Starting from April 2018, cities with the allure of Oslo, Stockholm, Tallin and St. Petersburg, just to mention a few, will be on the itineraries of ships with the glamour of MSC Preziosa and MSC Orchestra.
The ships you can choose from will all provide the comfort, relaxation, entertainment and gastronomical satisfaction you expect from MSC Cruises.
The cities you will be able to visit are all pearls of the north. Depending on the route or combination of routes you choose, you could then visit the ones you prefer.
MSC Preziosa will sail from Kiel and Copenhagen while MSC Orchestra will depart from
Copenhagen and Warnemünde.
These two ships will then take you to amazing destinations, with 8 days cruises and they alternate in the itinerary every 2 weeks to allow you to choose the date for you more comfortable.
You could also combine itineraries to live a two-week cruise from Baltic Capitals to Fjords.
Discover here all combinations.
Let's start from the city of Oslo, that will reward you with sights like The Opera House and the National Gallery, continuing towards the Estonia’s buzzing capital, Tallin, where you will discover medieval walls that enclose beautiful spots like the cobbled market square, the fifteenth-century Town Hall and fourteenth-century Church of the Holy Ghost, all within reach of its many cafes and shops.
Everyone knows the Hermitage museum, but a lot more awaits you in St. Petersburg: the Winter Palace, the Alexander Nevsky Monastery and the Palace Square to mention just a few unmissable spots.
Go back to Scandinavia, Helsinki in Finland welcomes its visitors with a youthful buzz along its boulevards, in its outdoor cafés and trendy restaurants.
Nynashamn, in Sweden, is a quaint and joyful little village worth visiting before hopping over to Stockholm to visit its Royal Palace, an extraordinary example of Baroque architecture and the official residence of the Swedish royal family.
Lithuania only has one sea outlet, Klaipeda. The architectural style of this 13th century port town will remind you of medieval German towns, but now it host modern art galleries, cafés and clubs. Numerous sculptures, like the Four Winds, adorn its streets and squares, making walking around town a real artful experience.
Then, Rīga. It is the largest, liveliest and most cosmopolitan of the Baltic capitals. An interesting mixture of medieval and contemporary influences means it has much to offer to curious visitors, especially around the Town Hall and Cathedral squares.
Discover the great classics of cruises in Northern Europe, with a cruise in the Baltic Capitals.