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Your Itinerary

DAY 1
Warnem�nde,Germany
An ideal point from which to explore nearby Berlin, Warnemunde is a popular seaside resort in northern Germany on the Baltic Sea. Stroll down the Alte Strom, a quaint path through the heart of the city, lined with traditional buildings, restaurants, bars and shops and visit the 36m-high Warnemunde Lighthouse offering stuning views of Rostock and the Baltic Sea. Warnemunde is also home to the Teepott (teapot in German), an interesting living example of East German architecture built in the 1960s. Today the Teepott houses various restaurants and a sea voyage exhibition. For beer lovers there’s the Hanseatische Brauerei Rostock which produces the local Rostoker Pils, renowned throughout Germany.
DAY 2
Warnem�nde,Germany
An ideal point from which to explore nearby Berlin, Warnemunde is a popular seaside resort in northern Germany on the Baltic Sea. Stroll down the Alte Strom, a quaint path through the heart of the city, lined with traditional buildings, restaurants, bars and shops and visit the 36m-high Warnemunde Lighthouse offering stuning views of Rostock and the Baltic Sea. Warnemunde is also home to the Teepott (teapot in German), an interesting living example of East German architecture built in the 1960s. Today the Teepott houses various restaurants and a sea voyage exhibition. For beer lovers there’s the Hanseatische Brauerei Rostock which produces the local Rostoker Pils, renowned throughout Germany.
DAY 3 - 4
At Sea
DAY 4
Akureyri, Iceland
Akureyri is set in stunning scenery filled with charm and a thriving arts scene. The frosted scene is set on some of Iceland’s most beautiful fjords and scattered with quaint churches and magnificent waterfall. For history visit the old town where you will see the first school, hospital and theatre, the first two storey buildings built in Iceland. For more spectacular beauty visit the natural spa near Lake Myvatn.
DAY 5
Akureyri, Iceland
Akureyri is set in stunning scenery filled with charm and a thriving arts scene. The frosted scene is set on some of Iceland’s most beautiful fjords and scattered with quaint churches and magnificent waterfall. For history visit the old town where you will see the first school, hospital and theatre, the first two storey buildings built in Iceland. For more spectacular beauty visit the natural spa near Lake Myvatn.
DAY 6
Isafjordur, Iceland
Isafjord is a fishing port surrounded by stunning landscapes and mountain ranges reflecting from the deep blue waters. The Jonsgardur Park provides spectacular views and the unique arch, made out of whalebone. The Old Hospital is a cultural centre, housing an art gallery and a library. Take a boat trip to the neighbouring island of Vigur for views of a large colony of Eider ducks which farmers harvest to make a living. The town offers numerous shops and restaurants for a day spent relaxing and stocking up.
DAY 7
At Sea
DAY 8
Cruise Prince Christian Sund W
DAY 9
At Sea
DAY 10
Nuuk, Greenland
DAY 11
At Sea
DAY 12 - 13
Ilulissat, Greenland
DAY 13
At Sea
DAY 14
At Sea
The largest town in South Greenland is also one of the most charming and beautiful. Its colourful houses are congregated around the town square containing Greenland’s oldest fountain. The views of the clear blue sea and the lush green landscape are striking. Take a guided sightseeing tour to discover the history of the town.
DAY 15
Qaqortoq, Greenland
The largest town in South Greenland is also one of the most charming and beautiful. Its colourful houses are congregated around the town square containing Greenland’s oldest fountain. The views of the clear blue sea and the lush green landscape are striking. Take a guided sightseeing tour to discover the history of the town.
DAY 16
At Sea

This trendy city is full of great museums and galleries, fantastic restaurants, cosy cafés and a vibrant music and arts scene. Outdoor geothermal swimming pools are an important part of Icelandic culture and a great place to socialise with the locals. Get in touch with nature by going horse riding or whale watching.

DAY 17 - 18
Reykjavik, Iceland

This trendy city is full of great museums and galleries, fantastic restaurants, cosy cafés and a vibrant music and arts scene. Outdoor geothermal swimming pools are an important part of Icelandic culture and a great place to socialise with the locals. Get in touch with nature by going horse riding or whale watching.

DAY 18
At Sea
DAY 19
At Sea
Capital of the Orkney Islands, this ancient Norse town has many historical sights to see. The distinctive red sandstone buildings of St Magnus Cathedral and the Bishop’s and Earl’s Palaces are stunning. The town also offers a range of specialist craft shops, unique museums and cosy tearooms.
DAY 20
Kirkwall, United Kingdom
Capital of the Orkney Islands, this ancient Norse town has many historical sights to see. The distinctive red sandstone buildings of St Magnus Cathedral and the Bishop’s and Earl’s Palaces are stunning. The town also offers a range of specialist craft shops, unique museums and cosy tearooms.
DAY 21
At Sea
The city owes much of its charm to the buildings erected by Denmark’s monarchs, and boasts a treasure trove of late-Renaissance and Rococo architecture and is known as the Venice of the North. See the fabled statue of Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Mermaid, a symbol of the city and stroll along the old harbor of Nyhavn, lined with cafés, restaurants and 500-year-old gabled houses.
DAY 22
Copenhagen, Denmark
The city owes much of its charm to the buildings erected by Denmark’s monarchs, and boasts a treasure trove of late-Renaissance and Rococo architecture and is known as the Venice of the North. See the fabled statue of Hans Christian Andersen’s Little Mermaid, a symbol of the city and stroll along the old harbor of Nyhavn, lined with cafés, restaurants and 500-year-old gabled houses.
DAY 23
Warnem�nde,Germany
An ideal point from which to explore nearby Berlin, Warnemunde is a popular seaside resort in northern Germany on the Baltic Sea. Stroll down the Alte Strom, a quaint path through the heart of the city, lined with traditional buildings, restaurants, bars and shops and visit the 36m-high Warnemunde Lighthouse offering stuning views of Rostock and the Baltic Sea. Warnemunde is also home to the Teepott (teapot in German), an interesting living example of East German architecture built in the 1960s. Today the Teepott houses various restaurants and a sea voyage exhibition. For beer lovers there’s the Hanseatische Brauerei Rostock which produces the local Rostoker Pils, renowned throughout Germany.

MSC Poesia

Overview+-
Great places to visit+-

Hitchcock Lounge Cigar Room

Choose a cigar from the humidor and settle into this lounge’s timeless surroundings

Giant pool-side screen

Enjoy an alfresco movie experience watching films beside the swimming pool

Teatro Carlo Felice

Watch musicals and dazzling stage shows in this lavishly designed theatre

Facts+-

Entered Service: 2008

Refurbished: 2018

Tonnage: 92,409

Number of Decks: 16

Passenger Capacity: 2,550

Total Crew: 1,040

Number of Cabins: 1,275

Wheelchair Accessible Cabins: Yes

Number of Pools: 3

Number of Restaurants: 6

Kids Club: Yes

CALL TO BOOK: 0861 666 481

PROMO CODE: MS9I9