Peter the Great was the first Tsar to travel to Europe

Cruises to Baltic – Australia’s best Baltic Cruise Deals

Once sailed by explorers of the Viking Age.

The Baltic is home to a myriad of cultures

languages and storied pasts.

The northernmost region of Europe encompasses the Scandinavian countries such as Sweden

Denmark, Norway and Finland.

Most Baltic cruises visit glorious St

Petersburg.

Russia; with stops in historic Tallinn

Estonia, and Warenmude, Germany – gateway to Berlin.

Baltic destinatinations include Estonia

Latvia, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Sweden & Denmark.
$165 $2,469.
$175 $2,271.
$184 $2,396.
$186 $3,159.
$186 $3,159.
$186 $3,159.
$186 $2,789.
$191 $2,481.
$193 $2,899.
$202 $3,029.
$207 $2,069.
$216 $3,239.
$244 $3,667.
$256 $2,556.
$259 $3,882.
$266 $3,729.
$275 $3,029.
$287 $4,300.
$300 $4,503.
$307 $4,602.
$309 $9,564.
$312 $9,661.
$312 $4,058.
$322 $4,191.
$541 $7,571.
$545 $7,090.
$567 $7,368 P&O Cruises UK.
$165 $2,469.
$186 $3,159.
$186 $3,159.
$186 $3,159.
$186 $2,789.
$193 $2,899.
$202 $3,029.
$207 $2,069.
$216 $3,239.
$275 $3,029.
$175 $2,271.
$184 $2,396.
$191 $2,481.
$244 $3,667.
$256 $2,556.
$259 $3,882.
$266 $3,729.
$287 $4,300.
$312 $4,058.
$322 $4,191.
$300 $4,503.
$307 $4,602.
$309 $9,564.
$312 $9,661.
$541 $7,571.
$545 $7,090.
$567 $7,368 London.
Hamburg.
Oslo.
Stockholm.
Copenhagen.
$165 $2,469.
$186 $3,159.
$186 $3,159.
$186 $3,159.
$186 $2,789.
$193 $2,899.
$202 $3,029.
$207 $2,069.
$216 $3,239.
$244 $3,667.
$275 $3,029.
$300 $4,503.
$307 $4,602.
$309 $9,564.
$312 $9,661.
$175 $2,271.
$184 $2,396.
$191 $2,481.
$266 $3,729.
$312 $4,058.
$322 $4,191.
$256 $2,556.
$259 $3,882.
$287 $4,300.
$541 $7,571.
$545 $7,090.
$567 $7,368.
$275 $3,029.
$165 $2,469.
$175 $2,271.
$184 $2,396.
$186 $3,159.
$186 $3,159.
$186 $3,159.
$186 $2,789.
$191 $2,481.
$193 $2,899.
$202 $3,029.
$207 $2,069.
$216 $3,239.
$244 $3,667.
$256 $2,556.
$259 $3,882.
$266 $3,729.
$287 $4,300.
$300 $4,503.
$307 $4,602.
$309 $9,564.
$312 $9,661.
$312 $4,058.
$322 $4,191.
$541 $7,571.
$545 $7,090.
$567 $7,368 Fortunately, my first contact with this company involved Shannon from their Balwyn office.
The service received to-date has been nothing less than outstanding .
Shannon is an absolute credit to the company and I would have no hesitation in recommending her, and “Cruise offers” to those considering a cruise.
Always provided quick response s to email enquiries.
Easily changed booking to a lower fare when it became available later.
I have used cruise offers twice and they have the best value when it comes to cruises.
Jodi and freya were both great to deal with and will certainly use them again HIGHLIGHTS OF Baltic .

St Petersburg Exploring beautiful St Petersburg is a highlight on a Baltic cruise

Founded in 1703 by Peter the Great as a northern port with an unrestricted passage to the Baltic.
Peter the Great was the first Tsar to travel to Europe, returning with many ideas for reforms and different architectural styles.
Highlights include the SS Peter and Paul Cathedral and fortress and the world-famous Hermitage Palace, with its wonderful art collection, the imperial palace at Tsarskoe Selo; the Catherine Palace and the amazing Peterhof Palace, which was built to rival Versailles and sits atop a hill overlooking the Gulf of Finland.
Peter the Great drafted the layout for the awe-inspiring 300-acre park and supervised the design of the palace fountains.
St Petersburg Exploring beautiful St Petersburg is a highlight on a Baltic cruise.
Founded in 1703 by Peter the Great as a northern port with an unrestricted passage to the Baltic.
Peter the Great was the first Tsar to travel to Europe, returning with many ideas for reforms and different architectural styles.
Highlights include the SS Peter and Paul Cathedral and fortress and the world-famous Hermitage Palace, with its wonderful art collection, the imperial palace at Tsarskoe Selo; the Catherine Palace and the amazing Peterhof Palace, which was built to rival Versailles and sits atop a hill overlooking the Gulf of Finland.
Peter the Great drafted the layout for the awe-inspiring 300-acre park and supervised the design of the palace fountains.
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