Mona Lisa
Mona Lisa, (SBL) Northern Europe Cruise ex Copenhagen to Berlin
Ship: Mona Lisa
Cruise Line: CroisiEurope
Selected Sailing Date: 28 Jun 2018
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Cruise Description

6 Night Cruise sailing from Stralsund to Berlin aboard Mona Lisa. 1 night hotel stay pre-cruise in Copenhagen.


Welcome and guided tour of the city. You will discover the principal monuments of the Danish capital. Our tour will begin at Christiansborg Castle, the seat of the Danish Parliament, the Amalienborg Palace, official residence of Queen Margrethe. You will then see the imposing, three-storey Gefion fountain. Further on, on the sea front, you can see the Little Mermaid. At the end of the afternoon, booking into the 2-star hotel. Dinner and accommodation.


After breakfast, departure by coach from Copenhagen to Trelleborg. Arrival around 10.00am and boarding the ferry for the sea crossing to Sassnitz (duration 4 hours). You will have the chance to take lunch. We will reach Sassnitz around 1.30pm. Coach transfer to Stralsund. Boarding the boat. Settling into your cabin. Free afternoon. Back on board. Welcome cocktail and presentation of the crew in the lounge, followed by dinner. Overnight stopover.


Breakfast on board. Morning devoted to the optional tour of Stralsund. A medieval town on the Baltic coast, Stralsund was an important commercial centre for the Hanseatic League in the 14th and 15th centuries. Back on board by 11.30am. Lunch. In the afternoon, departure by coach for the optional excursion to the island of Rügen*. The biggest island in Germany. The steep chalky coastline is the symbol of Rügen, a rugged yet enchanted island in the Baltic Sea; landscapes of dunes, reminiscent of the desert, are typical of Sylt, a much loved island in the North Sea. Discover magnificent landscapes and the splendour of nature. Back on board at 6.00pm. Departure of the cruise for Greifswald/Wieck which we will reach at the end of the evening. Dinner on board. Overnight stopover.


After breakfast on board, departure by coach for the optional tour of Greifswald, a town which has lost none of its authenticity. You will discover its principal monuments, such as the Town Hall (1738), the merchants' houses, St Nicolas cathedral, which is 100 m high. Back on board at 11.30am and departure of the cruise for Wolgast. Lunch during the cruise. We will sail by Peenemünde, a town situated on the Baltic Sea and the Peene estuary on the Island of Usedom, and will reach Wolgast around 2.30pm. Departure by coach for the optional excursion to the island of Usedom*, one of the biggest islands in Germany. A nature reserve protects its white sandy beaches, its forests, its peat bogs and its lakes. Its remarkable seaside architecture has been conserved. Back on board. Dinner and “pirate” evening on board. Overnight stopover in Wolgast.


Departure early in the morning. Breakfast during the cruise. We will cross the impressive port of Szczecin. Arrival in Szczecin around noon. Lunch on board. Afternoon devoted to the optional guided tour of Szczecin, a port city rich in remarkable traditions and history. The diversity of its heritage, which includes a number of ancient, and more modern, edifices, makes this a very exciting and attractive city. Back on board. Dinner and overnight stopover.


Breakfast during the cruise. Morning's sailing for Lunow. Lunch on board. Take advantage of the exceptional view that this cruise offers us. We will be crossing the Oder valley national park, a splendid panorama, to reach Lunow around 2.00pm. Starting point for the optional excursion to the Cistercian monastery of Chorin**. At the edge of the vast moors of the Schorfheide classed as a world biosphere reserve by UNESCO, towers one of the most beautiful Gothic edifices in Brandeburg, Chorin Abbey. Back on board in Oderberg and continuation of the cruise. We will take the boat lift in Niederfinow, an extraordinary metal construction which was built between 1927 and 1934. Dinner and gala evening on board. Arrival in Lichterfelder late in the evening. Overnight stopover.


Departure early in the morning towards Henningsdorf. Breakfast during the cruise. Morning's sailing. We will reach Henningsdorf around 11.00am. Lunch on board. Optional guided tour of Berlin***. A city rich in art treasures with numerous prestigious museums. With its intense intellectual and artistic life, Berlin attracts visitors enamoured of culture and sensitive to the geopolitical changes of the 20th century. Berlin, which was long divided, illustrating the division of the world into two blocks, is now a metropolis blessed with modern urban planning and a dynamic economic and cultural life. The city's situation at the heart of greater Europe and its role as capital of Germany once more will guarantee its growing international influence. During the excursions, the boat will sail to Berlin-Spandau. Back on board. Dinner and free evening.


Buffet breakfast on board and disembarking around 9.00am. End of our journey.