Take a Voyage to the Scandinavian and Baltic States

A cruise through the Baltic Sea allows you to visit both Scandinavia and the Baltic countries, which have charming Old Towns that date back to a time when medieval merchants traveled the land. hydrofoil-4005106__340.jpg Norway, Sweden, and Finland have many modern cosmopolitan cities, some of which have been proclaimed the world’s “most livable”.

Norway will appeal to both nature devotees, with its breathtaking fjords, and history buffs, with its fascinating Viking history. Other not-to-miss sights include Helsinki’s Neoclassical and Art Nouveau displays, the “Venice of Scandinavia” in Stockholm, and the red roofs and unique steeples in Tallinn.

Finally, no trip to the region is finished without experiencing the spectacular northern lights. Russia is the vastest country in the world and is located at the crossroads between the European and Asian continents.

The breathtaking Peterhof Palace in St. Petersburg is a something you cannot skip when touring Russia. Start your day in Moscow with a breakfast of blini pancakes with tasty caviar, then move on to Red Square to see its renowned architecture.

Highlights of Luxurious World Cruises

Due to the rising interest in worldwide trips, many cruise lines are including global destinations to their itineraries. Currently, there are in excess of 25 million passengers each year traveling on the oceans, seas and rivers found all over the world. Globetrotters today find themselves with myriad options in itinerary, ship, and price. What you want from your travel experience is one of the first decisions you have to make.

Smaller ships have the perk of delivering more individualized service, a lower number of passengers on board and more direct access to ports not suited to larger vessels.

Despite the positive aspects provided by these ships, however, their size makes them more susceptible to the movement of the ocean, something not ideal for those prone to seasickness. There are some benefits to larger ships, but one of the big disadvantages is that they tend to dock further away at industrial ports which are located farther away from your destination city. Due to this fact, exploring your destination city becomes more difficult and pricier. Wherever your world cruise takes you -- Scandinavia, the Mediterranean and Europe, the Caribbean, the Americas and Alaska, Africa, or Asia and Australia -- you will enjoy the cultural things on offer both ashore and on board.

You can also get to understand the workings of local life at your ports of call by taking a voyage around the world.

The many exclusive outings and activities available give you the occasion to learn about your destination town through its art, culture, cuisine, history, and natural beauty. Cruising on the lavish Queen Mary II, Queen Victoria or Queen Elizabeth will take you back to a time of opulence and extravagance. In addition to all of the state-of-the-art amenities you have become accustomed to, these grand ocean liners offer the look and feel of the opulent ships of yesteryear.

Experience the world as few others have done on a journey of a lifetime.

And relish the many perks such as stress-free travel, a place to hang your coat, and the peace of mind knowing you will not have to spend extra money on meals. However you want to live your journey, be sure that you will experience the tranquility and magic of world travel.

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  • All Luxury Travel
  • Custom Vacations
  • Weddings
  • AMEX Pay-With-Points
  • Around The World Cruises
  • Romantic Getaways
  • Honeymoons
  • 5-Star Vacation
  • Family Vacations

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