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These once-in-a-lifetime moments allow you to experience an unforgettable world of exclusive moments, incredible cultures and charming surprises
Personalise your holiday with a choice of included sightseeing options sure to leave you with lifelong memories
Excitement builds as we meet you on arrival and whisk you to your ship. Kick things off with a glass of bubbly before the first of many memorable meals on board.
Stay: 15 Nights, MS Hebridean SkyDaily :
Wake in the world’s northernmost town. Norway’s city of Hammerfest is the launch pad for Arctic adventure, lying at the gateway to the Barents Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Set on a natural harbour, Hammerfest has long been inhabited by the Sámi people, the indigenous people of the north. Today is your opportunity to learn about Sámi culture and glimpse into their way of life as reindeer herders.Daily :
Arrive in the Lofoten Islands to see the world’s largest Viking longhouse.
Norway’s west coast is unquestionably one of the world’s most beautiful destinations, and when it comes to scenery, the Lofoten Islands takes the cake. Cruising into the archipelago, jagged peaks jut from mirror-like fjord waters and red cottages are clustered on green banks. Enjoy a Signature Experience.Daily :
Walk through the tunnel or explore the town of Brønnøysund with your expedition team.
Head to the deck to spot the Arctic Circle Monument before arriving at the town of Brønnøysund. In the distance, you might even be able to see the sun shining through the tunnel at the centre of Mount Torghatten. It’s here you’ll choose your sightseeing.Daily :
For a change of pace, today you’ll explore a larger city, Trondheim. As part of your discovery, wander around the open-air museum, which is more like a village. Explore its collection of over 80 vintage buildings, including a stave church and Samí huts.Daily :
Stake your claim on deck as your ship sails into Nordfjord to the icefields of Jostedal. Mountains tower on both sides, along with glaciers, and deep valleys in shades of green. Step ashore at the village of Olden, passing beautiful lakes on your way to the viewing point of Briksdal Glacier.Daily :
The archipelagos surrounding Florø add to the idyllic scenery of this quaint port town. First, visit the open-air Sunnfjord Museum, made up of 25 historical buildings transported from throughout the region. Many have traditional turf roofs. After stopping to explore, drive to Norway’s Waterfall Road with many easily accessible cascades.Daily :
Head to the remote village of Undredal on the shores of Aurlandsfjord, where you’ll find pine forests spilling over cliffs and steep ravines fringed with storybook houses. Not to mention the deep-blue fjord waters surrounding this picturesque village.
Today, you’ll arrive in Flåm, to journey aboard the Flåm Railway through countryside more than 850 metres above sea level. Then enjoy a Signature Experience.Daily :
Say goodbye to Flåm as you continue to cruise the region’s majestic fjords. All you have to do is sit back on board your ship and take it all in. Discover World Heritage-listed Naerøyfjord, hemmed in on either side by mountains, tumbling waterfalls and emerald valleys.Daily :
We’ve arranged a private recital here, featuring a selection of Grieg’s well-known classical masterpieces. There’s plenty of time to explore later, with the ship remaining docked in Bergen for a late departure.
Discover Bergen, including the home of Norway’s most famous composer Edvard Grieg, where you’re invited to enjoy a Signature Experience.Daily :
From here, you’ll set out on a walk to Bondhus Lake, which is encircled by fjords and mountains. Alternatively, you might like to visit the historic Baroniet Rosendal Manor House and Gardens.
Dock in the town of Rosendal and travel to the village of Sunndal for a choice of sightseeing.Daily :
Perhaps don your walking shoes for a hike to the Pulpit Rock viewpoint. On a 604-metre high cliff, it’s one of the country’s most iconic lookouts with views right over the Lysefjord. A less strenuous option is a cruise through the fjord and a walk through Stavanger.
Explore through a choice of sightseeing today.Daily :
At Kragerø, jump into a boat for a journey along the Telemark Canal, which was carved into rock over a century ago.Daily :
Today reach Norway’s capital. Among many highlights, visit Vigeland Sculpture Park, the Viking Ship Museum, and the open-air Norsk Folkemuseum. It’s then time to farewell Norway as your ship sails through the night.Daily :
Dip into Sweden with a stop at the fishing village of Marstrand. Here, you might like to walk to Carlstens Fortress or enjoy a spot of kayaking. Later it’s on to Denmark where a visit to Skagen offers the chance to either travel to the country’s northernmost reaches or explore the peninsula on a guided bike tour.
There are an abundance of sightseeing options on offer today.Daily :
Arrive at your final stop, Copenhagen. We say our farewells and transfer you to the airport.Daily :
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