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Cruises visiting Arkangelsk (Archangel) & all Arkangelsk (Archangel) cruises for  2019

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Arkhangelsk (Archangel) lies on both banks of the Northern Dvina River near its delta, with its numerous islands and exit into the White Sea, in the far north of European Russia. To reach this port explorer ships pass the North Cape of Norway, usually call at Murmansk, then drop below the Arctic Circle to Arkhangelsk. The city is a major seaport open year-round due to improvements in icebreakers. Some of the city's extant landmarks are the fort-like Merchant Yards (1668–84), the New Dvina Fortress (1701–05), the Gostiny Dvor that is the oldest surviving building in Arkhangelsk, and the Assumption Church on the Dvina embankment (1742–44) that was rebuilt in 2004.

Arkhangelsk views itself the capital of the Russian North. This is a bit pretentious, but reasonable at least in matter of cultural life, which is very active, compared to most cities of the same size in Russia. The economy of Arkhangelsk is based on the timber trade and paper industry. The city has a large commercial and fishing port. Located off the beaten path of major tourist flow, Arkhangelsk can be a transit point during a trip to Solovki, but also worth a separate visit. From November to May Northern Dvina and the White Sea are covered with ice, and ship navigation is possible with icebreakers only.

Walk around this flat city, take in its parks and long waterfront promenade, and look out for some of its old restored wooden houses. City districts spread for over 40 kilometres, and are home to numerous monuments of historical and cultural interest. Few old historical buildings remain from the Soviet era. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the museums, the unique icons, and the fascinating wooden architecture with brilliant murals. Arkhangelsk was also the miserable setting for much of Robert Harris's dark novel Archangel.

Cruises visiting Arkangelsk (Archangel) in 2019

Currently sailing Sold out Available OBC = Onboard credit
Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

16

JUL

Nautica cruises

18

NIGHTS

Nautica cruises

$9,630

$535

16

JUL

Nautica cruises

26

NIGHTS

Nautica cruises

$13,820

$532

16

JUL

Nautica cruises

30

NIGHTS

Nautica cruises

$14,510

$484

5

AUG

Seven Seas Navigator cruises

20

NIGHTS

Seven Seas Navigator cruises

$23,830

$1,192

5

AUG

Seven Seas Navigator cruises

77

NIGHTS

Seven Seas Navigator cruises

$49,410

$642

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