Nearly 100 Shore Excursions Accompany Carnival Splendor in Northern Europe

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When Carnival Splendor debuts next month in Northern Europe, it will be accompanied by almost 100 different shore excursions. The ship will operate a series of five 12-day cruises July 13 to August 30, from London, visiting Copenhagen, Berlin, Helsinki, St. Petersburg (two-day call), Tallin in Estonia and Amsterdam.

In Copenhagen, passengers can visit Amalie Palace, the winter home of the Danish Royal Family; Helsinki offers Suomenlinna Island Fortress, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1991; in Berlin passengers can take a tour of the city, including a river cruise down the Warnow River; the Hermitage Museum and Gold Room awaits in St. Petersburg; in Amsterdam guests can visit the Rijksmuseum and tour the many famed architectural sites; while in Tallin guests can take a Medieval walking tour.

Following Splendor's Northern Europe voyages it will sail Mediterranean itineraries through October 25. Visit www.carnival.com.

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