Bookable until October from 564 euros per Person. The diversity of South Sweden South Sweden is so varied that it is worth not to stay in one spot: coastal roads with views of outlying islands, routes through original forests and romantic lakes. Also: trendy and historic cities such as the fortress city of Karlskrona and Malmo, the city of the Eurovision Song Contest 2013. The well-known Swedish glassworks in the Kingdom of Crystal and the amusement park are Astrid Lindgren’s world on the route from Trelleborg to Trollhattan on Lake Vanern, Sweden’s largest lake with the famous waterfalls. The TT-Line Ferry Company offers the car tour Sweden diversity “from 399 euro per person. This includes: ferry Travemunde-Trelleborg or Rostock-Trelleborg and back, car transport, as well as five nights including breakfast.
Travel period: 15.5 to 15.9.2013 Finland: nature holiday in the land of the thousand lakes thousands Lakes with Islands and islets, surrounded by green forests: the Central Finnish Lake is the largest lake district in Europe and the ideal destination for a relaxing natural holiday. The shipping company Finnlines has with her car tour package in the Lake region”applied an eight-day tour, which provides plenty of time for experiencing the beautiful scenery of nature. From 649 euro per person which includes ferry Travemunde-Helsinki and back, car driving, two nights on board as well as four nights including breakfast. “Tour of the Baltic States: Lithuania and Latvia from the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda on Vilnius, the Rome of the East”, in the Latvian capital of Riga, this means: a tour of the extraordinary landscape of dunes in Curonian Spit as well as medieval castles and Baroque castles, left, and right of way. The nine-day tour in the Baltic”offered by DFDS Seaways. Price example: Ferry from Kiel, two nights aboard, per 2 nights stay in Klaipeda, Vilnius and Riga including breakfast: from 459 EUR per person from Hanse city to Hanse city cityscape of the former Hanseatic cities still shows the wealth of the merchant and Stadtebund dominated the Baltic Sea region from the Middle Ages until the 17th century.