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Norwegian Coast & Arctic Spring

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Hurtigruten authentic cruise, 9 nights package

Enjoy an amazing 6 nights cruise along the Norwegian coast with beautiful Arctic fjords & islands and calls at tiny fishing settlements, the Lofoten Islands and coastal towns like the historic Trondheim and the Arctic towns of Bodo, Tromso and Hammerfest - Add exciting excursions en route, like RIB safari to the Saltstraumen maelstrom & the North Cape. Overnight in the picturesque town of Bergen before the cruise and 2 nights in Oslo after the cruise.

Itinerary

@Oddleiv Apneseth, Bg Tour. Board

Day 1 - Bergen

Individual arrival and check in at the centrally located 4* Hotel Neptun. Spend 1 night in Bergen

 


Photo: View from mount Floyen, on top of the Funicular railroad

Tony wooden houses in Bergen@Oddleiv Apneseth/ Bergen Tourist Board

Day 2 - Bergen - evening cruise departure

Time to explore the charming Hanseatic town before the transfer bus brings you to the ship in the afternoon.

Take a ride on the Funicular rail to the top of mount Floyen - offering a marvelous view of the city and surrounding fjords, visit the picturesque areas with tiny wooden houses and visit the Fish Market.

Cabin category N, outside w. separate beds

 

Photo: Typical, tiny wooden houses & narrow street, Knosesmauet at the Nordnes peninsula

View of Alesund@CH/Innovation Norway

Day 3 - Alesund-Molde

Morning arrival to the Art Nouveau town of Alesund. From April 15 the ship takes a full day cruise to the famous Geirangerfjord, with the "Seven Sisters" waterfalls.

 

Photo: Alesund & spectacular surroundings

Trondheim Bakklandet@Terje Rakke/Nordic Life, Innovation Norway

Day 4 - Trondheim-Rorvik

The Trondheim fjord and the historic island of Munkholmen leads the way to the historic town of Trondheim, known for its well preserved and idyllic areas of tiny wooden houses, like Bakklandet as shown in the picture. Spend 4 hours at leisure in the city, or take an optional sightseeing tour.

 

Photo: The picturesque Bakklandet

Norwegian coast Lofoten Islands@Fritjof Fure/Innovation Norway

Day 5 - Bodo-Lofoten Islands

Cross the Arctic Circle to Bodo, with a few hours to explore the city. Then crossing the Vestfjord towards the impressive Lofot wall and the spectacular Lofoten Islands, with calls at the fishing villages of Stamsund & Svolvaer.

 

Photo: Fishing outside the Lofoten Islands

 Tromso Norway@Bard Loken, Innovation Norway 

Day 6 - Vesteralen Islands-Tromso

Into a magnificent archipelago to the north, then on to the university town of Tromso, also known as the 'Paris of the North'. 4 hours at leisure in the city.

Hammerfest@Fritjof Fure/Innovation Norway North Cape@Johan Wildhagen/
Innovation Norway
 

Day 7 - Honningsvag-North Cape

Main port Honningsvag, then cruise along Finnmark's barren coast, passing the Svaerholdtklubben Bird Colony and the unbelievable rock formation of Finnkjerkja.

You can join the optional land excursion to the North Cape cliff - 1,000 feet above the Arctic Ocean and the Northernmost point of the European continent.

 

 

 

Photo 1: The Arctic town of Hammerfest

Photo 2: The North Cape

 Kirkenes Norway@Trym Ivar Bergsmo, Innovation Norway

Day 8 - Batsfjord-Kirkenes

Around the north and east coast of the barren Finnmark coast before the ship continues to the south-east into the Bokfjord and on to Kirkenes, the ship's turning point.

Flight to Oslo, with 2 nights at the 4* Bristol hotel

 

 Oslo waterfront & City hall@Nancy Bundt, Oslo Promotion 

Day 9 - Oslo

Spend the day at leisure in Oslo or join one of the scheduled sightseeing tours.                                             

Overnight at the Bristol hotel

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