Experience the cultural rebirth of the Baltic States and the imperial riches of St. Petersburg on this six-country cruise aboard Le Boréal featuring a presentation by the former president of Poland, Lech Walesa.

Starting at: $6,195 * Price includes special offer Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
  Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, St. Petersburg  Sweden's former Hanseatic city of Visby, with its well-preserved 13-th century walls  Medieval buildings along the water of Gdansk  The turrets and spires of Tallinn's Old Town, a World Heritage site, in Estonia  View of St. Petersburg from the Neva River, with the dome of St. Isaac's Cathedral  Gallery inside the world-class Hermitage Museum  The palace and fountains at the Romanov summer palace at Peterhof  St. Catherine's Palace in Pushkin  View of Finland's Helsinki from the water  The fortifications of Suomenlinna, a World Heritage site near Helsinki  Stockholm, Sweden

Cruising the Baltic Sea

From Copenhagen to Stockholm Aboard the 220-guest Le Boréal

10 days from $6,195

Experience the cultural rebirth of the Baltic States and the imperial riches of St. Petersburg on this six-country cruise aboard Le Boréal featuring a presentation by the former president of Poland, Lech Walesa.

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What an incredible journey! The Baltic Sea in surrounding countries have a rich history few of us realize. My eyes have been opened to the experiences of the peoples of this region through Smithsonian. 

- Jay D.

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Jun 8 - 17, 2017 Departure
Glenn Kranking

Glenn Kranking

Glenn Kranking is Associate Professor of History and Scandinavian Studies at Gustavus Adolphus College. He received his Ph.D. in History from The Ohio State University, and has lived and researched in Sweden, Estonia, Finland, and Russia. His area of research includes Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea Region with an emphasis on the 19th and 20th centuries, nationalism, and minorities. One of his more recent courses looks at Nordic Explorers, from the Vikings to the Polar explorers.