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P&O Cruises Arcadia
Date 1st May 22
Nights 16 Nights
1
Southampton, UK
Arrive in Southampton and board Arcadia for your sixteen night cruise.
2-3
At Sea
4
Kiel, Germany
Kiel, found near the border of Denmark, is the capital and most populous city of the Schleswig-Holstein state. It's famous for its boating tournaments and the annual Kiel Week is the world's largest sailing event. Its city centre is filled with bars, restaurants and shops, while its carefully-restored old town features cafes, a brewery and the 13th-century Church of St Nicholas. Plenty of attractions are based nearby including theatres, museums, botanical gardens, and an aquarium where you can feed seals. Kiel's Dänische Strasse is lined by beautiful, 19th-century buildings, while the nearby Holstenstrasse — one of the country's oldest pedestrian malls — offers everything from quaint boutiques to department stores. Make sure to cycle along the canal and enjoy the views of the Kiel Fjord before you leave.
5
At Sea
6
Helsinki, Finland
Today, disembark at Helsinki and head to the old town where you find Senate Square, Presidential Palace and Opera House. Walk through Gardenia — the city's tropical gardens — and visit Ateneum, which is home to Finnish and European art. Enjoy the mix of Slavic and Scandinavian architecture as you walk along the pretty waterfront of this cosmopolitan city.
7-8
St Petersburg, Russia
St Petersburg is one of Russia's most iconic cities. From its ornate palaces and beautiful bridges to its glistening canals and picture-postcard sights - there is plenty to see around every corner. Visit the Palace Square to admire the amazing Winter Palace, gaze in awe at the gilded cupola of St Isaac's Cathedral and enjoy the fountains at Peterhof Palace. Marvel at artworks by the grand masters such as Leonardo Da Vinci, El Greco and Rembrandt at the Hermitage Museum. Indulge in retail therapy at the eclectic mix of shops at the Nevsky Prospect. A visit to the Conservatoire Theatre to see a Russian ballet show or a boat trip along the city's rivers and canals are the perfect way to spend the evening.
9
Tallinn, Estonia
Today the ship docks in the Estonian capital of Tallinn. The well-preserved medieval old town enjoys UNESCO World Heritage Site status and is the perfect place to explore on foot. Visit Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and Toompea Castle on top of Toompea Hill or spend some time in the Town Hall Square. Admire Peter the Great's Baroque Kadriorg Palace and the eclectic interior of Cathedral of St Mary the Virgin. Step back in time at Estonian Open Air Museum and Estonian Maritime Museum. View cutting edge art at Kumu art museum before enjoying lunch and city-wide views from the top of Tallinn TV Tower.
10
At Sea
11
Klaipeda, Lithuania
Today the ship drops anchor at the Lithuanian seaport of Klaipeda. Stroll along tree-lined avenues of timber-framed houses and cobbled medieval squares dotted long the path of the River Dane. Drop by Theatre Square at the heart of the Old Town to admire the Neo-classical theatre and central fountain. Chart the nation's marine heritage at Lithuanian Maritime Museum and meet the resident marine life at its aquarium and dolphinarium. Taste locally-brewed ales and beers on a tour of Švyturys Brewery or travel along the coast to visit the Amber Museum in Palanga.
12
At Sea
13
Warnemunde, Germany
The German port town of Warnemunde sits on the Baltic Sea coast. Step ashore and take a stroll around the picturesque marina and beachfront. Admire the shops and fishing boats that line the nearby Alter Strom canal. Pay a visit to Edvard Munch Haus, the home of the renowned expressionist painter, and the impressive Warnemunde Church. Travel to the nearby Hanseatic red-brick town of Rostock with its Cultural History Museum, Petrikirche, Marienkirche, and the vibrant Kropeliner Strasse. Warnemunde is also your gateway to the sights and famous attractions of Berlin.
14
Aarhus, Denmark
Today the ship docks in Aarhus — the Danish 'City of Smiles' - on the Jutland Peninsula. Old meets new in this charming city where Scandi-chic galleries rub shoulders with the old docks and Latin Quarter. Stroll around the Marselisborg Palace and the tranquil Aarhus Botanical Gardens. Get a culture fix at Den Gamle By open-air Museum and explore Danish art at Aarhus Art Museum. There's family-fun aplenty with the Haunted House and fairground rides at Tivoli Friheden amusement park. Travel inland to the picturesque lakeside city of Silkeborg to visit the pre-historic Tollund Man at the Silkeborg Museum.
15
Skagen, Denmark
Skagen is the northernmost town in Denmark, also known as The Land of Light. The town's biggest draw is undoubtedly Grenen - a sandy point shaped like the tip of a knife where two beaches and the Skagerrak and Kattegat seas meet. The unique Tilsandede Kirke sand-buried church, Skagen Fyr lighthouse and the 40-meter high Råbjerg Mile dune are awesome sights too. View the works of local artists at Skagen Museum or the teddy bear exhibits at Skagen's Bamsemmuseum. Watch mighty eagles take flight at Eagle World or discover the sweet-making process at the Candy Factory.
16
At Sea
17
Southampton, UK
Today your cruise comes to an end. Disembark and make your way home.
Hays Extras
Hays Extras
  • No Fly – Sailing from Southampton
  • 16 night cruise on board Arcadia
  • Exclusively for adults
  • No tipping required
  • Early saver fare

Why Book
Why Book
  • Walk through Gardenia — the tropical gardens of Helsinki — and visit Ateneum, which is home to Finnish and European art.
  • Marvel at artworks by the grand masters such as Leonardo Da Vinci, El Greco and Rembrandt at the Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg. 
  • Stroll around the tranquil Aarhus Botanical Gardens, or get a culture fix at Den Gamle By open-air Museum and explore Danish art at Aarhus Art Museum. 

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Background
Arcadia
Overview
Exclusively for adults, Arcadia offers a relaxed pace, stylish surroundings and more than a hint of extravagance to P&O Cruises. Arcadia’s signature features such as her exterior glass-fronted lifts and expansive art collection, featuring no less than 3,000 works of art, create a sophisticated air. Foodies will be in their element on this ship, for our Arcadia cruise ship features Marco Pierre White’s Ocean Grill restaurant. Arcadia has many a place to happily while away an hour or two; Caffè Vivo, The Piano Bar and The Rising Sun pub to name but a few. There are plenty of ways to keep active too, but the ultimate route to feeling great has to lie with a visit to Arcadia’s wonderful spa which includes a large hydrotherapy pool and a thermal suite complete with fragrant aromatic showers. By evening, you’ll find spellbinding shows in The Palladium theatre, a lively casino, and The Globe, offering anything from comedy to live music.
Arcadia
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Food & Drink

Foodies will be spoilt for choice in the two-tier main restaurant offering a choice of Club Dining. There’s also the opportunity to visit the speciality restaurants of Sindhu where you’ll be treated to authentic Indian cuisine with a British twist and dinner in Marco Pierre White’s Ocean Grill.

Entertainment

There's never a dull moment...

P&O Cruises offers the very best in cruise entertainment. Days can be filled with as much or as little as you want, whilst evenings are no doubt the social highlight. When the sun goes down your ship begins to come alive with the hum of conversation and music, and you can be sure of a memorable night.

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Health & Fitness

From the revitalising hydrotherapy pool, to the state of the art gymnasium, there's plenty of facilities onboard to refresh your mind, body and soul. Passengers can enjoy luxury massages and treatments in the Oasis Spa, or head out to the top deck sports court for a spot of tennis.

Kids & Teens

As an adult only ship, Arcadia does not feature any Kids & Teens facilities.

Terms & Conditions
Early Saver prices shown are per person based on two adults sharing the lowest grade of cabin available within the applicable cabin type. Prices are subject to availability and may go up or down. Fly-cruise prices shown are inclusive of economy class flights from/to London. Prices may vary for other departure airports. All flights are subject to availability. Bookings are made at the relevant cabin grade and a cabin number is allocated by P&O Cruises prior to departure. On ships offering both Freedom and Club restaurants dining preferences are not guaranteed. Shuttle buses in ports are an additional cost. Early Saver prices apply to new bookings only. These terms and conditions vary, where relevant, the applicable booking conditions which are otherwise unchanged. For up-to-date prices, please contact Hays Travel.
Baltic
Arcadia
1st May 22
16 Nights
£1,529
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