Baltic cruises from the UK
Be captivated by the Baltic countries in Northern Europe. From visits to the medieval old town of Visby to the Baltic capitals, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki and Tallinn. They are a melting pot of palaces, museums and incredible art and architecture, making it perfect for ‘culture vultures’. Explore the region in style with our Baltic cruises from the UK.
Hop on one of our small ships, including our new ship Spirit of Adventure, and sail around the region, choosing from a selection of varied and inspiring experiences. On our Baltic cruises, you could find yourself contrasting the Denmark’s colourful Copenhagen with the fairy tale skyline of Tallinn or delving into the history of Gdansk… and that’s just the start.
These are some of the ports that you can visit when sailing with us to the Baltic
This large capital city is packed with preserved medieval architecture. The most valuable architectural pearls include old churches, fortifications and wooden suburbs.
Within the old town walls, venture down twisting cobblestoned paths and enjoy the gothic sight of its 13th century and 64-metre-high historical tower. This fairy tale Old town has plenty to see and do.
This easy to navigate capital of Denmark has many artistic treasures waiting to be explored with visually stimulating galleries, museums and the Tivoli Gardens. From scenic canal cruises to royal palaces, this welcoming city has many forms of adventure. One of the most popular attractions is the glorious granite and bronze sculpture of The Little Mermaid by Eriksen, a Danish sculptor.
Helsinki city has short distances to explore new things around each corner. This capital will meet your nature needs with many green spaces, including the Esplanade Park, and many cultural outdoor cafes near the waterfront.
As well as being a dream city for walking, the unique Rock Church is located here. Helsinki is also home to where the famous composer, Jean Sibelius, once lived.
Stockholm is a city with a combination of a historically rich medieval town and new trends in music and design. It encompasses an extensive natural setting, set on an archipelago of fourteen islands that are connected by 57 bridges. The island of Djurgården is home to the Abba Museum and the Vasa Museum which displays a 17th century salvaged war ship.
This city has some unique nature with endless grasslands and stretches of white sand.
The Skagen Grey Lighthouse unique light attracted a colony of artists during the late 1800s and is located at the northern tip of the Jutland Peninsula, near the confluence of the Baltic and North Sea. Here, you can stand with a foot in two different seas.
Gdansk’s medieval quarter was fully restored following heavy damage during World War II and features Dutch-style terraces of narrow multi-storied townhouses. The main square is fronted by the Gothic town hall and Artus Court, once a social hub for medieval merchants. Neighbouring St Mary’s Basilica is one of the largest brick-built churches in the world. Other attractions include the European Solidarity Centre museum and Oliwa Cathedral with its ornate Baroque and Rococo interior.