13
Nights
01 Jun
2020

Capital Cities of the Baltic

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines Braemar

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Day 1 - Mon 01 Jun 2020
Southampton, United Kingdom
Southampton benefits from a sheltered location, unique "double tides". The port is the busiest cruise terminal and second largest container port in the UK.

Cruise Details

What's included:

  • Shipboard accommodations
  • Ocean transportation
  • Most meals
  • Some beverages
  • Most entertainment aboard the vessel

What's not included:

  • Shore excursions
  • Specialty restaurant fees
  • Some beverages
  • Photographs
  • Gratuities/service fees
  • Medical services
  • Spa treatments

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  • Fully ABTA and ATOL Protected
  • Complete Financial Protection
  • Quality Cruise holidays at Exceptional Prices

Itinerary

Day Date Port Arrive Depart
1
01 Jun 2020
    Southampton, United Kingdom
Southampton benefits from a sheltered location, unique "double tides". The port is the busiest cruise terminal and second largest container port in the UK.
2
02 Jun 2020
At Sea
3
03 Jun 2020
At Sea
4
04 Jun 2020
  12:00am Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen, largest city and capital of Denmark, is home and final resting place of author Hans Christian Andersen, and, in fact, the fairy tale feel of the city is everywhere, from the coppery green towers alongside gingerbread houses to the cobblestone streets lined with bikes and warm people.
5
05 Jun 2020
At Sea
6
06 Jun 2020
  12:00am Helsinki, Finland
Helsinki is the centre of Finnish commerce and culture, as well as the nation's capital. The skyline features a dramatic blend of classical architecture and clean modernism, with Russian and Swedish influences throughout. Much more than, simply, the nation where saunas originated, Finland, Helsinki in particular, delight visitors with a vital sense of heritage as well as enthusiasm.
7
07 Jun 2020
  12:00am St Petersburg, Russia
Situated at the confluence of the Gulf of Finland and the mighty Neva River, this former imperial capital fascinates visitors with its strong European influences, grand residences, world-renowned museums and extraordinary monuments to a glittering past gone by. With its elegant palace-lined waterways, gilded and domed skyline, and grand boulevards where Czars once travelled in golden carriages, the majestic city of St. Petersburg well-deserves its nickname as the "Empress of the Baltic."
8
08 Jun 2020
  12:00am St Petersburg, Russia
9
09 Jun 2020
  12:00am Tallinn, Estonia
The beautiful capital city of Tallinn is one of the Baltic's great surprises, a fairyland jewel of medieval architecture perched dramatically above the sea. In 1991, Estonia won its independence from the Soviet Union without bloodshed, and since then, Tallinn has succeeded in restoring its beauty and charm. A member of the famed Hanseatic League that dominated trade in the Baltic during the Middle Ages, Tallinn has preserved its medieval Old City with its high church spires and red-tiled roofs.
10
10 Jun 2020
At Sea
11
11 Jun 2020
  12:00am Travemunde, Germany
The appealing medieval town of Lubeck is self contained, separated from newer parts of the city by a canal and river that once doubled as a moat. Within this precinct are some 1300 houses, churches, and courtyards protected as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Local lore has it that Lubeck is also the original home of marzipan, a serendipitous discovery during a siege, when the town ran out of flour and ground up nuts to use in making a bread substitute. Hot tip for those with a sweet tooth - Cafe Neideregger is said to make the best, and they have been doing so since 1806.
12
12 Jun 2020
  12:00am Kiel Canal, At Sea, Germany
The canal links the North Sea at Brunsbuttel to the Baltic Sea at Kiel-Holtenau. An average of 250 nautical miles is saved by using the Kiel Canal instead of going around the Jutland Peninsula.
13
13 Jun 2020
At Sea
14
14 Jun 2020
  12:00am Southampton, United Kingdom
Southampton benefits from a sheltered location, unique "double tides". The port is the busiest cruise terminal and second largest container port in the UK.