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Baltic - J306 Arcadia departing 6 Jun 2023

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Arcadia
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  • Drink packages available
Ship
Cruise Line
Embark
6 Jun 2023
Duration
16 Nights
From / To
Southampton / Southampton
Ports of call
Southampton - Kiel - Helsinki - Helsinki - Tallinn See full itinerary

Inside from £1,336pp

Outside from £1,662pp

Balcony from £2,177pp

Suite from £3,761pp

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Itinerary

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Date Date
Location Location
 
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Date 06/06/2023
Location Southampton
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The city center is a charming mix of old city walls and a large modern shopping centre. With multiple restaurants, museums, cinemas and theatres there is plenty to be explored. Time spent at embarkation and disembarkation ports may be limited which may restrict availability of shore excursions.

Date 07/06/2023
Location At Sea
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Date 08/06/2023
Location At Sea
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Date 09/06/2023
Location Kiel
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Kiel is a port city on Germany’s Baltic Sea coast. In the old town, the rebuilt, medieval St. Nikolai Church hosts classical concerts. Holstenstrasse and Dänische Strasse are streets lined with shops. Along the Kiel Fjord, the Maritime Museum displays model ships and nautical instruments in a former fish auction hall. Cruise ships dock at the Ostseekai Terminal in Germania Harbor.

Date 10/06/2023
Location At Sea
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Date 11/06/2023
Location Helsinki
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Surrounded by the sea and its own archipelago, Helsinki, the Finnish capital, retains its nautical feel with many sailing events during the summer. Exploring the fascinating sights of Helsinki, cruise guests will discover the city is also the country’s main cultural focus, offering dance, ballet, opera, and other festivals. The striking onion-shaped cupolas of the Uspensky Cathedral (modelled on the one in Odessa) are just one example of the Soviet influence on a country which achieved independence less than 100 years ago. Highlights of cruises to Helsinki also include some of the traditional Finnish building in the Senate Square and the North Harbour. Helsinki is a compact city – ‘a pocket-sized metropolis’, as it was once described – so it is easy to get around, especially in the historical centre. Or you can take the touring ‘pub tram’ and drink in the views, including the colourful flower market near the harbourfront. After months of dark, cold winter, it is hardly surprising that the Finns pull out all the stops to celebrate the genuine warmth of their summers with outdoor events all around the city such as the Coming of Spring, Midsummer, the Helsinki Festival, and the Annual Night of the Arts.

Date 12/06/2023
Location Helsinki
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Surrounded by the sea and its own archipelago, Helsinki, the Finnish capital, retains its nautical feel with many sailing events during the summer. Exploring the fascinating sights of Helsinki, cruise guests will discover the city is also the country’s main cultural focus, offering dance, ballet, opera, and other festivals. The striking onion-shaped cupolas of the Uspensky Cathedral (modelled on the one in Odessa) are just one example of the Soviet influence on a country which achieved independence less than 100 years ago. Highlights of cruises to Helsinki also include some of the traditional Finnish building in the Senate Square and the North Harbour. Helsinki is a compact city – ‘a pocket-sized metropolis’, as it was once described – so it is easy to get around, especially in the historical centre. Or you can take the touring ‘pub tram’ and drink in the views, including the colourful flower market near the harbourfront. After months of dark, cold winter, it is hardly surprising that the Finns pull out all the stops to celebrate the genuine warmth of their summers with outdoor events all around the city such as the Coming of Spring, Midsummer, the Helsinki Festival, and the Annual Night of the Arts.

Date 13/06/2023
Location Tallinn
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Another medieval masterpiece, Tallinn is enjoying a renaissance now that it is free from Russian rule. The architecture of this fine city juxtaposes Russian with Polish and Teutonic leaving you wide-eyed with wonder. From the spectacular curved domes of the Nevski Russian Orthodox Cathedral to Europe’s only remaining Gothic town hall, you’ll discover some awe-inspiring sights. You’ll find bars and restaurants in abundance, and from the winding cobbled streets and squares, the sounds of open-air markets, brass bands, choirs and even string quartets ring out.

Date 14/06/2023
Location Stockholm
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An unbelievably beautiful city, Stockholm is surrounded by clear water and unspoilt countryside that stretches deep into urban areas. The largest part of the city lies in its medieval quarter, Gamla Stan, which was built across three bridge-linked islands. In its narrow streets you’ll find countless bars, restaurants and boutiques, but if you still have time to spare, then there are over 150 museums and galleries to explore. For the ultimate experience, take a cruise past majestic buildings, tree-lined squares and spacious boulevards to capture the essence of this city of islands.

Date 15/06/2023
Location At Sea
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Date 16/06/2023
Location Riga
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Latvia’s capital and cruise port Riga dates back to the 1100’s, its inhabitants have endured long periods of occupation ever since, controlled by the Swedes, the Poles and most recently the Russians. Now they have regained independence, they are embracing western culture with enthusiasm and cruise visitors to Riga will find the city full of excellent restaurants, lively bars and Internet cafes, while its historic heart has remained unchanged for centuries. When taking one of our Riga cruises, a stroll through the narrow streets of its walled Old City is a must; take time to view the magnificent organ and medieval wall mountings of the Dome Cathedral. Shop for fabulous amber jewellery, fine linen and beautifully made wooden toys at the shops and street markets and look out for the city’s Freedom Monument, which depicts Milda, the spirit of Riga, reaching for the stars. Riga cruise highlights also include the War Museum, housed in a well-preserved 18th century defence tower, where you can learn more about the country’s troubled past at.

Date 17/06/2023
Location At Sea
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Date 18/06/2023
Location Warnemunde (Berlin)
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Warnemünde is your gateway to all things Hanseatic, which means that many of the most popular excursions offered from Warnemünde cruises provide a fascinating tour through living medieval history. Nearby Rostock still emanates some of its former glories as a major Hanseatic city. Its pedestrianised old town is full of narrow atmospheric streets, cutting between impressive centuries-old buildings. City Hall, in the New Market Place, is particularly impressive, but the 15th century St. Marien Church, with its astronomical clock, is Rostocks true focal point. From Warnemünde-Rostock, your cruise tour takes you to the magnificent 700-year-old brick cathedral of Bad Doberan is only 10 miles away. Railway buffs will love the antique railway that runs from there to the beach resort of Heiligendamm, which is 30 minutes steaming away – through landscapes of charming villages, coastal scenes and the beautiful Doberan Linden Alley.

Date 19/06/2023
Location Aarhus
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Whether you’re an art buff or a fan of Mother Nature, Denmark’s second largest city Aarhus has something to offer to everyone. Much of its vibrant social scene centres on the thriving waterfront area of Vadestedet and in the city itself you’ll find pedestrianised shopping streets interwoven with narrow lanes and timbered houses and cafés. Just south of the town is Marselisborg, and here you can visit a wildlife sanctuary or head off on a walk through the stunning Scandinavian forest. Another out of town attraction, ideal for families, is one of the largest Legoland Theme Parks in Europe.

Date 20/06/2023
Location At Sea
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Date 21/06/2023
Location At Sea
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Date 22/06/2023
Location Southampton
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The city center is a charming mix of old city walls and a large modern shopping centre. With multiple restaurants, museums, cinemas and theatres there is plenty to be explored. Time spent at embarkation and disembarkation ports may be limited which may restrict availability of shore excursions.

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