Seabourn Cruise Line Northern Europe Cruises

Uncover the cultural intricacies and historical surprises of happy countries of the Baltic with a Northern Europe cruise onboard Seabourn Cruises. See the stunning fjords of Norway, or the buzzing cultural hub that is St. Petersburg. Try some authentic, hearty, and memorable cuisine in Ireland, or even a rare trip to the Arctic Circle, with majestic glaciers and snowcapped peaks. Attend a ballet in Russia, cherish those legendary Tivoli Gardens of Copenhagen, or let a Belgian chocolate melt on your tongue in Ghent—all a part of a Seabourn Northern Europe cruise.

 

Things to Do on a Northern Europe Cruise with Seabourn Cruise Line

 

Take in the beauty of Northern Europe with a Seabourn cruise that allows you to see the amazing architecture of Berlin, visit a country home in Helsinki and taste the smooth and creamy Belgian chocolates in their home country.

 


Seabourn Brussels in Belgium
  • Ghent and Belgian Chocolates (Brussels, Belgium)
    Drive through the countryside on your way to Ghent, a medieval city that was once the home to many weavers. Once in town you’ll take a walking tour of this impressive city. You’ll cross the St. Michael’s bridge, see the Castle of the Counts and St. Bavo’s Cathedral. During the tour you’ll also visit the chocolate factory where you’ll see how famed Belgian chocolate is made and then you can find the perfect chocolaty souvenir to bring home with you.
     

 


Seabourn old town pier with sailing yachts and ships in Helsinki Finland
  • Panoramic Helsinki and Country Home Visit (Helsinki, Finland)
    Head out to Sipoo, a countryside town where you’ll visit the Church of St. Sigfrid, which traces its origins back to the 15th century. Then you’ll visit a typical home and chat with the owners about life in Finland. You’ll also be treated to some Finnish desserts, along with coffee or tea. Then you’ll be guided through many of Helsinki’s most cherished landmarks, including the Presidential Palace, the National Museum and Senate Square.
     

 


Seabourn aerial view of Tromso cityscape at dusk Norway
  • Polar Experience and Wilderness Center (Tromso, Norway)
    Tromso, which is in Northern Norway, is a great spot to learn about the Arctic and its environment. On this trip you’ll visit a husky dog camp and learn about the races these dogs have participated in and what their lives are like. Then you’ll visit Polaria, an information and adventure center, to learn about the polar region. At Polaria you can even attempt to walk through a simulated polar environment and visit a replica polar bear den.
     

 


Seabourn Berlin Cathedral Berliner Dom and fountain Germany
  • Berlin’s Cultural Treasures (Warnemunde, Germany)
    Visit a number of important landmarks that tell Germany’s very important history. Your first stop is at the Berlin Cathedral, where you’ll listen to a magnificent organ concert. Then you’ll visit Museum Island where many of the country’s most important museums are located. You’ll have lunch in the Kaefer Restaurant at the Reichstag Building. Then you’ll walk through the glass cupola building for amazing views of this edgy city. On this Seabourn excursion, you’ll also see the Brandenburg Gate and the remnants of the Berlin Wall before heading back to your luxury ship.
     

 


Seabourn Lithuania Klaipeda typical colorful wooden home with thatched roof
  • Village Life in Lithuania (Klaipeda, Lithuania)
    Learn about the heritage and history of Lithuania when you visit a cultural center to learn about the era when Lithuania was controlled by the Soviet Union. You’ll be greeted with folk songs by women from the village and then you’ll visit the home of Lithuania’s first British Defense Attache where he’ll talk about his work. Here you’ll also enjoy homemade cake and moonshine.
     

 


Seabourn Rosenborg Castle in the centre of Copenhagen Denmark
  • Royal Copenhagen (Copenhagen, Denmark)
    Visit three palaces in Denmark. First up is Rosenborg Castle where you’ll learn about the history of the Danish monarchy and visit the treasury where the crown jewels are stored. Then you’ll stop by the Amalienborg Palace, where the current royal family resides. Then you’ll see Christiansborg Palace, where the royals receive heads of state. You will also pass by the famous Little Mermaid Statue, built to honor Danish fairytale author Hans Christian Andersen.
     

 

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