Northern Europe cruises offer travellers the opportunity to visit a range Baltic and Scandinavian countries and see the stunning natural beauty of the coasts and grand historical cities.
Denmark’s capital, Copenhagen is often associated with Hans Christian Andersen. Look beyond the sculpture of the Little Mermaid and find a real world fairy tale city. To get a great overview of the city, take a guided tour down the canal and see Christianborg Palace, the National Museum of Denmark and The Opera House. A short journey can take culturally curious visitors to Kronborg Castle – home of Hamlet.
Gothenburg in Sweden is a city rich in nature. The coastline and archipelago feature stunning natural beauty and wildlife and opportunities for sailing and kayaking. Within the city there is an abundance of parklands. Delsjön Nature Reserve features two lakes, forests and rocky cliffs and even hosts downhill skiing in winter.
Discover a city rich in culture with an excursion to Helsinki in Finland. The National Museum of Finland charts the history of the nation from prehistoric times to the modern age. The National Gallery features significant classical works from Finland and Europe as well as modern art. Sports fans can visit the Olympic Stadium and learn about the heritage in the Sports Museum of Finland.
St Petersburg displays the legacies of imperial Russia. The city of built on 40 islands at the mouth of the River Neva and features a range of striking palaces and churches. The walls of St Isaac’s Cathedral are a stunning site; carved in marble and featuring ornate paintings and semi-precious stones. The magnificent Winter Palace dominates the south embankment and remains one of the most popular attractions as part of the State Heritage Museum.
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