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Royal palaces, colossal cathedrals, lavish historic centres: the major cities around the Baltic Sea showcase the region's rich past, during which empires and royalty demonstrated their power. They remain fantastic landmarks thanks to their huge size and stunning decor, co-existing alongside calm modern life in urban centres - which makes for lovely walks. 

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Stockholm - Copenhagen
LE CHAMPLAIN
7 nights on board
Dates:
5/7/2022 to the 12/7/2022
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Stockholm - Copenhagen
LE CHAMPLAIN
8 nights on board
Dates:
20/7/2022 to the 28/7/2022
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London - Stockholm
LE CHAMPLAIN
11 nights on board
Dates:
29/5/2023 to the 9/6/2023
Stockholm - Copenhagen
LE CHAMPLAIN
Shore excursion in each port of call + transfers included
8 nights on board
Dates:
10/8/2023 to the 18/8/2023
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Copenhagen - Oslo
LE CHAMPLAIN
10 nights on board
Dates:
18/8/2023 to the 28/8/2023

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Must-Sees - Baltic Sea

A Baltic Sea cruise taking in Russia, the Baltic states and Scandinavia provides an opportunity to go back in time to a Europe where royal and imperial families reigned over regions brimming with culture. This historical heritage can still be seen in all the area's major cities.


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Must-Sees - Baltic Sea

The Essentials - Baltic Sea

Before setting off on a Baltic Sea cruise, discover some of the cultural traits of this region, with its blend of both Nordic and Slavic influences. Historic city centres and modern architecture, peaceful countryside and an ultra-connected society: tradition and modernity standing side-by-side.


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The Essentials - Baltic Sea

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