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Summer in Scandinavia from Reykjavik to Copenhagen, 31 August 2023 (12 nights)
Home to some of the most striking buildings you'll ever see, Reykjavik is a small city that packs a powerful punch. Take a dip in one of the many geothermal pools to truly relax, or enjoy a refreshing hike in the great outdoors. A visit to the iconic Hallgrímskirkja Church is a must for architecture enthusiasts, though a simple walking tour around the city will see you discovering stunning designs and street art. Don't forget to leave room for the outstanding local cuisine, from fresh seafood to grilled meats.
Things to do in Reykjavik:
National Museum of Iceland
Step back in time in this fascinating museum located in the heart of the city. Built in 1863, it’s home to a variety of exhibitions showcasing the enthralling history of Iceland, from its maritime past to artefacts capturing the life of original settlers within the country.
Situated in the centre of the city, Harpa is an extraordinary concert hall that features a distinct design with coloured glass surrounding its exterior. Host to a range of concerts, conferences, plays, opera performances and more, it’s a must-see when in the city.
Arguably one of the most beloved attractions in Iceland is the Blue Lagoon. Located less than 45 minutes from the city, it has a geothermal spa that’s bright blue. Onsite there is also a cafe, a massage room, restaurants and more to enjoy throughout your time there.
DAY 201 Sep 2023
Situated in northwest Iceland, Isafjörður is a quaint town that’s beloved for its awe-inspiring landscapes. Not only does it feature historic and colourful wooden houses that date back to the 18th and 19th century, but a wide selection of attractions including the Bunarfoss waterfall, Arctic Fox Centre and the Naustahvilft hiking trail. The perfect place to capture breathtaking photographs, Isafjörður is a wonderful stop-off whilst on a cruise.
Things to do in Isafjordur:
Westfjord History Museum
Showcasing the captivating maritime heritage of the town, within this quaint museum you’ll learn about the fishing industry and the life of the hardworking fisherman in the town. A fascinating insight into the culture of the town, it makes for a unique experience during a stop-off.
A picturesque micro brewery that’s a family business, it’s one of the most popular attractions to visit whilst in Isafjörður. Producing a wide selection of local craft beer, you can toast to your holiday whilst visiting this extraordinary brewery.
Accessible from May to September, Vigur Island is a fantastic place to visit whilst in Isafjörður. Available to visit through a range of tours, you can head out on a boat to the island and discover the rare Arctic birdlife including puffins and razorbills, whilst taking in the picturesque scenery.
DAY 504 Sep 2023
The third largest city in Norway, Trondheim combines the numerous modern amenities of a cosmopolitan city with traditional Scandinavian history and culture. Discover authentic local cuisine through cafes and restaurants, as well as locally brewed beer. Looking for one of a kind souvenirs? Check out the range of arts and crafts that you won't find anywhere else! For a taste of Trondheim's history, head to the 12th century cathedral and museums.
Things to do in Trondheim:
Nidaros Cathedral is located in the heart of Trondheim, and is constructed over the burial site of the prominent ruler, King Olav II (who is also known as the patron saint of the nation of Norway). Beautiful in design, it’s one of the most popular and iconic landmarks in the city.
Old Town Bridge
Also known as Gamble Bybro, this historic bridge was built in 1861 and was designed by Carl Adolf Dahl. Featuring red, decorative arches, it’s often a popular photo spot due to the surrounding colourful houses.
Situated on a hill, to the east of Trondheim, the Kristiansten Fortress gained its name from Christian V of Denmark and Norway. Built in 1685, this prominent and unique fortress will make you feel as though you’ve been transported back in time.
DAY 605 Sep 2023
The artistic, quirky and historic town of Alesund is not only a great stop off on your way to explore the Geirangerfjord, but a hidden gem in itself. Boasting unique Art Nouveau architecture throughout the town, you'll find an abundance of boutiques, bars and eateries surrounded by the backdrop of the picture-perfect Sunmore Alps. Whether you're on a leisurely stroll through town or enjoying outdoor excursions, Alesund is an unforgettable port of call on a Norwegian Fjords cruise.
Things to do in Alesund:
If you’re looking for beautiful panoramic views of Alesund and scenic walks, Storhaugen park is a must visit. A picturesque green space high above the port town, you can take in sights of the quaint town centre, alongside Sunnmoresalpane mountain range and Sula.
Whether you want to learn about the captivating fishing history of Alesund or you’re simply looking for an activity that’s a little more unique, the centrally located Fisheries Museum is just the ticket.
The Art Nouveau Town
Wonder through the beautiful town and discover all of the breathtaking Art Nouveau buildings, from houses to churches. A picturesque walk, there are often tours offered around the area, which will inform you all about the history of Alesund, alongside the captivating architecture.
DAY 706 Sep 2023
Skjolden is a picturesque village in Vestland County, Western Norway. It’s part of the Lustre municipality, and located at the head of the Sognefjorden, the longest navigable fjord in the world, making the sail there a spectacle in and of itself. With a small population of only 300 inhabitants, if the busyness of a major city is what you're looking for, you're in the wrong area; on the other hand, if you want peace and quiet together with a breathtaking landscape, you're in the perfect spot. With 3 national parks at its doorstep (Jostedalsbreen, Breheimen and Jotunheimen), alongside a variety of other attractions, you’ll have an unforgettable stop in Skjolden.
Things to do in Skjolden:
The Wittgenstein family was one of the most powerful in the Austro-Hungarian monarchy in the second part of the nineteenth century. Hochreit, Karl Wittgenstein's hunting lodge, was furnished by Hoffmann in 1907 and is situated in a lovely area directly on the lake. Inside, feel like you've been transported back in time as you discover the historic future from the early 19th century.
A stunning waterfall that is reachable on foot from the cruise port, the Asafossen waterfall is simply stunning. Measuring 180m, this impressive attraction rushes down the slope across the street from Vassbakken Kro & Camping in Skjolden. And over the years, Sherpas from Nepal have strengthened and protected the ascent to the waterfall, making it quite simple to walk up to it.
If you’ve ever wanted to meet or walk llamas, you’re in for a treat. At this scenic farm you can opt to walk along the lake and get to know these amazing animals. And with the farm being located just 500 metres from the centre of Skjolden, it’s perfectly located for those wanting to stay closer to the ship.
DAY 807 Sep 2023
Nestled amongst some of the most beautiful natural attractions, Stavanger is the fourth largest city in Norway. Boasting both contemporary modern attractions as well as excellently preserved old wooden settlements, this classic Norwegian city is a great getaway for active adventurers looking for outdoor pursuits, while those looking for cosmopolitan city escapes will love the shopping and dining. Travelling with kids? The whole family will be delighted by the wide range of interactive museums.
Things to do in Stavanger, Norway:
Gamle Stavanger is a historic neighbourhood within Stavanger, a city in the Norwegian province of Rogaland. Most of the houses in the region were constructed in the 18th and early 19th centuries and have been renovated, showcasing a flawless combination of contemporary and historic architecture. Stavanger's new city plan was developed following World War II.
Stavanger Maritime Museum
Whether you’re passionate about Maritime history, or you’re drawn into the rich culture of Stavanger, Stavanger Maritime Museum should be added to your list. Conveying over 200 years of history, trade and craftsmanship, the museum is located within beautifully preserved merchant buildings.
If you’re looking for a picture-perfect attraction, the Fargegaten is just the ticket. A colourful street in the centre of Stavanger, it’s filled with shops, cafes and more. Looking like something out of a fairytale, you’ll love wandering around Fargegaten, and taking in all that it has to offer.
Oslo - Overnight onboard
DAY 10-1109 Sep 2023
As Norway's capital city, there's no doubt that Oslo is a hub of stylish architecture, Scandinavian culture and quirky art scenes, as well as plenty of traditional Norwegian cuisine. The renowned Opera House and Holmenkollen Ski Museum are just two examples of the fascinating and eye-catching attractions you'll find in this cosmopolitan city, while outdoor adventurers will love exploring Vigeland Sculpture Park.
Things to do in Oslo - Overnight onboard:
Akershus Fortress is an amazing place to learn about Oslo's past. Under king Hkon V, construction on Akershus Castle and Fortress began in 1299. The 1300s saw the completion of the mediaeval fortress, which was strategically situated at the tip of the headland and resisted several sieges throughout the centuries.
The Vigeland Park
A bus ride away from the cruise port, Vigeland Park is an incredible sculpture park and museum that displays an array of exhibitions and pieces, including from the park’s namesake, Gustav Vigeland. A beautiful, tranquil park it spans an impressive 80 acres.
Oslo Opera House
Situated within easy reach of the cruise port, in the centre of Oslo, the Oslo Opera House is the permanent home of the Norwegian Ballet and National Opera. Unique in design, it’s located within the popular Bjorvika neighbourhood. You can even climb the opera house, which grants incredible views of the Oslofjord from the top.
DAY 1312 Sep 2023
Comprising unique architecture, scenic canals and a wide range of attractions within easy reach of the cruise port, Copenhagen is often hailed as the best city in the world in which to live. No matter your age or interests, and no matter the weather, there's something for everyone - take a bus tour to get your bearings, then explore royal palaces, museums and parks. Nyhavn is an iconic spot for photos, cafes and culture, and breathtaking 18th-century architecture.
Things to do in Copenhagen:
Little Mermaid Statue
The Little Mermaid sculpture, perhaps one of Copenhagen's most well-known tourist destinations, took inspiration from Hans Christian Andersen's well-known fairy tale. The Little Mermaid, a gift from Danish brewer Carl Jacobsen to the City of Copenhagen, was unveiled on August 23, 1913 and is located on Langelinie Pier.
Situated in the centre of Copenhagen, Tivoli Gardens is a theme park with rides, a beautiful lake, shops, cafes and more. The third-oldest operational amusement park in the world, it dates back to 1843. A magical attraction that’s worth a visit when you’re in Copenhagen, it has something for all ages.
National Museum of Denmark
Denmark's main cultural history museum, the National Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen, contains a variety of exhibits, from Danish artefacts to international exhibits. Located near Strget in Copenhagen's downtown, it's the perfect day out for those wanting to learn more about Denmark's captivating past.
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