Charming ports await you on your Norway cruise, with fascinating cities at every stop. Enjoy the historic sights of Bergen whilst you stroll through Medieval streets and marvel at the beauty of Geiranger.
Step onto the shores of the sophisticated city of Stavenger and witness its heather-covered hills and spellbinding fjords, or delve into Skjolden’s breath-taking hills and waterfalls.
One of the most impressive North European cruisers is the Royal Caribbean Brilliance of the Seas ship. On this Norwegian cruise you’ll not only get to see the best of Norway, you’ll also visit Scotland, the Faroe Islands and spend two days in Iceland’s stunning capital Reykjavik.
Not wanting to miss out on the beauty of Norway, the Celebrity Eclipse ship stops for five nights at some of Norway’s most culturally and historically rich towns and cities. Being the birthplace of a number of famous writers, Molde’s host of spectacular views, traditional cathedrals and old town houses have no doubt influenced their writing, and this is a fantastic chance to visit this charming town with a Norway cruise. The Celebrity Eclipse cruise ship also stops at Alesund, Flam, Bergen and Stavanger before returning home.
Carnival Cruise Line is the most popular cruise line in the world, famous for ensuring its passengers have a memorable time on their cruise holiday. The Carnival Legend is one of the most impressive of the Carnival fleet, stopping at Norway and Western Europe during its journey. Filling in days between destinations with activities and entertainment at sea, there’s not likely to be a dull moment when you visit Scandinavia and Europe on your Norway cruise.
P&O Cruises Britannia has many Norwegian sailings, often during the busier Summer months too.