Baltic Cruises from Newcastle

Listed below is the full schedule of Baltic Cruises from Newcastle sailing from Newcastle, UK in 2012, 2013. These are cruises that last for 7 nights, 10 nights, 14 nights and longer. All cruises depart from Port of Tyne International Passenger Terminal.

thomson spirit
9-May 2013
(12 nights)
Thomson Spirit

Baltic Explorer

Newcastle UK, Aalborg (Denmark), Stockholm (Sweden), Helsinki (Finland), St Petersburg (Russia), Tallinn (Estonia), Kalundborg (for Copenhagen), Newcastle UK

thomson spirit
9-Jun 2013
(13 nights)
Thomson Spirit

Baltic Highlights

Newcastle, Kalundborg (for Copenhagen, Denmark), Helsinki (Finland), St Petersburg (Russia), Tallinn (Estonia), Riga (Latvia), Klaipeda (Lithuania, Gdynia (for Gdansk, Poland), Warnemunde (Germany), Newcastle

fred olsen boudicca
18-Jun 2013
(13 nights)
Black Watch

Stockholm & Russia Cruise

Newcastle UK, Copenhagen (Denmark), Tallinn (Estonia), St Petersburg (Russia), Stockholm (Sweden), Kiel (Germany), Kiel Canal Transit, Newcastle UK

thomson spirit
29-Jun 2013
(14 nights)
Thomson Spirit

Best of the Baltic

Newcastle, Oslo (Norway), Gothenburg (Sweden), Stockholm, Helsinki (Finland), St Petersburg (Russia), Tallinn (Estonia), Warnemunde (Germany), Kalundborg (for Copenhagen, Denmark), Newcastle

fred olsen boudicca
9-Jul 2013
(13 nights)
Black Watch

Estonia & Russia Cruise

Newcastle, Aalborg (Denmark), Warnemunde (Germany), Saaremaa Island (Estonia), Tallinn, St Petersburg (Russia), Karlskrona (Sweden), Copenhagen (Denmark), Newcastle

cruise and maritime discovery
31-Aug 2013
(? nights)
Discovery

Baltic Capitals and St Petersburg

Newcastle, Oslo (NOrway), Copenhagen (Denmark), AT SEA, Stockholm (Sweden), Helsinki (Finland), St. Petersburg (Russia), Tallinn (Estonia), Warnemünde (Germany), Kiel Canal (Germany), Newcastle

With onboard casino and cinema, a fitness centre/gymnasium and a wellness centre, a Baltic cruise from Newcastle is quite likely more than even the most-experienced traveler can imagine. Add ensuite cabin accomodation, a swimming pool and several Jacuzzis for relaxation, all meals served in exquisite dining restaurants, followed by top-notch nightly entertainment, and it’s understandable why many holiday travellers are reluctant to disembarque. With all port taxes and fees as well as transfers and baggage handling provided, there’s no reason why Baltic Cruises from Newcastle shouldn’t be a part of your next holiday plans.

After departure from Newcastle, relax and enjoy the refreshing sea air while being attended to by professional, friendly staff. As your ship nears Oslo, the breath-taking surroundings, highlighted by the Oslofjord valley’s lush greenery promises an experience that is memorable. Oslo contains over three-hundred lakes in the city alone, and features numerous parks and open areas which are as beautiful as they are inviting. Oslo’s cityscape is undergoing a transformation, the enterpiece being the famed Oslo Opera House. German architecture is predominant throughout the city, making for awe-inspiring photographic opportunities.

Friendly, cosmopolitan Copenhagen, one of Europe’s more popular tourist destinations, has one of the world’s more advanced urban and cultural environments, a fact the natives take pride in. Called the “City of Spires”, Copenhagen’s skyline is notable for it’s many baroque and medieval-era churches, regularly drawing visitors world-wide. Known for it’s many parks and open-air markets, Copenhagen provides multi-cultural shopping opportunity for the “bargain-hunter” in your party.

On the shores of the Gulf of Finland, Helsinki, Finland’s capital, grabs the eye immediately for it’s ultra-modern architecture and clean atmosphere. The Finns are at the forefront of everything green, with the award for World Design Capital going to Helsinki evidence of the cities’ commitment. Art Nouveau is the architecture-of-choice, the perfect example being the central railroad station.

Canals and picturesque, ornate bridges are major attractions in St. Petersburg, a true architectural wonderland. The largest art museum in the world, The Hermitage, resides in this fabled Russian city. An educational centre, the city has over 2,000 libraries in addition to over 200 museums. One of the best ballet environments in the world is another trademark, with legendary names such as Nureyev, Baryshnikov and Makarova getting their start here.

Estonia’s capital, Tallinn, is widely-regarded as one of the world’s most digitised cities, although archaelogical findings indicating a settlement more than 5,000 years old. Despite its’ high-tech imprint, Estonian culture is pervasive, notably in it’s medieval fortresses and the Russian Orthodox Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, built
during the Roman Empire.

Stockholm, built on 14 islands, unique for that fact, but the attractions in this Swedish capital are endless. Stockholm’s architecture is highly modern, with many of the world’s most advanced structures residing side-by-side with a mixture ofGothic, Neo-Roman and even medieval styles, making for interesting contrasts.

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