Cruise the Baltic with Scandi Classics!

19 Aug
Theatre in Helsinki

Amongst the myriad of trips and tours on offer at Scandi Classics is a variety of Baltic Sea Cruises.  Travelling by sea is invigorating and there is no better way to see travel between Helsinki, Tallinn, Stockholm and St Petersburg than on a Baltic Cruise.

Here are some of our featured Baltic Cruises to consider when planning your trip:

 

This fantastic day trip offers a taste of cruising. Depart Helsinki and in just two hours you will disembark in the magical ancient city of Tallinn, Estonia. A private walking tour of the old walled city over cobbled streets will delight, as you take in the sights of Northern Europe’s oldest capital city. Relax as you return by sea to Helsinki in the evening.

 

Sample three capital cities on one trip, settled in luxury on a Silja Line ship and enjoy all onboard facilities. Start with a city bus tour of Helsinki, and then board your ship for the overnight cruise to Stockholm. After breakfast, explore Sweden’s capital on a private half day tour before you check into a city hotel for an evening at your leisure. Day three is also at leisure until mid-afternoon, when you will reboard the ship for the evening cruise to Tallinn. Explore this mediaeval town all day with a private guided walking tour and plenty of free time. The evening return cruise to Helsinki arrives late in the evening.

 

Travel to Russia visa-free via the Baltic on either a three day or five day tour. Each features a round trip from Helsinki, fine hotel accommodation in St Petersburg, transfers, private tour for individual travellers, and plenty of free time to explore at leisure.

 

When you cruise the Baltic Sea with Scandi Classics, you will travel in luxury with the Silja Line of cruise ferries. Breathe in the freshest air in the world, marvel at the spectacular landscapes, and enjoy the onboard activities and attractions at your leisure. Arrive at your destination well rested and ready to enjoy your day.

Contact us today to explore the Baltic region by sea.

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