Thetraveljunkie.org – Instead of flying from Stockholm to Riga we decided to take Tallink’s cruise, the M/S Isabelle. The trip lasted about 18hrs and was indeed pleasant with everything from check-in at Stockholm’s Frihamnen Terminal to disembarkation at the Riga Passenger Terminal running smoothly. A most civilised and stress-free way to travel.
Isabelle has a great variety of on board restaurants and bars, meeting different tastes and preferences of passengers. Isabelle also has a relaxation and sauna area offering whirlpool baths and four separate saunas some of which have a beautiful sea view.
While there are many accommodation options available on board we took a small cabin. While this cabin type can accommodate for two. It was clean, the beds were comfortable, and otherwise to our full satisfaction.
We will never forget the moments we experienced nor the amazing places we visited. Book an overnight cruise and admire the stunning Baltic Sea!
Baltic sunset from Stockholm to Riga.
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