July 7-17, 2019
Join us on this exciting journey from Copenhagen to Stockholm. We'll walk in the footsteps of the Romanovs to discover imperial treasures and stunning architecture with an immersive three-day stay in St. Petersburg.
As a Virtuoso Voyages guest on this voyage hosted by Myrna Arroyo of Roux Luxury Travel, you'll enjoy additional benefits:
Immerse yourself in the vitality of this delightful capital city of the world’s oldest kingdom as you explore its expansive parks and plazas and a treasure trove of historic galleries and buildings. Discover its exquisite combination of Scandinavian elegance and European joie de vivre. Visitors traveling outside the city enter an altogether different world; one where stately castles are found nestled in the gentle, emerald-green Danish countryside.
One of the most charming ports on the Baltic Sea, Warnemünde’s quaint harbor opens into a delightful beach resort area. The old town, within walking distance from the pier, warmly welcomes you to window-shop, stroll along the twisting streets or pause for a lingering cup of coffee in a local café. Warnemünde is also a gateway to the old Hanseatic town of Rostock, as well as one of Europe's most historic and bustling cities, Berlin.
This “City of the Sea” with over 450 years of creative heritage has produced some of the world's finest architects, and legacy of their splendid work is seen everywhere. Mother Nature has also made her mark here, as leafy parks and picturesque bays continue punctuate the promenades. A political and economic hub, this city is also a cultural center with 20 theaters, the National Opera, and fascinating museums and art galleries.
Experience Russian culture like no other in the beautiful city of Saint Petersburg. Walk the halls of its many affluent palaces, like the elegant Winter Palace, get close to world famous art in the rich Hermitage Museum and stare up in awe at the gold plated dome of St. Isaac’s Cathedral.
Estonia’s capital of Tallinn is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a quintessential medieval city: fortified walls, 13th-century buildings, cobblestone streets, and all the attendant charm. And though the Estonian’s are ethnic and linguistic cousins of the Finns, Finland never ruled Estonia, though it was controlled by Denmark (who founded Tallinn), Sweden, Poland, and finally, Russia. True independence was not achieved until 1991.
Our our exclusive Virtuoso Voyages event, We’ll begin our exploration in the Upper Town, admiring the skyline of Cathedral Hill and stopping at the foot of Dome Hill. We’ll see the Parliament House, located in ninth-century Toompea Castle, and the onion-domed Russian Orthodox Church. We’ll take a short break for a cup of coffee with cake and enjoy the show of one of the best folkdance groups in Estonia before continuing to Lower Town. Here we will stop to see the Holy Ghost Church, the medieval Great Guild House and numerous medieval merchants’ homes, and Town Hall Square.
We’ll transfer to lunch at a charming art nouveau style restaurant for local Estonian dishes. After we’ll head to Maarjamäe Palace, a newly-opened museum celebrating the centenary of the Estonian Republic. The highlight is the interactive exhibition “My Free Country,” which tells fascinating stories of the Estonian people. Following our visit we will transfer back to the ship.
A true capital of culture, this old-world city of modern design, fashion and New Nordic cuisine is renowned for its sense of style. Set over 14 islands firmly linked by over 50 bridges, Sweden’s enchanting capital is home to the legendary Gamla Stan, museums and more.
Cruise Fares start at $4,390 per person in double occupancy.
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