship. Crystal Serenity maintains one of the highest space-per-guest ratios at sea, offering an abundance of space. All guests enjoy ocean view accommodation, many with private verandahs. Crystal Serenity features a multitude of dining venues and public spaces, allowing guests to choose venues that suit them and enjoy Crystal’s truly all-inclusive fares.

Facilities

Recreational: Outdoor Pool
Food and Drink: Silk Road, Palm Court, Crystal Dining Room, Trident Grill, Bar, Bistro, Sushi Bar, The Vintage Room, Trident Bar, Lounge, Dining Room, Prego, Lido Café
Entertainment: Galaxy Lounge, Hollywood's Theatre, Connoisseur Club, Stardust Lounge
Relaxation: Whirlpool, Spa, Swimming Pool

Deck layout

Crystal Deck
Horizon Deck
Lido Deck
Penthouse Deck
Promenade Deck
Seabreeze Deck
Sun Deck
Tifanny Deck

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