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Wednesday, 8th August 2018
Azamara Journey

Azamara Club Cruises - 17 Night Fly, Cruise & Stay package including 3 night stays in Copenhagen & Stockholm, an 11 night Azamara Journey cruise and return international flights!

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Cabin Price per person
AU $5159
AU $5399
AU $5779
AU $8379
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Special Validity Dates

Special is valid from 14th February 2018 to 30th June 2018.

Special Inclusions


Your Fly, Cruise & Stay Package Includes:
- Economy class airfare from Sydney to Copenhagen, returning from Stockholm on full service airline, including air taxes
- 3 nights accommodation in a 4 star centrally located hotel in Copenhagen
- 11 night luxury Azamara Journey cruise from Copenhagen to Stockholm including:
- All main meals (excluding specialty restaurants)
- Complimentary house spirits, international beers and wines
- Most onboard entertainment
- Complimentary AzAmazing Evenings event on most voyages
- Complimentary bottled water, soft drinks, specialty coffees and teas
- Gratuities for waitstaff, bar staff and housekeeping
- Complimentary self service laundry
- Concierge service for person guidance and reservations
- Shuttle service to and from port communities (where available)
- All port/govt. charges
- 3 nights accommodation in a 4.5 star centrally located hotel in Stockholm

Price does not include:
- Transfers

Prices are based on flights from Sydney. Please ask us for prices from Melbourne, Brisbane or other Australian cities.

*Conditions Apply: Offer correct as at 16Apr18 and subject to live availability at time of booking. Prices are per person share twin based on best available cruise fare, inclusive of all discounts unless otherwise stated. Outside and Balcony cabins may have obstructed views. Air fare & taxes are based ex Sydney and are subject to change until paid in full. Accommodation rates may be based on instant purchase prices, in order to keep prices low. Please ask your consultant at time of enquiry if you require more flexible accommodation payment conditions. Please note that the prices shown here are not shown in real time. Prices are subject to live availability at time of booking. While we endeavour to keep our pricing as up-to-date as possible, the listed prices shown here may vary from the live prices in our booking system.

Cruise Description

11 Night Cruise sailing from London to Stockholm aboard Azamara Journey.

Sail first to the German port of Warnemünde and let the romance begin. Wander the Alter Storm boardwalk, climb to the top of the lighthouse, and visit the 13th-century town hall. Or take the train into Berlin and visit the Brandenburg Gate, designed as a triumphal arch for Kaiser Wilhelm II – you will feel just as glorious walking through it. A late stay means a visit to the Prater Garten, the oldest beer garden in the city. It survived the bombings of both world wars so it can handle a wild night.

Spending the night in Gdansk gives time to study the history of Solidarity, visit the famous White Frigate at the National Maritime Museum and wander the Grand Hotel in Sopot where Hitler, Omar Sharif and Marlene Dietrich have gone before.

In addition to romance, golf was promised. There are plans to play at the Estonian Golf and Country Club, created within an ancient archeological site, and at Bro Hof Slott, situated directly on stunning Lake Mälaren and designed by Robert Trent Jones, who made certain the wind is always part of the game here.

St. Petersburg is filled with experiences of all kinds, and two overnights mean you can have them all. Helsinki has the Esplanade and the largest ice bars in the world. Kippis!

Highlights of this cruise:

Copenhagen is known as a city of spires: the skyline of its medieval core is punctuated only by the steeples of churches and towers of palaces, though a modern building boom has overtaken other parts of the city. Today's Copenhagen is known for its excellent quality of life and environmental consciousness - with many parks, it is green both literally and in today's sense of the word. It is also bicycle-friendly, with bike paths lining almost every major street. After a ride or wander through the old town, stop for a local repast of Smørrebrød, traditional open-face sandwiches, or a mouthwatering Danish pastry.

Warnemunde (Berlin), Germany
Warnemunde is a seaside resort neighboring the red brick 800-year-old Hanseatic city of Rostock.

From here it is possible to spend the day in Berlin, capital city of a reunited Germany.

Its historical core, home to important monuments like the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag building, is part of a revitalized city center, with cafes, restaurants, museums, and galleries. Layered over the Prussian past are WWII, recognized in a Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe; and Cold War relics, including a surviving section of the Berlin Wall and the infamous Checkpoint Charlie.

Gdańsk, Poland
Gdańsk is a 1,000-year-old port city on the Baltic coast of Poland, which, together with the city of Gdynia and the town of Sopot, makes up the metropolitan area Trójmiasto, “the Tricity”.

Home to the Westerplatte, where World War II broke out in 1939, Gdańsk was mostly destroyed during the war, but there are still many impressive sights. Wander through cobblestone streets and mazes of red-brick buildings to discover the Upland Gate, St. Mary’s Church, the medieval Gdańsk Crane or the stunning façade of the Great Arsenal.

Explore treasures of “Baltic Gold” at the Amber Museum or collections of paintings, fabrics, and furniture at the National Museum, housed in a former Franciscan monastery. Relax at a beer garden or restaurant and take in the beautiful coastline. Make your way to Gdynia, home of the Polish navy, to feast on seafood or a visit to a floating museum in the form of two ships—Dar Pomorza and Blyskawica.

Tallinn, Estonia
Despite occupation at one time or another by each of its near neighbors, Tallinn is independent-minded and has creative ways of showing it - consider the Singing Revolution of 1988, the massive musical demonstration against Soviet rule that set Estonia on the path to independence.

Visit St Olav's Church, once the tallest building in the world, at least until 1625. Then pull up a chair at one of the cafés in the charming town square, heart of the city for 800 years. After your coffee, explore St. Catherine's Passage, a quaint old lane, home to a collection of craft workshops, and check out the secret 17th C. tunnel system.

St Petersburg
Tsar Peter the Great founded this magnificent city in 1703 as a window to the West, a launching pad for his attempt to modernize Russia and open up to outside influences. The architecture is varied and striking, with golden domed churches, and an astounding number of large and extravagantly decorated palaces, consistently evoking wows from visitors. The grandest include the countryside Peterhof, with its lavish gardens and majestic golden fountains cascading down to the Gulf of Finland; and the Winter Palace, within the complex of the Hermitage, one of the world's largest museums, with a collection of some three million works of art and artifacts.

Helsinki, Finland
Helsinki is a successful blend of traditional and modern architecture and design, interwoven with the beauty of nature, and a few quirky, purely Finnish touches - such as a church built inside a giant chunk of granite, and a venue that is a unique combination of café, restaurant, bar, laundromat, and sauna.

Classic Russian onion-domed churches share the stage with Nordic minimalism, and a large concentration of Art Nouveau buildings. Prominent globally in the fields of technology (think Nokia) and design (Marimekko and Aero), Finland has also recently topped the charts as having the world's best educational system.

Lively, cosmopolitan Stockholm sports an appealing mix of modern Scandinavian architecture and fairy tale palaces, watched over by a Board of Beauty, responsible for preserving the city. One third of its area is devoted to green space, and another third to waterways, providing lots of room to breathe. Gamla Stan is the oldest section, retaining the medieval layout of narrow meandering paths. For the contemporary take there's Sodermalm, known trendily as SoFo, with welcoming restaurants and pubs, specialty shops and boutiques. Stieg Larson fans hang out here, as it is the area of the city where most action in the Millennium novels takes place.

Pre-Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity Arrive Depart
04/08 Fly from Sydney to Copenhagen
05/08 Arrive Copenhagen - Own way to hotel
06/08 Copenhagen - At your leisure
07/08 Copenhagen - At your leisure
08/08 Copenhagen - Own way to port - Embark cruise
Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity Arrive Depart
08/08 Copenhagen, Denmark 06:00 PM
09/08 Berlin (Warnemunde) 07:00 AM 11:00 PM
10/08 Gdansk, Poland 07:00 PM Overnight
11/08 Gdansk, Poland 10:00 PM
12/08 At sea - -
13/08 Tallinn, Estonia 08:00 AM 05:00 PM
14/08 St Petersburg, Russia 08:00 AM overnight
15/08 St Petersburg, Russia overnight
16/08 St Petersburg, Russia 06:00 PM
17/08 Helsinki, Finland 08:00 AM 05:00 PM
18/08 Stockholm Sweden 09:30 AM
19/08 Stockholm Sweden
Post-Cruise Itinerary
Date Activity Arrive Depart
19/08 Disembark cruise - Own way to hotel
20/08 Stockholm - At your leisure
21/08 Stockholm - At your leisure
22/08 Stockholm - Own way to airport - Fly to Sydney
24/08 Arrive Sydney
Itinerary may vary by sailing date and itineraries may be changed at the cruise lines discretion. Please check itinerary details at time of booking and before booking other travel services such as airline tickets.

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