World-class art, architecture and history await in this enthralling destination
The Baltic – countries in Northern Europe such as Denmark, Estonia, Poland, Latvia, Sweden and Russia – is 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.
Hop on one of our small ships and spend two weeks sailing around the region, choosing from a selection of varied and inspiring experiences. On our Baltic cruises you could find yourself contrasting the Tsars’ treasures in Russia with the fairytale skyline of Tallinn, delving into the history of Gdansk or uncover the fascinating cities beside the Gulf of Bothnia… and that’s just the start!
Discover St Petersburg
Russia’s magnificent showcase city of vast squares, grand boulevards and elegant palaces, packed with treasures from the reign of the Tsars.
With so much to discover, we always moor our small ships overnight in the city, giving you two full days to see it all. Best of all, book a Baltic cruise excursion and we’ll arrange your Russian tourist visa free of charge, taking away all the hassle of doing it yourself before you sail.
Take your seat at the ballet
Don’t miss your chance to enjoy a stirring ballet performance in one of St Petersburg’s old theatres. Beginning with an early evening drive from the ship and through the city’s boulevards, you’ll then take your seat for the performance from a renowned local ballet company.
A private tour of the Hermitage
We offer a special evening at the Hermitage in St Petersburg. This means you can tour the world’s largest museum out-of-hours, when the crowds have gone.
Better still, the experience ends with champagne and a classical music recital in one of the opulent halls.
Heading ashore in Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, offers a truly magical experience, like stepping back to medieval times.
The Upper Town is filled with watchtowers, graceful spires and winding cobbled streets, and the Lower Town by its red gabled roofs and soaring spires – giving the capital a unique ‘fairytale’ quality.