The experience of cruising across the waters of Northern Europe has just become even more appealing. MSC Cruises’ offers a program which focuses on the breathtaking beauty of the Norwegian Fjords and the enchanting charms of the Baltic capitals – all at bargain prices.
The experience of cruising the waters of Northern Europe has just become even more appealing. MSC Cruises’ offers a program which focuses on the breathtaking beauty of the Norwegian Fjords and the charms of the Baltic capitals – all at bargain prices.
Music to the ears is MSC Orchestra’s series of 14-night round trip cruises from Denmark’s Copenhagen, which call on such fascinating ports as the Estonian capital of Tallin, historic St Petersburg, the Scandinavian capitals of Stockholm (Sweden) and Oslo (Norway), Kiel in Germany and colourful Bergen, cruise-only prices starting at AU$2078 per person, twin share.
Accompanying the stylish MSC Orchestra for the two-week Northern Europe cruises is MSC Poesia, prices from Copenhagen starting at AU$2188, twin share.
“When you consider the impressive ports of call and how well cruises are priced, the Northern Europe program is an exciting one,” said Lynne Clarke, managing director of MSC Cruises (Australia and New Zealand).
”The itineraries provide cruise fans with the opportunity to explore a new region and experience something glorious and wonderful,” she said. “Northern Europe and such colourful destinations as Bergen (Norway), St Petersburg, Stockholm and Copenhagen are sure to appeal to passengers who have previously holidayed on the Mediterranean and are seeking new ports and experiences. “Our cruises introduce passengers to a beautiful and very fascinating part of the world.”
Prices are inclusive of on-board meals and entertainment, invitations to a Captain’s cocktail party and gala dinner, and port charges.
To book your Northern Europe adventure, contact MSC Cruises on 1300 028 502 or visit www.msccruises.com.au.
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