More To Explore: Summer in Northern Europe

Millenniums of history and wondrous works of architecture and art intersect through the expansive lands of Northern Europe. This summer, guests aboard Seven Seas Voyager® will discover the Old World’s most storied destinations from Copenhagen’s Tivoli gardens to the battlements of Hamlet’s Helsingor Castle. With overnights in St. Petersburg, a glorious revolution of the senses awaits, from the grand palaces of the Tsars and iconic cathedrals to the Hermitage, offering some of the most profound works of art ever revealed to the global traveler.

Below are a few highlights from Seven Seas Voyager’s upcoming summer voyages.



On the 12-night Glaciers & Fjords voyage, journey from the stark wonders of Iceland to the majestic fjords of Norway, the charm of traditional Denmark. Explore Tórshavn (Faroe Islands), home to the ruins of Magnus Cathedral, and Iceland’s Akureyri and Isafjordur boasting wondrous wildlife and steep snow-capped mountains.



Discover Peter the Great’s Russia on this 10-night voyage from Copenhagen to Stockholm. With a generous menu of more than 70 FREE Unlimited Shore Excursions enjoy two nights in St. Petersburg, allowing for plenty of time to take in the Peter and Paul Fortress, the remarkable Peterhof Palace and the world-class Hermitage Museum.



Experience the best of Europe from Stockholm to London on this 12-night Baroque Architecture voyage. Fully immerse yourself in the culture of Copenhagen, with tours to its many museums and art galleries, and discover the architecture of St. Petersburg, from St. Isaac’s with floors of different-colored marble to the iconic Church of the Savior of the Spilled Blood.

What do you look forward to experiencing on a voyage aboard Seven Seas Voyager through Northern Europe?

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