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Hurtigruten Norway

Explore the enchanting wilderness of Norway with a cruise by Hurtigruten. Norway is a beautiful country that contrasts the modern cities of Tromsø and Bergen with the untouched beauty of the majestic fjords and glaciers. Travelling with Hurtigruten to Norway gives guests the opportunity to visit places where indigenous people reside and a traditional arctic lifestyle is still lived. Norway is home to two natural phenomenons, the midnight sun and the Northern Lights, which attract many guests to the rugged coast of Norway. Hurtigruten have been running ships along the Norwegian coast for over 100 years and with a recently built fleet of ships boasting panoramic lounges, observation decks and spa facilities, there has never been a better time to take a cruise by Hurtigruten in Norway to explore the picturesque and rocky Norwegian coast.

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!

Why choose Norway?

Hurtigruten run cruises in Spitsbergen and Greenland as well as Norway with all three countries offering some amazing experiences. As the birthplace of the Hurtigruten cruise, Norway has some fantastic sights for you to visit such as the charming town of Ålesund that is renowned for its decorative art nouveau style architecture. There are many other areas of interest in Norway including the beauty of the untouched coastline and the stunning fjords. There are many attractive towns and villages in Norway that the cruise ship stops at, where guests are free to explore the area by taking an excursion such as dog sledging, visiting many of Norway’s fascinating museums and taking a look at some of the country’s amazing wildlife. Taking a cruise by Hurtigruten in Norway gives guests ample opportunity to explore this remarkable and historic country.

Taking a Hurtigruten Cruise

There are many different Hurtigruten Norway cruises that you can choose from. Some of these include the Classic Round Voyage which calls at 34 ports and sails north towards Kirkenes where it turns around to sail south back to Bergen. We have some other shorter Norwegian cruises that sail either from Bergen to Kirkenes or Kirkenes to Bergen and are named the Classic Voyage North and the Classic Voyage South respectively. These two tours are shorter that the Classic Round Voyage and are perfect for those of you who may not have time to complete the round trip without missing out on the stunning sights Norway has to offer. These cruises are run throughout the year so if you want to avoid the arctic weather and experience the Midnight Sun or you would rather have an arctic adventure with a chance of seeing the Northern Lights, there is opportunity for both. There has never been a better time to experience Norway than on the comfortable cruise ships owned by Hurtigruten in Norway.

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