Norwegian Fjords & Iceland from Copenhagen, 24 May 2019 (14 nights)

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Ship:
Norwegian Getaway
Line:
Norwegian Cruise Line
Depart Date:
24th May 2019
Duration:
14 nights | View itinerary
Customer Rating:
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Cruise Type:
Fly Cruise
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Holiday Features

Ensuite, spacious stateroom
  • Tea/coffee making facilities
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • Complimentary 24 hour room service
  • All meals inc daily afternoon tea
  • Fitness centre, sports courts jogging track
  • Award winning onboard entertainment
  • 24 hour buffet dining
  • Onboard shows


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    Cruise itinerary

    Day Port Due Depart
    1 Flight departs
    1 Copenhagen
    Copenhagen
    The Little Mermaid at the harbour entrance welcomes you to the friendly, cosmopolitan and timeless city of Copenhagen.
    PM
    2 Haugesund PM PM
    3 Flam
    Flam
    In this Norwegian city admire beautiful mountainsides, breathtaking waterfalls and deep valleys. Get close with nature and get active with nature-based activities.
    AM PM
    4 Bergen
    Bergen
    Bergen is a 14th Century port situated in the heart of western Norway which has dramatic mountain scenery.
    AM PM
    5 Hellesylt AM AM
    5 Geiranger, Norway
    Geiranger, Norway
    In the Norway's fjord district, Geiranger will give you an experience of a lifetime...immerse in the spectacular scenery of snow covered mountain peaks, beautiful waterfalls, lush vegetation and the blue waters of the fjord. The two most notable waterfalls in the Geirangefjord are the Seven Sisters and the Suitor (also called 'the Wooer'). The two falls face one another across the fjord, and the Suitor is said to be trying to woo the sisters opposite.
    AM PM
    6 At Sea
    7 Akureyri
    Akureyri
    This fantastic city is only 100km from the Arctic Circle and boasts some of the best summer weather in the country. Whether you visit the botanical garden and interesting museums, hit the fabulous shops or play a round in the famous 18-hole golf course, you'll be sure to have a great time in Akureyri.
    AM PM
    8-9 Reykjavik - Overnight onboard PM PM
    10 At Sea
    11 Invergordon
    Invergordon
    Invergordon is a town and port in Easter Ross, in Ross and Cromarty, Highland, Scotland.
    AM PM
    12 Newhaven / Edinburgh AM PM
    13 At Sea
    14-15 Copenhagen - Overnight onboard
    Copenhagen - Overnight onboard
    The Little Mermaid at the harbour entrance welcomes you to the friendly, cosmopolitan and timeless city of Copenhagen.
    PM
    15 Flight departs

    Cabins on the Norwegian Getaway

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    Customer reviews for Norwegian Getaway

    • Norwegian Getaway
    • Norwegian Cruise Line
    • 24 Sep 2018

    Excellent ship, only let down by the horrendous charges for WiFi. It's astronomical. I fail to see why a cruise line can charge so much. The only other tiny fault is that we needed more hooks in our inside cabin, it's a bit short on hanging space. If you stay on Floor 5 in the middle, be aware that it's under the guest services area and you can hear people in heels walking on the hard floor above. The food was amazing, although the garden cafe buffet can get very busy. The sushi restaurant Wasabi is worth the small extra charge. Cirque Steams and Dreams was well worth the cost, the food was great and the show is on a par with Cirque de Soleil. I personally found some of the excursion desk staff really unhelpful. We wanted advice on catching a cab but they have a vested interest in selling you the most expensive tours. At Roatan port we paid $15 each for a minibus to a nearby beach resort, and an extra $10 at the resort which included sunbeds, umbrellas and WiFi. A similar excursion on the ship was about $80. Shop around. The staff on board the cruise were lovely, from all over the world and extremely chatty and helpful.

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    • Norwegian Getaway
    • Norwegian Cruise Line
    • 26 Oct 2017

    We took the Norwegian Getaway this summer and absolutely loved it. We are a family of 7. I have been on cruises (many of them) where you step on board and are constantly bombarded by staff trying to sell you upgrades, cases of water, cocktails etc… However, Norwegian is not like that. On the NCL Getaway, you are treated like a guest at a luxury resort. You are waited on and served like you should be. The entire ship is meticulously clean at all times. I have no idea how they pull that off given how massive the ship is. It is also laid out beautifuly making it easy to get to where you need. Not always the case when it comes to deck plans on cruise ships. We’ve have been onboatd several that made no sense at all and it felt like we were walking from on end of the ship to the other constantly. Not the case with the Getaway.Food is always something people look forward to when cruising and I feel like Norwegian scores high in this category. Their freestyle dining gives you the freedom to dine when you want and where you want each night. There are 3 included restaurants as well as a bunch of specialty dining spots. The specialty spots do come with cover fees or ala carte pricing options. However, I have always booked when they are offering free upgraded specialty dining and drinks packages which I would highly recommend looking into. I hardly ever eat at their main dining areas with the exception of the occasional table service breakfast which is super tasty. Entertainment wise, there is a lot to do. My kids liked the ropes course, basketball and the ice bar. Overall we loved this cruise, the ports, pretty much everything. 

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    • Norwegian Getaway
    • Norwegian Cruise Line
    • 02 Oct 2017

    This was our second cruise, the first being a 'taster', overnight cruise on P&O Britannia. We originally intended to sail in June to the Baltic but due to circumstances had to wait until April to start booking anything by which time our cruise line options were limited even for a September cruise. Embarkation was very painless. We boarded at 3pm, my partners luggage arrived about an hour later but my luggage still hadn't turned up by 7pm. My partner went to reception to enquire and by chance found this was due to there being a travel iron in the case (electrical and certain other items are banned but this is not made clear by NCL). The case, along with many others had been put into a back room and required one of us to open it to remove said iron; why we were not told of this when the other case was delivered I don't know. anyway, iron removed, case retrieved, cruise commenced. BTW; The iron was returned on disembarkation. The cabin and balcony (mid-ships balcony stateroom) were adequate (16 sqm & 3 sqm) although smaller than average cabins on other ships; it was a bit tight between the bed and the wardrobe. A good size bathroom had a roomy shower with instant hot water. Plenty of storage throughout both rooms but the safe was tiny; I had to put my iPad in at an angle for it to fit. Although noise from other cabins was not a problem at night, come 5am the airline style suction toilets started flushing and doors banged as people got ready for the day. The Cabin Steward was excellent (as were all the staff) and kept the cabin clean and tidy with the obligatory towel animal on the bed each evening. Ship was kept spotless at all times. I found the interior very closed in and busy,; in the evenings it was very noisy. I initially failed to recognise the atrium on our first explore, it was so underwhelming. In this area there are a couple of cafes, Guest Services and the Shore Excursion desk; unfortunately there is also a dance floor and big screen so this area is constantly noisy, something that even the staff on the Guest Services desk complained about. One thing in its favour it never felt crowded on board. If you can't afford to go "Havan" then there is no lounge for you, you'll have to fight for a (limited) seat at the (noisy) bars like the rest of us or sit in a dingy corridor. Anyone seeking quiet couldn't even escape to the library as it is situated next to the Atrium screen/dancefloor - good planning. Fortunately we had good weather and were able to sit outside but even then armchair seating was limited. As usual smoking was permitted in the overlarge and underused casino which made the air in this area a bit stale. There were plenty of activities onboard. We did not partake in any organised events but tried out the rope walk, crazy golf deck games and some arcade games inside. There were excellent shows in the theatre but get there early for a seat. Food was excellent everywhere, service good and restaurants clean. We have some of our best meals in the Garden Cafe which seemed to cope with the large number of cruisers very well and would recommend Bistro and Cagney's. Excursions were pricey; we did two; 2 day St Petersburg mainly because it was easier than arranging our own visas etc and a bus ride into Stockholm mainly because my partner would not take the train. It was very easy to do your own thing with a bit of forward planing. All the calling points were of interest and being portside so no tenders were involved, very accessible. Although we were informed of the $28/day (discretionary) gratuity when booking 18% is a bit on steep side for us Brits where 12% is more the norm but we were happy to pay it considering the excellent service we received onboard.What we did object to was the additional 18% on purchases outside our package; these included fancy coffees and bottled water at $5 /bottle. Needless to say we followed more seasoned travellers and refilled our water bottles for free in the Garden Cafe. All goods in the shop onboard and the guest photos were ridiculously overpriced. Halfway through the cruise we received a letter saying that having got us from the airport to the ship if we wanted to get back again it would cost us $60. At least this meant we weren't kicked off till 9am so had a lay-in and breakfast but had to hang around the airport for our 3pm flight. Would we choose Getaway again? No. Would we choose Norwegian again? It wouldn't be our first choice. We will be cruising again but at least we area bit more aware of the scams and pitfalls.

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