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7 nights from Kiel (Germany) with Costa Diadema

Norwegian fjords: Germany, Denmark, Norway

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Cruise code DI07240531
31 May 2024
from RM 7,518.75
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Cruise itinerary

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    Friday, 31 May 2024 - 08:00
    Kiel chevron_right
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    Saturday, 1 June 2024 10:00 - 06:00
    Copenaghen chevron_right
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    Sunday, 2 June 2024 -- --
    Navigation
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    Monday, 3 June 2024 08:30 - 09:00
    Hellesylt chevron_right
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    Tuesday, 4 June 2024 11:30 - 06:00
    Geiranger chevron_right
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    Wednesday, 5 June 2024 01:00 - 08:00
    Stavanger chevron_right
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    Thursday, 6 June 2024 08:00 - 06:00
    Haugesund chevron_right
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    Friday, 7 June 2024 -- --
    Navigation
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    Friday, 7 June 2024 08:00
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Kiel

Kiel

Kiel is a city in Eder River and it is near the Baltic Sea. Hamburg and Lübeck are the nearest cities and are about 90 kilometres far from Kiel.
The origins of Kiel are dated back to XII Century. The city was established by Schauenburg Family and it was the farthest north city of the Holy Roman Empire. Among the noteworthy structures, the University is one of the most ancient and was founded in 1665.
During the years, Kiel was subjected to the influence of the neighbouring countries and has been property of Denmark and Sweden. Germany took it back in 1815. At the end of XIX Century, Kiel Canal was opened. It is about 100 kilometres long, and it links the Baltic Sea with the North Sea and it’s been so far one of the most congested canals in the world. Kiel is an important port for the cruises to Northern Europe and has all summer long many departures for the Baltic Capitals and the Norwegian Fjords.

Kiel is an important port of the cruise market: many of the cruises to Northern Europe depart from Kiel. It is no coincidence that it is the most important port in Germany.

Copenaghen

Copenaghen

Copenhagen, literally "port of the merchants", is the capital of Denmark and one of the country's most densely populated cities. Originally a city mainly inhabited by fishermen, it became a fundamentally important port for trade.
Copenhagen is a year-round tourist destination and in summer the flow of tourists increases considerably thanks to Northern Europe cruises.

It is very common to add a stay in the city before a cruise, to take in its distinguishing relaxing atmosphere and see what it has to offer. Among its famous attractions you cannot miss the statue of the Mermaid which is located right at the entrance to the port and the Tivoli Gardens, one of the world's largest amusement parks, opened in 1843 and loved by everyone.

Copenhagen (København in Danish and 'Copenaga' in Italian [no source]) is the capital and the most populous city of Denmark with 518,574 inhabitants in the municipality (1,167,569 in the urban area). The city stretches across the islands of Sjælland and Amager and is separated from the city of Malmö in Sweden by the strait of Øresund.

Hellesylt

Hellesylt

Geiranger

Geiranger

Stavanger

Stavanger

Stavanger is a Norwegian city in Rogaland County and its origins are said to be dated back to 10.000 years ago. It received the status of “city” in XII Century and it was in the same period that it became a bishopric, acquiring a big religious power. The city lost this role after the Protestant Reform in 1536. Stavanger lived an economic boom at the end of 60’s: this area became an important base for oil extractions in the North Sea.
Stavanger is a very active cultural city and it was chosen as European Cultutural Capital in 2008.
Stavanger is a well-known touristic resort due to its breath-taking landscapes of the city and the neighbouring areas. You can’t miss out the Preikestolen, a rock 604 metres high where you can enjoy an amazing view and that is visited every year by more and more tourists.
The city is lively and rich of attractions for your leisure time: there are plenty of restaurants, bars and sops. The city centre is quite small and it’s better to visit it by foot to enjoy the positive atmosphere to the fullest. Visiting Stavanger on a cruise to Northern Europe is one of the best ways to benefit from the landscape and for having a direct contact with nature.

Haugesund

Haugesund

Kiel

Kiel

Kiel is a city in Eder River and it is near the Baltic Sea. Hamburg and Lübeck are the nearest cities and are about 90 kilometres far from Kiel.
The origins of Kiel are dated back to XII Century. The city was established by Schauenburg Family and it was the farthest north city of the Holy Roman Empire. Among the noteworthy structures, the University is one of the most ancient and was founded in 1665.
During the years, Kiel was subjected to the influence of the neighbouring countries and has been property of Denmark and Sweden. Germany took it back in 1815. At the end of XIX Century, Kiel Canal was opened. It is about 100 kilometres long, and it links the Baltic Sea with the North Sea and it’s been so far one of the most congested canals in the world. Kiel is an important port for the cruises to Northern Europe and has all summer long many departures for the Baltic Capitals and the Norwegian Fjords.

Kiel is an important port of the cruise market: many of the cruises to Northern Europe depart from Kiel. It is no coincidence that it is the most important port in Germany.