Princess Regal Princess: 4-Night Northern Europe Cruise from St Petersburg

Exclusive open-air poolside amphitheater which is the go-to destination for feature films. An extraordinary treat for both gastronomes and gourmet novices at the Chef’s Table Lumiere. From gaming lessons to the latest slot machines to prize tournaments, Casinos offer fun and excitement. In this ultramodern theater, relax in a plush seat with unobstructed sight lines. Dazzling Entertainment Every Day and Night. Explorers Lounge offers cool vibes and nightclub-style performances.

* Port order and/or content may vary by sailing date.


Day 1: St Petersburg Russia
Day 2: Helsinki Finland
Day 3: Stockholm (Nynashamn) Sweden
Day 4: at sea
Day 5: Copenhagen Denmark

Itinerary Ports

When you cruise, encounter unique ports of call that are rich in history, culture and natural beauty.

St Petersburg Russia

St. Petersburg is the second largest city in Russia right after Moscow and is located right at the mouth of the Neva River on the Gulf of Finland. The city is home to Russia's most important port on the Baltic Sea and has already been given many names. From 1914 to 1924 it was called Petrograd and from 1924 to 1991 Leningrad. Today, the former Russian tsar city bears its original name again: St. Petersburg. However, the locals only kindly call their city "Piter". Cruises to St. Petersburg are among the most popular trips in Russia, as the city can be easily reached by ship through its port.

Helsinki Finland

You’ll be cruising to Helsinki during the bright summer months, where you won’t be saying, “Why am I only seeing tourists?” because you’ll be seeing the locals. Since Helsinki’s winters are so cold and dark, summertime is a chance for the locals to get out. These are happy quirky people, known for a modern style with a touch of whimsy. If you have time, you’ll definitely want to devote an hour or so just to people watching – it goes great with an al fresco lunch.

Stockholm (Nynashamn) Sweden