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Explore the Baltic with St Petersburg - T2312 Bolette departing 3 May 2023

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  • Small-ship cruising
  • Drinks packages available
  • Hand-crafted itineraries
Ship
Cruise Line
Embark
3 May 2023
Duration
10 Nights
From / To
Newcastle / Newcastle
Ports of call
Newcastle - Visby - Tallinn - St Petersburg - St Petersburg
Rating

Inside from £1,462pp

Outside from £1,754pp

Balcony from £2,924pp

Suite from £3,509pp

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Itinerary

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Date Date
Location Location
 
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Date 03/05/2023
Location Newcastle
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The Port of Tyne comprises the commercial docks on and around the River Tyne in Tyne and Wear in the northeast of England.

Date 04/05/2023
Location At Sea
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Date 05/05/2023
Location At Sea
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Date 06/05/2023
Location Visby
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Today a thriving holiday resort, Visby on the Baltic island of Gotland has become famous as ‘the town of roses and ruins’ – a living relic of a medieval heyday when this Hanseatic port vied in riches and fame with the great capitals of ancient Europe. Now its narrow cobbled streets and ruined churches slumber on behind the two and a half mile 13th century city wall, a haunting monument to a lost glory.

Date 07/05/2023
Location Tallinn
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Tallinn, Estonia’s capital on the Baltic Sea, is unquestionably one of Europe’s most magical capitals. This ancient Hanseatic city is justifiably proud of its beautiful churches, solid limestone houses and well-preserved cobbled streets.

Toompea Hill, with its medieval houses and alleyways, is the oldest part, and at its foot substantial remains of the city wall can still be seen, surrounded by well-maintained parks. The medieval town hall is one of the best preserved in northern Europe, and the weathercock, Gamle Toomas, is an enduring symbol of Tallinn.

The astonishing, ornate, 19th century Alexander Nevskij Cathedral was built when Estonia was part of Tsarist Russia. Kadriorg’s Castle was built by an earlier Tsar, Peter the Great, and now houses part of the Estonian Museum of Art. The “Peek into the Kitchen” tower has an exhibition of Tallinn’s military history.

Date 08/05/2023
Location St Petersburg
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The jewel in the Baltic crown and Russia’s most European city, elegant St Petersburg was the imperial capital for two centuries, and Tsar Peter the Great’s ‘Window on the West’. The sheer grandeur of the city, and its revolutionary spirit, never fail to impress.

Founded in 1703 by Peter the Great – immortalised by the city’s iconic Bronze Horseman statue – St Petersburg remains Russia’s cultural centre. The Mariinsky Theatre hosts world-class opera and ballet, and the State Russian Museum showcases a wide collection of superb Russian art.

St Petersburg is utterly captivating, with baroque palaces, wide elegant streets, ornate bridges and broad curving canals – the city is built on 40 islands at the mouth of the River Neva. The main street, Nevsky Prospekt, is 5km long and lined with cafés, bars and restaurants mixed in with upmarket hotels and sumptuous shops.

On Neva embankment, the Winter Palace, with over a thousand rooms, is the most magnificent of six buildings that make up the Hermitage Museum. It is one of 125 museums and galleries, including the imposing seafront Peterhof Royal Palace and Park. The city is enchanting during the “White Nights” of midsummer, when a brief twilight blends into dawn, and street entertainment lasts throughout the long days and short, white nights.

Date 09/05/2023
Location St Petersburg
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The jewel in the Baltic crown and Russia’s most European city, elegant St Petersburg was the imperial capital for two centuries, and Tsar Peter the Great’s ‘Window on the West’. The sheer grandeur of the city, and its revolutionary spirit, never fail to impress.

Founded in 1703 by Peter the Great – immortalised by the city’s iconic Bronze Horseman statue – St Petersburg remains Russia’s cultural centre. The Mariinsky Theatre hosts world-class opera and ballet, and the State Russian Museum showcases a wide collection of superb Russian art.

St Petersburg is utterly captivating, with baroque palaces, wide elegant streets, ornate bridges and broad curving canals – the city is built on 40 islands at the mouth of the River Neva. The main street, Nevsky Prospekt, is 5km long and lined with cafés, bars and restaurants mixed in with upmarket hotels and sumptuous shops.

On Neva embankment, the Winter Palace, with over a thousand rooms, is the most magnificent of six buildings that make up the Hermitage Museum. It is one of 125 museums and galleries, including the imposing seafront Peterhof Royal Palace and Park. The city is enchanting during the “White Nights” of midsummer, when a brief twilight blends into dawn, and street entertainment lasts throughout the long days and short, white nights.

Date 10/05/2023
Location At Sea
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Date 11/05/2023
Location Warnemunde (Berlin)
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Our port for a full day excursion to history-torn Berlin, this former fishing village and elegant bathing spa has everything a seaside resort needs: a spacious promenade, broad sandy beach and typical bathing architecture. It’s a place for leisurely strolls, a cosy pub; a coffee in a snug café and for impeccable cuisine serving wholesome local produce. Nearby Rostock itself offers breathtaking extensive woodlands, zoo and botanical gardens.

Date 12/05/2023
Location At Sea
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Date 13/05/2023
Location Newcastle
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The Port of Tyne comprises the commercial docks on and around the River Tyne in Tyne and Wear in the northeast of England.

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