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Northern Europe with Oceania Cruises

10 nights from only
R93 345
per person sharing incl. taxes
ID # 2462
Valid: 15 Jun 21 to 25 Jun 21
Duration: 10 Nights


  • 10 Nights onboard Oceania Marina in a Veranda stateroom
  • All meals onboard
  • Entertainment onboard
  • Free shuttles from port to city center in many ports of call
  • Free speciality restaurants 
  • Free and unlimited soft drinks and bottled water
  • Cappuccino, espresso, teas and juices
  • Room service menu available 24 hours a day
  • Port Charges & Taxes

  • ​BONUS!
    Select one from a choice of generous amenities:
    FREE - 6 Shore Excursions or
    FREE - Beverage Package or
    FREE - US$600 Shipboard Credit
    *Amenities are per stateroom

Terms and Conditions

Prices are per person twin share, include discounts, and are subject to availability and rate of exchange changes. Offers above are a guide only and will vary depending on departure date, our guide price is based on the cheapest departure within the stipulated season and availability is correct at time of loading. Visas may be necessary and insurance is essential. Pentravel and Tour Operator terms and conditions apply, and may be found on our website. Offer can be removed at any time. Excludes Insurance. Free amenities are per cabin. Excludes Gratuities ($15 pppd plus an additional $7.00 pppd for Penthouse suites and above). These packages are based on CASH price. E&OE.


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DAY 1: Copenhagen, Denmark

Modern Copenhagen is an attractive, well-kept city and the largest city in Scandinavia. It has a provincial, small-town atmosphere, gabled houses, narrow streets and a skyline that is dominated by delicate spires. Copenhagen is also the greenest capital in Europe with much of the city center reserved for pedestrians, strict anti-pollution laws, and bikes often outnumbering cars on the streets. There are many green spaces (including the world-famous Tivoli) and in the summer, cafés and restaurants occupy the pavements. Copenhagen boasts theaters, museums and a lively, surprisingly cutting-edge nightlife scene. The best the country has to offer can be experienced in the capital city, where there are design studios, ultra-hip bars, and modern architecture amongst the 17th-century buildings. A road bridge to Sweden was completed in 2000, making Copenhagen a key focal point for Scandinavia, the Baltic and the rest of mainland Europe.

Things to see and do
  • Rundetårn (The Round Tower)
  • Tivoli amusement park
  • Rosenburg Castle
  • Amalienborg Slot (Amalienborg Palace)
  • Rådhuspladsen (City Hall Square)

DAY 2: Visby, Sweden

Visby is the capital of Gotland, the largest Baltic island, situated halfway between Sweden and Latvia. It is the only city on Gotland; and is arguably the best-preserved medieval city in Scandinavia and has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Among the most notable historical remains is the 3.4 km long stone wall called Ringmuren ("the Ring Wall"), that encircles the city and the old church ruins. Gotland has an amazing collection of medieval churches, 93 of which are still in use today! A few still have medieval glass paintings and a majority of them contain medieval frescos. Inside the towered walls of Visby, you can visit the Cathedral of St. Mary as well as the ruins of ten others. Fornsal Museum highlights 8000 years of local history. The Fornsal collection includes: picture stones that pre-date the Vikings, 6000 year old grave stones, treasures of silver, medieval wooden sculptures and a medieval trading booth display used by the burghers of Visby to deal in goods such as furs, honey and tar.

Things to See & Do
  • The Ring Wall
  • Gunpowder Tower
  • Visby Cathedral
  • Strandpromenaden
  • Church Ruins

DAY 3: Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, the capital city of Sweden is spread across 24,000 islets and is one of the most stunning locales of any capital city in the world. Over 30% of the city area is made up of waterways and another 30% is made up of parks and green spaces, giving Stockholm perhaps the freshest air of any European capital. Stockholm has a stunning Old Town, which has been very well preserved over the centuries. This Old Town (or Gamla Stan) is the epicenter of the city, with countless hotels, bars, restaurants and shops.

Things to see and do
  • Stadshuset (City Hall)
  • Kungliga Slottet (Royal Palace)
  • Drottningholm (Theatre Royale)
  • Vasamuseet (Vasa Museum)
  • Djurgarden (Royal Park)

DAY 4: Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki is the capital of Finland and is affectionately known as the ‘Daughter of the Baltic’ or ‘City of the sea’. The harbor is the heartbeat of this southern coastal city built on the peninsulas and islands of the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland. Helsinki is a modern, clean, well planned city with a small town feel; its tallest city center building being only 12 stories high. It is a great summer destination with many open-air cafes, green parks, waterways and a busy market square. The city has a distinctive ‘East meets West’ culture which can be seen in the contrast between the cool, clean lines of Finlandia Hall and the rich golden ‘onion’ dome of Uspenski Cathedral. The center of the city, the Neo-Classical mini-St Petersburg built by German-born architect Carl Engel, is easily explored on foot and most of the main sights are within walking distance of the center.

Things to see and do
  • Senaatintori (Senate Square)
  • Sederholm Talo (Sederholm House)
  • Kauppatori (Market Square)
  • Temppeliaukion Kirkko (Temppeliaukio Church)
  • Kotiharju Sauna

DAY 5: St. Petersburg, Russia

Situated in the west, on the Baltic Sea, St Petersburg is a city of magnificent palaces and elaborate churches in grandiose Baroque and neo-classical designs. Highlights include Trezzini’s gold-spired landmark of St Peter and St Paul, the bright color, domes and gold of the Church on Spilled Blood and the carved and gilded extravaganza of St Isaac’s Cathedral. On Nevsky prospekt, St Petersburg’s main thoroughfare, the styles of three centuries, from classical to Baroque to Style Moderne, have created one of the most beautiful streets in the world. Adding to the beauty of the buildings are the canals and rivers, which cross Nevsky prospect and have been compared to Venice. The winding waterways lead to the broad River Neva, at the heart of St Petersburg. Although the capital moved to Moscow after the revolution, St Petersburg is certainly Russia’s first city in terms of beauty. It is also the center for classical culture – from opera to ballet to music – with historic venues, such as the Mariinsky Theater.

Things to see and do
  • Hermitage museum
  • Isaakievsky sobor (St Isaac’s Cathedral)
  • Petropavlovskaya krepost (Peter & Paul Fortress)
  • Muzeh-domik Petra I (Cabin of Peter the Great)

DAY 6: St. Petersburg, Russia

DAY 7: Tallinn, Estonia

Tallin, Estonia’s capital city, is located at the north-eastern extremity of Europe on the shores of the Baltic Sea. It has been hailed as the ‘New Prague’, though it is more compact and easier to get around.Tallinn’s old town is very pretty, all cobblestones, castles and church spires with an eye-catching smorgasbord of medieval and baroque architecture. On the fringes of the old town, a new district is emerging with gleaming new hotels and offices as Estonia celebrates the EU membership it attained in 2004. Half the fun in Tallinn is just walking around the old town streets viewing the layers of history with Russian orthodox churches, Dominican monasteries, old merchant houses and medieval meeting halls. In Tallinn art and culture are taken very seriously and there is a fun filled local nightlife scene.

Things to see and do
  • Old Town
  • Town Hall (Raekoda)
  • Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
  • Kiek-in-de-Kök cannon tower
  • Kadriorg Park

DAY 8: Riga, Latvia

Riga the capital of Latvia, is situated on the Baltic Sea coast on the mouth of the river Daugava. Riga is the largest city in the Baltic states. The Historic Centre (Old Town) of Riga has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the city is particularly notable for its extensive Jugendstil (German Art Nouveau) architecture. Riga also has a lively art scene, spacious gardens and parks, museums, art galleries and world-class opera. The enormous colorful central market is a must or going to a cosy café, club or pub.

Things to See and Do
  • Old Town
  • Doma Cathedral
  • Art Nouveau Architecture
  • Occupation Museum
  • Central Market

DAY 9: Cruising the Baltic Sea

DAY 10: Gothenburg, Sweden

Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden after Stockholm and the fifth largest amongst the Nordic countries. It is the capital of Västra Götaland County (West Gothia). The city is located on the south west-coast. It is situated by the sea at the mouth of Göta Älv, the river running through the city, and is the largest sea port of the Nordic countries. Gothenburg offers everything you would expect to find in a large city: cultural events, historic sights, shopping and amusement. Its newly-completed Opera House is an outstanding architectural and acoustic creation. The city's famous main street, the Avenyn, has many restaurants, entertainment, cultural centers, and hotels in a charming, park-like atmosphere. Other attractions include the Liseberg, Sweden’s premier amusement park, the colorful Gothenburg fish market, Lacko Castle and Nya Elfsborgs Fastning fortress. Many fishing villages, such as Smögen and Grebbestad, have become very popular summer resorts, offering picturesque surrounds, plenty of fresh seafood, and havens for visiting sailboats.

Things to See & Do
  • Skansen Kronan fort
  • Haga district
  • Fish Market
  • Liseberg amusement park
  • Gothenberg Botanical Gardens.

DAY 11: Oslo, Norway

Oslo is the capital city of Norway. It is situated on a fjord and is surrounded by forests. It has developed into a thriving city with many restaurants, nightclubs, cafes, shopping complexes and tourist attractions. Oslo offers some 50 museums and many art galleries. Amongst the internationally known attractions are: the Vigeland Sculpture Park, the Viking Ship Museum, the Munch Museum and Holmenkollen. New attractions in Oslo include the Nobel Peace Centre and the Holocaust Center.

Things to See & Do
  • The Frogner park with the Vigeland Sculpture Park
  • The Royal Palace
  • Oslo's City Hall
  • The Henrik Ibsen and Munch Museums
  • The Nobel Peace Centre