Baltic cruise guide

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The Baltic Sea offers glimpses of some of the most diverse and beautiful sights in the world – from the wintery climate of Iceland to the canals of the Netherlands.

Cruise 1st Australia has some great deals on Baltic cruise trips for 2013. Take a look at our full range of Baltic cruises here, or keep reading to learn more about this fantastic area of the world.

Why you should choose a Baltic cruise

The Baltic Sea is home to some of the most breathtaking and fascinating tourist destinations in Northern Europe. On a Baltic cruise you’ll have the chance to see the Scandinavian trio of Denmark, Sweden and Norway, the remote Archipelagos of Scotland, the Netherlands, Finland and many more.

Our Baltic cruises take place on some of the finest cruise lines in the world, including Celebrity Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Holland America Line, Cunard and Crystal Cruises.

And depending on the cruise you choose, you’ll get to see much more than just the Baltics, too – with some of our cruises stopping off at New York, England, Germany and more.

We’re always updating our range of cruises, so check our Baltic cruises page for the latest deals.

Baltic cruise trips for 2013

Here are some of the current highlights of our Baltic cruise deals for 2013. To see the full range, visit our Baltic cruise deals page.

Iceland, Greenland and Norway
Emerald Princess
10th September 2013 for 16 nights

Setting off from Copenhagen, Denmark, this cruise stops off at Oslo, Kristiansand, Glasgow (Greenock), Belfast, Reykjavik, Qaqortoq, Halifax and finally New York City.

Norwegian Fjords and North Cape
Queen Elizabeth
1st July 2013 for 14 nights

Starting at Southampton, this cruise stops at Stavanger, Flam, Alesund, Trondheim, Honningsvaag, North Cape, Tromso, Geiranger, Bergen and back to Southampton.

Baltic Capitals (fly/stay/cruise)
Celebrity Constellation
28th July 2013 for 17 nights

After flying from Australia to Amsterdam, where you’ll stay for two nights, you’ll embark on a cruise to Berlin (Warnemunde), Stockholm, Helsinki, St Petersburg, Tallinn, Copenhagen, back to Amsterdam and then a flight back to Australia.

Norway, Iceland and Faroe Islands from Copenhagen
Norwegian Star
19th September 2013 for 12 nights

Starting from Copenhagen, this cruise stops off at Bergen (Norway), Alesund, Lerwick, Thorshavn, Faroe Islands, Denmark, Reykjavik, Oslo, Helsingborg and back to Copenhagen.

Remember, these are just a few of the trips currently available through Cruise 1st Australia. See more Baltic cruise trips here.

Photo of Emerald Princess by Holger Ellgaard

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Alyssa Beit

Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

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