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A really interesting cruise and one which found us mostly on deck, particularly when traversing the Kiel Canal and the Elbe and Weser rivers. Great skill on the part of the Captain and First Officer. independent customer reviews Hamburg, Germany Hamburg boasts a Hanseatic League heritage harking back 700 years and an infectious maritime spirit. Impressive landmarks, including the neo-Renaissance style Rathaus (City Hall) and St. Michael’s Church, populate the city’s skyline, while vibrant neighbourhoods, such as the famous Reeperbahn, thrive with stylish bars and multicultural eateries. For something a little different, visit Miniature Wonderland – the world’s biggest model railway. «RECOMMENDED EXPERIENCE Admire Hamburg’s twinkling lights on a cruise tour along the Alster Lake at night. Cruising the Elbe River See scenic Germany from a different perspective as you sail inland on one of Central Europe’s main waterways, winding past tall hills, vast plains and fascinating towns. Its shallow, narrow attributes and low bridges mean it’s only navigable by smaller vessels. Cruising the Weser River Sail 35 nautical miles along the scenic Weser River to historic Bremen – Braemar is one of only a few cruise ships allowed to do this. Bremen, Germany Our smaller ships take you to the heart of Bremen, making it easier to take in the many highlights. Architectural and cultural gems present photo opportunities galore, from the UNESCO-listed Town Hall to the medieval quarter, Schnoor, and not forgetting the famous Bremen Town Musicians statue. Stroll the ‘Maritime Mile’, uncover the beautiful Market Square or tour to the Beck’s Brewery. Europe Rivers & Waterways 147 Flensburg Bremen View destination and ship videos at www.cruisewithfred.tv


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