Baltic Cruise Deals
Here is the place to find plenty of Baltic cruise deals each offering plenty for your money. From enriching shore excursions to delicious fine-dining, there really are plenty of reasons to book your six-star cruise today. Just take a look at what we currently have to offer or if you don’t see anything you fancy, make sure you give our Six Star Cruise Concierge a call and they will be more than happy to help create the perfect holiday for you.
Baltic Cruise Deals
Our Baltic cruise deals boast plenty of variation when it comes to itineraries and cruise lines, so it’s really up to you to decide what sort of holiday you would like. From the palaces and cathedrals of Russia, to the lush green landscapes of Estonia, there’s a little something to suit every taste. And there’s even the chance to take advantage of sailings from the UK, allowing you to enjoy a hassle-free journey from start to finish.
Top 5 places to discover in the Baltics Read More
This is a region that you may have not thought about visiting before but after you read our top places to discover, you may just wish you had…
St Petersburg As this is such a huge city with so many things to see and do, many cruise ships tend to offer overnight stays here giving you more chance to explore. Top things to see here include the Hermitage Museum which was once Winter Palace and houses one of the finest collections of art in the world. Tallinn The Old Town of Tallinn has been listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site and is surrounded by magnificent walls, cobbled streets and ancient medieval buildings. Walking around the cobbled streets alone offers a fascinating insight to this city, but you can also visit the Alexander Nevski Cathedral offering onion domed rooftops. Copenhagen This is a city that’s made up of 17th and 18th century buildings, floral gardens and a beautiful promenade. Some of the most popular attractions here include; the Royal Castle Amalienborg, the Church of our Saviour, Tivoli gardens and some incredible art museums. Stockholm Referred to as the ’Venice of the north’ Stockholm is a place of 14 islands along Lake Malaren which are all connected by beautiful bridges. There is plenty of history to soak up here too with museums and historical buildings to explore and discover. Vasa Museum is a popular place as it tells the tale of a 17th century warship which sank on its maiden voyage. Helsinki During your time in Helsinki you can take a stroll along the historic streets and discover prime attractions such as the onion-domed Uspenski Cathedral, the Lutheran Cathedral and neo classical architecture dotted in and around the city’s focal point. Another must see is the Temppeliaukio Church. Also known as the church of rock, this unique site is blasted into the solid rock, offering a truly fascinating and unique visit.
Isn’t it about time you discovered this incredible region?