Historic Scandinavian Cities
This wonderful cruise from Tyneside sees Marco Polo visit eight fascinating ports, where opportunities to explore abound. Your voyage will include an overnight stay in glorious St Petersburg, and four relaxed days at sea enjoying life on board, the clear air of the Baltic and (hopefully) some late-summer sun.
Step ashore in Aberdeen, the Granite City, for the chance to join a shore excursion, then cross the North Sea to Copenhagen. See the world-famous Little Mermaid statue, the colourful bars and restaurants of Nyhavn and the city's stylish streets. Your next port, Warnemude, brings the chance to visit iconic German capital, Berlin, before you sail on to Tallinn in Estonia to explore its gorgeous, enchanting old town. Spend two days in St Petersburg discovering its Hermitage Museum, canal-side boulevards and vibrant, cosmopolitan atmosphere. Don’t miss the Haymarket area or the Marinsky Theatre, and perhaps visit the world-famous Summer Palace at Petrodvorets on an optional shore excursion. Turning for home, Marco Polo calls at Helsinki, Finland’s delightfully compact, walkabout capital, the Swedish port of Nynashamn close to the majestic island-city of Stockholm, and Jutland’s Aalborg, with its old town and castle.
Life on board Marco Polo
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WHAT DOES THE PRICE INCLUDE?
Day One: Depart from Newcastle
Day Two: Aberdeen, Scotland
Day Three: At sea
Day Four: Copenhagen, Denmark
Day Five: Warnemunde, Germany
Day Six: At sea
Day Seven: Tallinn, Estonia
Day Eight: St. Petersburg, Russia
Day Nine: St. Petersburg, Russia
Day 10: Helsinki, Finland
Day 11: Nynashamn, Sweden
Day 12: At sea
Day 13: Aalborg, Denmark
Day 14: At sea
Day 15: Arrive back at Newcastle
Days above marked with an anchor include ports where you will be transferred to shore by landing boat. These ports may be inaccessible for customers with mobility difficulties as a result. Any days not listed will be spent at sea.
British Citizens will need a full, 10-year passport to travel on this cruise. Since some countries require visitors to be valid for at least six months after the return date of the cruise we recommend that all customers ensure that this is the case. Holders of non-British passports should check with the relevant embassies to see if any requirements and restrictions exist for any countries visited during the cruise.
Foreign Office travel advice
Visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice to find out the latest Foreign And Commonwealth Office travel advice for your holiday destination, as well as information about passports and visas.