The Baltic region is a land with a rich past and bright future, a history of many cultures contesting for control of the natural and strategic resources of the area surrounding the Baltic Sea and many different countries. Throughout history the Baltic Sea has always played an important role in the development of Europe as we know it today and you have the opportunity to soak up all of this culture on your Baltic cruise.
Located in north-central Europe, on the eastern edge of the Baltic Sea with neighbouring Russia and Belarus along the western border, the area is made up of three countries; Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania who all gained independence from the U.S.S.R. in 1991. As well as countries such as Denmark, Germany, Finland, Poland and Sweden all in close proximity of the Baltic Sea which is where you spend most of your time on your Baltic cruise holiday.
When you cruise through the Baltic sea and arrive at your destination you will be greeted by a vibrant atmosphere, museums, art galleries and some amazing architecture. Such tourist attractions include St. Olaf's church in Estonia, Catholic Church of All Saints in Lithuania and St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Latvia.
The spectacular scenery surrounding and situated in the Baltic area is enough to make people flock to these parts of the world. Which makes the Baltic the perfect destination for your cruise holiday. For the best cheap Baltic cruises book your 2013 cruise with cruise specialists Cruise Nation.
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