Year-round St Petersburg flights launched on 15 May, departing 13 times per week. Business travellers and holiday-makers alike have been waiting for this route for a long time. St Petersburg also represents an ideal place for a stopover when travelling onwards in Russia or further afield to Asia, and China in particular. In the opposite direction it offers Russian travellers transit opportunities via Tallinn to the other destinations Nordica serves.
For cultural gourmands, St Petersburg is a true cordon bleu destination. Its lights, its bridges and its famed restaurants are drawcards that keep bringing tourists back to Russia’s capital of culture. The Hermitage art museum, Catherine Palace and Peterhof Park with its many fountains are sights not to be missed.
Pulkovo Airport is 20 km from the city centre. Nordica will be flying passengers to St Petersburg year-round starting from 15 May using its CRJ aircraft. Travel time will be approximately 50 minutes. Tickets start from €49.90 one-way.
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Nordica will be launching direct flights to Hamburg as one of its summer destinations on 16 May. The multifaceted port city, which boasts more canals than Venice, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Germany. If you love weekend city breaks, Hamburg’s cosmopolitan elegance, abundance of parks, rich history and entertainment for all ages are sure to win you over. Flights will be operated three times per week between 16 May and 1 October using CRJ 900 aircraft. Travel time will be approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes.
Direct flights to the second-largest city in Sweden will start in August. The flights will take place year-round six times per week and are designed for both holiday-makers and business travellers.
Renowned as a green port city, Gothenburg makes for a perfect city break destination. The city has a population of 550,000, while Greater Gothenburg is home to 950,000 people. It offers a wide range of recreational options for people of all ages and tastes. More than 300 cafés, six Michelin star restaurants and tantalising seafood safaris await those looking for new culinary experiences. Families with children will enjoy the fun of the fair at the popular Liseberg Tivoli and the joy of discovery at Universeum, the biggest science centre in Scandinavia. Many of the city’s museums also provide family-friendly activities and playful displays. Those looking to enjoy the outdoors will find plenty of parks and 460 km of bike paths. And of course the city offers some great shopping opportunities and the lure of Scandinavian design.