Thank you to everyone at Kensington for this experience. It was so beyond our expectations!
- Deborah E.
The Port of St. Petersburg is located on the islands of Neva Delta, in Neva Bay in the east part of the Baltic Sea's Gulf of Finland. St. Petersburg is a popular port of call for cruise ships sailing to Scandinavia and northern Europe. St. Petersburg is known as a cultural center and is renowned for its elegant buildings. The city is spread over 42 islands in the delta of the River Neva. It was built by Peter the Great in 1703 and remained the capital of Tsarist Russia for 200 years. Wide boulevards, tranquil canals, bridges and some of the best examples of tsarist architecture gave rise to the epithet the ‘Venice of the North’. The Palace Square and the Winter Palace (Hermitage Museum) are among the most popular attractions for enthusiasts of Russian history.
Europe & Baltic Cruises
Explore Copenhagen on a shared tour before you embark on this Baltic Cruise. This cruise voyage will take you from the Scandinavian coast to mainland Europe, sailing the waters of the Baltic Sea as you visit the port cities of Copenhagen, Warnemunde, Stockholm, Tallinn and St. Petersburg. Includes private shore excursions & Tours in Copengahen, Tallinn, St. Petersburg and premium accommodation.
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