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CRUISE & MARITIME VOYAGES Hidden Treasures of the Baltic 12 nights from £1,099 including optional travel insuranc from £1,044 without insurance§ The Saga price includes... VIP door-to-door travel service · Optional travel insurance underwritten by Great Lakes Insurance SE, UK · All port taxes, fees and charges · Tourist visas if required And on your cruise... Full board · Afternoon tea · Captain's welcome and farewell cocktail party · Activities, entertainment and leisure facilities · Porterage of luggage ­ see page 3 for details. Visit five countries on this enticing itinerary which promises to unveil the hidden gems of the Baltic Sea. Discover the pretty Danish town of Rønne, explore the fortified UNESCO-listed city of Visby, step back in time in Poland's oldest city, and admire the abundance of artworks in Klaipeda's Sculpture Park, plus take the chance to spend a day in the vibrant capital cities of Sweden and Germany. Sailing from Newcastle May 2, 2020 · 12 nights aboard Magellan Copenhagen's glowing riverfront May 2. Newcastle, England. After taking Saga's included UK door-to-door travel service to Newcastle, embark Magellan. Depart 2000. May 3. Dundee, Scotland. Arrive 1030. Depart 2200. Dundee is Scotland's sunniest city, boasting a wealth of shops, restaurants and museums. Perhaps take a walk along the regenerated waterfront, reconnecting the city centre to the River Tay. May 5. Kalundborg (for Copenhagen), Denmark. Arrive 1330. Depart 2200. Berth in the port city of Kalundborg to visit Copenhagen. Explore the cobbled streets of Nyhavn quay, perhaps visit Tivoli Gardens, but don't miss the wistful Little Mermaid statue. May 6. Warnemünde (for Berlin), Germany. Arrive 0830. Depart 2200. This delightful port has an attractive old town of timbered fishermen's houses, and a towering lighthouse. Berlin with its landmark attractions, including Charlottenburg Palace, Bradenburg Gate and Checkpoint Charlie is a three-hour trip. May 7. Rønne, Bornholm, Denmark. Arrive 0800. Depart 1700. Rønne is the largest town on the small craggy island of Bornholm, which is hemmed by rocky coastlines and white sands. From here you can visit Hammershus ­ northern Europe's largest fortress ruin ­ and Bornholm's distinctive round churches. May 8. Visby, Gotland, Sweden. Arrive 0830. Depart 2100. The fortified Hanseatic city of Visby is a UNESCO World Heritage site distinguished by its 13th century city walls that extend to over three kilometres. Within the city lie a cathedral and some 200 medieval buildings as well as botanical gardens and a choice of museums. May 9. Nynäshamn (for Stockholm), Sweden. Arrive 0600. Depart 1800. From Nynäshamn, enjoy a day in Stockholm, the capital city of Sweden. Thread your way through narrow medieval streets in Gamla Stan and marvel at the Jugendstil influence on the design of the library, natural history museum and Swedish Museum of Photography. May 10. Klaipeda, Lithuania. Arrive 1200. Depart 2000. The city of Klaipeda has a long history reflected in the remains of its 13th century castle. Perhaps visit Theatre Square, the Castle museum, or learn about the history of the Klaipeda region at the Minor History Museum. Beyond the city lies the Curonian Spit ­ a UNESCO World Heritage site and National Park. May 11. Gdansk, Poland. Arrive 0600. Depart 1700. Gdansk is a fitting introduction to modern Poland, as it was the birthplace of the Solidarity movement. Perhaps visit the Gdansk and Solidarity Museum, or investigate 1,000 years of architectural history in the city, from Oliwa Cathedral to the Museum of World War Two. May 14. Newcastle, England. Arrive 0900. Disembark after breakfast for your included UK door-to-door travel service home. Explore Ronne on the island of Bornholm Nynashamn (for Stockholm) Dundee Kalundborg (for Copenhagen) Newcastle Visby Rønne Warnemunde (for Berlin) Klaipeda Gdansk SAVE up to £300 per person* when you book by January 31, 2020 DOUBLE/TWIN CABINS May 2, 2020 September 21, 2020 October 19, 2020 Interior from £1,429 £1,329 £1,329 £1,199 £1,229 £1,099 Oceanview from £1,899 £1,749 £1,829 £1,599 £1,619 £1,449 Superior from £2,229 £2,079 £2,099 £1,899 £1,849 £1,699 Suites from £3,779 £3,479 £3,449 £3,049 £3,069 £2,769 SINGLE CABINS Single Interior from £2,049 £1,949 £1,899 £1,799 Sold out Single Oceanview from £2,709 £2,599 £2,529 £2,329 £1,979 £1,829 Hidden Treasures of the Baltic. Departing May 2, 2020 (cruise code: CM234), 12 nights aboard Magellan. September 21, 2020 (cruise code: CM244), 14 nights aboard Magellan. October 19, 2020 (cruise code: CM258), 12 nights aboard Columbus. All prices are per person and may only be available for a limited number of bookings. *Prices shown include any relevant savings as described. Exact saving depends on your chosen cruise and cabin grade. Fares are the lowest available for the category shown, were correct at the time of going to print and are subject to availability and change. § Optional travel insurance: A reduction of £55 applies if you do not need the optional travel insurance and additional cancellation rights ­ see page 34 for details. Please call for details for other cabin grades available, cabin guides and deck plans. Please note: h Land by launch or tender. All excursions mentioned are optional, at an additional cost and are subject to availability and change. Some of the highlights detailed may only be seen on optional excursions or by exploring independently. Travel information: Domestic flights are available as part of Saga's VIP door-to-door travel service ­ see page 35 for details. Days not detailed are at sea. Other Hidden Baltic cruises visiting most of the same ports are also available, departing from Bristol on September 21 (14 nights) and from Tilbury aboard Columbus on October 19, 2020 (12 nights). Cruise codes: CM244 and CM258. Some ports of call and timings vary. Please call for details. To book see page 35 and call FREE on 0800 302 9014 or visit saga.co.uk/cruise-partners Please quote TPC67 25