|Day 1||Fly to Amsterdam – The Netherlands (Deluxe Hotel Stay)The gorgeous tree-lined canal city of Amsterdam has retained much of it's 17th Century charm. You can easily cover the city on foot, Anne Frank's house and the Rembrandt museum remain popular attractions.|
|Day 2||Amsterdam – The Netherlands (Deluxe Hotel Stay)|
|Day 3||Embark Brilliance Of The Seas In Amsterdam|
|Day 4||At Sea|
|Day 5||Skagen – Denmark The Port of Skagen is Denmarks largest fishing harbour, but still has a quaint harbour atmosphere. Visit one of the many museums or art galleries, or Grenen, put your feet in both the Baltic and North sea, where the two meet.|
|Day 6||At Sea|
|Day 7||Tallinn – Estonia One of Northern Europe’s best-kept secrets, this compact medieval jewel is great fun to explore on foot. Enter the ancient walls into a maze of intimate cobblestone streets.|
|Day 8||St Petersburg – Russia (Overnight Port Stop) With so much to see, you’ll be glad we stay overnight in St. Petersburg. Visit Peterhof Palace or St. Isaac’s Cathedral, topped by a vast dome coated in pure gold.|
|Day 9||St Petersburg – Russia|
|Day 10||Helsinki – Finland Surrounded on three sides by the Baltic Sea, the waterfront in summer is one of the most vibrant and lively in the whole of Europe. Soak up the atomsphere or take a ferry out to the nearby sea fortress.|
|Day 11||Stockholm – Sweden Although Stockholm spans 14 islands, more than 50 scenic bridges make it easy to explore. The home of the Nobel Prize is a city of vast parks, museums and palaces.|
|Day 12||At Sea|
|Day 13||Copenhagen – Denmark The largest city in Scandinavia is best known for being the birthplace of Hans Christen Anderson, and no visit is complete without a visit to the infamous 'Mermaid' monument.|
|Day 14||At Sea|
|Day 15||Amsterdam – The Netherlands. Fly To UK|
*Price based on 20th June 2020 departure.
Prices correct at time of broadcast.
Focusing on open spaces, natural light and floor to ceiling windows, Brilliance of the Seas is full of the unique entertainment, original facilities and signature features that passengers have come to expect from Royal Caribbean International. Ideal for those seeking an action packed resort style cruise, the ship caters particularly well for families with kids and teens.
Launched in 2002, refit in 2013, she now offers more than half a dozen main, casual and speciality dining options and over a dozen bars, lounges and pubs. The introduction of Royal Babies and Tots during her refit means that kids and teens of all ages can experience the fun Adventure Ocean programme.
Two twin beds that convert to Royal King sitting area with sofa, vanity area, and bathroom.
Porthole or Picture Window. Two twin beds that convert to Royal King sitting area with sofa, vanity area, and bathroom.
Floor to Ceiling Windows.Two twin beds that convert to Royal King, sitting area, private balcony and private bathroom.
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