Regent SevernSea Cruise - Stockholm to Dover

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Belgium, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, United Kingdom

Best time to go: September

13 Nights | from £5,100pp

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Holiday type: Group departure

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Explore the grand palaces, museums and cathedrals of St Petersburg during a three-day stay
  • Stroll through the beautiful medieval streets of Tallinn’s old town
  • Admire the striking Art Nouveau architecture of Riga
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  • Abercrombie & Kent are proud to collaborate with Regent SevenSeas and can offer exciting pre and post cruise experiences >

Pre Cruise Day 1
Start your adventure with your international flight from the UK to Stockholm. Why not let us arrange a pre cruise night stay at one of our handpicked hotels such as the Grand Hotel Stockholm to allow you time to freshen up before you cruise sets sail?
Grand Hotel Stockholm | Meals: Breakfast

Day 2 Stockholm, Sweden
This island city is regarded as one of the most beautiful in the Baltic and even though it is spread across 14 islands, connected by bridges, it is easy to get around with several distinctive neighbourhoods. Don’t miss Gamla Stan, the oldest part of the city dating from the 13th century with its narrow cobbled streets, and tall brightly-painted buildings housing restaurants, cafes and shops. For something different, visit the Vasa Museum, built around a 17th-century warship that sank in Stockholm Harbour or take a high-speed boat ride through the archipelago. Music fans can even visit the ABBA Museum.
Seven Seas Navigator | Meals: Dinner

Day 3 Mariehamn, Finland
Founded in 1861 by Tsar Alexander II who promptly named it after his wife, this city is the capital of the Aland archipelago comprising 6,700 islands described as being at the heart of the Baltic. Located halfway between Finland and Sweden, the islands are a curious mix – Swedish speaking, but an autonomous region of Finland with its own flag, stamps and vehicle licence plates. Mariehamn is a smaller, quieter alternative to the other Baltic capitals and is renowned for its natural beauty. The capital’s Maritime Museum gives an insight into its sea-going history and its life as part of the Russian Empire.
Seven Seas Navigator | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Days 4-6 St. Petersburg, Russia
This Russian city puts the grand into grandeur with its aw-inspiring collection of grand palaces, museums and cathedrals that rose to royal glory under the Russian tsars and survived the subsequent Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 and, more recently, decades of Communist rule. The top draw is undoubtedly the Hermitage Museum, housed in the 18th-century Baroque Winter Palace. With more than three million exhibits housed in at least 1,000 rooms, it could take days to explore on its own. Catherine Palace, near the town of Pushkin is another unmissable sight as is the Peterhof Palace, St Petersburg’s answer to Versailles.
Seven Seas Navigator | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7 Tallinn, Estonia
The fairytale appeal of Tallinn’s old town, with its charming collection of ochre-roofed baroque palaces, church spires and pointed towers make this city a high point of any Baltic cruise. As you stroll the cobbled streets and alleyways of this medieval quarter, look out for the Alexander Nevski Cathedral and Estonia’s oldest church, Toomkirk. And if this proves to be thirsty work, try a glass of the local brew in the Town Hall Square. Shoppers can browse for art and antiques, while Muurivahe Street, along the city wall, is noted for its colourful knitwear.
Seven Seas Navigator | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8 Riga, Latvia
Latvia’s capital is an engaging mix of influences, having been ruled by the Germans, Swedish and Russians for 700 years. The city’s extensive Art Nouveau architecture is one of its defining features, and regarded as some of the best in Europe, while its historic heart has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage site. Highlights of the walled old city include the medieval wall mounting in the Dome Cathedral and its impressive organ and the War Museum, set in an 18th-century defence tower, with interesting recounts of the country’s turbulent past.
Seven Seas Navigator | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9 Cruising the Baltic Sea 
Spend the day relaxing on the ship and enjoying the views as you cruise through the Baltic Sea. 
Seven Seas Navigator | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10 Kiel Canal Transit
Today you will cruise through the Kiel Canal, which cuts through the base of the Jutland Peninsula, connecting the Baltic Sea with the North Sea. The 60-mile channel took approximately 9,000 workers eight years to build and officially opened in 1895, though was later widened. It is now the world’s busiest canal, with more than 40,000 vessels passing through each year. 
Seven Seas Navigator | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 11 Hamburg, Germany
 As a maritime powerhouse from centuries past, Hamburg has become one of Germany’s wealthiest cities and is also famed for its vibrant neighbourhoods and attractive architecture along with the former reputation of its notorious Reeperbahn Red Light district and lively music scene from which the Beatles famously emerged in the 1960s. Cultural fans can view famous works of art at the Hamburger Kunsthalle, enjoy a coffee on one of the terraces of the Alsterarkaden, stroll through the historic warehouse district and climb to the top of 400-year-old St. Michaelis Church for the fantastic views.
Seven Seas Navigator | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 12 Rotterdam, Netherlands
Rotterdam can trace it roots back many centuries to 1328 when the peaceful fishing village on the Rotte river was granted city rights. Today it is a gleaming modern powerhouse, having been reborn after several aerial bombardments during the Second World War that wiped out most of its historic buildings. A major post-war rebuilding programme saw it become the world’s busiest port, until it was overtaken by Shanghai in 2004. But the city is still a major force and its dynamic drive has brought cutting-edge architecture, world-class museums and a lively social scene.
Seven Seas Navigator | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 13 Antwerp, Belgium
Regarded as Belgium’s ‘capital of cool’, Antwerp has long been a fashionable haunt for artistic types.  During the 1700s it was one of Europe’s key cities, thanks to is diamond industry and position as a historic trading centre.  Today, it is known for its beautifully preserved Gothic and Baroque architecture, which includes the Cathedral of Our Lady, a masterpiece of lace work in stone on Groenplaats public square. One of its most famous inhabitants was the Flemish Baroque painter Peter Paul Rubens whose works adorn parts of the city, while his former home is open to the public.
Seven Seas Navigator | Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 14 Dover, UK/Disembark
Let Dover’s famous white cliffs welcome you home as you sail into the port. On the approach, look for the medieval castle atop that has guarded England’s Kent shores since Roman times. It is surrounded by miles of National Trust countryside, with views to the landmark Victorian South Foreland Lighthouse. 
Seven Seas Navigator | Meals: Breakfast

Pricing
At A&K all of our journeys are individually tailored to suit your needs and timescale. As a guide, this 14 day suggested holiday will cost from £5,100 per person, based on two sharing a Windown Suite, including international flights, arrival hotel gratuities, service charges, all dining, premium standard alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, Wi-Fi and 27 shore excursions to choose from during the voyage. 

We can also help you extend your stay with pre and post travel >


 

 

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Schedule of travel

We are happy to arrange pre and post travel for you for this sailing

Sep 13th 2017 UK/Stockholm 
Sep 14th 2017 Stockholm (Sweden)
Sep 15th 2017 Mariehamn (Finland)
Sep 16th 2017 St. Petersburg (Russia)
Sep 17th 2017 St. Petersburg (Russia)
Sep 18th 2017 St. Petersburg (Russia)
Sep 19th 2017 Tallinn (Estonia)
Sep 20th 2017 Riga (Latvia)
Sep 21st 2017 Cruising the Baltic Sea 
Sep 22nd 2017 Kiel Canal Transit
Sep 23rd 2017 Hamburg (Germany)
Sep 24th 2017 Rotterdam (Netherlands)
Sep 25th 2017 Antwerp (Belgium)
Sep 26th 2017 Dover (UK)

 


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Useful info

Best time to be there

Germany is a year-round destination. While Munich might be considerably further south than Berlin, the two cities have broadly comparable summers due to altitude of Munich. May through to September are the most popular months and best for getting outdoors. Spring and Autumn hold real attraction as they are quieter and the weather is still pleasant. Winter is Christmas market time in the main cities.

Fly to

Berlin - British Airways, easyJet
Munich - British Airways, easyJet
Cologne / Bonn - easyJet
Dusseldorf - British Airways, easyJet
Dortmund - easyJet
Frankfurt - British Airways
Hamburg - British Airways, easyJet
Stuttgart - British Airways

Flying time

Berlin - 1 hour 50 minutes
Munich - 1 hour 50 minutes
Cologne / Bonn -1 hour 20 minutes
Dusseldorf - 1 hour 20 minutes
Dortmund - 1 hour 15 minutes
Frankfurt - 1 hour 45 minutes
Hamburg - 1 hour 35 minutes
Stuttgart - 1 hour 35 minutes
Time difference

GMT +1 hour


Best time to be there
May through to September offers the mildest weather and the highest number of travellers. This is the time of the long, long summer days in the land of the midnight sun. Further north in Lapland, October to March are good times to visit to enjoy winter activities, such as ice swimming and dog sledding and it is the best time to see the spectacular Northern Lights. Helsinki is great to visit all year round.

Fly to
Helsinki

Flying time
2 hours 45 minutes

Time difference
GMT + 2


Best time to be there

May to October is the best time to enjoy the summer days. Russian winters can be extremely cold, but if well protected against the elements, is a romantic time to visit.

Fly to

St Petersburg (British Airways) or Moscow (British Airways and easyJet)

flying time

3.5 to 4 hours

time difference

GMT +3 hours

Visas

Yes, obtainable in advance


Best time to be there
Best visited during the long summer days from May to September when the midnight sun brings 24 hours of daylight, ideal if you are planning to spend much of your time outdoors.
Despite the very cold winters, there is still a great deal to do and see, from husky sledding to ice hotel stays and, between November and March, the chance to witness the Northern Lights.

Fly to
Stockholm, Malmo & Gothenburg

Flying time
2 hours

Time difference
GMT + 2


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