Cruise the Baltic.
Many have described the Baltic region as one of the world’s most exciting cruise destinations, yet few Australian cruisers have ticked this off their wish list!
The Baltic Sea is a unique salty inland sea, the largest body of brackish water in the world. Cruising the Baltic Sea is a sightseeing wonderland; a scenic tour of unspoilt beauty that can often lead to cruise passengers witnessing a brilliant Northern Lights display.
However, to add relish to any Baltic cruise itinerary liners tend to concentrate on popular port of calls along shoreline-sharing countries such as Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Finland, Germany, Poland, Russia, and Sweden …just to remind you that civilisation occurs at every stop!
Baltic cruises ideally originate in easy-to-get-to ports such as London (Tilbury) or Southampton, Amsterdam and Copenhagen - during northern hemisphere summer months May-August. Flights to these regions are always available and Cruisescene are accredited IATA agents offering great deals, most often unmatched by fares featured on the internet.
WHO CRUISES THE BALTIC?
Popular picks: Royal Caribbean Cruises, Princess Cruises, NCL Cruises and Disney Cruises
Luxury experience: Oceania Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises
First Class experience: Ponant, Tauck and Hapag-Lloyd Cruises
Naturally there are many cruise lines operating in the beautiful Baltic region, most affording two night stop overs in the likes of St Petersburg, Russia - which is a major highlight of any cruise tour. Whatever your cruise line preference is, our cruise travel specialists are more than equipped to provide customers with a start to finish cruise travel solution to the Baltic Sea, or anywhere else.