Abercrombie & Kent
Cruising Scandinavia & the Baltic Sea
Copenhagen to Helsinki 2023
Special Offer: Save £1,570pp* + 75% off Single Supplement*
Limited to 148 guests | 10 days | 15 Jul 2023 | Le Champlain | From £9,420pp
Discover cool Scandinavian culture in Stockholm and Copenhagen, learn about fascinating history in Gdańsk, and enjoy beautiful architecture in Tallinn and Klaipėda. This adventurous expedition showcases the highlights of the Baltic coast. Enjoy an intimate guest capacity, limited to 148 guests, ensuring guaranteed balcony accommodation and a range of exciting excursions throughout your voyage. Enrich your knowledge of European culture with exciting museum visits.
Price includes: Nine nights fully inclusive aboard Le Champlain. Full programme of activities including lectures on board and shore excursions. Airport meet and greet and transfers, all gratuities and more.
* Subject to availability. T&Cs apply. Offers can be withdrawn at any time.
- Exclusively chartered, all-inclusive voyage led by A&K’s expedition team and local guides
- Pre- and/or post-cruise stays at stylish, ideally located hotels and A&K-led city tours
- Airport meet and greet and transfers
- Private balcony with every on-board accommodation and butler service with every suite
- Maximum personnel-to-guest ratio of 1 to 1.
- Culinary program featuring French-inspired cuisine, including house drinks, afternoon tea and pastries
- 24-hour room service and breakfast in bed
- Choice of curated, included shore excursions with expert guides
- Traveller’s valet® laundry service
- All gratuities, port charges and taxes
- Complimentary wi-fi on board and in hotels
- On-board service from an English-speaking staff, including an accredited physician
- 24/7 A&K on-call support
- Design your days ashore with an array of included excursions, such as Nordic food experience in Stockholm, a nature bog walk in Estonia and moving visits to World War II remembrance sites
- Discover fascinating cities that include Copenhagen, Gdansk, Klaipeda, Riga, Stockholm, Tallinn and Helsinki
- Benefit from enriching discussions with guest speakers that include Nobel Peace Prize recipient and former president of Poland, Lech Walesa, as well as writer and professor Ron Wixman