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Join Mark & Mimi Comfort Next Summer on a Luxury Baltic Cruise!

 

THE REGENT EXPERIENCE

The Regent Experience has long been absolute in its inclusiveness, providing you with the most enriching and luxurious journey on the seven seas. Join us as we travel the world in search of the best life has to offer, with every luxury included, and discover a truly unrivaled experience.

 

EVERY LUXURY INCLUDED

We take care of everything, so you don’t need to do anything except enjoy your travel. The genuine hospitality and attention to detail of our outstanding crew will carry forward throughout your voyage, from the little touches in your suite to the perfect dining choices made to your taste.

 

A TASTE OF TRAVEL

Savor the bouquet and notes of the expertly paired glass of wine provided by the head sommelier and bite into a perfectly cooked and skillfully selected filet mignon at Prime 7. Savor every appetizer at Compass Rose like the perfectly balanced soft-poached egg with black truffle and be transported with the authentic and delectable dishes of Chartreuse, Sette Mari at La Veranda and Pacific Rim.

Relax at the Pool Grill with friends after a full day of onshore adventures or simply enjoy the quiet and comfort of your suite with an impeccably prepared meal from the excellent 24-hour room service.

 

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THIS CRUISE: All-Inclusive Fares, FREE Business Class Air* on All Intercontinental Flights with FREE Transfers Between Airport and Ship, FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions, FREE Unlimited Beverages Including Fine Wines and Premium Spirits, FREE Open Bars and Lounges Plus In-Suite Mini-Bar Replenished Daily, FREE Pre-Paid Gratuities, FREE Specialty Restaurants, FREE Unlimited WiFi BONUS: $400 onboard/spa credit

 

 

DETAILED ITINERARY : DAY BY DAY

OSLO: Oslo is Norway’s capital and largest city. Located at the head of the Oslofjord, the city is encircled by wooded hills and snowcapped peaks. Norway is a maritime nation with Oslo being the chief port for sea services from the Continent and England. Throughout Oslo’s 900-year history there have been many fires, and as a result it has a mixture of architectural styles. With a fairly compact city center, many of Oslo’s attractions can be explored on foot.

 

 

AALBORG: In Denmark, find a harmonious blend between old and new, beginning with the “Troldkirken” (The troll church), one of Denmark’s most beautiful dolmens that dates back to the Neolithic age. Aalborg is also home to Scandinavia’s largest Viking burial site, Lindholm Høje. Find exhibitions that bring to life the region’s history through magnificent reconstructions, panoramas, illustrations and 3D animations. Experience how the inhabitants of Lindholm kept cattle, worked the field, built and decorated their houses, cooked, wove and traded. For a modern take, visit the stunning Aalborg Museum of Art, and stroll through the social heart of the city, Virgin Anne’s Street, with its chic restaurants, pubs and patios.

 

COPENHAGEN: Copenhagen, the royal capital of Denmark, is one of Europe’s oldest capitals. It was a fishing village until the middle of the 12th century, but then grew in importance after being fortified in 1167. Because of its harbor, it soon became a place of commercial importance. Copenhagen has a long history well-integrated with today’s modern life. Theaters, museums, art galleries and musical entertainment are among the attractions that make Copenhagen memorable.

 

 

BERLIN (WARNEMUNDE): Warnemünde is a sea resort and district of Rostock in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, situated at the Baltic Sea in the Northeast of Germany at the estuary of the river Warnow. Being a center of maritime traffic, the district of Warnemünde comprises numerous navigational aids, the oldest of which is the lighthouse located near the beach promenade. The lighthouse, which is currently still in use, was built in 1897. Warnemunde is also our gateway to nearby Berlin.

 

 

GDANSK (GDYNIA): Step into colorful and masterfully restored Old Town Gdansk and experience the grandeur of this once powerful member of the Hanseatic League. Marvel at the exquisite architecture. Stroll the entire length of Ulica Diuga (Long St.) stopping to visit St. Mary’s Church, which took 150 years to build, and its Astronomical Clock, from 1460. Browse through the museums, shops and galleries. Seek out quality amber, embroidered linens, modern silver jewelry, and fine woolen sweaters. Admire the grand houses , the Green and the Golden Gates on the Royal Road. Try a sip of vodka distilled and served with real flecks of gold.

 

KLAIPÉDA: Klaipeda, or Memel, in Lithuania is situated at the mouth of the Curonian Lagoon where it flows into the Baltic Sea. During World War II, the city was captured by the Soviet Red Army. Unlike the rest of East Prussia, the Memel Territory was not considered part of the Soviet occupation zone, and was incorporated into the Lithuanian SSR. The city began to develop cultural activities in the 1970s and 1980s, such as the introduction of the Sea Festival cultural tradition.

 

 

AT SEA:  You’ll find time spent on board the ship to be just as enriching as time ashore. Relax by the pool, compete in a friendly game of trivia or bocce ball, indulge in treats at afternoon tea and gain insight from an expert lecturer.

 

 

 

 

 

TALLINN: On the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland lies Tallinn, the capital and main seaport of Estonia. Though the city has been bombed and pillaged many times throughout the ages, much of the town as it was in medieval times remains. Atmospheric streets serve as home to the palaces of Castle Hill. Ancient convents, steepled churches and handsome guild houses are all preserved as they were in Tallinn’s Old Town area, which was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 

 

ST. PETERSBURG: St. Petersburg was the capital of the Russian Empire for over 200 years. Peter the Great’s “Window on Europe” is known as Russia’s artistic and intellectual center. Tour the many cathedrals, including St. Isaac’s Cathedral, with floors of different-colored marble and a remarkable array of frescoes; and the iconic Church of the Savior of the Spilled Blood. Noteworthy historic sites include The Peter and Paul Fortress, the first edifice built in the city and final resting place of the Romanovs; and, further afield, the remarkable Peterhof palace. For cultural perspective, take in a ballet and the world-class Hermitage Museum. To complete your Russian experience, take a day trip to Moscow or a half-day trip to Catherine’s Palace in the countryside.

 

HELSINKI: The capital of Finland, Helsinki is also the cultural, commercial and political center of Finland. Helsinki is an easily-navigated city and an architectural delight. Helsinki is laid out with spacious streets interspersed with many gardens and parks. Wide streets and nearby islands add to Helsinki’s visual appeal. Beautiful neo classical buildings surround town squares and the cathedral is probably the most recognized of all Helsinki landmarks.

 

 

STOCKHOLM: The “Venice of the North,” spanning 14 small islands at the outflow of Lake Mälar into the Baltic, Stockholm is the largest city in Scandinavia and architecturally one of the finest in the world, with broad streets, waterside parks and many pedestrian walkways. For a taste of the city, take a walking tour of Old Town, and particularly the Royal Palace and beautiful Riddarholm Church; take in the views from the observation deck in the Town Hall; or visit one of the Skeppsholmen Museums, including Skeppsholm Church (1842), the Museum of Architecture, the Museum of East Asian Art and the Modern Museum. A main attraction near the center of town is the Vasa Museum, on the island of Djurgården, displaying the almost fully intact 64-gun warship Vasa, that sank on her maiden voyage in 1628.

 

 

Itinerary


 

Aug 16    OSLO, NORWAY
Aug 17    AALBORG, DENMARK
Aug 18    COPENHAGEN, DENMARK
Aug 19    BERLIN, GERMANY
Aug 20    GDANSK, POLAND
Aug 21    KLAIPEDA, LITHUANIA
Aug 22    CRUISING THE BALTIC SEA
Aug 23    TALLINN, ESTONIA
Aug 24    ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA
Aug 25    ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA
Aug 26    ST. PETERSBURG, RUSSIA
Aug 27    HELSINKI, FINLAND
Aug 28    STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN

 


PER PERSON PRICING

Including Business Class Air

Veranda Suite H         
from $12,799 

Deluxe Veranda Suite G2     
from $13,099

Superior Suite F2     
from $13,899

Concierge Suite E     
from $14,899

Penthouse Suite C     
from $18,299


Penthouse Suite B from $18,799pp : Concierge Suite D from $15,399pp : Superior Suite F1 from 14,349pp : Deluxe Veranda Suite G1 from $13,399pp

* All rates are per person, based on double occupancy, subject to change. 

15% of the total fare is due at booking : Final payment due May 1, 2020.