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Baltic Sea Ports of Call and suggested Tour Guides

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Getting a very late start on planning for a Baltic Sea Cruise my husband and I will be taking this July and would very much appreciate any help!
We will be sailing on the Oceania Nautica. Other than London, we have never visited any of the ports of call. Our itinerary is:

July 7 - depart out of London after spending two nights at the Doubletree Hilton, Westminster
July 8 - Bruges (Zeebruge), Belgium
July 9 - Amsterdam, Netherlands
July 10 - Kiel Canal Transit
July 11 - Cruising the Baltic Sea
July 12 - Stockholm, Sweden
July 13 - Helsinki, Finland
July 14&15 - St. Petersburg, Russia
July 16 - Talinn, Estonia
July 17 - Klapeida, Lithuania
July 18 - Gdansk, Poland
July 19 - Copenhagen (spending two nights at the Marriott Copenhagen)

We usually prefer private tours, although I know this is likely not feasible, especially in St. Petersburg. But due to husband's hearing difficulties and food allergies, and being unfamiliar with the European transit system, it always seems to work better. We both love history, architecture, art, and trying some of the local foods and wines.
Any suggestions anyone can provide will be much appreciated!

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