See the cities of the Baltic
Visit five capital cities on this cruise to the Baltic, including Helsinki and Tallinn, and enjoy two nights in the magical city of St Petersburg. Explore the bohemian sights of Berlin, see the parks and palaces of Copenhagen, and dip your toes in the North Sea and Baltic – literally!
Saga price includes…
- VIP door-to-door travel service
- Optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights, or a reduction if not required
- Speciality dining package^
- $150 on-board credit per person (previously $75 on-board credit per stateroom)
- Champagne in your stateroom on embarkation
- Return flights and transfers
- All port taxes, fees and charges
- Tourist visas if required
And on your cruise…
- Full board
- Afternoon tea
- Selected drinks including select standard spirits, international beers and wines, bottled water, soft drinks, speciality teas and coffees
- 24-hour room service
- Exclusive AzAmazing Eveningâ„
- Gratuities to housekeeping and bar/restaurant staff
- Activities, entertainment and leisure facilities
- Enriching lectures
- Shuttle bus at selected ports
- Concierge service
- Self-service laundry
- Porterage of luggage
Selected drinks include standard spirits, international beers and wines on board. ^The Three Table Tour speciality dining package includes one night in Prime C, one night in Aqualina and a further night in either of these restaurants.
After taking Saga’s included UK door-to-door travel service to the airport, fly to Stockholm embark Azamara Journey®. One part water and two parts land, Stockholm mixes its medieval charm with modern style. Take a chance on the ABBA Museum or explore the chic Sodermalm district with its trendy restaurants and pubs. Depart 1400 on August 24.
Arrive 0900. Depart 1730. Finland’s avant-garde capital is famous for its architecture. Follow the fanciful art nouveau streets to the brilliant-white, neo-classical cathedral, or visit the Temppeliaukio Church, quarried out of the very bedrock.
St Petersburg, Russia
Arrive 0830 on August 26. Depart 1800 on August 28. You’ll have three days to explore the best of St Petersburg â€“ and you’ll need them! You could easily spend them wandering the halls of the vast Hermitage museum, but there’s also the lavish Peterhof Palace and the golden-spired Peter and Paul cathedral ensconced within the walls of the city’s fortress.
Arrive 0800. Depart 1900. Tallinn is a city of enchanting turrets and spires â€“ that of St Olav’s Church was the tallest in the world, at least until 1625. A jaunt through St Catherine’s Passage will reveal a number of traditional craft shops, or head beneath the streets to explore the secret 17th-century tunnel system.
Warnemünde (for Berlin), Germany
Arrive 0600. Depart 2300. This seaside town is close to the 800-year-old Hanseatic city of Rostock, as well as Berlin, where you’re free to spend the day. Explore the city’s eventful past, immortalised by such landmarks as Checkpoint Charlie and surviving sections of the Berlin Wall, or marvel at the futuristic Sony Centre.
Arrive 0800. Depart 2200. Copenhagen’s medieval skyline is filled with church steeples and palace towers. A stroll through the city will reveal dozens of historic buildings and miles of peaceful parkland. Tivoli Gardens, with its lakes, fountains and entertainment venues is worth a visit.
Arrive 0830. Depart 1300. This lively fishing port lies at the northern tip of Denmark. Explore the harbour, uncover the arts scene, or visit Green Beach with its long sandy spit that divides the North Sea from the Baltic, allowing you to dip a toe in both.
Disembark Azamara Journey£® after breakfast for your included door-to-door travel service home.