Check out the Vulkan area, which has taken root in a series of old buildings on the river Akerselva. For a taste of historic Oslo, head to the Old Aker Church, the city's oldest building dating back to 1150, or The Royal Palace.
Why go on a Baltic cruise?
Adventure on your doorstep
You don’t need to travel far to find an escape from the everyday. Thanks to the proximity of the Baltic region to the UK, you spend less time travelling, and more time exploring fascinating destinations.
Few other routes encompass quite so much diversity as out Baltic cruises. One day you could be relaxing at a rooftop bar in Berlin, and shopping at a handcraft market in Helsinki the next. So many unique countries are packed in a relatively small space in Northern Europe, meaning you can experience a variety of histories and cultures in a way that’s easy and accessible.
Arts and culture
This is the cruise for culture vultures, as we’ll take you sailing to some of the world’s most well-known hubs of design and art. From the Kon-Tiki Museum in Oslo to the island-based Seurasaaren Ulkomuseo in Helsinki, it’s impossible to discover it all during just one visit.
Discover the diversity of Northern Europe for yourself on one of our Baltic cruises.