Oslo, Warnemunde, Gdynia, Klaipeda, Riga, Tallinn, Helsinki, Visby

04 September 2024
Starting at
€ 2169
on board
Norwegian Dawn


Meet the tour leader at Malta International Airport to check in for your flight to Copenhagen with transit. Upon arrival, a coach will be waiting to transfer you to your hotel for check in. Overnight in Copenhagen.

Enjoy a relaxed breakfast and some free time at leisure until it’s time to depart for your transfer to cruise port for check in. Ship will set sail at 17:00hrs.

With a history that dates back to the Middle Ages, Oslo retains remnants of its past, with medieval ruins alongside charming wooden houses in the Old Town. At the same time, locals embrace their town’s reputation as one of the world’s most modern cities. The Opera House’s striking design invites you to walk on the roof before you explore the sleek interior. Examine ancient ships up close at the Viking Museum. See Olso’s quirky side at Frogner Sculpture Park, where you’ll find whimsical art in a soothing green setting.

On your first day at sea, after some exploration days you have the perfect opportunity to enjoy the ship with its numerous facilities on board. The ship itself is a great experience, the perfect blend of word-class amenities and classic style. Treat your taste buds to a celebration of exquisite cuisine or enjoy that favorite cocktail at your special spot on board.

Enjoy beaches and a laid-back vibe in Warnemunde, the quaint seaside resort set where the Warnow River meets the Baltic. It is also your gateway to Northern Germany’s countryside and medieval towns. Journey back in time and discover the highlights of the Hanseatic City of Rostock.

The Polish coast on the Baltic Sea is full of hidden treasures. Gdynia is part of the Tricity together with Sopot and Gdansk. Visit the reconstructed Old Town full of beer gardens, and delicious seafood restaurants. One can take a slow cruise on the Motlawa River and visit the colossal Malbork Castle. Enjoy a coffee or an ice-cream in Kosciuszko Square before continuing to the next adventure.

Lithuania’s third largest city is full of famous museums like the Clock Museum or the Castle Museum. Enjoy this beautiful city full of lovely alleys where one can relax having some pancakes or a tuna tartare as one of the specialties in the town center. Klaipeda is also home to the maritime museum of Lithuania.

Latvia’s historical capital is an architecture buff’s dream come true. Step into a real-life fairy tale when you visit the Old Town. Climb to the top of the tower at St. Peter’s Church for views that stretch to the River Daugava and the Moscow District. Explore the House of Blackheads, a 14th-century building, before wandering down the enchanting cobblestone streets. With over 800 existing Art Nouveau buildings in Riga, you could spend the whole day admiring the intricate architecture. Instead, take a leisurely stroll down Elizabetes street to marvel at the ornately decorated buildings.

allinn is truly one of the gems of Northern Europe. It charms with lively cafes, cool galleries and medieval heritage. Stone walls circle its preserved Old Town, where the Estonian parliament meets in a 13th-century castle whose hilltop location offers the best views. After a relaxing breakfast, take the opportunity to explore the heart of the city including Toompea Castle, and the lovely Russian Orthodox Alexander Nevski Cathedral passing through various medieval cobbled streets.

Have your camera ready for the scenic approach through Helsinki’s island archipelago. Discover the national pride of the Finnish people along with the Swedish and Russian legacy in this beautiful capital. Helsinki is filled with graceful architecture and monuments and surrounded on three sides by sea and tiny islands. Reach the heart of the city along the coastal road, before arriving in the neo-classical Senate Square. Perched above the square’s wide steps, you will see the domed Lutheran Cathedral. Designed by Carl Ludwig Engel, the square is surrounded by the University, State Council Building and Cathedral. Take a panoramic drive passing onto Mannerheim Street, the main thoroughfare of the city, see the Parliament House, National Museum and the Finlandia Hall.

Laced by an ingenious network of waterways and bridges strung between a freshwater lake and the sea, Stockholm is easily seen on foot or by waterway cruise. Its gabled old townhouses peer over cobblestone streets, whilst its magnificent 17th-century palace sits watching over the harbour. Sweden’s hip capital is full of cool sights and interesting experiences you won’t want to miss. You’ll find all kinds of museums in Stockholm dedicated to everything from Viking history to alcohol to ABBA. For pretty buildings with plenty of history behind them, head to Gamla Stan, Stockholm’s old town which dates all the way back to the 13th century. Ship will stay in Stockholm overnight.

Enjoy your last breakfast on board followed by disembarkation and a half day city tour of Stockholm before heading to the airport for return flight to Malta


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Price Includes

  • Flight to Copenhagen with transit including 23kg luggage & hand luggage
  • Flight to Malta incl 20kg luggage & hand luggage
  • 1 night accommodation in Copenhagen pre-cruise on B&B basis
  • Tour Manager, subject to minimum number reached
  • 10 nights cruise on NCL Dawn on full board basis
  • Daily entertainment and use of onboard facilities
  • Airport & Port Taxes & Fuel Surcharge
  • Protection by the Insolvency

Not Included

  • Gratuities may be prepaid at €18.50 per person per day, or paid on board at $20 per person per day
  • Drinks
  • Shore Excursions. Details will be available closer to date
  • Travel Insurance (highly recommended