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Hurtigruten Cruises Norway

Majestic fjords, native wildlife and natural phenomenon's, Hurtigruten Cruises in Norway explore the best of this stunning country. There are voyages in Norway available throughout the year with each season offering a different beauty for guests to witness on the cruises. In autumn and winter the nights become longer, the snow starts to fall and the Northern Lights begin to appear. In the spring and the summer the snow begins to melt, pretty flowers and green trees emerge and the Midnight Sun shines over the fjords. For over 115 years Hurtigruten have sailed the Norwegian coast and they visit some of the most picturesque and remote locations in Norway.

Take a look at our full range of Hurtigruten cruises to find your tour, or check out our Hurtigruten holiday ideas for a little guidance on what there is to choose from!

A Selection of Voyages

We have a selection of Hurtigruten Cruises in Norway  that are perfect for a short or a long holiday to explore some amazing areas. We also have some cruises that are geared towards particular interests such as the Northern Lights Astronomy Voyage. This voyage takes guests on a search for the Aurora Borealis in the most northerly parts of Norway and has lectures onboard about the science and myths behind the lights. We also have a Classic Round Voyage a Classic Voyage North and a Classic Voyage Southwhich sail along the traditional Norwegian Coastal Voyage route either from the north the south or both ways on the round voyage. These Hurtigruten cruises in Norway are one of the best ways to get up close to this magical country.

A Variety of Excursions Available

There are some fantastic excursions available that give guests on Hurtigruten Cruises in Norway a real taste of the country. There are some excursions that are available all year round such as visits to the North Cape, the northernmost point in Europe and sightseeing in Bergen. Depending on the time of year you travel, there is always a range of different excursions to choose from such as the snowmobile safari and visits to the Kirkenes Snow Hotel which are available from December to April. In the spring and summertime excursions such as the visits to the Nidaros Cathedral and Ringve Museum in Trondheim are available. There are many optional activities that guests can participate in when they arrive at the different ports of call, which vary in price from as little as £20 per person.

Taking a Hurtigruten Cruise

There are 14 ships in the Hurtigruten fleet and 11 of those operate on the Norwegian coastal voyage route. Most of the ships have been recently built meaning they have excellent, comfortable and modern facilities such as a sun deck, panoramic lounge, bar, café, fitness room, sauna, library, Jacuzzis and a restaurant serving fresh seasonal cuisine. The cabins on the ships range from luxury suites with two rooms, a double bed, seating area, mini-bar, stereo, television, internet access and a bathroom to small cabins with upper and lower berths and a wash basin. Look around our website to choose from our selection of Hurtigruten cruises in Norway.

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