Journey down the Neva River to explore the grand Peterhof Park and Palace
Be treated to an elegant evening at the Russian ballet in the prestigious Hermitage Theatre
Arrive on Bornholm Island and traverse the lush scenery as you sample delicious gourmet delights including fine wine.
These once-in-a-lifetime moments allow you to experience an unforgettable world of exclusive moments, incredible cultures and charming surprises
Personalise your holiday with a choice of included sightseeing options sure to leave you with lifelong memories
Be met on arrival and transfer to your hotel. This evening, get to know your Tour Director and fellow travellers at a Welcome Reception.
Stay: Two Nights: Radisson Royal Hotel Copenhagen
Today is yours to explore this enthralling city further at your leisure. This evening, enjoy a dinner with your fellow travellers at a local restaurant.Daily :
After breakfast disembark your ship and enjoy a city tour of Copenhagen, taking in the wonderful bridge-spanned canals, copper-roofed buildings and manicured parks. Visit the famous bronze sculpture of the Little Mermaid, commemorating the fairytale written by Hans Christian Andersen. Continue to Amalienborg Palace, the prime residence of Princess Mary’s Danish Royal Family. Later, visit the famous Tivoli Gardens and the Glyptotek Art Museum, which houses the private collection of Carl Jacobsen, the founder of Carlsberg Brewery.
Stay: 12 Nights: MS Hebridean SkyDaily :
Arrive on Bornholm Island and traverse the lush countryside for a morning of gourmet delights.
Visit Christiansø Island and choose between learning about everyday life on the island; discovering the history of the island’s fortress; or embarking on a nature walk.
See the old quarter including the Gothic St Mary’s Church and the Artus Court. Visit Solidarity Square, before strolling the narrow cobbled streets of the Main Town or embark on a guided kayak tour.
Arrive in the old Hanseatic port of Gdańsk.Daily :
In Klaipėda, perhaps set off on a sightseeing tour including the Martynas Mažvydas Sculpture Park, home to more than 180 works of art. Alternatively, discover the Plokstine nuclear missile launch site and visit the Cold War Museum.
Founded in 1252, Klaipėda was almost destroyed during World War II.Daily :
Perhaps you can wander through the historic centre with an informative guide, seeing the Gothic St Peter’s Church and admire the views from the observation platform. Or alternatively embark on an excursion through the city’s stunning network of canals.
Enjoy a tour of Rīga, the Latvian capital, before selecting from two sightseeing options.Daily :
Arrive in Parnu and embark on a guided tour of this harbour city. Visit Parnu Museum followed by a walk through the old town. Alternatively, visit a Nordic vineyard and truffle workshop and earn about the production and then experience the making of hand-made chocolate truffles.
In the Estonian capital of Tallinn, visit Dome Hill, the Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin, the Rotermann Quarter and Freedom Square. Otherwise, embark on a more active walk with your Expedition Team, or partake in a bicycle tour.
Tonight, be treated to an elegant evening of Russian ballet during a private APT performance at the prestigious Hermitage Theatre.
Embark upon a city tour, including the impressive 18th-century Peter and Paul Cathedral and St Isaac’s Cathedral. Discover the wonders of the Baroque-style State Hermitage Museum.Daily :
Board a coach this morning and discover the wonders of the baroque-style State Hermitage Museum. Later, visit the opulent Catherine Palace, a masterpiece of Russian architecture. Take a walk through the magnificent park that adjoins the palace, admiring the numerous pavilions, sculptures, bridges, fountains and gardens.Daily :
Perhaps enjoy a tour of sophisticated Helsinki, a well-known hotspot for art nouveau architecture and chic design studios. Visit Senate Square and Mannerheimintie. Alternatively explore Suomenlinna, a World Heritage-listed fortress that occupies six small islands.
In the Finnish town of Mariehamn, maybe embark on a historic tour, seeing the 18th-century wooden houses, the open-air Jan Karlsgården Museum and the fortress ruins of Bomarsund. Alternatively, set out on a coastal walk through stunning scenery.
Tour the narrow, twisting cobblestone alleys of Stockholm's Old Town, discovering the medieval Royal Palace. Then pay a visit to the Vasa Museum on the nearby island of Djurgården. Following an afternoon tea at historic Sigtuna, return to your ship for your final farewell dinner. Your ship will be docked in Stockholm overnight allowing you to further immerse yourself in the local lifestyle after dinner.Daily :
Disembark your ship and transfer to the airport for your onward flight.Daily :
With only 59 suites, our ships allow you to venture where larger vessels cannot for greater exploration
Enjoy an all-inclusive lifestyle, with sightseeing, meals, onboard beverages, tipping and port charges taken care of
We know that great service is more than just taking care of you on holiday… it’s the unprecedented warmth, care and consideration you’ll be afforded from your first call until after your return home