There’s simply no better way to appreciate the wild, enchanting beauty of the Norwegian Fjords' landscape than by cruise ship. From the charming, colourful houses of remote coastal towns to the steep mountain lined fjords with snowy peaks and dense pine forests; there’s a lot to see and the best way to appreciate this beauty is from the waterways which wind their way through the land.
As well as scenic vistas, this region has an enthralling heritage of Nordic folklore and sparring vikings for you to uncover. From mythical beings like dwarves and trolls to Hollywood known names such as Thor and Loki, the age-old stories of Norwegian legend will draw you in and captivate you.
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Discover the beauty of the Danish capital city of Copenhagen with our fantastic cruise & stay packages. In this beautiful city, you can see the bronze statue of The Little Mermaid as well as Tivoli Gardens, and fun-filled theme park situated right in the middle of the city!
The capital of the Netherlands, Amsterdam is the country's largest city and is one of the most popular destinations in Europe. Cruise down its bustling canals and browse the colourful flower markets, there is something for every traveller's taste here.
Amsterdam is home to a selection of world-class museums, scenic canals, laid-back bars and fantastic restaurants so you'll never be stuck for something to do.
The city of Hamburg has the reputation as Germany's Gateway to the World. It's the countries biggest seaport. The harbour is the heart of the city, other attractions range from St. Pauli, to the fashionable shops of Jungfernsteig and the St. Michael's Church.
Sweden's capital city covers 14 separate islands in Lake Malaren and looks out to the Baltic Sea. The grand buildings, palaces and museums illustrate the cultural history of this beautiful city which stretches over seven centuries.