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This experience combines beauty of three great cities with a ship cruise in Baltic sea. On 6-day tour you will experience best from Stockholm, Helsinki and Oslo in the form of noteworthy attractions, sightseeing tours, museums, boat tours, restaurants, shopping and much more.Note: This trip is planned for potential arrival in Stockholm and departure from Oslo; however the arrival/departure destinations can be any of these three cities depending on your choice.

A guide to each port on a baltic sea cruise. This piece gives advice on how to allocate time at each port and provides ideas of exactly what to see.

Inside Princess Cruise ship during a Baltic Sea route

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Cruising The Baltic Sea. Tallinn, Estonia and Riga, Latvia

Cruising the Baltic Sea: Beautiful Tallinn and regal Riga.

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Top 10 Amazing Things to do in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Top 10 Amazing Things to do in Amsterdam, Netherlands – I am Aileen

This day you will have an unforgettable sea voyage on the fabulous cruise connecting two Scandinavia Travel guide capitals in the Baltic Sea – Stockholm and Helsinki. Cruise ships are real icebreakers; they are able to sail all year round. Fresh and clean sea air and beautiful archipelago scenery, elegant accommodations, variety of restaurants, tax-free shopping and international entertainment are waiting. Dinner buffet on Cruise Accommodation in Cruise

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Cruising between Kuzino and Kizhi, Russia on the Volga-Baltic Waterway, a system of rivers and canals that span 229 miles and seven locks, linking the Volga River with the Baltic Sea