Discover the rich history and culture of the Baltic States, including the magnificent imperial riches of St. Petersburg, on this spectacular six-country Baltic Sea cruise. 

Starting at: $7,795 Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
  Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, St. Petersburg  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

10 days from $7,795

Discover the rich history and culture of the Baltic States, including the magnificent imperial riches of St. Petersburg, on this spectacular six-country Baltic Sea cruise. 

or Call 855-330-1542

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WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY

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.

JOURNEYS DISPATCHES

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Activity Level

Activity Level 3:  Moderate / Active


Expectations: Ocean-going cruise that may pull into a pier for embarkation and shore excursions and may use tenders at some ports. Excursions will be at a moderately active pace during morning, afternoon, or full-day excursions and you will often spend the entire day off the ship. Some days will require early morning departures (8:00 or 8:30 a.m.). Daily activities of two to four hours each day. Some standing and walking (up to two hours) during outdoor activities and tours, city tours, and museum visits, often without places to sit. Walking two to three miles will be over sometimes difficult terrain, such as cobblestones in towns, some hills, and stairs without handrails. The longest transfer is approximately 40 minutes. In St Petersburg the ship will dock at the English Embankment in the heart of town for two days.  

Appropriate for: Travelers who are physically fit, lead active lives, are comfortable participating in long days of activities, and expect some physical exertion. 

Tour Extension

Wonders of Norway Pre-Cruise Option — 6 Days, 5 Nights

Immerse yourself in majestic Norwegian landscapes and traditional Scandinavian culture on this unique and exclusive five-night journey from Bergen to Copenhagen. Tour the historic city of Bergen, including Bryggen (the old wharf), a World Heritage site, and visit Troldhaugen, the home of famed composer Edvard Grieg. Travel on the legendary Flåm Railway, one of the “most scenic train rides in the world,” through pristine fjord-lands, passing snow-capped mountains, cascading waterfalls, and alpine lakes. Cruise by private ship on spectacular Nærøy Fjord, a World Heritage site, see the highlights of vibrant Oslo, and enjoy a panoramic tour of Copenhagen during an exclusively chartered cruise along the city’s idyllic canals. Accommodations are for four nights in comfortable hotels, including the Radisson Blu Royal Bergen, historic Stalheim Hotel, the Grand Hotel Oslo, and one night aboard an award-winning seaways ferry.

Stockholm Post-Cruise Option 3 Days, 2 Nights

One of the most handsome Scandinavian cities, Stockholm is a harmonious blend of medieval and modern architecture showcased on 14 small islands connected by more than 23 bridges. Visit the magnificent City Hall, the site of the annual Nobel Prize banquet. Walkthrough the historic Gamla Stan (Old Town) and visit the maritime museum built to house the Vasa, the only preserved 17th-century warship in the world. Accommodations are for two nights in the ideally located Sheraton Stockholm Hotel.

*The August 1-10, 2021 program operates in the opposite direction so those will be a Stockholm Pre-Cruise Option and Wonders of Norway Post-Cruise Option.​

Pre- and post-program options and optional excursions are available at additional cost. Details will be included with your reservation confirmation.

Ship

Le Jacques Cartier

Le Jacques Cartier, launching in 2020, ushers in a new generation of five-star small ships, combining revolutionary design and a new standard of luxury for unparalleled cruising. Dock in smaller ports inaccessible to larger ships and where authentic cultural experiences and majestic scenery await you.

Respect for the Environment

The newest addition to the Ponant “clean ship” fleet, a prestigious certification among ocean‑cruising vessels, Le Jacques Cartier is energy efficient and eco‑friendly, protecting fragile marine ecosystems while providing a safe and comfortable voyage.

Chic and Casual Dining

Dine indoors or alfresco on international and regional cuisine served in the stylish, spacious indoor‑outdoor restaurant, at the casual pool deck grill or from 24‑hour room service. Daily meals include continental and buffet breakfasts, buffet lunch, afternoon tea, and four‑course dinner.

92 Elegant Suites and Staterooms, 100% with Private Balconies

Each five‑star stateroom and suite (up to 484 square feet) features a private balcony. Grand Deluxe Suites have a bay window and spacious private terrace. Accommodations offer two twin beds or one queen bed, private bathroom with shower, individual climate control, and luxurious hotel amenities.

Life on Board

Enjoy sweeping views from the lounges, which open to the outdoors, and lectures, cultural performances, or film screenings in the state‑of‑the‑art theater. Relax in the spa and sauna or the Sun Deck’s infinity‑style swimming pool. There is a beauty salon, fitness room, and three elevators. Complimentary Wi‑Fi is available throughout the ship.

World-Class Service

The highly trained, English‑speaking crew are personable and attentive, and the ship has a medical center staffed with a doctor and nurse.

Le Jacques Cartier

Le Jacques Cartier, launching in 2020, ushers in a new generation of five-star small ships, combining revolutionary design and a new standard of luxury for unparalleled cruising. Dock in smaller ports inaccessible to larger ships and where authentic cultural experiences and majestic scenery await you.

Respect for the Environment

The newest addition to the Ponant “clean ship” fleet, a prestigious certification among ocean‑cruising vessels, Le Jacques Cartier is energy efficient and eco‑friendly, protecting fragile marine ecosystems while providing a safe and comfortable voyage.

Chic and Casual Dining

Dine indoors or alfresco on international and regional cuisine served in the stylish, spacious indoor‑outdoor restaurant, at the casual pool deck grill or from 24‑hour room service. Daily meals include continental and buffet breakfasts, buffet lunch, afternoon tea, and four‑course dinner.

92 Elegant Suites and Staterooms, 100% with Private Balconies

Each five‑star stateroom and suite (up to 484 square feet) features a private balcony. Grand Deluxe Suites have a bay window and spacious private terrace. Accommodations offer two twin beds or one queen bed, private bathroom with shower, individual climate control, and luxurious hotel amenities.

Life on Board

Enjoy sweeping views from the lounges, which open to the outdoors, and lectures, cultural performances, or film screenings in the state‑of‑the‑art theater. Relax in the spa and sauna or the Sun Deck’s infinity‑style swimming pool. There is a beauty salon, fitness room, and three elevators. Complimentary Wi‑Fi is available throughout the ship.

World-Class Service

The highly trained, English‑speaking crew are personable and attentive, and the ship has a medical center staffed with a doctor and nurse.

Testimonials

WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY

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.
Reading List

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