Hidden Baltic Treasures Cruise
- Sept 2020

Tuesday 22nd September 2020 - 14 nights
Departing from Cobh
from €1266 per person

A kaleidoscope of history and culture

Visiting Denmark, Sweden, Lithuania, Poland and Germany, this enticing itinerary unveils some of the Baltic Sea’s hidden gems. Explore Rønne, the little capital of Bornholm Island; Visby, a living relic of medieval heyday and Gdańsk, Poland’s oldest city, where the first shots of Wolrd War II were fired. There is also the chance to discover the contrasting cities of Gothenburg and Berlin.

Gothenburg – Sweden

Gothenburg, a major city in Sweden, is situated off the Göta älv river on the country’s west coast. An important seaport, it’s known for its Dutch-style canals and leafy boulevards like the Avenyn, the city’s main thoroughfare, lined with many cafes and shops.

Warnemünde – Germany

Warnemünde is a German port town on the Baltic Sea, near Rostock. It’s known for its long beachfront and marina. Nearby, the Alter Strom canal is lined with shops and fishing boats. The Edvard Munch Haus, former home of the renowned expressionist painter, runs exhibitions and events. The late-19th-century lighthouse and neighboring Teepott building display distinctive East German architecture.

Rønne, Bornholm – Denmark

Nestled nearer to Sweden than Denmark, Bornholm has been under Danish rule since 1522. Once an important Baltic trading port, today the island is known for its scenic beauty and historic Old Town. Be sure to enjoy a leisurely stroll in the Gamle Stan (Old Town) with its cobbled streets and yellow and orange cross-timbered houses.

Visby, Gotland – Sweden

Beautiful Visby is a stunning sight as you sail into Gotland, its Cathedral, stone building rooftops and the old city wall are the ports stunning backdrop. Just a short walk from the ship, you can follow the old city wall round to the original entrance into the city, dating back to the 12th Century, much of the original town has survived, and wandering its UNESCO World Heritage streets is the perfect way to spend your day on shore.

Klaipėda – Lithuania

As Lithuania’s oldest city, Klaipeda dates back to the 7th century and there is history crammed into every nook and cranny of the city. Much of the historic centre does not exist anymore, although the Prussian influences are still clearly visible throughout the city especially in the town square and adjoining streets.

Prices can vary for this Hidden Baltic Treasures Cruise, please contact us for more information.

  • 22-09-20 – Depart Ringaskiddy, Cork at 18.00
  • 23-09-20 – At sea
  • 24-09-20 – At sea
  • 25-09-20 – Gothenburg (Sweden) – Arrive 12.00, depart 18.00
  • 26-09-20 – arnemünde (Germany) – Arrive 12.30, depart 22.00
  • 27-09-20 – Rønne, Bornholm (Denmark) – Arrive 08.00, depart 17.00
  • 28-09-20 – Visby, Gotland (Sweden) – Arrive 08.30, depart 19.00
  • 29-09-20 – Klaipėda (Lithuania) – Arrive 12.00, depart 20.00
  • 30-09-20 – Gdynia (Poland) – Arrive 05.30, depart 15.00
  • 01-10-20 – At sea
  • 02-10-20 – Skagen (Denmark) – Arrive 08.00, depart 17.00
  • 03-10-20 – At sea
  • 04-10-20 – At sea
  • 05-10-20 – Bristol Portbury (United Kingdom) – Arrive 09.30, depart 19.00
  • 06-10-20 – Arrive Cobh, Cork 11.00


Visiting Denmark, Sweden, Lithuania, Poland and Germany, this enticing itinerary unveils some of the Baltic Sea’s hidden gems. Explore Rønne, the little capital of Bornholm Island; Visby, a living relic of medieval heyday and Gdańsk, Poland’s oldest city.

Hidden Baltic Treasures Cruise
Hidden Baltic Treasures Cruise
Hidden Baltic Treasures Cruise
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