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June 13—Arrive in Stockholm
Upon arrival, you'll board Oceania's luxurious Marina and settle into your stateroom.

June 14—Stockholm, Sweden
Spend a marvelous day discovering this lovely city and its beautiful buildings. Visit the charming Old Town, medieval Gamla Stan, elegant royal palace, wonderful parks, and impressive Vasa Museum—a magnificently restored 17th-century warship that sank in the harbor on her maiden voyage.

June 15—Tallin, Estonia 
Step back in time as you walk through this beautifully preserved medieval town and discover its upper and lower levels, guild houses, churches and squares, famous apothecary shop, and exquisite town hall. See delightful parks, Baroque palaces, and a ruined 15th-century convent; or visit a lovely recreated rural village by the sea.

June 16 and 17—Saint Petersburg, Russia 
Explore breathtaking St. Petersburg and cruise its canals. Visit Peter and Paul Fortress, fabulous onion-domed cathedrals, and impressive palaces—from the immense Winter Palace, now the Hermitage Museum, to the fabled Catherine's Palace and Peterhof Palace, sometimes referred to as the "Russian Versailles." Enjoy an evening of ballet or traditional Russian song and dance; or take a day trip to Moscow.

June 18—Helsinki, Finland 
Admire the city's stunning modern architecture and visit its lovely parks and bustling open-air market. Take a harbor cruise past forests, beaches, villas, and a ruined Suomenlinna fortress that spans five islands; or visit historic, colorful Porvoo, Finland's second oldest town.

June 19—Riga, Latvia 
Once called the "Paris of the Baltics," Riga has regained its status as a cosmopolitan capital with dozens of museums and, arguably, Europe's most exceptional Art Nouveau architecture. Founded in 1201, Riga boasts a magnificent Old Town, Vecrīga. Riga Castle, where Latvia's President lives, was built on the site of the original settlement next to the Daugava River. St. Mary's Dome Cathedral is renowned for its stained glass windows and massive 19th-century organ, made up of more than 6,500 pipes. Outside the city limits, see traditional Latvian life on display in outdoor exhibits at the Open Air Ethnographic Museum.

June 20—Klaipėda, Lithuania 
Lithuania’s third largest city, Klaipėda, has been in and out of the hands of the Russians, Swedes, and Germans. Marvel at the impressive—and verbosely christened—St. Mergeles Marijos Taikos Karalienes Church tower, and walk through Anika Square. Head to the pristine Baltic waters lapping at the broad sands of Smiltynė Beach; or duck into the Clock Museum or Castle Museum.

June 21—Gdańsk, Poland
Enjoy the old medieval quarter of this Baltic jewel, and see the lovely Golden Gate, astonishing 15th-century Artus Court, beautiful St. Mary's Church, and remarkable Oliwa Cathedral, renowned for its three pipe organs. Then visit Solidarity Monument Square and the famous shipyard where workers rallied against the communist government; or drive into the countryside and see the fascinating 13th-century Malbork Castle, once home to Polish kings.

June 22—At Sea
Spend a relaxing day aboard the Marina.

June 23—Berlin, Germany 
Enjoy a scenic drive to the German capital, and savor landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate and glorious Charlottenburg Palace. Stroll down Unter den Linden, see the site of the Berlin Wall, and take a boat ride along the city's canals. Explore on your own, taking in one of the many museums; or discover charming Warnemünde with its lovely Gothic church, market square, and seaside promenade.

June 24—Copenhagen, Denmark 
We'll disembark in Copenhagen, bidding each other farewell. 

Registered participants will receive detailed descriptions of the excursions closer to departure.