Unleash the explorer in you and embark on a cruise to the Baltic Sea. From the awe inspiring grace of Scandinavian architecture to the natural splendour of Norway's Fjords you will discover a history and way of life like no other. With so many sights to behold and indulge in; the best way to experience this region is on a cruise.
A cruise to Scandinavia is one you will never forget. Visit the stunning cities of Copenhagen, Helsinki and Oslo. Located between the Oslo fjord and the green hills of Oslomarka the Norwegian capital city is a truly unique destination, with its 19th and 20th century architecture, wooden carvings and colourful frescoes decorating the city's buildings. Visit the Viking Ship Museum and admire a spectacular view of the city and fjord from the Akershus Castle.
Situated where Lake Malaren meets the Baltic Sea, Stockholm is steeped in ancient history and culture, with cobblestone streets lined with beautiful buildings. Why not relax and sip a coffee in one of the trendy street cafes or indulge in a spot of shopping. Take the time to enjoy art galleries, antique shops and the many museums in Stockholm. Tallin, one of the oldest cities on the Baltic Sea is a capital to suit any traveller's taste filled with parks, museums, hotels and cafes.
Visit the spectacular city of St Petersburg and the famous silhouette of its signature buildings. One of the world's most beautiful cities St Petersburg has all the ingredients for an unforgettable experience, lavish architecture, an extraordinary history and rich cultural traditions. Explore the sights of the city such as the Hermitage Museum, the Peter and Paul Fortress and St Isaac Cathedral.
Call at scenic ports such as Flam, a destination of natural beauty, peace and harmony. Stavanger, a very pretty and vibrant town with an international atmosphere blended with the city's own charm; and Bergen with its rugged glacial scenery. Then by night sail serenely through the famously beautiful Fjords.
The best time to cruise to the Baltics is June and July when the days are longer, although the main season actually runs from May to September when the weather is dry and the temperatures are moderate to warm.