Baltic Sea

Discover the captivating capitals of Stockholm, Helsinki, Copenhagen, and Tallinn, each with its unique blend of architecture and culture. Highlights include the imperial grandeur of St. Petersburg, well-preserved UNESCO World Heritage Sites like Tallinn, and the awe-inspiring Finnish archipelago and Swedish fjords. Experience the Midnight Sun phenomenon during the summer months and savour delicious Scandinavian cuisine both on board and ashore. Cruising the Baltic Sea provides an unforgettable exploration of majestic cities, breathtaking natural beauty, and a rich cultural tapestry.

Where is the Baltic Sea?

The Baltic Sea is located in Northern Europe, bordered by several countries including Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, northeastern Germany, and eastern Denmark. The sea stretches from the Danish Straits and the southwestern coast of Sweden to the Gulf of Finland and the Gulf of Bothnia. The Baltic Sea connects to the North Sea through the Kattegat and Skagerrak straits, with the Danish islands acting as a boundary between the two seas.

Grand History of Northern Europe

Distinctive Architecture, Historical Narratives, and Amazing Landscapes

Cruising the Baltic Sea offers a unique way to explore the myriad cultures and stunning landscapes of Northern Europe. As you sail from one intriguing capital to the next, you will experience a rich tapestry of history, art, and natural beauty, taking in breathtaking views of the coastline and enjoying the calming rhythm of the sea. Whether it's the medieval charm of Tallinn, the design-forward Helsinki, or the vibrant Copenhagen, each port of call brings a new adventure on this enchanting journey.

Where Should I Visit in the Baltic Sea?

Tallinn, Estonia
Helsinki, Finland
Copenhagen, Denmark

Tallinn, Estonia

Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, beautifully blends medieval charm and modern vibrancy. The city's heart is its UNESCO World Heritage Site Old Town, with cobblestone streets and historic squares. Notable landmarks include the Toompea Castle, the Estonian Parliament's seat, the stunning Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, and St. Olaf's Church, once considered the tallest building in medieval times. The trendy Kalamaja District attracts visitors with its colorful houses, lively cafes, and the Seaplane Harbour maritime museum. Food lovers can immerse in Tallinn's cafe culture, tasting traditional Estonian cuisine. Finally, a stroll through the picturesque Kadriorg Park and Palace adds a touch of regal flair to the visit, reflecting both Estonia's past and present.

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