Celebrity Century Cruise Review to Europe - Northern Europe

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4 out of 5

A fun and relaxing experience!

Sail Date: June 27, 2006

Reviewed: 6 years ago

Traveled As: Couple

Room Type: Balcony

The Century looks great after the $50 million renovation. Great changes to the cabins and we liked the larger-than-usual balcony and larger-than-usual shower.

Pros: Selection of ports and crew service

Cons: Short time spent in some of the ports (5 hours)

Stockholm, Sweden
Walking through the old town area was great.
Tallinn, Estonia

Don't Miss: Old Town was very charming and the locals were very friendly.
Copenhagen, Denmark
Rosenburg Castle was fabulous. This is a city we want to visit again!
Oslo, Norway
The views from the top of Holmenkollen Ski Tower are amazing. Well worth the visit. Oslo is on our list for a future visit!
Tallinn, Estonia

Don't Miss: Old Town was very charming and the locals were very friendly.
Helsinki, Finland
We very much enjoyed the Finnish Food Tasting excursion. The food was great and the presentation was good.
Copenhagen, Denmark
Rosenburg Castle was fabulous. This is a city we want to visit again!
Oslo, Norway
The views from the top of Holmenkollen Ski Tower are amazing. Well worth the visit. Oslo is on our list for a future visit!
Stockholm, Sweden
Walking through the old town area was great.
Helsinki, Finland
We very much enjoyed the Finnish Food Tasting excursion. The food was great and the presentation was good.
St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
Catherine's Palace, Hermitage, Canal Cruise--so much to do and we enjoyed all of the excursions at this port. The tour of the Hermitage was a bit too long (over 3 hours, tons of people and very hot inside). Of course, you could spend weeks there alone!
Don't Miss: Hermitage & St. Isaac's Cathedral & Canal Cruise
St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
Catherine's Palace, Hermitage, Canal Cruise--so much to do and we enjoyed all of the excursions at this port. The tour of the Hermitage was a bit too long (over 3 hours, tons of people and very hot inside). Of course, you could spend weeks there alone!
Don't Miss: Hermitage & St. Isaac's Cathedral & Canal Cruise


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