Once again, incredible spring weather accompanied us as we sailed towards the island of Gotland and the fairy tale town of Visby, Sweden. This enchanting medieval town dates to the 12th century and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Our guests had the choice of a guided bike tour of the countryside, a roaming countryside tour, or a short walking tour of Visby and Gotland's museum of cultural history. Each option gave guests the opportunity to discover the largest island in the Baltic Sea and one of Sweden's most attractive travel destinations. Medieval Visby has more church ruins than any other town in Sweden, and many of them are well preserved. We had the rare opportunity to enjoy a private performance by the local choir, “Visby Vokalensenble,” in the remains of the Romanesque church of St. Clement, built in the middle of the 13th century. Once we stepped through the portal into the church, we were transported back to the Middle Ages. What a wonderful experience and a great ending to this fantastic day.