Viking Homelands


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    Tour scenic fjords, towns & cities

    Sail the clear waters of Scandinavia and the Baltic on this 15-day cruise. Enjoy overnights in cosmopolitan Stockholm, majestic St. Petersburg and scenic Bergen, and explore charming historic city centers in Tallinn and Gdańsk. Visit Helsinki, Berlin and Copenhagen and witness breathtaking scenery from your ship as she glides through majestic Norwegian fjords in the legendary homelands of the Vikings.

    Itinerary

    Day 1 Stockholm, Sweden
    Stockholm boasts an incredibly preserved 13th-century Old Town, or Gamla Stan.

    Day 2 Stockholm, Sweden
    A stunning 14-island archipelago, Stockholm is linked by 57 graceful bridges.

    Day 3 Helsinki, Finland
    Elegant Helsinki is known for its neoclassical treasures and Art Nouveau grace.

    Day 4 St. Petersburg, Russia
    Russia’s second largest city, St. Petersburg has been called “Venice of the North” for its many islands, canals and bridges.

    Day 5 St. Petersburg, Russia
    Resplendent palaces and dazzling onion-domed churches grace St. Petersburg’s cityscape.

    Day 6 Tallinn, Estonia
    Tallinn’s Old Town is one of the finest medieval quarters in Northern Europe.

    Day 7 Cruise the Baltic Sea
    Composed of the Gulf of Bothnia, Bay of Bothnia, Gulf of Finland and Gulf of Riga, the Baltic Sea drains into the Kattegat Sea and is connected by canals to the White Sea and North Sea.

    Day 8 Gdańsk, Poland
    Gdańsk is widely known for its gilded Goldwasser, glowing amber and Gothic cathedrals.

    Day 9 Berlin, Germany
    A cosmopolitan, forward-thinking European cultural capital, Berlin is rich in history.

    Day 10 Copenhagen, Denmark
    Copenhagen brims with fairy-tale charms, from its The Little Mermaid statue to Tivoli Gardens.

    Day 11 Ålborg, Denmark
    Founded by Vikings in the late 900s, Ålborg, enjoys a glorious fjord-like setting.

    Day 12 Stavanger, Norway
    Stavanger’s Old Town has Europe’s highest concentration of 17th- and 18th-century wooden buildings.

    Day 13 Eidfjord, Norway
    Quaint Eidfjord is nestled amidst one of Norway’s most scenic regions.

    Day 14 Bergen, Norway
    Bergen, with its historic Bryggen wharf, exudes the quaint character of a fishing village.

    Day 15 Bergen, Norway
    Scenic Bergen is nestled amid snow-capped mountains, magnificent fjords and a glacier.

    Images courtesy of Viking Ocean Cruises