Baltic Cruise: Helsinki – St. Petersburg, Russia Visa Free – Tallinn – Stockholm – Helsinki

Baltic Tours with Nordic Cruises

Baltic Cruise from Helsinki to St. Petersburg, Tallinn and Stockholm | 5 Days

from 745 € per person

Subject to season and number of people in the booking.

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Helsinki (Finland), St. Petersburg (Russia Visa Free), Tallinn (Estonia), Stockholm (Sweden)


March – December 2018

Travel in Deluxe Comfort to See Four Magnificent Cities: Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Tallinn and Stockholm

Our Baltic Cruise will take you from Helsinki to St. Petersburg, and then on to Tallinn and Stockholm. You will spend one full day visiting attractions in each of these wondrous cities. A personal guide will show you all the notable sites – sharing interesting facts and tales about each city’s fascinating history, as well as pointing out scenic views to enhance your visit.

Day 1: Baltic Cruise from Helsinki

Your journey will begin in Helsinki, the Finnish capital. This glorious city is renowned for lovely architecture, outstanding museums, and a delectable array of gourmet food. As a seaside city with numerous islands and rivers, Helsinki offers many beautiful bridges to explore on foot. Impressive examples of Neoclassical buildings compose Senate Square and the city center, such as the Helsinki Cathedral. You can purchase a range of crafts, souvenirs and treats at the popular Market Square.

Your Baltic Cruise from Helsinki to St. Petersburg  will start at 6:00 pm (18:00)

Day 2: Visit St. Petersburg, Russia Visa Free

You will greet the second morning in St. Petersburg, a majestic city with 18th century imperial roots. As you walk down Nevsky Prospekt, the main avenue and hub of lively St. Petersburg, you’ll see many of this city’s most prominent buildings. On one side is the Kazan Cathedral, with 96 stone columns, a soaring dome, and a grand interior with striking mosaic floors. On the other side of the street is the dazzling Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood, designed by the most famed Russian artists of the late 19th century.

The Hermitage Museum houses one of the best art collections in the world within its massive exhibition spaces. This Baroque-style building has over 1,057 halls filled with art and artifacts from around the world, ranging from Egyptian relics to masterpieces by Leonardo di Vinci. We’ll also visit the ancient Peter and Paul Fortress, which is currently a part of the State Museum of St. Petersburg History. This compound is the oldest structure in St. Petersburg and was used for various purposes throughout history, including as a prison, military base, and science lab.

Day 3: Baltic Cruise to Tallinn

Next, we’ll sail to Tallinn, the captivating capital of Estonia. Surrounded by ancient stone walls, the Old Town will charm you with its winding alleyways, medieval cathedrals and colorful history. Notable Tallinn monuments include the Town Hall Square, built in 1404, and the Dome Church, which has tombstones dating back to the 1200s.

Day 4: Baltic Cruise to Stockholm

The harbor city of Stockholm will give you a glimpse of coastal elegance. Spread across 14 islands, this fabulous city is nicknamed “Venice of the North.” You can take ferries or an underground train to journey between the islands. One of the most popular attractions in Stockholm is the medieval Gamla Stan (Old Town), where the cobblestone streets are packed with restaurants, boutique shops, museums and the enormous Royal Palace.

One of the most remarkable and iconic images in Stockholm is the City Hall. This building features a 106 meter high tower that displays the golden Three Crowns – the national coat of arms of Sweden. We will also bring you to the unique Vasa Museum, where the world’s only preserved 17th century ship is on full display. Ten exhibitions around the ship tell tales about life on board. As the most visited museum in Scandinavia, the Vasa hosts over one million guests each year!

Day 5: Return to Helsinki

After four active days spent touring some of the most remarkable cities in the world, your luxurious Baltic Cruise will conclude in Helsinki at 11:30 am.

Baltic Cruise from Helsinki

Baltic Cruise from Helsinki

Helsinki, Finland


Church of the Savior on Blood, medieval Russian architecture

Church of the Savior on Blood, medieval Russian architecture

The Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg

The Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia

Visit Tallinn, the Old Town

Tallinn, the Old Town

Baltic Cruise from Stockholm

Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, the capital of Sweden

Stockholm, the Royal Palace

What is included:

  • Round Baltic cruise Helsinki-St.Petersburg-Tallinn-Stockholm-Helsinki (4 nights)
  • Onboard the ferry(4 nights)
  • Panoramic walking tour of Helsinki with personal guide
  • Panoramic car tour of St. Petersburg with personal guide
  • Panoramic walking tour of Tallinn with personal guide
  • Panoramic car tour of Stockholm with personal guide
  • Premium customer support (24 hr emergency phone support for existing customers, e-mail support, on-line chat, call back)
  • Fuel and harbor fee

What is not included:

  • Any transportation to or from Helsinki
  • Travel insurance

Please note:

  • All times are local
  • Check your Nordic Cruises voucher for exact departure and arrival times
  • All guests must be on board at least 1/2 hour before sailing

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