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Cruises to the Baltic Sea

Once sailed by explorers of the Viking Age, the Baltic is home to a myriad of cultures, languages and storied pasts. The northernmost region of Europe encompasses the Scandinavian countries such as Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland. Most Baltic cruises overnight in glorious St. Petersburg, Russia; stops in historic Tallinn, Estonia, and Warenmude, Germany - gateway to Berlin - are also possible. The breathtaking Norwegian fjords represent a world all in its own.
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Cruising is the best way to explore Scandinavia and Russia. Find out why.
Best Baltic Sea Shore Excursions Best Baltic Sea Shore Excursions
Find the perfect shore excursion, from Copenhagen to St. Petersburg (and the ports in between).
7 Attractions for Return Cruisers 7 Attractions for Return Cruisers
Back for more Baltic? Read our recs on lesser-known things to see and do.

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74% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Copenhagen -> Oslo -> Cruising -> Berlin -> Cruising -> Tallinn -> St. Petersburg -> St. Petersburg -> Helsinki -> Stockholm -> Cruising -> Copenhagen
74% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Copenhagen -> Rostock (Warnemunde) -> Cruising -> Tallinn -> St. Petersburg -> St. Petersburg -> Helsinki -> Stockholm -> Cruising -> Kiel -> Gothenburg -> Copenhagen -> Helsingborg -> Copenhagen
88% Loved It
Popular Itinerary:
Southampton -> Cruising -> Bergen -> Flam -> Geiranger -> Alesund -> Stavanger -> Cruising -> Southampton
The harbor town of Aarhus is off the beaten track -- so much so that ...
The second-largest city in Iceland (yet still small, with fewer than ...
Alesund is located on a series of islands along Norway's coast. It ...
Bergen, known as the "Gateway to the Fjords," is Norway's ...
A visit to Berlin is simply not to be missed no matter how long the ...
At first glance, Bremerhaven doesn't look like the world's most ...
Cobh (Cork)
Dominated by a mighty neo-gothic cathedral, Cobh -- pronounced "Cove" ...
According to a recent World Happiness Report, the Danes are the ...
Flam, meaning "little place with steep mountains," could not have a ...
Think Gdansk and think home of Solidarity: the labor union that ...
Geiranger is a tiny little village, situated at the end of the UNESCO ...
The 203-foot tower of Masthuggs Church pierces the skyline of ...
Hamburg, Germany's foremost port and one of its most handsome cities, ...
Helsinki is a city with a variety of identities. Maybe it's the ...
Ilulissat means "iceberg" in Greenlandic. One look and it's obvious ...
Situated on what's known as the "Mainland" of the Orkney archipelago, ...
Kristiansand is not an obvious choice for a cruise ship visit, and ...
Once a popular setting for spy movies and Cold War propaganda films, ...
Compared with other Scandinavian capitals, Oslo is a cozy, somewhat ...
Europe's northernmost and westernmost capital is a delightful ...
Riga, founded in 1201, is the geographical center of the Baltic ...
Rostock (Warnemunde)
The fine old Hanseatic red-brick town of Rostock and its neighboring ...
Spitsbergen (Svalbard)
Svalbard is the official Norwegian name for the island archipelago ...
St. Petersburg
There's something eerily fascinating about coming to St. Petersburg. ...
Since the days of the Vikings, Stavanger's fate has been tied to the ...
Named in this century as both Europe's Cultural Capital and also the ...
Estonia's capital city is only 53 miles across the Gulf of Finland ...
Tromso, also known as the Arctic Capital or the France of the North, ...
Trondelag, or Trondheim, has been the city of kings ever since Viking ...
To be honest, there's not a great deal to do in Visby. But then, ...
We just returned from our Baltic cruise on the Regal Princess. Before the cruise, we stayed three nights at the Avenue Hotel in Copenhagen. We found this trip called for lots of preplanning, due to the number of ports. Our decision to spend the ... Read more
Terrific Experience andyanddonna
My wife and I have gone on numerous cruise lines, and this was our second on Oceania. Our first Oceania experience was on the larger Marina, and this time we chose the smaller Nautica. We had a wonderful experience. The ship had been ... Read more
In common with, I believe, a lot of people who had booked a cruise on the Magellan I was worried about what we might find. There was no need to. I am no seasoned cruiser and have not traveled on and of the big names company ships, but it is hard to ... Read more
Second Time on Magellan agathachristiefan
This was my second time on Magellan and I had a wonderful holiday. It was relaxing and the itinerary and weather were fantastic. Very good value for money. A special mention to all the staff on Magellan who are friendly and very hard working, they ... Read more
Our holiday began the moment we stepped on board. All the crew were friendly and welcoming and looked after us very well. The cabin was spacious and clean and our cabin steward provided excellent service throughout the cruise. We took our ... Read more
My wife and I had a hugely enjoyable cruise, the main reason for going was to visit St Petersburg but the other destinations were interesting. The ship is spotless both inside and out , maintenance is continuous and any faults or problems are ... Read more
Just returned from a great cruise to St Petersburg on CMV's Magellan and thought I'd write a note to allay the fears of others who may have been concerned about some of the early reviews. To cut to the chase, CMV offer very good value but you don't ... Read more
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