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Queen Anne Baltic Sea Cruise

1.680€

About this cruise

Go on a 10-day cruise in the Baltic Sea, starting from Hamburg and heading to Kiel on the Queen Anne ship. Along the way, you`ll get to visit exciting destinations in Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Estonia, and Finland.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (1.680€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
02/07/2024 - 11/07/2024 3.490€ 4.010€ 4.360€ 9.780€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
02/07/2024 - 11/07/2024 3.360€ - - -

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
02/07/2024 - 11/07/2024 3.980€ 4.580€ 4.980€ 9.780€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
02/07/2024 - 11/07/2024 3.980€ 4.580€ 4.980€ 9.780€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Hamburg, Germany. The second largest city in Germany (1.8 million inhabitants) is located on the rivers Elbe and Alster. Because of this location, Hamburg has a dense network of waterways, even more bridges than Venice! The Hanseatic city is one of the most important economic locations in Germany with its seaport and media and cultural center. The contrasting city offers a distinct entertainment culture, which can be experienced in the legendary amusement district of St. Pauli as well as in the musical halls and theaters. The 1,200-year-old city is appreciated not only by culture enthusiasts, but also by scene-goers, as alongside traditional Kontor buildings, buildings with the most modern shops and bars are popping up. Other attractions include "Michel", the entire port area, Jungfernstieg, Reeperbahn, the televisio.

Day 2: Sea day.

Day 3: Copenhagen, Denmark. Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark, where according to UN statistics, the happiest people in the world live. The city is best explored by bike or on foot, as the center is not too big and easy to navigate. The Nyhavn is worth a visit, a water canal with many old sailing ships, leading through colorful houses painted in yellow, green, and red. You should also visit the little mermaid. The bronze statue is from the story of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen and is located at the Langelinie Pier. The Tivoli amusement park attracts young and old.

Day 4: Sea day.

Day 5: Visby (Gotland), Sweden. Framed by the 3.6 km long medieval city wall, the only one in Scandinavia, Visby`s picturesque half-timbered houses cower under the towering warehouses of the Hanseatic era, ivy-covered ruins and the tall towers of the St. Mary`s Church. However, Visby does not showcase its past in a museum-like fashion, but is instead a vibrant and lively city with many festivals, a bustling yacht and ferry harbor, and a sandy beach right outside the city walls. The sights are close together and it is recommended to explore the old Hanseatic city on foot. In addition, a variety of cultural events, festivals and other activities offer something for every taste, from folk dances to rock concerts, from mystery plays to avant-garde music, from antique markets to art.

Day 6: Tallinn, Estonia. Tallinn is the capital of Estonia and is located in the north of the country directly on the Baltic Sea. The TV tower is an important tourist attraction and also the tallest building in Estonia. On clear days, you can enjoy a view all the way to the Finnish coast. The unique Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and the Dom also count.

Day 7: Helsinki, Finland. Helsinki is the capital of Finland and with almost 600,000 inhabitants, the largest city in the country. The symbol of the city is the Cathedral. Buildings from the Art Nouveau and Neoclassical periods characterize the cityscape. Among the sights are the fortress of Suomenlinna, which stretches over five islands off Helsinki, the National Theatre, the Orthodox Uspenski Cathedral, and the Parliament House. For those seeking tranquility.

Day 8: Stockholm, Sweden. Stockholm, with its fantastic location at the mouth of Lake Mälaren into the Baltic Sea, is a mixture of sublime beauty and royal splendor, a vibrant, modern city with historical charm. Situated on 14 islands, it is considered one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe. Magnificent buildings, green oases, a downtown area with countless old avenues and historic squares, and a rich cultural life make up the charm of this city. Furthermore, the water in Stockholm is so clean that you can even swim and fish in the middle of the city! The Old Town is lined with beautiful old houses and the Royal Palace, which has been the residence of Swedish kings and queens since the 12th century. Landmarks: Great Church and Riddarholmen Church, Old Town, Palace, Parliament, City Hall, Drottnin.

Day 9: Sea day.

Day 10: Kiel, Germany. Kiel is the state capital of Schleswig-Holstein. In this traditional shipbuilding and naval city, you can take a walk in nature, enjoy the fresh air, and still have all the advantages of a big city. This combination of being close to nature and city life offers the people of Kiel a special quality of life. With its 250,000 inhabitants, Kiel is the center for culture and economy in the region. Residents from the surrounding area come to Kiel specifically to enjoy its diverse cultural scene, including opera and theater stages, concert halls, its own children`s and youth theater, museums, collections, independent cultural institutions, and scene meeting places. Kiel`s flagship ev.