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Northern Europe & British Isles

The Northern European cruise region stretches from the British Isles through Scandinavia and all the way to St. Petersburg, Russia. Cruises in this area are also called Baltic or Scandinavia cruises. Amazing historical and cultural sites await and shore excursions typically visit museums, palaces, castles and cathedrals. Cruises around the British Isles including England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland offer opportunities to visit famous cities like London, Dublin, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

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Hurtigruten - The Norwegian Coastal Voyage :

Hurtigruten takes you closer to the real Norway calling at 34 ports, some never visited by larger cruise ships. As with the scenery en route, it is the sheer variety of sights, sounds, scents and surprises that makes the coastal voyage such a delight.

The 14 Hurtigruten ships are able to reach places that many others can't, along some of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. Take your pick from the 'Norwegian Coastal Voyage' route in Norway, Spitsbergen and Greenland. Also available are a range of winter trips all under the Northern Lights. Cruises include 7 & 14 night voyages in Norway, 5 & 6 night Spitsbergen voyages plus a variety of Greenland itineraries.

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Ship: 14 ships ply this route. Please check with us for details of your ship.

Route: It stops for 15 minutes to 2 hours along 30 ports on the coast. The main ports where it halts for a longer time are shown as the route taken.

Main Ports: Kirkenes – Hammerfest and Tromos – Vesteralesn and Lofoten Islands – Arctic Circle, Seven Sisters – Trondheim and Kristiansund – Rocky Islands.

Overview: Sail from the sparse northern landscapes to the lush southern regions. Leaving Kirkenes high above the Artic Circle, your 6 day voyage south clinging close to the coast weaves through the legendary Lofoten Islands, which for many is the most beautiful part of the Norwegian coast.

Departures: All year round.

Cruise Price: From Euro 1380 per person on twin sharing in an inside cabin.

Ship: 14 ships ply this route. Please check with us for details of your ship.

Route: It stops for 15 minutes to 2 hours along 30 ports on the coast. The main ports where it halts for a longer time are shown as the route taken.

Main Ports: Bergen – Alesund and Geirangerfjord – Trondheim – Arctic Circle and Lofoten Islands – Tromos, Gateway to the Artic – Honningsvag and the North Cape – Kirkenes, The Voyage Turning Point.

Overview: Your 7 day voyage begins in Bergen and calls at over 34 ports on your fascinating journey north. Crossing the Arctic Circle watch the landscapes change to suit the cooler climate before reaching your final destination, Kirkenes, a remote outpost of Northern Europe close to the Russian border.

Departures: All year round.

Cruise Price: From Euro 815 per person on twin sharing basis in an inside cabin.

Ship: 14 ships ply this route. Please check with us for details of your ship.

Route: It stops for 15 minutes to 2 hours along 30 ports on the coast. The main ports where it halts for a longer time are shown as the route taken.

Main Ports: Bergen – Alesund and Geirangerfjord – Trondheim – Arctic Circle and Lofoten Islands – Tromos, Gateway to the Artic – Honningsvag and the North Cape – Kirkenes, The Voyage Turining Point – Hammerfest and Tromos – Vesteralesn and Lofoten Islands – Arctic Circle, Seven Sisters – Trondheim and Kristiansund – Rocky Islands.

Overview: A spectacular voyage examining the inseparable links between Norway's rich heritage and the sea, the Classic Round Voyage is the ultimate way to experience the full majesty and culture of Norway's coastline.

Departures: All year round.

Cruise Price: From Euro 1207 per person on twin sharing basis in an inside cabin.

Good to Know:
Best Time to Cruise

The Northern European cruise season lasts from late May through to September and the British Isles cruise season runs from April through to October. To avoid larger crowds, consider travelling during the shoulder seasons in the spring (April and May) or in the fall (September and October). Northern Europe - late summer provides the best weather with mid-June to early July being particularly interesting with possible views of the midnight sun, which disappears for only 3-4 hours every evening.

Choose from:

Baltic Cruises

Scandinavia Cruises

British Isles

Must-do Experiences:
  • Tour the grand public buildings or travel to the mythical Giant's Causeway in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
  • View the magnificent castle in Edinburgh which has remained unchanged since the 18th century.
  • Wander the boulevards of Cannes, famous for its designer boutiques and markets.
  • Discover the famous landmarks of Livorno (Florence/Pisa) in Italy.
  • See the coppery green towers alongside gingerbread houses and stroll through the cobblestone streets in Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Explore the Winter Palace in St. Petersburg housing the art collection of Catherine the Great.
  • Visit the Viking Museum in Oslo, Norway.
  • Shop for fine leather-bound books or woolen goods in Tallinn, Estonia.
  • Stroll through Amsterdam's 700-year-old streets and marvel at its stepped-gable houses, cruise down its bustling canals or browse through its colorful flower markets.
  • Experience Stockholm, Sweden, a city of 14 islands linked by ferries and graceful bridges.
Cruise Lines in Northern Europe & British Isles:

Azamara Club Cruises, Celebrity Cruises, Costa Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Holland America Line, Oceania Cruises, Princess Cruises and Royal Caribbean Cruises.

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