Brugge. Not a bad port, but having visited on numerous occasions find it a little bit boring.
We have visited Copenhagen on several occasions, and still love it, and will visit again in time, we cannot get enough of the city, just beautiful. The mermaid is still hanging on in there even tho' several moron's over the past Century have tried to 'behead' her. Who are these idiots??
Excellent port of call, visited many churches and cathederals, and generally had a good wander around the city, then it rained, had to take shelter in a lovely tea restaurant which made it a lovely lazy afternoon just people watching. All in all a nice day out apart from the rain.
Beautiful little town, well worth the visit. Did not take the Berlin trip as both my wife and myself have been to Berling during our military service, also think the trips are very expensive.
Well, We cannot imaging anyone not loving the St Petersburg experience, the whole trip and tours were worth every penny of the cruise. Cannot put into words the wonders that we saw in the palaces etc., although one can see a glimpse of the poverty if you looked past the glamour. A trip well worth the money.
The sailing into Stockholm past hundreds of small inhabited islands is worth the visit just to experience the beauty of these islands and inlets. Stockholm itself is wonderful, pity the city centre is in the middle of re-furbishment.
Tallin - a beautiful, quaint little town with wonderful 'middle age' towers and churches, cobbled streets et al. Another port well worth the visit.