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 Royal Caribbean Cruise Line's Jewel Of The Seas sailing from Stockholm, Sweden for 13 nights.

Inside cabins category 4V $1259.00 per person
Outside cabins category 8N $1479.00 per person
Balcony cabins category 6D $1809.00 per person
Rates are based on double occupancy
Port Tax $380.00 per person
Government Fees $212.45 per person

Date Port Arrive Depart
Sun...Stockholm Sweden Embark
Mon...Stockholm Sweden....................4:00pm
Tue....Helsinki, Finland.......10:30am...5:30pm
Wed...St Petersburg Russia.7:00am
Thu....St Petersburg Russia
Fri......St Petersburg, Russia.................6:00pm
Sat.....Tallinn, Estonia............7:00am...4:00pm
Sun....Riga, Latvia...........;......10:30am..6:30pm
Mon....Klaipeda, Lithuania...10:30am..7:30pm
Tue....At Sea
Wed...Fredericia, Denmark....7:00am..7:00pm
Thu...Aarhus, Denmark..........7:00am..7:00pm
Fri.....Copenhagen, Denmark 7:00am
Sat....Copenhagen, Denmark Disembark the ship


This immaculate Swedish city sprawls across more than a dozen islands  connected by bridges. The best half-day shore excursions tour Gamla  Stan, or old town, with its narrow cobblestone streets and buildings  that date to the 17th and 18th centuries. Stops typically include  Stortorget Square and its historic stock exchange; the hall where Nobel  Laureates are honored; the great warship Vasa; and the Royal Palace to  watch the changing of the guard. A trip to Drottningholm Palace, which  houses a splendid working 18th-century theater, also is popular.


Finland's national capital is a lively, neoclassical city. The most  obligatory site here is the tremendous Temppeliaukio Church, carved from  solid stone. Popular excursions cover the Senate Square, the Lutheran  Cathedral, Sibelius Monument, Finlandia Concert Hall, market square and  Esplanadi Park.

St Petersburg

This city along the Neva River  embodies some of Russia's greatest treasures. A few of the major  attractions include the famous masterpieces at the Hermitage Museum, the  baroque-style Winter Palace, St. Isaac's Cathedral with its 300-foot  gilt cupola and the Bronze Horseman, a monument to Peter the Great.

In this Hanseatic city founded in the 13th century, nearly every  building is a sight to see. Its medieval spirit is reflected in the main  square, towering spires, cobblestone streets and the stone walls that  encompass the city. Explore the gothic Church of St. Olai, handicraft  shops and the 13th-century Danish Toompea Castle.


This  port in the Baltic region has charming 17th-century streets and a  medieval old town. City tours visit the historic sites of the old town,  including 13th-century St. George's Church and Livonia Knights' Castle,  now an art and history museum. Wandering the crooked streets on your own  is one of the pleasures of this city.

The most  northern ice-free Baltic seaport is also Lithuania's third-largest city.  The city dates back to the construction of the castle of Memelburg at  the mouth of the Dane River in 1252. Visit some of the local museums to  learn about the fascinating history, or go to one of the art exhibitions  held throughout the year.

Originally founded in  1650 by Frederick III of Denmark, Fredericia is a fortress town located  in eastern Denmark. At the main entrance to the area, a statue of a  Danish soldier welcomes travelers and celebrates the military importance  of the city. Tourists will want to stroll around the City Walls that  surround the city center or pay a visit to its blue-flag beach.

More than a thousand years of history reside here in the capital of the  Jutland Peninsula. Aarhus is Denmark's second-largest city and a major  cultural center. Discover its many historic buildings, such as the  medieval Church of Our Lady. Admire the unique architecture of the  theatre and custom house. Visit Old Town to view three centuries of  Danish life in an open-air setting. Aarhus also serves as a gateway to  the pastoral countryside of Denmark's lake district, where charming  villages and historic monuments dot a landscape of moors and meadows.

Copenhagen is a lively city in Denmark with storybook charm. Tourists  will want to view the Little Mermaid statue, inspired by the fairy tale;  visit Tivoli Gardens, the world-famous amusement park; and witness the  changing of the guard at Amalienborg Palace, the residence of the  members of Europe's oldest royal dynasty. The best excursions feature  these major attractions, as well as the Kronborg Castle in nearby  Elsinore, the setting of Shakespeare's "Hamlet".