Cruising the Baltic Sea

From Copenhagen to Stockholm

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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  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  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

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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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Norway Pre-Cruise Option — 6 Days, 5 Nights

This unique five-night journey from Bergen “Across the Roof of Norway” features the snowcapped mountains, cascading waterfalls, alpine lakes and spectacular fjordland as seen from aboard the Bergen Line, Northern Europe’s highest railroad, and the Flåm Railway, a modern engineering marvel. Tour the city of Bergen, including Bryggen, a World Heritage site. Enjoy an overnight stay in the historic Hotel Stalheim and a scenic cruise on Sognefjord and Nærøey Fjord, a World Heritage site. Afterward, embark the Crown Seaways ferry for an overnight cruise to Copenhagen. Accommodations are for four nights in comfortable hotels and one night aboard the Crown Seaways ferry.

Stockholm Post-Cruise Option 3 Days, 2 Nights

One of the most handsome Scandinavian cities, Stockholm is an attractive and harmonious mixture of medieval and modern structures built on 14 small islands scattered among open bays and narrow channels. Visit the City Hall, a 20th-century architectural masterpiece, where the majority of Nobel Prizes are awarded. Walk through the historic old town and visit the Vasa Museum, exhibiting a perfectly preserved 17th-century Swedish warship. Accommodations are for two nights in the ideally located Sheraton Stockholm Hotel.

Pre- and Post-Program Options and Optional Excursions are available at additional cost. Details will be included with your reservation confirmation.