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Petersburg was not enough either, even though the Russian visa "squeeze"  limited us to the overly expensive ship's tours. Other lines spend three days two nights in St.
Petersburg, and have more and better tour offerings. This city was the site of one of the most heroic siege defenses in all history: days during World War II.
Some lines offer tours highlighting this epic struggle, but none was available from Holland-American, unfortunately.
Based on our experience, the tours available seemed highly overpriced. We had time for shopping in downtown Belfast where the taxi dropped us at the end of our tour.
We saw more in less time at less than half the cost, even viewing some fallout from "the troubles": bricks in the street and nasty signs.
The only glitch was the return shuttle bus was not where the ship's tour office said it would be. I spotted and flagged it down at a traffic light, but others weren't so lucky.
The tour office on board was good at selling tours, but hard to find open. The saving grace was Frank, the port lecturer, a truly amazing man.
What a font of knowledge! His advice was invariably accurate, unbiased, comprehensive and witty.
Overall, there were a number of good tours, including the one to Kinsale from Cobh, the hastily arranged tour to Stonehenge and Salisbury from Southampton, the tour of Bilbao and its new museum, and the Hermitage at the Winter Palace in St.
After taking a wine country tour from Bordeaux, we were skeptical of the price vs. On the Bordeaux tour, the bus was uncomfortable, the guide poor, and the winery awful.
We were given a single glass of a white wine which I suspect didn't sell very well. The train was old and shabby, much like parts of the ship.
The "snacks" provided were awful. They didn't even have coffee on the train, which left at AM. Our guide in Berlin was an archetypical German, straight by the book.
He seemed inexperienced, and stood faced back into the bus instead of sitting facing forward, paying attention to where we were, and commenting on what we were actually seeing.
Consequently, his talk was often out of sync with what we were passing, but he rigidly stuck to his script, even when passengers asked what he was talking about.
He gave us long break at the Brandenburg Gate, which you couldn't even see as it was being repaired, shrouded in a huge ad!
This caused us to fall behind schedule, so he by-passed the Reichstag, one of the more interesting sights, to insure we were on time for lunch!
No German is late! It is Verboten! After lunch we had a break in a shopping district, but it was Sunday. Stores aren't open in Germany on Sunday.
We could window shop. It was just a little too far away from a lively, interesting looking flea market we had passed to get there and back, independently during the break.
Why not take our break there? Absolutely not! Why, someone might enjoy themselves and forget the time! First, we had to pick up the passengers who took the longer Berlin tour ending in Potsdam, far to the west.
So for an hour and a half we rode around Berlin, through what seemed an endless train yard, to the Potsdam station. The "snack" on the way back which the hotel director personally told me would be "substantial" , was a stale bagel with less than a smear of cheese and wilted lettuce, with juice, a piece of candy and fruit.
An unpleasant end to a long, disappointing day in a very interesting city. The good news was they kept the Lido open so we could get a bite to eat when we finally got back on board.
The tours in St. Petersburg were quite good, particularly the Hermitage. This is a truly magnificent building, full of impressive art and artifacts, many with interesting stories.
The quirk was that our guide, usually quite thorough, basically refused to guide us through the modern 20th century galleries at the back of the building.
She told us we could walk through them and meet her at the far end in 20 minutes or so. Then she disappeared. Later I asked her why, but got no real answer.
I suspect she felt the modern pieces aren't real art. Next day, the tour of Imperial St. Petersburg with hydrofoil boat ride on the Neva River to Petrohof was interesting but a little too long.
The bus driver nearly flew on the way back; I guess they were afraid we'd miss the boat. Earlier, the tour of Bilbao and its new Frank Gerry-designed titanium sheeted Guggenheim Museum was fascinating.
Bilbao is a really intriguing urban setting with many squares surrounded by four and five story buildings. At street level are shops and other retail businesses.
On the floor just above are professional offices, above that are apartments. Just the mix that makes for a lively, livable city!
Picturesque cycle through the old town followed by serene countryside, a tea break at a princess's house, and a bit of a climb to fabulous cliff views.
The guide was a very knowledgeable historian who also provided botany lessons about the various plants we saw along the way.
My only complaint is that I wanted to stop more often to take photos but did not want to lose the group! Find a Cruise. Home Holland America Line Cruises Holland America Prinsendam Cruise Reviews Member Review.
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Facebook Pinterest Twitter. See all photos. Editor Rating. Marcia Levin. Pros Able to access small ports the big ships can't. We cycled into Lubeck and back from the port, so had the chance to get out in the countryside - really nice day.
Lubeck itself was quite busy with tourists, but fun to see - found a simple amber necklace for my grand-daughter in the old market square.
Several people actually enjoyed the seaside town of Travemunde every bit as much as Lubeck. Fortunately the cruise line supplied a free shuttle to both towns.
These aren't advertised much in advance, but were a good option in a number of ports. Tallinn is a great port we've been there before , but with several ships in port, it really was quite overrun by tourists.
You really need to get into the back streets as much as possible. It was a rainy day again, so that impacted the enjoyment of the town.
Two days in St. Petersburg was wonderful. We booked a private excursion company TJ Travel and had a small group tour with just 10 of us.
We took the "Highlights" tour, which was really full, but definitely at a quick pace. We went to twice as many sites as we did last time on the ship tours.
As is generally the case, the cruise line led you to believe that you must take a ship's excursion if you don't have a visa, but would eventually acknowledge that you can take an tour by an official Russian tour company.
There were two tour companies that were used by our Roll Call group - TJ and Alla. I think they saw pretty much the same sites, though the Alla group was slightly larger 16 people.
Both experiences were good. Our tour did the out-of-town sites all on the first day, then the Hermitage and St. Petersburg sites on the second day so we were closer to the port and didn't have concerns about getting back on time.
The rules for this port need to be well researched and verified. The companies have a good reputation and sent all the necessary paperwork via email, so going through immigration in St.
Petersburg was actually very easy. There is a new cruise port, not right in the center but it's closer to the city and much better than being at the end of the huge commercial port.
Helsinki is a great city for exploring on your own. We had the advantage this time of docking right by the market square, so super walk-able.
The tram system works well, so getting just a little further is easy, or use it as a quick circle tour. It's a nice, super modern city with enough history for interest.
Stockholm is really easy to get around. Gamla Stan old town is within walking distance, but not close. Other sites are a ferry ride away.
Right now there are some large road construction issues as you walk into town. Of course, one of the best parts of going to Stockholm is the wonderful 3 hour sail in through the maze of islands - be sure to spend at least some time on deck.
We actually spent our time further from town this time - in the suburbs and countryside. Roskilde is easy by train and it's two main sites are worth seeing.
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