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zTreasures of Scandinavia + The Baltic Sea

11 days

With an expert host + Private classical music concerts

Small Ship Discoveries

  • Travel with Paul Volcker, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve System, and Roger Cohen, New York Times foreign affairs columnist, as they discuss 21st-century Europe and the legacy of its tumultuous history.
  • Spend two days in St. Petersburg, Peter the Great’s “window on the West” and one of Europe’s most magnificent cities.
  • Navigate the labyrinth of islands leading to Stockholm and discover Berlin, once famously divided by its Wall into East and West.
  • Enjoy private concerts by renowned musicians from The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center.
  • Includes c5 UNESCO World Heritage sites.

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Day
1

Copenhagen, Denmark - Embark

Arrive in Copenhagen. Denmark’s charming capital - and transfer to Corinthian. Enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure. Overnight aboard ship docked in Copenhagen. Enjoy our first concert of the program aboard ship. Meals D

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2

Copenhagen

In the morning enjoy a tour of Copenhagen including a view of Amalienborg Palace and visits of Rosenborg Castle and the  renowned classical and ancient collections at the lyptotek. Meals B, L, D

Day
3

Szczecin, Poland - Berlin, Germany or Stargard Szczecinski, Poland - Szczecin, Poland

We call at Szczecin today, our port for visiting Berlin. Enjoy a full-day excursion to the lively and cosmopolitan capital of Germany. Our tour includes iconic sights such as the Brandenburg Gate as well as a visit to Berlin’s famed Museum Island, featuring the Pergamon and Bode Museums. As an alternative to Berlin, choose to tour Stargard Szczecinski, one of the oldest cities in Poland’s Pomerania region that is beautifully preserved with Gothic and Baroque architecture. Meals B, L, D

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4

Karlskrona, Sweden - Kristianopel - Karlskrona

Karlskrona was founded in the 17th century as the ice-free home port of Sweden’s Baltic fleet. Today, Sweden’s only Baroque city is home to the country’s last-remaining naval base. Our tour of this regal city includes its picturesque old quarter. Afterwards, enjoy a short ride to nearby Kristianopel, a small historic fishing village now known for its roses. The second concert will be held today, at a historical venue ashore. Meals B, L, D

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5

Visby, Gotland Island

On Gotland - the largest island in the Baltic Sea - enjoy a walking tour of the beautifully preserved medieval town of Visby, once a stronghold of the Hanseatic League. Included is the Gotlands Fornsal Museum, dedicated to the display of Viking and Nordic artifacts. Meals B, L, D

Day
6

Tallinn, Estonia

One of the best-preserved medieval towns in Europe, and capital of the republic of Estonia, Tallinn reveals a distinctive blend of German, Scandinavian, and Russian influences. A walking tour of the Old Town includes the massive Toompea Castle, begun around 1229; the 13th-century cathedral, renowned for its exquisite Baroque altar; the remains of the city walls; and several fine medieval merchants’ houses. Enjoy another concert at a historical venue. Meals B, L, D

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Days 7 - St. Petersburg, Russia

Enjoy two days in St. Petersburg, the magnificent Baltic city that Peter the Great built as his “window on the West.” Built on islands connected with delicate wrought-iron bridges, St. Petersburg boasts canals lined with magnificent palaces, while its world-renowned museums house priceless art. See the Admiralty, the architectural heart of the city; the lavishly decorated St. Isaac’s Cathedral, crowned by a huge dome; and the Peter and Paul Fortress. Visit the Hermitage Museum, formerly the Winter Palace of the czars. The museum houses one of the world’s greatest art collections, displaying masterpieces by da Vinci, Titian, Rubens, and Rembrandt among others. Also enjoy Peterhof (Petrodvorets), the most brilliant of the czars’ summer palaces, whose most spectacular feature is perhaps the Great Cascade, a gilded, stepped progression of water from the palace down to the sea. Our final concert will be held in St. Petersburg at a historical venue. Meals B, L, D

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Days 8 - St. Petersburg, Russia

Enjoy two days in St. Petersburg, the magnificent Baltic city that Peter the Great built as his “window on the West.” Built on islands connected with delicate wrought-iron bridges, St. Petersburg boasts canals lined with magnificent palaces, while its world-renowned museums house priceless art. See the Admiralty, the architectural heart of the city; the lavishly decorated St. Isaac’s Cathedral, crowned by a huge dome; and the Peter and Paul Fortress. Visit the Hermitage Museum, formerly the Winter Palace of the czars. The museum houses one of the world’s greatest art collections, displaying masterpieces by da Vinci, Titian, Rubens, and Rembrandt among others. Also enjoy Peterhof (Petrodvorets), the most brilliant of the czars’ summer palaces, whose most spectacular feature is perhaps the Great Cascade, a gilded, stepped progression of water from the palace down to the sea. Our final concert will be held in St. Petersburg at a historical venue. Meals B, L, D

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9

Helsinki, Finland

Arrive in Helsinki, Finland’s energetic, friendly capital, which is internationally recognized for its striking architecture. A tour includes the grand Orthodox Uspenski Cathedral; colorful Market Square, featuring food, furs, and other local goods; the subterranean Temppeliaukio Kirkko, or Rock Church, hewn from solid rock; the Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art; and the Sibelius Memorial. We will also see examples of Helsinki’s famous architecture, including the opera house. Meals B, L, D

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10

Cruising the Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden - Stockholm

This morning relax and enjoy the beautiful views as we cruise the Stockholm archipelago en route to Sweden’s capital. Our tour of Stockholm will include City Hall, Gamla Stan (Old Town), and Storkyrkan (the Great Church). View the Main Square and the Royal Palace. Meals B, L, D

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Stockholm - Disembark - Fly to USA

Disembark in Stockholm and transfer to the airport for return flights to the U.S. Meals B

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Port charges of $590 per person are not included.

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