Cosmopolitan capitals and enchanting islands on new P&O Cruises Scandinavia and Baltic Sea holidays

P&O Cruises (Logo)P&O Cruises has put on sale a new collection of 2024 holidays, including a selection of Scandinavia and Baltic Sea itineraries where guests will have the opportunity to explore fairy-tale castles, kayak through capital cities or discover the Viking way of life.

Itineraries also include overnight stays in Helsinki, Copenhagen and Stockholm, giving guests more time to experience these cosmopolitan cities from dawn to dusk.

P&O Cruises offers unbeatable value with so much included, including accommodation, full board meals, pools and entertainment (theatre shows, headline performers, live bands, comedy and first run films), as well as supervised round-the-clock complimentary children’s clubs. Shore experiences and drinks can all be pre-purchased in pounds to give reassurance.

Guests can also make sure their money goes even further with offers including a 10% deposit and extra on-board spending money when booked by November 30, 2022.

New itineraries

● Scandinavia and Baltic Sea, 16 nights from £1,699pp
16-night cruise on Arcadia (J409) for £1,699 per person for an inside cabin. Departing June 25, 2024, the price includes full board meals and entertainment. Departing from and returning to Southampton ports of call are Kiel (Germany), Helsinki (Finland), Tallinn (Estonia), Stockholm (Sweden), Klaipeda (Lithuania), Warnemunde (Germany), Aarhus (Denmark) and Skagen (Denmark).

● Scandinavia and Baltic Sea, 16 nights from £1,349pp
16-night cruise on Aurora (R409) for £1,349 per person for an inside cabin. Departing May 18, 2024, the price includes full board meals and entertainment. Departing from and returning to Southampton ports of call are Kiel (Germany), Helsinki (Finland), Tallinn (Estonia), Visby (Sweden), Klaipeda (Lithuania), Warnemunde (Germany), Aarhus (Denmark) and Skagen (Denmark).

● Scandinavia and Baltic Sea, 16 nights from £1,449pp
16-night cruise on Aurora (R417) for £1,449 per person for an inside cabin. Departing August 26, 2024, the price includes full board meals and entertainment. Departing from and returning to Southampton ports of call are Kiel (Germany), Helsinki (Finland), Tallinn (Estonia), Visby (Sweden), Klaipeda (Lithuania), Bornholm (Denmark), Aarhus (Denmark) and Skagen (Denmark).

● Scandinavia and Baltic Sea, 14 nights from £1,149
14-night cruise on Britannia (B411) for £1,149 per person for an inside cabin. Departing May 10, 2024, the price includes kids clubs, full board meals and entertainment. Departing from and returning to Southampton ports of call are Kiel (Germany), Stockholm (Sweden), Helsinki (Finland), Tallinn (Estonia) and Copenhagen (Denmark).

● Scandinavia and Baltic Sea, 14 nights from £1,299pp
14-night cruise on Britannia (B421) for £1,299 per person for an inside cabin. Departing August 30, 2024, the price includes kids clubs, full board meals and entertainment. Departing from and returning to Southampton ports of call are Kiel (Germany), Helsinki (Finland), Tallinn (Estonia), Visby (Sweden) and Copenhagen (Denmark).

● Scandinavia and Baltic Sea, 14 nights from £1,299pp
14-night cruise on Britannia (B423) for £1,299 per person for an inside cabin. Departing September 20, 2024, the price includes kids clubs, full board meals and entertainment. Departing from and returning to Southampton ports of call are Kiel (Germany), Helsinki (Finland), Tallinn (Estonia), Visby (Sweden) and Copenhagen (Denmark).

● Iceland, 16 nights from £1,649pp
16-night cruise on Arcadia (J412N) for £1,649 per person for an inside cabin. Departing July 30, 2024, the price includes full board meals and entertainment. Departing from and returning to Southampton, ports of call are Belfast, Stornoway, Reykjavik, Isafjordur (Iceland), Akureyri (Iceland), Alesund (Norway) and Skjolden (Norway).

● British Isles, 14 nights from £1,299pp
14-night cruise on Britannia (B414N) for £1,299 per person for an inside cabin. Departing June 7, 2024, the price includes kids clubs, full board meals and entertainment. Departing from and returning to Southampton, ports of call are New Haven, Invergordon, Kirkwall, Greenock, Liverpool and Cobh.

● Canary Islands, 14 nights from £1,249pp
14-night cruise on Britannia (B417N) for £1,249 per person for an inside cabin. Departing July 5, 2024, the price includes kids clubs, full board meals and entertainment. Departing from and returning to Southampton, ports of call are Madeira, La Palma, Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Cadiz and Lisbon.

Example destinations and shore experiences

● Stockholm, Sweden
Stockholm – where the Baltic meets Lake Malaren – is approached through 14 spectacular islands and small islets. The heart of this famous city is its medieval quarter which dates from the 13th Century. Here you can stroll through narrow cobbled streets lined with quirky shops and atmospheric cafes.
Example shore experience: Explore the city’s many waterways in a glass-topped sightseeing boat, which will give you the best views of Stockholm’s architecture and some of the 40 elaborate bridges which link its islands.

● Tallinn, Estonia
A UNESCO World Heritage Centre, Tallinn’s Old Town is a mix of Gothic spires, cobbled alleyways and pastel-painted merchants’ houses. Visit the workshops in Catherine’s Passage to watch artisans creating leatherwork, jewellery and ceramics, or sit at a pavement cafe while enjoying alfresco performances from brass bands, string quartets and strolling players.
Example shore experience: Take time to visit some of the city’s most spectacular architecture with a trip to Baroque Toompea Castle (home of the Estonian Parliament) and the elaborate Gothic façade of the 13th century Raekoda, Europe’s oldest town hall.

● Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen was the adopted home of Hans Christian Andersen – commemorated in the waterfront sculpture of his Little Mermaid.
Example shore experience: Visit Tivoli Gardens, where you can soar above the city in a hot air balloon suspended from a Ferris Wheel. Since it opened in 1843, the park has served as inspiration for the likes of Hans Christian Andersen and Walt Disney and has been a haven for locals and visitors alike.

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