Baltic Capital Cities

Resort:Baltic Capital Cities
Operator: Saga
Destination: Denmark, Estonia, Norway, Russia, Scotland, Sweden, United Kingdom
Price From: £2269.00

Discover some of the capital cities of the Baltic

Set sail aboard Balmoral to explore some of the fabulous capital cities of the Baltic. Stroll in Copenhagen, marvel at the medieval old town of Tallinn in Estonia, and head for Visby, the capital of the island of Gotland in Sweden, a UNESCO World Heritage Site renowned for its 13th-century walls. Youll also moor overnight in stately St Petersburg, stop in Stockholm and see why Oslo has been named as the European Green Capital for 2019.

Saga price includes…

And on your cruise

  • Full board
  • Afternoon tea
  • Room service
  • Captains drinks party and gala buffet
  • Activities, entertainment and leisure facilities
  • Shuttle bus at selected ports
  • Porterage of luggage

*Drinks package includes selected beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks and 50% off selected premium brands and cocktails.


11/07/2019 Rosyth, Scotland

After taking Saga’s included UK door-to-door travel service to Rosyth, embark Balmoral.

Depart late afternoon.

12/07/2019 At Sea

Spend the day at sea.

13/07/2019 Copenhagen, Denmark

Arrive early afternoon. Depart late night.

A stroll along the Nyhavn, Copenhagen’s pretty 17th-century waterfront, is a must when you visit Denmark’s lively capital, as well as the Amalienborg Palace and Kronborg Castle. Also, don’t miss the famous Little Mermaid statue at Langelinje Pier.

14/07/2019 At Sea

Spend the day at sea.

15/07/2019 Tallinn, Estonia

Arrive early afternoon on July 15. Depart late afternoon on July 16.

Tallinn is the capital of Estonia and its historic centre a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once part of the Hanseatic League, the cobbled streets of the upper old town are home to a castle and cathedral, narrow alleys and medieval buildings. By contrasts the modern part of the city boasts shopping centres, high rise buildings, squares, restaurants and bars.

17/07/2019 St Petersburg, Russia

Arrive early morning on July 17. Depart late afternoon on July 18.

Elegant St Petersburg was founded by Tsar Peter the Great and was built on 40 islands at the mouth of the River Neva. With its baroque palaces, wide streets, bridges and broad canals, the city is also home to the Winter Palace, one of six buildings that make up the renowned Hermitage museum.

19/07/2019 Stockholm, Sweden

. Arrive early morning. Depart late afternoon.Cruise through the beautiful Stockholm Archipelago to Stockholm, the capital of Sweden. The city is made up of islands criss-crossed with bridges and has a choice of museums to explore including the ABBA and the Vasa Museum, the Royal Palace official residence of the King of Sweden, parks, shops, a cathedral and more.

20/07/2019 Visby, Gotland, Sweden

Arrive early morning. Depart late afternoon.

The fortified Hanseatic city of Visby is a UNESCO World Heritage site distinguished by its 13th century city walls that extend to over three kilometres. Within the city lie a cathedral and some 200 medieval buildings as well as botanical gardens and a choice of museums with artefacts tracing the islands history and Viking connection.

21/07/2019 At Sea

Spend the day at sea.

22/07/2019 Oslo, Norway

Arrive early morning. Depart late afternoon.

Set at the head of the Oslofjord and surrounded by countryside, Oslo has a host of tempting attractions to explore. Perhaps visit the National Gallery, see the medieval Akershus Castle, learn about the Vikings at the Viking Ship Museum with its three ships on display, or explore the famous sculpture park of Vigelandsparken.

23/07/2019 At Sea

Spend the day at sea.

24/07/2019 Rosyth, Scotland

Arrive early morning.

Disembark after breakfast for your included UK door-to-door travel service home.