Norwegian Star Cruise Review to Europe - Northern Europe

Contributor Level: Captain

2-3 cruises


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4 out of 5

Lots of Walking

Sail Date: August 08, 2014

Reviewed: 11 months ago

Traveled As: Singles/Friends

Room Type: Suite

This was an awesome cruise. Being a history buff stopping in alot of the places I've read about was great. Was amazed that the medieval church in Rostock Germany was in such good shape after all of the bombing that the country went thru. Tallinn in Estonia was very quaint and we walked from the ship to the tourist area.  We spent two days, with a guide, in St. Petersburg and we were amazed at the Hermitage museum as well as the Peterhof palace and Catherine's palace.  Helsinki, Finland, was more walking but it wasn't as easy to get around as Tallinn.  Stockholm, Sweden was everyone's favourite city. It is built on a series of islands and was so beautiful. While in Copenhagen we did visit Tivoli Gardens and purchased some "real" danish pastry on our last day.

Cabin / Stateroom
The cabin was one of two on the 14th floor which I didn't have to pay for or we wouldn't have been there. In our living room we had a real Grand Piano, and even a dining table that would seat 10 easily. It was one of the others in the room that paid for the suite.
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