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Best Europe ports-please advise

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My husband, myself and my three children just returned from a 10 day Baltic cruise on Princess and loved it...especially my children and myself. We would like to do another Europe cruise next year but my husband wants to be more immersed, as we are when we travel on our own to Europe. I understand the trade off of cruising but can anyone suggest a cruise line where there are longer stays at the port of calls, like we experienced in St. Petersburg.
Thank you!
Patricia

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