7-NIGHT LUXURY CRUISE
AUGUST 13–21, 2014 • From $2,699
per person, double occupancy (Including airfare)
SPECIAL PRICE REDUCTION: 2-FOR-1 CRUISE FARES WITH FREE AIRFARE, AND BONUS $1,000 SAVINGS PER STATEROOM IF BOOKED BY FEBRUARY 28, 2014
From Denmark to Sweden, cruise the Baltic Sea and discover exquisite architecture, storybook landscapes, and canal-laced cities in Germany, Estonia, Russia and Finland. Depart Copenhagen for Germany’s delightful port of Warnemünde, and take in its Gothic churches, charming market squares and seaside promenade or head inland to Berlin, a city brimming with legendary landmarks like the poignant Brandenburg Gate and Berlin Wall. Sail to the capital city of Helsinki, Finland’s international design mecca complemented by verdant forests and parks. Spend almost two full days in St. Petersburg, where its imperial spirit emanates from neo-classical architecture, gilded domes and the elaborate Catherine’s Palace. Continue to Estonia and admire Tallinn, a beautifully preserved city that radiates old-world charm with red-roofed homes, cobbled streets and spire-crowned churches, before concluding your journey in Stockholm.
Journey to these marvelous Baltic ports aboard Oceania Cruises Marina, a masterpiece of sophistication and grace. Her amenities are astounding in their scope and bounty, the cuisine some of the finest at sea and the staff’s impeccable service is unparalleled, a hallmark of the Oceania Cruises experience. From the magnificent Lalique Grand Staircase and award-winning Canyon Ranch SpaClub®, to the enlightening Bon Appétit Culinary Center and distinctive dining venues, Marina delights and delivers.
Combining an exceptional itinerary with the ultimate deluxe ship, this cruise will fill up quickly. Space is limited, so you are encouraged to sign up now for your ideal stateroom or suite. Also, the incredible offers of 2-for-1 cruise fares with free airfare and $1,000 savings per stateroom are only available until February 28, 2014. Don’t miss this opportunity to experience these captivating Baltic cities.