With our collection of 2020 & 2021 Norway cruises there’s never better time to join us. Sail your way through the fabled fjords, with their dramatic mountainsides and waterfalls, or soak up the ultra-hip atmosphere in the bars and coffee shops of Oslo. Plus with convenient round trip cruises from Southampton, our Norway cruise deals are straightforward and hassle-free.
Get up close and personal to these natural wonders. The UNESCO-protected Geirangerfjord is characterised by its steep hillsides and thundering waterfalls. Explore it for yourself by taking a kayak trip, or driving along the Trollstigen mountain road, which zig zags its way up the hillside.
As well as breath-taking landscapes, Norway offers vibrant towns and cities to explore. In Oslo, discover a bit of Norway’s history by checking out the Viking Ship Museum to see three authentic Viking-era ships. The city is home to plenty of modern architecture, too, such as the Oslo Opera House, which features a roof designed to be walked on. End your day with a stroll in the fresh and vibrant Frogner Park (and don’t miss the sculpture park inside).
On Norway cruises, we’ll also visit Bergen, in the south west of the country. This is where you’ll find the postcard-perfect Bryggen: a row of brightly coloured houses along the harbour, protected by UNESCO. There are four fascinating art museums to check out here, too, which collectively come under the name KODE. All four sit by the idyllic Lille Lungegård Lake. There’s no better spot to sit with a good book on a warm, sunny day.