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On a cruise to Norway and Iceland, visit two of Europe’s most fascinating countries, where stunning natural beauty and charming seaside towns are found at every turn. Adventure awaits in Iceland, a unique destination where you’ll have the chance to admire towering waterfalls, soak in sparkling lagoons, climb snow-capped mountains, and walk on volcanic lava fields. Enjoy an overnight stay in Reykjavik, which is just enough time to explore the highlights of the Icelandic capital.
In Norway, experience the serenity of sailing down the Norwegian fjords while stopping in waterfront towns and quaint fishing villages along the way. Visit the colorful towns of Alesund and Bergen, where Art Deco buildings and wooden houses line the harbor. Our cruises to Norway and Iceland are once-in-a-lifetime experiences you won’t ever forget.
Kick off your journey in Amsterdam, a vibrant city with scenic canals and a world-class art scene. Hop on a bike and explore the city’s neighborhoods, where you’ll encounter historic landmarks like the Anne Frank House, cutting-edge architecture, and museums such as the Van Gogh Museum, which has the largest collection of works by the Dutch artist in the world. You can also explore the city on a leisurely cruise around the Canal Ring, one of Amsterdam’s most iconic areas, where you’ll admire colorful facades and 17th-century buildings.
Discover the magic of Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, where you’ll find natural wonders, gorgeous landscapes, and delicious cuisine. Head to the famous Blue Lagoon and enjoy a peaceful and reinvigorating soak in its healing mineral waters. Embark on a tour of the Golden Circle, a nature trail with a variety of sights including the stunning Gullfoss Waterfall. Or go on a thrilling ride down the white water rapids of the glacial Hvitá River.
Akureyri is a small but fantastic destination to experience the best of Iceland’s outdoors. Admire the volcanic landscapes in Dimmuborgir, home to some of the most unusual lava fields in the world. Soak in Lake Myvatn’s natural hot springs while admiring the unique surrounding landscapes. Visit a working horse farm or go whale watching in the harbor. Or fly to remote Grimsey Island, home to less than 100 people, for a true off-the-beaten-path experience.
On a cruise to Iceland and Norway, you’ll stop in Alesund, a picturesque town known for its unique, art nouveau architectural style. Take a walk around its colorful waterfront, and visit the Sunnmøre Museum, where you’ll admire one of the world’s largest collections of preserved boats. Or head to the town of Alnes, where you can climb up the 72-foot-tall lighthouse and enjoy magnificent views of the city and surrounding fjord from up above.
Bergen is known as the gateway to the fjords because of its strategic location next to Norway’s stunning natural waterways. But this small harbor town has several wonders of its own. Visit Bryggen, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you’ll see lovely wooden houses that date back to the 1300s dotting the harbor. Stroll around the Bergen Fish Market and sample the fresh catches of the day. Take a scenic funicular ride up to the summit of Mt. Floyen for unparalleled views.