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MSC 25 nt Fly, Stay, Cruise Package

Orchestra, Germany UK Iceland Greenland ex Hamburg Return

Ship: MSC Orchestra View ship details

Cruise Line: MSC Cruises

Selected Sailing Date: 10 Aug 2019

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Special Inclusions


Return economy airfares from Australia to Germany (option to extend return date)
1 night accommodation in a 4 star hotel Hamburg, Germany
21 nights MSC Orchestra departing Hamburg - Meals and Entertainment on board, Cocktail Party and Gala Dinners, Port charges and Service Charges
Transfers (view PDF for details)

Icelandic fjords and Greenland await on your cruise aboard MSC Orchestra.
Iceland will mesmerise with its colourful wooden houses surrounded by snow-capped mountains, cascading waterfalls of Seydisfjordur and the towering peaks and fjord waters of Isafjordur.

You’ll unearth a land of fire, ice and true characters, but a world of ancient culture and stunning scenery awaits in Greenland. Backed by a panorama of mountains, Nuuk is Greenland’s capital and its fjord system is known for humpback whales.

In Ilulissat you can walk past rainbow-coloured houses right to the mouth of the fjord and view elegant icebergs. Greenland is truly one of the most beautiful cruise experiences on earth.

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Cruise Description

21 Night Cruise sailing from Hamburg roundtrip aboard MSC Orchestra.

Combining spacious, elegant interiors with the variety for which our Musica Class is renowned, MSC Orchestra promises your dream cruise. Because life aboard can be just what you want it to be.
If relaxation is your goal, there’s ample deck space to unwind in the sun or in the superb Body and Mind Spa, with pampering Turkish baths, saunas and a myriad of magical massages.

Active types have a Sports Centre with Gym, 5 stunning pools and even a jogging track that lets you keep a constant pace, undisturbed out in the fresh sea breeze.

MSC Orchestra also takes you on an exciting culinary journey, ranging from the Shanghai Chinese Restaurant with authentic Dim Sum specialties to the Four Seasons gourmet Italian dining experience and La Piazzetta, where you can discover the finest pizza outside Naples.

The designer venues on this ecological ship make every moment a special occasion, whether dancing to the live music in the leopard-style Savannah Bar, tempting lady luck in the Palm Beach Casino or catching a spectacular show in the equally spectacular Covent Garden Theatre.

Kids can go wild to their heart’s content in the Jungle Adventure playroom, while teens get their own Teen’s Club. Whatever your age and dreams, you can be sure they’ll come true for you, your friends and family on a cruise like no other with MSC Orchestra.

Highlights of this cruise:

Hamburg is a major port city and second largest city situated on the Elbe River in northern Germany. Two-thirds of Hamburg is occupied by parks, lakes or tree-lined canals, giving a refreshing rural feel to one of the country's major industrial and media centres.

Sightseeing is concentrated in two main areas, the city center and the harbor. Hamburg’s historical center is mostly modern with only a few ancient houses and churches surviving the 1841 fires and WW2 bombings. The city center looks onto the Alster Lake, of which the outer section (Aussenalster) is particularly attractive.

The other principal sightseeing center is the harbor and the adjoining red-light district of St Pauli with its infamous main street, the Reeperbahn. St Pauli is the city’s leading nightlife area, with numerous theaters and respectable nightspots. The harbor is the second biggest in Europe and provides visitors with boat tours, museum ships, the Speicherstadt warehouse museums and the colorful comings and goings of any major port.

Nuuk is the capital city of Greenland. It is located at the end of the Nuup Kangerlua fjord on the eastern shore of the Labrador Sea. It is the least populated capital in the world, but a bustling city by Greenlandic standards.

Attractions in the town include the Katuaq culture centre, the Cathedral, the National Museum and the Nuuk Art Museum. Whale watching is a popular activity in Nuuk. Sightings of humpback, minke and fin whales are guaranteed from May to November.

Located in the North Atlantic Ocean, directly east of Greenland, Iceland is Europe's westernmost country and the second largest island in the North-Atlantic ocean. Its capital, Reykjavik holds practically half of Iceland’s entire population, perhaps not surprising considering how little of the country is actually habitable. As such it is the country’s unrivalled cultural and economic centre surrounded by a vast wilderness of mountains and glaciers.

The city’s highlights are mostly found in central Reykjavik: lining Old Town and Lake Tjornin are attractive tin houses, some of the more historical buildings, and many of its restaurants and nighttime hotspots. Its nightlife is legendary, with all-night street parties in summer and a huge club scene year-round. The nearby surrounding wilderness offers walking trails at Videy Island or the lava area at Heidmork, is definitely worth a visit. At "Smoky Bay" you can see geothermal steam rising from the ground. Harnessed to heat the city, these smoke signals can be seen along with any number of natural wonders, half an hour out of town.

Kirkwall is the largest town and capital of the Orkney Islands, an archipelago of islands some 10 miles off the north coast of Scotland. Founded around 1035 by Earl Rognvald Brusason, the City and Royal Burgh of Kirkwall is the capital and administrative centre of Orkney. The name comes from the Old Norse, 'Kirkjuvagar' meaning 'church-bay' and refers to a much older church than the present day Cathedral.