Based on 2 adults: From £1,985pp, - includes discount £392 - Total Price £3,971.
Saturday, August 15, 2020, for 14 night cruise - onboard the Marella Explorer 2, Baltic Discovery itinerary, Decks 8/9 Inside Cabin - All Inclusive with Marella Cruises by TUI - departure port Newcastle.
Baltic Discovery - Itinerary day 1: Newcastle
Baltic Discovery - Itinerary day 2: Ship at Sea
Baltic Discovery - Itinerary day 3: Oslo
Oslo – Norway’s capital, where mesmerising natural beauty meets modern architecture and engineering. You’ll find a unique landscape of lakes, forests and pretty peninsula islands standing shoulder to shoulder with cutting-edge design and a thriving arts and cultural scene. Throw in a passion for great food and hip evening hangouts and you’ve got a truly unique city.
Baltic Discovery - Itinerary day 4: Gothenburg
With a hip café and bar culture, Gothenburg lives up to its nickname, ‘Little London’. But, that’s where the similarities end. All canals, grand buildings and wide boulevards, it gives Stockholm a run for its money in the Swedish beauty stakes. The port city’s population only tops half a million, so it’s retained its relaxed, small-town feel. And it manages to strike the perfect balance of restaurants, shops, museums and parks.
Baltic Discovery - Itinerary day 5: Ship at Sea
Baltic Discovery - Itinerary day 6: Stockholm
Spread out across 14 islands, spotless Stockholm is an enchanting slice of Scandinavia. Bursting with museums, galleries, bars and restaurants, there’s never a dull moment in this spellbinding city.
Baltic Discovery - Itinerary day 7: Tallinn
Across the water from Finland lies this captivating World Heritage Site, the capital city of Estonia. Without doubt, Tallinn is one of Europe’s most remarkable architectural havens. The old town is a magnificent jumble of Medieval walls and turrets, spires and winding cobbled hills. Don’t forget your cameras for this one.
Baltic Discovery - Itinerary days 8 and 9: St Petersburg
Beautiful bridges. Shimmering canals. Ornate palaces. St Petersburg really is special. It’s one architectural delight after another. Even its metro stations resemble underground palaces. In short, it’s everything you want out of Russia - right down to those Mr Whippy-esque cathedral spires.
Baltic Discovery - Itinerary day 10: Helsinki
Cruise into one of the world’s most beautiful harbours. With more shops, sights, bars and restaurants than you can shake a stick at, this chic metropolis will linger in the mind long after you’ve set sail for your next adventure.
Baltic Discovery - Itinerary day 11: Ship at Sea
Baltic Discovery - Itinerary day 12: Warnemunde
Gilded with gorgeous beaches, Medieval Warnemunde is a popular holiday spot. Spend the day lounging on the sands or climb to the top of the lighthouse to enjoy the views over the Baltic Sea. If your ship is in port for more than a few hours, you can also visit the German capital, Berlin.
Baltic Discovery - Itinerary day 13: Kalundborg
This bustling market town in the west of Denmark has got an interesting past that’s well worth unravelling. Its narrow streets are made for strolling so grab a map, pack your camera and get ready to explore. If that sounds too much like hard work, you’ll be glad to hear the town’s surrounded by beaches. Or perhaps you’ll prefer a trip to Copenhagen, where shops, sights, museums and galleries conspire to steal your heart.
Baltic Discovery - Itinerary day 14: Ship at Sea
Baltic Discovery - Itinerary day 15: Newcastle
Cruise Ship Details - Marella Explorer 2 :
- 8 restaurants
- 9 bars
- Coffee shop
- Outdoor pool
- Beauty salon
Marella Explorer 2 is our newest ship in the fleet. It’s adults only and flaunts a range of exciting facilities, from a Champneys Spa to a chic bar-club-casino space. You’ve got nine bars and nine restaurants on this ship, too. Top spots include The 19th Hole – a golf-themed bar with a golf simulator – Flutes, where you can sip Champagne* or Prosecco to the sounds of a pianist and Beach Cove – a relaxed restaurant with barbecue-inspired menus and quirky swinging seats. Not to mention the outdoor spaces, such as The Veranda, where you can enjoy far-reaching sea views.