Discover St Petersburg Cruise

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St. Petersburg's Hermitage, the former home of the Russian imperial family
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View the magnificent gardens at the Peterhof Palance in St. Petersburg
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Beautiful architecture of Tallinn, Estonia
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Colorful interior of the Peter and Paul Fortress in St. Petersburg
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Enjoy the unique and colorful architecture of Stockholm
Mike Louagie
Enjoy the view from the bar.
Francois Lefebvre
Enjoy a gourmet meal at the Gastronomic Restaurant.
Explore the natural sites and cities steeped in history of the Baltic Sea. Architectural gems in the Baroque style, churches with domes so elaborate they seem otherworldly, palaces, fountains, gardens, canals, and the famous "perspectives" that criss-cross the city: at each street corner a new theatrical decor is revealed. We invite you to visit this colourful city where the atmosphere is rich with the splendor of the Tsars and the traces of the Russian Enlightenment.

Day 1

    Copenhagen, Denmark / Embark

    Arrive in Copenhagen. Board Le Boreal between 4 and 5 PM. Settle into your cabin and familiarize yourself with the ship and her crew.

    Day 2

      At Sea

      Continue to acquaint yourself with the ship. Take advantage of on-board amenities or enjoy the sea breeze from the ship's deck.

      Day 3

        Tallinn, Estonia

        The capital of Eestonia, Tallinn is brimming with history and secrets. This great metropolis was particularly active in the medieval period and has preserved some beautiful monuments from that time. You can lose yourself in the heart of this city which is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

        Choose from several optional excursions to further discover this unique city.

        Days 4-6

          St. Petersburg, Russia

          St. Petersburg was the capital of the Russian Empire from 1712 to its collapse in 1917. Its well-preserved ensemble of architecture from this period makes it one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe. There is so much to see here: Pavlovski Palace (the tsar's summer residence), Peter and Paul Fortress, the Pushkin Museum, the magnificent Saint Isaac’s Cathedral and of course the world-renowned Hermitage Museum where more than three million items are on display. The pomp and ceremony of the tsars still hang in the air of this UNESCO World Heritage site.

          Over the course of your three days in port, explore this magnificent city on a variety of both full-day and half-day optional excursions.

          Day 7

            Helsinki, Finland

            Helsinki is known as the "daughter of the Baltic" and this superb port city and cultural capital possesses great historical treasures. With its blend of European, Scandinavian and Russian influences, Helsinki is a city of contrasts. The city's variety of architectural styles are the perfect reflection of it's multicultural past. On your own or with a guide, discover the Lutheran temple of Temppeliaukion that was dug from the rocks, Finlandia Hall, the palace of Concerts, designed by Aalto or the magnificent Orthodox cathedral.

            Day 8

              Stockholm, Sweden

              Following an early breakfast on board, disembark in Stockholm. Transfer to the airport to continue your travels.

              Children Welcome:
              - Flexible, or connecting staterooms
              - Baby-sitting service on request
              - Children's menus, fun tea parties, games, piano lessons and a host of other activities
              - Special kids' rates

              Please Note:
              Fares are based on double occupancy and are capacity controlled. Rates may increase at any time as the ship sells out and subject to change without notice.