On a cruise between Berlin and Copenhagen CroisiEurope offers you a glimpse of Poland. You will visit Szczecin, Poland’s 7th largest city, and its 3rd largest port. It played a major role in the anti-communist popular uprisings of 1970 and during the rise of the Solidarity trade union in the 1980s.
Today, it still has many monuments that bear witness to its rich history.
The country is home to some beautiful cities that have been built and rebuilt following conflict and war. Krakow, for example is one of the most beautiful cities in Central Europe and the Poles have been able to rebuild it to present a city steeped in history, old medieval streets and magnificent castles.
Often disputed for its innumerable riches, Poland is a country with a troubled and often bloody history, from which it finally emancipated itself to nw be able to modernise at great pace.
Here, life is in full swing and cities never sleep. Happy and free, young people go out and welcome anyone who is willing to follow them. Proud of their country and their history, the Poles are honoured to see tourists coming to discover their nation.
Visiting Poland is also like having an appointment with vast and unexplored wilderness. It is home to the last European bison and in the mountains of the south, the immense Carpathian bears. The many national parks are full of so many beautiful treasures not forgetting the incredible endemic flora and fauna.
Copenhagen - Gedser - Rostock - STRALSUND - Island of Rügen - GREIFSWALD - WOLGAST - Island of Usedom - SZCZECIN - LUNOW - LICHTERFELDER - HENNINGSDORF - BERLIN
From Copenhagen to Berlin, sail along the Baltic Sea, the Oder and the Havel on a cruise combining modernity and tradition, originality and simplicity. Visit the remains of Chorin Abbey, the finest example of brick architecture in Northern Germany. Discover spectacular coastlines with fine sandy beaches and limestone cliffs on the islands of Usedom and Rügen, but also cities with unique architecture such as Stralsund, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
BERLIN - EBERSWALDE - SZCZECIN - WOLGAST - Island of Usedom - GREIFSWALD - LAUTERBACH - Island of Rügen - STRALSUND - Rostock - Gedser - Copenhagen
From Berlin to Copenhagen, sail along the Havel, the Oder and the Baltic Sea on a cruise combining modernity and tradition, originality and simplicity. Discover cities with unique architecture such as Stralsund, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, but also spectacular coastlines with fine sandy beaches and limestone cliffs on the islands of Usedom and Rügen. Visit the remains of Chorin Abbey, the finest example of brick architecture in Northern Germany.