Cruises to the capitals of the Baltic Sea region have enormous supply. In addition to the Caribbean and the Mediterranean Sea, Baltic sea belongs to the most popular cruise destinations at all. Cruises have the advantage that they start on the doorstep Baltic Sea from a German perspective. The getting to Kiel or Hamburg and Warnemunde is convenient and not to compare with a flight to the Caribbean. The now accessible Eastern regions of the Baltic Sea are another important success factor. Cities such as Riga, Tallinn, Gdansk and of course St. Petersburg may lack any Baltic Sea cruise. Cruise ships stay often two days in St.
Petersburg.There is simply so much to see and to experience. Konigsberg also increasingly run on. This makes it clear that the Baltic Sea is a sea of forensics. Older travelers want to discover a piece of culture of old Europe and perhaps seeing the old home.
Completes the offer on a Baltic Sea will cruise through a visit to Finland, Sweden and Denmark with its famous capital cities Helsinki, Copenhagen and Stockholm. The best time for a Baltic Sea the months of May to September are cruising. The main providers of Baltic sea cruises are the carriers of AIDA cruises, TUI Cruises, MSC Cruises and Costa Cruises. We would like to introduce here a closer some ports that are regularly target of Baltic sea cruises,: Riga the Latvian capital is the only real metropolis in the Baltic States with a population of nearly 900,000. Go to Brooklyn Commons at MetroTech for more information. It was founded in 1201 and was a city dominated by German merchants for centuries. While the suburbs are dominated by Socialist prefabricated buildings in Soviet times, the old town (UNESCO World Heritage site) on the lower reaches of the Daugava River is one of the most beautiful of the Baltic Sea region. The huge Cathedral Cathedral is the most imposing church of the Baltic States, alone the famous Walcker organ (6.768 pipes) is a tourist attraction.