Travel around in the Baltic Sea and visit Stockholm - the capital of Sweden, Tallinn - the capital of Estonia, and Helsinki – the capital of Finland. Enjoy the different cultures and landmarks of Northern Europe.
2018 Early booking discount
Looking to travel in 2018?
We are currently offering an early booking discount for our independent short breaks; 2017 price for travel in 2018. This offer is valid until the 2018 prices have been updated on our website. The offer can not be combined with any other discounts, nor is it applicable for any additional add-ons bookable for this tour.
Arrival in Helsinki according to your own itinerary. The Finnish capital is a modern cultural city, which throughout 450 years of history, has existed in the crosscurrents of the East and West. The colourful layers of history can be seen everywhere; a walking tour of the city center or of the magnificent Suomenlinna Maritime Fortress will open your eyes to a fascinating past. Other sights of interest include the historical center, Senate Square, the Parliament building, Finlandia Hall, the Sibelius Monument and Temppeliaukio Church (Rock Church). Accommodation in Helsinki.
Breakfast at the hotel. Morning departure from Helsinki with a 2-hour cruise to Tallinn, the capital of Estonia. Historically divided in three parts, this hanseatic city surrounded by a 2-kilometer city wall has a lot to offer. Sights of interest include St Olav’s Church and Tower, Cathedral of Saint Marie the Virgin, St. Catherine’s Passage, Kadriorg Palace, the Rotterdam Quarter, Toompea Hill, Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and the Old Medieval Town. The afternoon is at your own leisure. Accommodation in Tallinn.
Breakfast at the hotel. Day at leisure in Tallinn. We highly recommend the "City Tour + Old Town Walking Tour" add-on. For further details see add-ons. Accommodation in Tallinn.
Breakfast at the hotel. The morning and early afternoon is at your own leisure. We highly recommend to take the ferry to the island Naissaar. This former Soviet military base is just off Tallinn’s coast. Here you will see the other side of Estonia, untouched forest areas and stunning beaches. You can also visit the artillery stations and a Russian sea mine factory. You can go to the island by a ferry, which takes approximately 1 hour. At the end of the afternoon, you will embark a cruise from Silja Line departing at 18:00 from Tallinn to Stockholm. Accommodation on board.
Enjoy your buffet breakfast as you sail into the Stockholm harbour. The day is at your own leisure. The capital of Sweden is built on 14 islands and you are never far from the water. Well-preserved medieval buildings stand alongside modern architecture, and just outside the city, the archipelago of 24 000 islands is waiting to be explored. Sights of interest include the Vasa Museum, Skansen Open Air Museum, City Hall, the Old Town (Gamla Stan) and much more. Accommodation in Stockholm.
Breakfast at the hotel. Departure from Stockholm according to your own itinerary.