Scandinavia: Around the Baltic Sea

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Take a trip through the capitals of the Baltic Sea: you will discover Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn and Riga

Through this round trip, you will see two different worlds: the Scandinavian and the Baltic influences are bordering the Baltic Sea. Discover the capitals and explore those very different cities, sailing from one to another.
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  • Stockholm
    Sweden, Stockholm

    Arrival to Stockholm.

    Transfer to the hotel in the city centre – self -arranged .

    Stockholm – elegant, dotted with green parks, built across 14 islands – is often called The Venice of the North. Surrounded by water and woods, bursting with energy, modern and progressive but still respectful to its heritage and traditions, Sweden’s stunning capital remains in every visitor’s memory green, clean and underrated.


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  • Stockholm - Helsinki
    Finland, Helsinki (Helsingfors)

    Make sure you have time to see the most popular tourist attractions of the city; a visit of the medieval quarter of Gamla Stan, with winding streets lined with shops, art galleries and charming cafes is a must. A short walk away is the Royal Palace; with a bit of luck you can catch the changing of the guard .


    Stroll through the Old Town pay a visit to The Cathedral and The City Hall, where the Nobel party is held. Not to be missed is The Vasa Museum which is built around the world’s only surviving 17th century warship. Make sure that Skansen Open Air Museum is also on your to see-list. To experience Stockholm at its most sublime, we recommend one of many boat trips from downtown. This is an extremely attractive offer if you want to see Stockholm from the water.


    In the afternoon you board the cruise ship bound for Helsinki.

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  • Helsinki
    Finland, Helsinki (Helsingfors)

    The Capital of Finland offers lots to see, do and experience for visitors of all ages.

    Surrounded by the sea, it is often called The Daughter of the Baltics. It is the city where Eastern and Western cultures meet. The architecture of the capital reflects a charming mix of Scandinavian and Russian influences. You have the whole day to explore this amazing city on your own.

    Make sure you have time to see the famous Tuomiokirkko Cathedral - Finland's most famous and photographed building, the Senate Square - a unique and cohesive example of Neoclassical architecture, the astonishing church carved into the rock and the Sibelius monument. You can also take the ferry to the world´s biggest sea fortress, Suomenlinna.

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  • Helsinki - Tallinn
    Estonia, Tallinn

    Self –arranged transfer to the terminal where you embark the ship bound for Tallinn – Estonia’s capital (2 h). Upon arrival self-arranged transfer to the hotel.

    Like most cities with an eight-hundred-year-old past, Tallinn is a patchwork of historic areas. The city’s pride is without a doubt its Medieval Old Town, built up from 13th to 16th century when Tallinn was a thriving member of the Hanseatic Trade League. The unique system of walls and towers gives the Old Town very special fairy tale charm and creates an unforgettable atmosphere . With nearly 2 km of city wall, Tallinn boasts one of Europe’s best preserved Medieval fortifications.


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  • Tallinn
    Estonia, Tallinn

    Today, you can visit the equally enchanting Kadriorg district, symbol of the time when Estonia was ruled by the Russian Tsars. A ‘must see’ is the picturesque Town Hall Square surrounded by merchant houses, Toompea Castle and St. Nicolas’ Orthodox Church.


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  • Tallinn - Riga
    Latvia, Riga

    Departure by bus to Riga, the capital of Latvia.

    Riga is often called the gem of the Baltic. Thanks to the collection of Art Nouveau buildings, architecture reflecting the entire history of the city from 1201 to present day and a unique collection of wooden developments, Riga has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


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  • Riga - Stockholm

    Get ready for a fascinating walking tour into the history of Latvian capital. Riga is a very tourist- friendly place as most of the sights are within a walking distance. Start from the Old Town and the castle of the Livonian Order, the group of houses called the Three Brothers and the beautiful Dome Cathedral.

    Strolling through the city you will see the remains of the Hanseatic times, when Riga was a mighty Baltic harbour. One of the buildings dating back to that time is The House of the Blackheads. An absolute must–see in Riga is the collection of Art Nouveau buildings.


    In the afternoon you board the cruise ship bound for Stockholm.

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  • Stockholm
    Sweden, Stockholm

    Arrival in Stockholm, self arranged transfer to the hotel.
    You have one more day in the Swedish capital to see all the places you did not have time to visit in the beginning of your trip.

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  • Stockholm - Departure
    Sweden, Stockholm

    Self arranged transfer to the airport.
    End of the trip.

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Includes
  • Breakfasts
  • Inside cabin on board the cruise Stockholm - Helsinki and Riga - Stockholm
  • 3-star hotels in city centre
  • Bus Tallinn - Riga
  • Cruise Helsinki - Tallinn
Excludes
  • Lunches
  • Flights
  • Travel Insurance
  • Dinners
  • Transfers to/from the airport or pier
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