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«RECOMMENDED EXPERIENCE Explore St. Petersburg’s complex system of waterways, glass of bubbly in hand, admiring the city lights twinkling amongst the famous palaces and beautiful building facades. Tallinn, Estonia Tallinn appears like a fairytale wonderland, with its UNESCO-listed Old Town, picturesque churches and cobbled streets. The oldest part is the medieval Toompea Hill; remains of the city wall can be viewed here. Other highlights include the striking Alexander Nevskij Cathedral, Kadriorg Palace and the Kumu Art Museum. Szczecin, Poland As well as having links to the famous film The Great Escape, the bustling port of Szczecin has an array of attractions to discover, including the Polmos distillery and a range of interesting museums. A mix of architecture, influenced by various historical eras, also awaits your exploration, including the striking Renaissance-style Castle of the Pomeranian Dukes. Cruising Oder & Świna Rivers Enjoy four hours of scenic river cruising upon leaving Szczecin. Marvel at the ever-changing countryside as you sail the twists and turns of the Oder, Poland’s second longest river. Birds and marine life may then present themselves as you pass through Szczecin Lagoon, before the Świna acts as your gateway to the Baltic Sea. Cruising the Kiel Canal Take in the charming German countryside along what is said to be the world’s busiest man-made waterway, the Kiel Canal. At almost 100 kilometres long it links the North Sea with the Baltic. Only smaller ships are able to navigate it. Visby Tallinn Szczecin The visit to the Peterhof Palace and gardens was the highlight of the cruise. independent customer reviews Copenhagen Scandinavia & the Baltic Rivers & Waterways View destination and ship videos at www.cruisewithfred.tv 231


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