P&O UK announces new Scandinavia & Baltic Sea cruise itineraries 2024

   October 12, 2022 ,   Cruise Industry

P&O Cruises UK announced a new series of Scandinavia and Baltic Sea itineraries scheduled for 2024 summer and fall.

The 14- and 16-day long voyages are on three ships (Britannia, Arcadia, Aurora) and visit Baltic capital port cities as well as locations with Viking history.

A typical Scandinavia & Baltic Sea itinerary features calls at Kiel (Germany), Helsinki (Finland), Tallinn (Estonia), Visby (Sweden), and Copenhagen (Denmark), starting at GBP 1,299 (~US$ 1,430) per person based on 2 adults sharing a stateroom.

The longer itinerary to Iceland & Norway takes in Belfast (Northern Ireland), Stornoway (Isle of Lewis and Harris, Scotland), Reykjavik (Iceland), Isafjordur (Westfjords Iceland), Akureyri (Iceland, Lake Myvatn), Alesund, and Skjolden (Sognefjord, Norway) starting from GBP 1,649 (~US$1,820) per person.

The largest on the Swedish island of Gotland, the walled historic town of Visby is a must for fans of the Viking Age/Middle Ages. Protected as a UNESCO World Heritage site, it was once among the most influential in the region, believed to have been inhabited as far back as the Stone Age.

P&O Britannia cruise ship

Overnights in the Nordic capital cities of Copenhagen (Denmark), Helsinki (Finland), and Stockholm (Sweden) are included on selected itineraries and offer more time to experience the modern Nordic lifestyle.

Optional trips include exploring the many of Stockholm (Sweden) in a glass-topped sightseeing boat as well as an excursion to the family-friendly Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen (Denmark).

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