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Baltic Plus Singles Cruise - from Stockholm
40's - 50's and 60's+ Singles Vacations

August 24 - September 3, 2021
Berlin - Poland - St. Petersburg - Helsinki - Stockholm

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Are you ready to see some amazing historical and cultural cities, meet lots of new friends and have a wonderful singles vacation? Join us on our Baltic Plus singles cruise, on-board the Norwegian Jade that departs from Stockholm. We have chosen the best included shore excursions in these wonderful Baltic capitals: Berlin - St Petersburg - Helsinki, Finland and Copenhagen. Visit museums and churches, tour amazing old towns and view city highlights. Enjoy all the activities of our cruise ship plus exclusive singles group onboard activities! Of course our singles host will be available to introduce the travelers and ensure your good time.

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Touch The Berlin Wall - See the Little Mermaid

View the Masters in the Hermitage

Visit Catherine The Great's Palace - Step Inside a Rock Church

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Plus Singles Group Dining Every Night & Cruise Shows *

Baltic Plus Singles Cruise Itinerary

Cruise Day 1: Stockholm, Sweden  (Tuesday: August 24, 2021 / 4:00pm)
Baltic stockholmSweden’s capital city spreads out over 14 islands in Lake Mälaren and looks out proudly to the Baltic Sea. Stockholm's grand public buildings, palaces, rich cultural history and museums tell the story of the city's 700 year-old history. This immaculate Swedish city sprawls across more than a dozen islands connected by bridges. Visit Gamla Stan, the old town, with its narrow cobblestone streets and buildings. Walk along Stortorget Square and its historic stock exchange; don't miss the great Viking ship, Vasa and the Royal Palace.
Board Cruise Ship - Sail from Stockholm, Sweden at 4pm (boarding is from 12pm to 2pm) onboard the Norweigan Jade. Join us for lunch onboard and meet lots of other fun-loving singles!

 

Cruise Day 2: Kotka, Finland  (Wednesday: August 25, 2021 / 11:00am - 8:00pm)
kotka finlandKotka is a town in the southern part of the Kymenlaakso province on the Gulf of Finland. Kotka is a major port and industrial city and also a diverse school and cultural city. The neighboring municipalities of Kotka are Hamina, Kouvola and Pyhtää. Kotka belongs to the Kotka-Hamina subdivision.
Included Shore Excursion: Imperial Kotka and History in Hamina - Welcome to the Hamina of 200 years ago when the town was still part of the Russian Empire. The city’s 360-year history can be appreciated by exploring the city centre’s circular town plan and fortifications. Our guide will take us on a short walking tour through old neighborhoods and a stop at the Hamina Finlandtown's museum. Due to its location, it has also been of great military importance and Finland's oldest garrison town.
After a lunch in Hamina our journey continues to Kotka, where we will visit the Langinkoski Imperial Fishing Lodge, built by czar Alexander III and now a museum. Meet the Russian Emperor and the Empress Maria Feodorovna and listen to their stories about the imperial summer. The reception room, kitchen and dressing rooms and studies are located downstairs, with the bedrooms upstairs. Original objects and photographs tell stories of the high-ranking residents of this modest house.

 

Cruise Day 3: St. Petersburg, Russia  (Thursday: August 26, 2021 / 7:00am - overnight )
Baltic St PetersburgSt Petersburg is the second largest city in Russia and one of one of the biggest cultural centers in the world. A city with an exceptionally rich history, centuries-old traditions and a promising future that has played a vital role in both Russian and European history, Founded by Peter the Great in 1703, the capital of the Russian Empire for two centuries has undergone many changes over the decades. The city has changed its name three times: St Petersburg (1703-1914), Petrograd (1914-1924), Leningrad (1924-1991) and St Petersburg again from 1991.

Included Shore Excursion: Highlights of St Petersburg - As soon as our cruise is cleared for docking in Russia we will disembark and go through Baltic Catherinecustoms. Our guided St Petersburg tour begins with a hydrofoil to Peterhof, Peter the Great's summer palace. Admire the grounds, ornamental gardens and exquisite fountains as our guide show us the Upper and Lower Gardens, The Upper Gardens cover over 37 acres and are the front yard leading up to the Grand Palace. The Lower Gardens contain most of the more prominent fountains and are an area of 252 acres and are split in half by the canal.
Time for a traditional Russian lunch before we travel to Tsars’ Village for a guided tour of Catherine Palace including the Amber Room. The original 2-story building, built in 1718 had only 16 rooms but after Catherine's death, Empress Elizabeth ordered the reconstruction of the palace in a truly lavish and extravagant style. No expense was spared and over 225 pounds of gold were added to the building facade and statues.
Baltic Church Spilled BloodTowering majestically above the rooftops of St Petersburg, St Isaac’s Cathedral is one of our city’s top tourist attractions and our next stop. We will explore the opulent interior that has fourteen kinds of marble, as well as gilded stucco, malachite, jasper, mosaics and frescoes. The inside is just as impressive as it’s exterior and the view from its colonnade offers an unsurpassed vista. Our last stop today is to visit the Church of “Our Savior on the Spilt Blood”, designed in the style of the 16th – 17th centuries and famous for its wonderful mosaics which cover more than 4 miles of inner space.

 

Cruise Day 4: St. Petersburg, Russia  (Friday: August 27, 2021 / board by 7:00pm)
Baltic canal cruise russia
The world's most fascinating city is built on more than 45 islands that are connected by more than 342 bridges, of which 21 are raised at night. This gives the city its other name, "The Venice of the North", a Russian city with a European flair, a city with more than 200 museums, and one of the largest English gardens in Europe! It is therefore little wonder that the city is also known as a "Museum in the Open Air". Today, St Petersburg is ranked alongside Paris and Rome as one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Included Shore Excursion: Baltic HermitageHighlights of St Petersburg - Our second day in St Petersburg begins with a small boat sightseeing cruise along the Neva River, passing under charming bridges and viewing the different examples of architecture. After our cruise we will spend the next few hours in The Hermitage, one of the world’s great museums, The Hermitage houses amazing examples of Italian High Renaissance art, as well as unrivaled collections of paintings by Rembrandt, an extensive collection of Dutch and Flemish masters – not to mention fabulous treasures from Siberia and Central Asia, Egyptian and classical antiquities, and Persian and Chinese artworks, among many many others. In addition, there are interiors of the Winter Palace itself, with its sumptuous state rooms, where the Tsars once held court and the Provisional Government was arrested by the Bolsheviks. The sheer opulence of these rooms must be seen to be believed and to stand in the middle of them ill be one of life’s unforgettable experiences.
Baltic St Isaac CathedralAfter our traditional Russian lunch, we head to where it all started for St Petersburg, the Peter and Paul Fortress, built to secure Russia’s hold on the Neva delta. As we explore, get a feel for St Petersburg’s more than 300 year old history, from royal tombs to prison blocks to historical museum exhibitions. Last chance for Russia shopping before we visit Yusupov Palace,built in the mid 18th century. The Palace is one of the few examples of an aristocratic mansion and is famous for its art gallery, luxurious theater, music room, and the private quarters.

 

Cruise Day 5: Helsinki, Finland  (Saturday: August 28, 2021 / 8:00am to 4:00pm)
Baltic HelsinkiHelsinki, founded in 1550, has been the Finnish capital since 1812, when it was rebuilt by the Tsars of Russia along the lines of a miniature St. Petersburg. Today, Helsinki pulls off the trick of being something of an international metropolis while still retaining a small-town feel. The "White City of the North", is a city defined more by its people than its chilly climate. The archipelago of Helsinki consists of around 330 islands and a third of Helsinki is covered in green areas.
Included Shore Excursion: Panoramic Helsinki Tour - Our Helsinki City Sightseeing tour covers the most interesting sights of the city. Starting from the port Sibelius Park Finlandand we drive along Esplanadi Street, down famous Mannerheim street, which is the main boulevard, passing by the Presidential Palace, the National Museum and Finlandia Hall (designed by the famous architect Alvar Aalto), Opera House, Finlandia Concert Hall, and the Parliament Building. You can’t miss the Olympic Stadium (1952 Olympics were held here). There will be a great photo opportunity in Sibelius Park, a famous Helsinki’s sight, Sibelius Monument constructed from hundreds of steel pipes honoring the great Finnish composer Jean Sibelius.
Then we visit Rock Church**. This unique church is a highlight of Helsinki and is carved out of Market square Helsinkisolid rock from the side of a mountain and topped by a copper dome. The interior was excavated and is bathed in natural light entering through the glazed dome. The church is used frequently as a concert venue due to its excellent acoustics. We will also pass by Uspensky Cathedral, Market Square and the heart of Helsinki – Central Station. Located in the South Harbor at the very beginning of the Esplanade Park, the Market Square is Helsinki's most international and famous market. The booths here sell traditional market foods and treats, as well as handicrafts and souvenirs. You will have the option to stay at the market for lunch or shopping or to return to the ship. 

 

Cruise Day 6: Klaipeda, Lithuania  (Sunday: August 29, 2021 / 10:00am - 7:00pm)
Klaipeda Old TownKlaipeda is a port city in Lithuania, where the Baltic Sea meets the Dane River. The old town features German-style, 18th-century wood-framed buildings. Theater Square, the city’s main gathering spot, is home to the neoclassical Drama Theater. The square’s 1912 Taravos Anike sculpture pays tribute to a local poet. The waterside Lithuanian Sea Museum includes dolphin shows and maritime exhibits in a 19th-century fort.
Included Shore Excursion: Klaipeda Old Town Walking Tour - Our guided tour will begin at the cruise ship terminal, near the famous statue of the boy waving to the departing ships. We will pass the small yacht marina on our way into town, then we pass Klaipedathe rotary bridge, hear about Klaipeda's architectural history – from ancient castles to the present day as well as future plans. At the Theatre Square, visit the famous sculpture of Ann from Tharaw and Klaipedos "dramos teatras" (Drama Theatre). We will get to know the Old Town Klaipeda, the street layout, its architecture, and history. Experience the sculptures that have been renowned old town attractions over many years: The Cat with the Face of a Gentleman, the Mysterious Mouse, the Rooftop Chimney Sweeper, and our guide will share other interesting old town tales. We will also learn about the city's old fortification and defensive system. At the conclusion of the tour, our guide will show us the best places to sample some traditional Lithuanian dishes. Stay in town on your own for lunch, shopping, or further sightseeing, or return to the ship the choice is yours.

 

Cruise Day 7: Gdynia (Gdansk), Poland  (Monday: August 30, 2021 / 7:00am - 2:00pm)
Gydnia PolandGdynia is a port city on the Baltic coast of Poland. It’s known for its modernist buildings, including the Museum of the City of Gdynia, which has exhibits about local history. Ko?ciuszki Square, with a distinctive fountain as its center, leads to the waterfront. The WWII destroyer ORP B?yskawica and 1909 tall ship Dar Pomorza, now museums, are moored on the Southern Pier. Sharks and piranhas inhabit Gdynia Aquarium.
Included Shore Excursion: Gdansk Old Town Highlights Tour - Visiting Gdansk means connecting with its glorious medieval heritage and the modern-day legacy of solidarity for the freedom movement in Eastern Europe. Our day of touring begins with a short drive from Gdynia to Gdansk stopping at the Oliwa Cathedral on the way. We will enjoy the mesmerizing sound ofGdansk Poland the Grand Organ set between 23 striking altars. Lavish décor and moveable figurines of angels make it the highlight of this collection of Baroque, Rococo and Renaissance art. Continuing towards the center of Gdansk, we will stop at the Solidarity Monument, the symbol of epic social movement in the 1980s that contributed greatly to the reforms of post-soviet Poland. Thereafter we will stroll the streets of Old Gdansk taking us back to the golden days of medieval power and trade in the seaport strategically located on the border of Slavic and Germanic influences. Home to the world’s largest brick cathedral, the statuesque structure of St. Mary's, cobbled walking street of The Royal Route takes also to the Town Hall, Upland Gate, and Neptune Fountain. The Motlawa riverbank offers also a beautiful backdrop to some free time shopping or enjoying a coffee break. Return transfer to Gdynia port is the perfect occasion to recap on the day's experiences of the city of solidarity.

 

Cruise Day 8: Berlin (Warnemunde) Germany (Tuesday: August 31, 2021 / 6:00am - 9:00pm)
Baltic berlinWhat does Berlin have that other world cities don't? Well, first of all, there's the locals, whose rough yet friendly charm is all part of the Berlin experience. It's been more than two decades since the walls came down and Berlin became unified in many ways, including the pursuit of joy. Add to that an incredible array of sights that reflect not only the city's new-found swagger but also its great history..Germany's capital city is a city that balances cosmopolitan chic with a liberal undercurrent of creativity and cool. Famous landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate and Reichstag fascinate and the elegant Bavarian Quarter amazes.
Included Shore Excursion: Berlin Classical Tour - Our full day tour begins with a scenic ride of about 3 hours through Baltic Brandenburg Gate Berlinthe idyllic flatlands of North Germany with its hundreds of lakes. Upon arrivial in former West Berlin we will meet our private guide, who will lead us to highlights of the German capital. We’ll start with a photo stops of Charlottenburg Castle, a splendid baroque palace, dating from 1695. Then we continue to the Reichstag, the German Parliament for another photo stop and then the Brandenburg Gate. Along the way we’ll see the Berlin Cathedral, the tree-lined “Unter den Linden” boulevard, Museum Island, Bellevue Palace, Victory Column, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and of course some notorious sights of the Third Reich and Cold War, such as Hermann Göring’s Aviation Ministry and the former site of Hitler’s Bunker. Marvel at Potsdamer Platz, the place where modern architecture and lively metropolitan ambience meet Berlin history. Then we view the memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe (Holocaust Memorial)

 

Cruise Day 9: Copenhagen, Denmark  (Wednesday: September 1, 2021 / 10:00am - 6:00pm)
Baltic copenhagenThe capital of Denmark, Copenhagen, is filled with canals, cobbled squares and copper spires. But don't let the historic appearance fool you. This is also Scandinavia's most cosmopolitan city. Certainly you can relive medieval times in The Latin Quarter, but you can also enjoy some of Europe's finest shopping, museums, cafes and nightlife prior to your cruise around the Baltics.
Included Shore Excursion: Copenhagen Highlights & Christiansborg Palace -
Touring Denmark's capital is as exciting and adventurous as the history of this Viking nation itself. We will stop and see the highlights of Danish culture and history at Little MermaidAmalienborg Palace Square, admire the Little Mermaid and drive past the best of Copenhagen with Tivoli Gardens, Town Hall Square and old harbor front area at Nyhavn canal. On our tour to Christiansborg Palace we will revel in the beauty of the Royal Reception Rooms followed by free time in the heart of historic Copenhagen on Hojbro Square for a coffee break or a bit of shopping. Then we'll walk through the cobbled streets of picturesque old Copenhagen and meet our bus for a scenic drive back to the cruise harbor. 

 

Cruise Day 10: Day At Sea  (Thursday: September 2, 2021)
braceletsEnjoy our only day at sea. Sleep late and have breakfast served to you in the dining room then join the group and paint your own tote bag. So sit back, relax and let your artistic juices start flowing. And yes you get to keep the bag so get as creative as you like. This afternoon it is time for our famous Jewelry Making session. Each cruise has unique charms so you create a one of kind memory bracelet of your trip.

AmsterdamCruise Day 11: Amsterdam, Netherlands (Friday: September 2, 2021 / 6:00am)
Cruise docks in Amsterdam 6:00am - Arrange your flights accordingly - Time to say goodbye to all your new single cruise friends as we make our way to the airport for our flights home.

  

 

Singles Cruise Pricing

Inside Cabin - Interior staterooms are an excellent value. These spacious staterooms have no window which is great if you like to sleep late!

Ocean View - The large picture window will delight you and provides an excellent view of the ocean and all destinations!
                            * Some oceanview cabins have obstructed views

Private Balcony - Enjoy the scenic views from your own private balcony. Most balcony staterooms also have a separate sitting area.

I will share a cabin with a friend or use the Singles Cruise Match Program
Cabin TypeDepositFull Payment

Inside

$350 $3361.97

Oceanview

$350 $3516.55

Balcony

$350 $3968.75
Best Single Travel provides roommate matching to our clients who confirm their reservations 90 days before departure.
Amounts are per-person in US Dollars and Include Taxes and Port Charges
 
I want my own single cabin
Cabin TypeDepositFull Payment

 Inside

$600 $4718.85

 Oceanview

$600 $5028.01

 Balcony

$600 $5932.41
Amounts are per-person in US Dollars and Include Taxes and Port Charges

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