Did you know that St. Petersburg, Russia, and the world-famous Hermitage Museum are both only a short overnight cruise from Helsinki, Finland? It’s true! St. Peter Line runs several cruises a week between these two beautiful Baltic cities.
Now, here is an added bonus- there is no visa needed for Americans when traveling by ship. Taking the ship is a great hassle-free way to see Russia’s second-largest city, visit the Hermitage Museum, and see many of the fascinating points of interest this magnificent city has to offer.
These cruise lines are fun, have entertainment, family-friendly, and serve authentic Russian food. The cost is pretty economical and the cabins are good enough for a sleepover. The perk is to be able to visit Russia without a visa!
St. Peter Line cruises to Saint Petersburg, Russia is just another fantastic reason to visit Helsinki and take advantage of its proximity to many great Baltic cities.
Good morning from the Hermitage!
You can learn more about this trip and the Hermitage Museum here.
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