Cruising from: Hamburg, Germany;
Departure Date: 09 September 2017;
Duration: 4 nights;
Cruise Line: Hapag-Lloyd Cruises;
Cruise Ship: MS Europa;
Cruise Code: EUR1718;
Ports of Call: Hamburg, Oslo, Copenhagen, Kiel;
4-day one-way Nordic mini cruise from Hamburg to Kiel on board Hapag-Lloyd’s MS Europa
Hamburg tourist attractions. Straddling the Rive Elbe, Hamburg is Germany’s second largest city and is affectionately known as the Gateway to the World, thanks to its rich maritime history and its privileged position as one of the premier sea ports[…]
Day 1 – At Sea cruising
Travelling to the world’s most beautiful destinations on board Hapag-Lloyd’s MS Europa will be an experience in itself: whether you’re shaking the captain’s hand or going to a dazzling gala evening, enjoy the traditional luxury of a classic cruise in the company of a small group of no more than 400 guests.
Oslo tourist attractions. Between the Oslofjord and the forests lies the Norwegian capital. Oslo has a special combination of city life and easy access to the great outdoors. When most people think of capital cities, the first images that tend[…]
Copenhagen tourist attractions. Copenhagen makes a convenient base for cruises to the Baltic countries and their capitals, including Helsinki, Tallinn, Riga, Stockholm and St. Petersburg. It is also an excellent departure point for cruises along Norway’s west coast to the[…]
Kiel tourist attractions. Kiel is a port on both sides of the Kiel Fjord, an inlet of the western Baltic Sea, and lies at the eastern end of the Kiel Canal. The name Kyle (meaning “fjord,” or “spring,” possibly derived[…]
Hamburg, Oslo and Copenhagen: treat yourself to a four-day break and get to know the major cities of the north and the world’s most beautiful yacht – or celebrate an exuberant reunion Hapag-Lloyd Cruises.