Visiting the Baltic Cities in Europe

Europe has a lot to offer sight seers and tourists; history, culture and plenty of outstanding landmarks. The Baltic Sea works as a route to several port towns and cities worth visiting, all of which have plenty of interesting sights and activities to offer, and something to suit everyone when visiting Baltic Cities. Here are just some of these cities and why you should consider making the effort to visit them on your trip through Europe.

Visiting Baltic Cities

Berlin

The capital of German, Berlin has a rich and fascinating history that’s a must for anyone with an interest in Europe’s past. Home to the infamous Berlin Wall, the city is packed with must-see sights, including the Holocaust Memorial Museum and the stunning Charlottenberg Palace. As the capital of Germany, Berlin is a thriving business and cultural hub with plenty of historical significance and excellent attractions.

Visiting Baltic Cities: Berlin Wall Art
Berlin Wall Art – Famous Brezhnev Honecker Kiss: Photo on Flickr by Vlasta Juricek / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Copenhagen

The capital of Denmark offers several wonderful attractions and is famed for being the birth place of fairy tale writer Hans Christian Anderson; in fact, make sure you see the Little Mermaid statue erected in his honour! Copenhagen is a city of bright colours and diversity, offering cosmopolitan delights and plenty of opportunities for shopping and culture. There are theme parks, zoos, and plenty of museums to keep you engrossed all day.

Visiting Baltic Cities: Nyhavn in Copenhagen
Nyhavn Harbour Waterfront

Tallin

Tallin is the capital of Estonia and offers some truly beautiful sights and places to visit. Whether you want to explore the Cathedral of Saint Mary the Virgin or the incredible Estonian History museum, there’s more than enough for a packed and exciting day trip! This historical city as so much to do that you couldn’t manage everything in a week, but you can certainly try.

Visiting Baltic Cities: Alejandro Nevsky Cathedral, Tallin, Estonia
Alejandro Nevsky Cathedral, Tallin: Photo Diego Delso Wikimedia Commons License CC-BY-SA 3.0

This barely beginning to scratch the surface of the cities worth visiting along the Baltic Sea, and as you can see there is more than enough on offer for any tourist looking for a memorable holiday away.
If you would like to incorporate various cities into your trip, then why not consider a cruise? A trip through Europe with Planet Cruise gives you a convenient and enjoyable way to travel through the most famous cities of the Baltic Sea. You don’t have to worry about ensuring extra travel arrangements or how you’re going to get from A to B; with a cruise, you just have to sit back, relax and let the water take you to where you want to go.

About James Crier

I'm 22 year old history graduate keen to share my travel ambitions and experiences in informal yet informational contributions to this site. I have in the past stayed in a variety of accommodations ranging from luxurious 5 star hotels to the most basic of youth hostels, in destinations all around the world including Paphos, Paris, London Sardinia, New York and Amsterdam. My contributions will not be limited to these locations however as I have a an in-depth knowledge of many other countries and cities and I aim inspire fellow Travel enthusiasts to pursue their travel ambitions!

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