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The Ultimate City Break

By HarryFriday 18th April 2014

Image and video hosting by TinyPic Attributed to Christophe Pinard

Do you love the excitement you feel before a weekend away to your favourite city? A city break is a great way to explore sights, sounds and delicious food – but sometimes a weekend isn’t enough. On 12th and 24th June, the Adventure of the Seas Baltic cruise will be sailing for 12 nights, calling at Oslo, Copenhagen, Tallinn, St Petersburg, Helsinki and Bruges. Read on for more information on four of these exciting and enchanting destinations.

Oslo, Norway

Oslo is a city full of interesting and colourful architecture, fascinating culture and a tonne of things to do to keep your whole family entertained. A great place to start is Oslo’s Film Museum, or Film Museet, a place that guides you through the technological development of film in Norway. You and your kids can interact and play with a range of optical toys, as well as watching old archived films and recently released Norwegian short films. There are many regions of Oslo waiting to be explored, and one of the most popular is Oslo East. Stroll around the Botanical Garden, which is sure to be full of blooming, blossoming flowers in June, or admire the fossilised remains of dinosaurs at the Natural History Museum. Image and video hosting by TinyPic

Copenhagen, Denmark

From The Little Mermaid statue to the colourful buildings of Nyhavn, Copenhagen is a beautiful destination for the perfect city break. For a real treat, head to Frederiksborg Palace, a gorgeous example of Danish architecture that is located on the castle lake in Hillerød. Built by King Christian IV in 17th century, the palace includes a fantastic gallery of paintings for you to explore. As you walk around the grounds, you’ll soon discover the Palace Garden; a maze-like collection of small, emerald trees and colourful flowers – a must-see during a June trip. Looking for something the kids will love? Pay a visit to Experimentarium City, a fantastic science centre where you and your kids can have fun with science, learning all about earthquakes, bubbles, and dinosaurs! Image and video hosting by TinyPic Attributed to Dennis Jarvis

Tallinn, Estonia

When visiting Tallinn, a great place to begin is the medieval Old Town in the heart of the city. Rent a bike and cycle along the cobblestone streets, taking in the charming medieval architecture and iron street lamps. On foot, explore the local medieval markets and walk beside the city’s infamous City Wall - be sure to climb to the top of the wall, to take in the magnificent views of Toompea and beyond. If you’re a fan of art, take a trip to the Kadriorg area of Tallinn’s inner-city where you’ll be able to roam the many, fantastic art galleries and museums located there. Fancy a bit shopping, instead? Enjoy a trip to Rotermann, an area of the city that’s not only known for its delightful shops, but also for the terraces inside the shopping square that are transformed into outside dining during the summer months – sounds perfect to us! Image and video hosting by TinyPic  

Helsinki, Finland

If you’re holidaying with your kids then take them to the Finnish theme park Linnanmäki. Whizz around on one of the 43 different speeding rides, have fun with your family at the arcades, and enjoy exciting and hilarious performances on the outdoor stage. Starting to feel hungry? Go to one of the harbour restaurants and enjoy a seasonal favourite dish of fried vendace, a dish of fried fish smothered in a delicious garlic sauce. If you’re looking for something sweet then try the local favourite of pulla, a sweet bread that has been seasoned with cardamom – it’s perfect for when your kids need a pick-me-up. Image and video hosting by TinyPic Attributed to Astrid Kopp Want to know more about the ultimate city break? Take a look at our list of destinations to find out where else you’ll be sailing to on our June 2014 Baltic Cruises.

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