Crystal's "Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" Adventure

The tragedy of Stieg Larsson is the fact that he never was around to see the success of his toils (he died of a heart attack in 2004 before the first book in his trilogy, "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo," made it big—both in print and film). Crystal Cruises will honor the late author with a new Crystal Adventure in Stockholm that takes guests to the Stockholm island of Södermalm for a walking tour centered around his novels’ content. Much like the Da Vinci Code tours that dot Europe, the tour will be flecked with factual information and stories that tie the real Stockholm to Larsson’s works of fiction. 

It will be offered on three summer Baltic voyages on Crystal Serenity: May 22-June 2’s “Baltic Explorer”; June 2-13’s “Regal Treasures”; and June 27-July 8’s “Jewels of the Baltic.”  All three itineraries include overnights in Stockholm, as well as visits to Estonia, St. Petersburg, Finland, Germany, and Copenhagen. 

Visit www.crystalcruises.com for more information.
 

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