For the first time in maritime history, an all-female bridge and onboard leadership tea...
Joining our award-winning fleet, get a peak into how our incredible new ship was brough...
Copenhagen is a city alive with royal history, modern architecture and a thriving, uniq...
When it comes to awe-inspiring settings, Flåm takes some beating. This Norwegian village perches at the head of Aurlandsfjorden and beside Sognefjord in the southwest of Norway. It’s perhaps best-known for the Flåm Railway route that creeps high up a mountain and offers stunning panoramic views from the top of the surrounding waterfalls and valleys. Don’t miss the Stegastein viewing platform, which hang 30m off the side of a cliff face, 650m above the fjord. With glass barriers, you’ll feel a little like you’re floating over the water on one of our Norwegian cruises to Flåm. Back on ground level, discover Flåm Church, which enjoys a secluded valley location south of the harbour. This wooden structure dates back to the 17th century and has a distinctive, traditional Norwegian architectural style. You can also learn more about the Flåm Railway at the dedicated museum. Discover the extreme challenges that faced the original builders back in 1924.
Sign up to our emails and get a head start with the latest deals, holiday inspiration, and cruises.
Be the first to know about:
(All fields are required)
Search for key words from all pages on the website.
e.g. offers, barcelona, dress code, celebrity equinox