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Capitals of the Baltic

Combine visits to mesmerising capital cities including Copenhagen and St Petersburg, with breathtaking scenic cruising on this superb no-fly voyage to the Baltic from Newcastle

No Fly Cruise
14 nights

Mid size Ship Holiday
  • Copenhagen
  • Stockholm
  • Tallinn
  • Peterhof Palace, St Petersburg

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This fantastic no-fly cruise takes in the best of the Baltic, with its incredible capital cities and awe-inspiring scenery, and includes overnight stops in Stockholm and St Petersburg.

Discover architectural masterpieces, iconic landmarks, outstanding natural beauty, and so much more. The first port of call is the beautiful Danish capital of Copenhagen, renowned for the colourful waterfront of Nyhaven, the famous Little Mermaid Statue, and pretty Tivoli Gardens. Continue to Latvia's capital, Riga, where Gothic spires dominate the skyline, before cruising the beautiful Stockholm Archipelago.

An extended stop in Stockholm allows ample time to explore the historic Gamla Stan district and watch the changing of the guard at the Royal Palace. The ship then sets sail for Tallinn, Estonia's fairytale capital, which has one of Europe's best-preserved Old Town districts.

One of the highlights of this incredible cruise is an overnight stop in St Petersburg, known as the 'Jewel in the Baltic Crown'. Golden domes and architectural wonders await as you glide into the city via the River Neva. Iconic attractions include the spectacular Peterhof Palace and the remarkable Hermitage. A visit to the Norwegian capital of Oslo is a fitting finale to this exploration of the Baltic.

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Capitals of the Baltic Itinerary

Day 1 - Newcastle (UK)

Embark your ship in Newcastle.

Day 2 - At sea

Enjoy the facilities on board during a day at sea.

Days 3-4 - Copenhagen (Denmark)

Copenhagen has a modern culture and stunning architecture. Its narrow streets are lined with cafes, bars and shops, and its bridges are popular with cycling commuters. The historic centre is home to Amalienborg Palace, Christiansborg Palace and Rosenborg Castle, while Langelinje Pier is home to the famous Little Mermaid Statue.

Day 5 - Riga (Latvia)

Eight hundred years have shaped the unique appearance and rich traditions of Latvia’s capital, Riga. The city's skyline is dominated by impressive Gothic spires. Discover fine examples of architecture as well as museums and concert halls. The city’s modern urban structures blend seamlessly with its medieval Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 6 - Cruising Stockholm Archipelago (Sweden) - Stockholm

Cruise through the Stockholm Archipelago and into Stockholm. Sweden's capital is spread across 14 islands at the head of a vast archipelago that stretches out into the Baltic. Gamla Stan, Stockholm's charming Old Town district, is home to ochre-coloured buildings and monuments. The city has an array of museums including Vasa Maritime Museum, Skansen Open Air Museum and ABBA Museum.

Day 7 - Stockholm - Stockholm Archipelago

Spend a second day in Stockholm before cruising the Stockholm Archipelago en route to Tallinn.

Day 8 - Tallinn (Estonia)

This ancient Hanseatic city is proud of its beautiful churches, solid limestone houses and well-preserved cobbled streets. Toompea Hill is the oldest part of the city, and the medieval town hall is one of the best preserved in northern Europe. The 19th-century Alexander Nevskij Cathedral soars above the city and was built by Peter the Great.

Days 9-10 - St Petersburg (Russia)

Nicknamed 'The Jewel in the Baltic Crown', St Petersburg was the imperial capital for two centuries. The Mariinsky Theatre hosts world-class opera and ballet, and the State Russian Museum houses a wide collection of Russian art. Iconic sights include the Hermitage Museum and the incredible Peterhof Palace with its cascading fountains.

Days 11-12 - At sea

Enjoy the facilities on board during days at sea.

Day 13 - Oslo (Norway)

Oslo, the capital and largest city of Norway, is surrounded by mountains and its own fjord. The National Gallery is home to Edvard Munch’s iconic ‘The Scream’, along with works by other artists including Picasso. The Viking Ship Museum houses three ships recovered from royal burial mounds in the Oslofjord, while the medieval Akershus Castle which dominates the harbour is also worth a visit.

Day 14 - At sea

Enjoy the facilities on board during a day at sea.

Day 15 - Newcastle (UK)

Disembark your ship in Newcastle.

The Captain reserves the right to modify the cruise itinerary.

Price Includes

  • 14-night cruise
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, plus late night snacks
  • Self-service tea and coffee at selected venues
  • Morning coffee with biscuits
  • Afternoon Tea daily
  • Evening entertainment, including cabaret shows, live music and dancing
  • Captain's Drinks Party and Gala Buffet
  • Onboard activities and lectures throughout the day
  • Use of leisure facilities, including swimming pools, Jacuzzis and gym
  • Luggage porterage between your room and the drop-off/pick-up point
  • All UK port taxes (where collectable in advance)

Price Does Not Include

  • Travel to/from the port
  • All drinks on board (optional 'All Inclusive Upgrade' available on selected cruises)
  • Shore Tours and RIB Tours
  • Hairdressing, health & beauty treatments and selected fitness classes
  • Personal laundry and dry cleaning
  • WiFi
  • Visa costs if applicable
  • Travel insurance
  • Discretionary gratuities to the crew, drivers, guides, etc. on board and ashore
  • Evening dining in premium restaurants; The Grill, The Black Watch Room & The Poolside
  • Chocolates and beverages from The Bookmark Cafe
  • Premium Traditional Afternoon Tea
  • Games of Blackjack and Roulette

Special Features

  • Visa Required for Russia: All guests wishing to go ashore independently of Fred. Olsen’s organised tours whilst in Russia must be in possession of a valid entry visa, regardless of the guest’s nationality.
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