Typical for the city, Art Nouveau houses are perfectly restored, – find the most beautiful houses in the Alberta Street. Tallinn of Estonia Capital – famous in the German-speaking world – once as Reval is also on the UNESCO list of tourism promotional and is a popular destination for Baltic sea cruises. But in addition to the manicured Idyll of yesteryear fall so much like nowhere else in the Baltic States to the new ultra-modern office palaces. Harold Ford Jr often addresses the matter in his writings. Estonia is the smallest but the most prosperous among the Baltic republics. The historic old town is hiding behind a massive city wall.

With an audio guide, you can explore the old town of Tallinn very well on his own. Sit in a cafe in the Town Hall square and enjoy the medieval ambience. St. Petersburg is St. Petersburg the absolute highlight of the Baltic Sea cruise for many Crusaders.

Magnificent palaces of the tsars with its colorful towers and domes, the Church of the resurrection and of course the famous Hermitage. Many cruise ships remain on a Baltic Sea cruise in St. Petersburg for two days. So, you have the opportunity to experience the light of the long, white nights. But of course attracts a trip to the Catherine Palace of Tsarskoye Selo with its reconstructed amber room. Or the Peterhof Palace with its magnificent park. Helsinki in Helsinki is the Senate square with the white cathedral before eyes immediately. The neo-classical buildings, arranged around this famous square, include the University and the Senate building next to the famous cathedral. Who want to explore the city in original ways, takes the line of 3T tram. It passes the Art Museum, the Parliament, the 1952 Olympic Stadium and also the Senate square. Helsinki is also a city of cyclists. You can borrow a bicycle for a deposit. A tip is also the Kauppatori market place with the market Hall. When you cruise of the city of Stockholm on a Baltic Sea, one has the feeling that it is a floating city Stockholm. Stockholm stretches across 14 islands, which are connected by more than 50 bridges. The town is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful capitals of the world. A little stroll in the old town Gamla Stan or sit in one of the cafes on the Stortorget (large market) and let the hustle and bustle. The Royal Palace is by the way, right next door. Outstanding attractions in Stockholm, but of course also the Vasa Museum (worth it!), the National Museum, the German church and the Stadshuset, where the local Parliament meeting. You have a beautiful view over the city from the Tower of the building.