Baltic Sea Cruises 2019 - 2020

The Baltic Sea is a charming part of northern Europe and has so many options on different cruises, including Stockholm, Helsinki, Tallinn and St. Petersburg!

Baltic Sea

Unravel the intrigue of the former Eastern Bloc, be dazzled by the jewels of Scandinavia and admire some of the world’s most spectacular landscapes on board a Baltic Sea cruise. Immerse yourself in a curious world where old meets new, where ancient landmarks blend effortlessly into urban metropolises and charming traditions flirt with cosmopolitan culture. Cruise the Baltic Sea for the chance to marvel at the magnificent Norwegian Fjords, admire majestic architecture in St Petersburg or stroll winding cobbled streets in Tallinn’s charming old town. Cruise the Baltic Sea in the epitome of comfort and style from Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Berlin on board Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Line or Viking River Cruises.

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  Popular Itineraries
Memorable Warnemünde Sail with Costa Cruises
Memorable Warnemünde Sail with Costa Cruises
7 Nights with the Costa Fascinosa
 July 2020
p.p.from $1,499
Enticing Geiranger with Costa Fascinosa
Enticing Geiranger with Costa Fascinosa
7 Nights with the Costa Fascinosa
 July 2020
p.p.from $1,499
Explore Memorable Rotterdam from Southampton
Explore Memorable Rotterdam from Southampton
12 Nights with the Island Princess
 September 2020
p.p.from $2,590
Costa Fascinosa Getaway from Warnemünde to Savona
Costa Fascinosa Getaway from Warnemünde to Savona
13 Nights with the Costa Fascinosa
 September 2020
p.p.from $1,629
Genoa to Copenhagen with Costa Fascinosa
Genoa to Copenhagen with Costa Fascinosa
13 Nights with the Costa Fascinosa
 May 2020
p.p.from $1,689
  Hot Offers
Memorable Warnemünde Sail with Costa Cruises
Memorable Warnemünde Sail with Costa Cruises
7 Nights with the Costa Fascinosa
 July 2020
p.p.from $1,499
Enticing Geiranger with Costa Fascinosa
Enticing Geiranger with Costa Fascinosa
7 Nights with the Costa Fascinosa
 July 2020
p.p.from $1,499
Delightful Gothenburg with Costa Fascinosa
Delightful Gothenburg with Costa Fascinosa
7 Nights with the Costa Fascinosa
 May 2020
p.p.from $1,159
Breathtaking Geiranger with Costa Cruises
Breathtaking Geiranger with Costa Cruises
7 Nights with the Costa Fascinosa
 May 2020
p.p.from $1,309
8-Day Wonderful Expedition to Tallinn
8-Day Wonderful Expedition to Tallinn
7 Nights with the Costa Magica
 August 2020
p.p.from $1,049
  Norwegian Fjords Cruises
29-Day Journey to Mesmerizing Gothenburg
29-Day Journey to Mesmerizing Gothenburg
28 Nights with the Riviera
 August 2019
p.p.from $8,999
Stunning Nuuk Expedition with Oceania Cruises
Stunning Nuuk Expedition with Oceania Cruises
44 Nights with the Riviera
 August 2019
p.p.from $14,249
Memorable Warnemünde Sail with Costa Cruises
Memorable Warnemünde Sail with Costa Cruises
7 Nights with the Costa Fascinosa
 July 2020
p.p.from $1,499
Enticing Geiranger with Costa Fascinosa
Enticing Geiranger with Costa Fascinosa
7 Nights with the Costa Fascinosa
 July 2020
p.p.from $1,499
Explore Memorable Rotterdam from Southampton
Explore Memorable Rotterdam from Southampton
12 Nights with the Island Princess
 September 2020
p.p.from $2,590
Top Baltic Sea Ports
Copenhagen, Denmarkfrom
$304

Copenhagen is situated on Denmark’s southern coast, straddling the Baltic Sea. The bustling Nordic metropolis has been named the happiest city in the world, luring visitors year-round with its intriguing history, charming Scandinavian culture, colorful architecture and quirky arts and design scene. The city is renowned for its magical Tivoli Gardens, a fairytale-like amusement park and national treasure, which has been captivating creatives like Walt Disney since 1843.

Highlights of Copenhagen
  • Follow in the footsteps of Hans Christian Andersen and explore the colorful Nyhavn canal
  • Explore Christiania, a fascinating anti-capitalist self-governing commune filled with DIY homes, collective businesses, flea markets, beer gardens and music venues
  • Stroll down Stroget, Copenhagen’s 7-mile long shopping street, and marvel at the Danish flair for creativity and design
St. Petersburg, Russiafrom
$534

St Petersburg, nicknamed locally as ‘Venice of the North’, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world. There are hundreds of canals and bridges interlacing St. Petersburg, making the sprawling metropolis an excellent opportunity to explore by boat. A walk through historic St. Petersburg feels akin to being in an open-air museum filled with centuries old landmarks, lavish gardens, and imperial palaces, which earned the city a place as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Highlights of St. Petersburg
  • Visit the Church of Spilled Blood, famous for its onion-shaped domes and colorful gaudy-style mosaic decorations
  • Experience the magic of the white nights, a 22-night period in summer where the midnight sun brings the city to life at night
  • Wander through the world’s biggest treasure of art at the 18th century Hermitage Museum
Tallinn, Estoniafrom
$827

Tallinn is situated on the northern coast Estonian coast facing the Baltic Sea. Tallinn’s old town lures tourists with its remarkably well-preserved Medieval architecture, where narrow streets and secret passages often lead to charming squares. Tallinn is also renowned for its gastronomy scene innovative local chefs, which blessed with exquisite local produce apply old traditions with new techniques to create delicious nouveau cuisine.

Highlights of Tallinn
  • Take a tour inside the 17th and 18th centuries Bastion passages, which were built to support the Estonian army throughout history
  • Stroll through the streets of Tallinn’s old town and visit the only surviving Gothic town hall in East Europe
  • Admire classic Estonian art at the award-winning Kumu Art Museum
Helsinki, Finlandfrom
$534

Located on the southern tip of Finland lies Helsinki, the country’s largest and capital city. The Archipelago of Helsinki spans over 315 distinct islands, which provide an easy escape from the hustle and bustle of the city into its surrounding natural wonderland. Cultural, stylish, and full of life Helsinki is Helsinki still compact enough to explore on foot or by bike like the locals do.

Highlights of Helsinki
  • Stroll along the cobblestone streets of the historic town of Porvoo, the second oldest city in Finland
  • Sample local delicacies and wander through the souvenir stalls at the famous Market Square of Kauppatori, considered one of the best open markets in northern Europe
  • Experience the jaw-dropping acoustic sounds from the circular copper dome of the Temppeliaukio Church, a modern architectural masterpiece
Stockholm, Swedenfrom
$409

Stretched across 14 islands and dozens of bridges, Stockholm is the capital and the commercial, cultural, and touristic hub of Sweden. Stockholm offers three UNESCO World Heritage sites: The Drottningholm Palace, Skogskyrkogården (The Woodland Cemetery) and Sweden’s first city of Birka. The Royal National City Park is the world’s first national city park, housing hundreds of wildlife species, historic museums, and even an amusement park.

Highlights of Stockholm
  • Indulge in fine dining with a twist of culture with the “Nobel Banquet” at the Nobel Prize Museum, the official dinner served after Nobel Prize ceremonies
  • Capture Sweden’s architectural history at Skansen, the world’s oldest open-air museum
  • Stroll through elegant Östermalm, marveling at the district’s regal Renaissance architecture and exclusive boutiques featuring the finest in Scandinavian design
Warnemünde, Germanyfrom
$808

The quaint port town of Warnemünde, a popular gateway to Berlin, is situated on Germany’s Baltic Sea coast. A tumultuous past has shaped the German capital into a vivacious multicultural metropolis and one of the most captivating cruise destinations in the world. Solemn landmarks, iconic sights and beautiful architectural heritage mingle fabulously with edgy alternative districts, gritty street art and progressive vibes. Berlin is a city that never sleeps, with a kaleidoscope of techno temples, leafy beer gardens, smoky bars and riverside clubs blessing Berlin as the party capital of the world.

Highlights of Berlin
  • Walk the length of the notorious Berlin Wall
  • Marvel at the mammoth Neoclassical Brandenburg Gate, which throughout history has been the backdrop of significant historical events
  • Check-in at Checkpoint Charlie, the best-known crossing point between East and West Berlin when the city was divided
Kiel, Germanyfrom
$251

Kiel is the capital of Schleswig-Holstein and is one of Germanys northernmost cities. Kiel Sailing Week is a world-known sailing festival, when thousands of people flock from all over the world to the port city. The city has much to offer, in particular the marine area, the U-boat Memorial, Botanical Garden and the Olympic Village in Kiel-Schilksee. The city's blend of Northern German charm and a wide range of dining, shopping and hotels make it a perfect place to visit.

Highlights of Kiel
  • Explore Kiel's maritime history by visiting the U-Boot U 995 and the Laboe Naval Memorial
  • Visit the Kiel Rathaus Paternoster or St. Nikolai Church
  • Experience natural beauty at Kiel Botanical Gardens or at Aquarium Kiel
Riga, Latviafrom
$1,297

Latvia's capital is the largest city in the Nordic and Baltic region. Riga is famous for its well-preserved downtown and Art Nouveau. In the city you will find historic spires and architecture of days gone by. The Freedom Monument which is almost 43 metres tall represents Latvia's path to freedom and is a must-see for many visitors. Riga's Central Market is also highly recommended, founded in 1930, the market, much like Riga itself is steeped in history and is one of the biggest marketplaces in Eastern Europe. Visitors can expect a lively atmosphere with plenty of bartering!

Highlights of Riga
  • Sample some tasty Latvian food at the Central Market
  • Head for the top of St. Peter's tower to get a stunning panoramic view of Riga
  • Experience the charm of Riga by paying a visit to the Old Town
Skagen, Denmarkfrom
$503

Skagen is the northernmost city in Denmark and the place where the Baltic Sea meets the North Sea. When the tide is right, visitors can watch the amazing phenomenon as the waters from two different oceans flow into each other, creating beautiful color and current patterns. Its unique patterns of light and picturesque scenery drew groups of artists in the late 19th and early 20th century, and their artwork is still on display in Skagens Museum.

Highlights of Skagen
  • Walk along the beach at Grenen Skagen, known as the "top of Denmark"
  • Spend some time in the Skagens Museum learning about the artist colony that once lived there and viewing the impressionist art
  • Hike among the dunes and take in the power of nature at Rabjerg Mile
Klaipeda, Lithuaniafrom
$1,297

The port city of Klaipeda lies at the mouth of the Curonian Lagoon in the Baltic Sea and is the third largest city in Lithuania. The Danė River divides the Lithuanian city into the Old and New Town. Visit to discover the bustling old town with its many museums and Theater Square. Located at Theater square is a famous monument and fountain dedicated to German poet Simon Dach, who was born in Klaipeda. Klaipedia is also home to Lithuania's only substantial port, every Summer the Klaipeda tall ships race and regatta draws many visitors.

Highlights of Klaipeda
  • Discover the charm of Klaipeda's Old Town and the bustling Theater square
  • Visit the Curonian Spit and experience tranquility and stunning views across the Baltic Sea
  • Explore the maritime history of Klaipeda at the Lithuanian Sea Museum
Gdynia, Polandfrom
$1,297

Gdynia was made into one of Poland's busiest and most important sea ports after World War 1 and developed from a small village to a large urban centre quite quickly. The city also has reminders of its past, with historic buildings such as St. Michael the Archangel Church, which today offers insights into Gdynia's past as part of a sailing museum. There is also a thriving cultural scene in the city and an example of this is the annual Polish Film Festival, which is held in the city and is a must see event for any film-lovers.

Highlights of Gdynia
  • Visit highlights of Gdynia's coast like Orlowo Pier and Gdynia Beach
  • Explore the city's maritime history at Dar Pomorza and the Okret Muzeum ORP Blyskawica
  • Enjoy fantastic views at new heights on the Gydnia ferris wheel
Aarhus, Denmarkfrom
$409

Denmark's second-largest city, Aarhus is a charming town with a thriving cultural and arts scene. With picturesque cobblestone streets and experimental Scandinavian architecture, the city is a blend of old and new. Take a walk along the harbor and get a glimpse of "the Iceberg," an unusual floating apartment building modeled after its namesake. Or walk along the winding streets and browse the colorful shops and quaint cafes in the Latin Quarter. You'll quickly see why this underrated Scandinavian gem is so popular among students and visitors alike!

    Highlights of Aarhus
  • Visit the Aros modern art museum and walk through the rooftop "Rainbow Panorama"
  • Learn about Denmark's Viking past and visit a famous mummy at the Moesgaard Museum
  • Take a walk through "The Old City," an open-air museum constructed like a historical Danish town
Gdansk, Polandfrom
$1,190

Gdańsk is a bustling port city situated on Poland’s northern, Baltic Sea coast. The maritime metropolis possesses centuries of intriguing ancient, maritime and wartime history, and is renowned for its hordes of precious Amber, also known as the gold of the Baltics.

Highlights of Gdańsk
  • Stroll down the picturesque Mariacka Street, which is considered by many to be the most beautiful street in Poland
  • Visit the 17th century Neptune Fountain in Dlugi Targ, where legend has it the city’s traditional Goldwasser liquor once spurted out of the trident
  • Learn about the city’s fascinating Amber industry throughout the ages at the Amber Museum
Aalborg, Denmarkfrom
$1,319
Rønne (Bornholm), Denmarkfrom
$2,999

The port city of Rønne is the capital city of Bornholm island. With a population of approximately 15,000 inhabitants, Rønne is also the largest city on the island. In the old part of Rønne, expect to find small cobble stone streets which lead you to St. Nicolai Church, which is surrounded by beautiful half-timbered houses and narrow charming streets. St. Torv is the main hub of activity in Rønne and on a market day people from all over Bornholm bring their best produce to sell. For a small place, Rønne has an interesting history which can be discovered in the Bornholm Museum.

Highlights of Rønne
  • Visit the Hjorths Fabrik to experience old methods of producing stoneware and designs
  • Take a trip to St. Torv on market day to see some fresh Bornholm produce
  • Go to Erichsens Gård to experience the garden museum
Baltic Sea Baltic Sea cruises provide the perfect opportunity to enjoy a combination of bustling cities such as Copenhagen, Helsinki, Tallinn and St. Petersburg, in addition to tranquil surroundings such as the Stockholm archipelago. Baltic Sea offer you unlimited possibilities. Explore deep coniferous forests, historical sights, beautiful and unique fauna and flora, and bustling nightlife spots. Walk the medieval streets in Tallinn, travel back in time to Peter the Great’s gilded city of St. Petersburg and have your breath taken away by the Stockholm’s maze of waterways.

Baltic Sea Cruises – Popular destinations

Above, you will see a selection of some of the best, and most popular, destinations for the Baltic Sea cruise. Feel free to browse through our main cruise destinations of this region, or if you need some more inspiration, simply call our cruise experts. Dreamlines experts are on-hand to guide you through the booking process and find you an ideal cruise deal. Some of the most well-known destination in the Baltic Sea region are perhaps Stockholm and Helsinki and are celebrated for their spectacular architecture and scenic natural beauty. These cities with their medieval streets are perfectly suited to those cruise passengers with an affinity for middle ages and history. Other popular Baltic Sea cruise destinations include Tallinn, where the iconic narrow medieval streets are located and Copenhagen, which is home to charming Scandinavian culture, colorful architecture and quirky arts. There are too many wonderful places that must be visited to be believed!

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