Norway and Scandinavia Cruises 2019 - 2020

Explore stunning glaciers and towering fjords on a cruise to Norway and Scandinavia!

Norway and Scandinavia

Discover some of the world’s most spectacular natural landscapes on board a cruise to northern Europe. Marvel at Norway’s majestic fjords, indulge in the warmth of Iceland’s thermal springs or gaze upon the rugged Arctic landscape of northern Sweden. Learn the secret to "hygge," the Scandinavian concept of coziness that's sweeping the world. Experience the curious midnight sun, or witness the incredible phenomenon of the Northern Lights. A cruise to Scandinavia is for the adventurous traveler looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

The high season for a cruise to Scandinavia runs from May to September, where the summer sun makes for smooth sailings and mild weather. Summer is also high season for wildlife viewing. Expect to get up close and personal with reindeer, elk and Arctic foxes during shore excursions, and watch the whales come astonishingly close to the ship. If you're lucky, you may even see a polar bear hunting among the glaciers.

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Our Recommendations
  Norwegian Fjords Cruises
Sensational Trondheim Sail with Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Sensational Trondheim Sail with Regent Seven Seas Cruises
20 Nights with the Seven Seas Navigator
 July 2020
p.p.from $15,199
9-Night Cruise from Copenhagen to Edinburgh
9-Night Cruise from Copenhagen to Edinburgh
9 Nights with the Azora
 August 2020
p.p.from $8,135
Memorable Copenhagen Discovery with Sky Princess
Memorable Copenhagen Discovery with Sky Princess
15 Nights with the Sky Princess
 April 2020
p.p.from $2,419
Magnificent Flam with Holland America Line
Magnificent Flam with Holland America Line
14 Nights with the Veendam
 June 2020
p.p.from $3,169
Mesmerizing Invergordon 15-Day Adventure
Mesmerizing Invergordon 15-Day Adventure
14 Nights with the Norwegian Jade
 May 2020
p.p.from $1,940
  Baltic Sea Cruises
Picturesque Riga with Seven Seas Explorer
Picturesque Riga with Seven Seas Explorer
10 Nights with the Seven Seas Explorer
 June 2020
p.p.from $12,299
Sensational Trondheim Sail with Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Sensational Trondheim Sail with Regent Seven Seas Cruises
20 Nights with the Seven Seas Navigator
 July 2020
p.p.from $15,199
Wonderful Amsterdam from Stockholm with Seven Seas Explorer
Wonderful Amsterdam from Stockholm with Seven Seas Explorer
12 Nights with the Seven Seas Explorer
 August 2020
p.p.from $12,999
Magnificent Rosyth 29-Day Discovery
Magnificent Rosyth 29-Day Discovery
28 Nights with the Seven Seas Navigator
 June 2020
p.p.from $23,199
9-Night Cruise from Copenhagen to Edinburgh
9-Night Cruise from Copenhagen to Edinburgh
9 Nights with the Azora
 August 2020
p.p.from $8,135
  Dreamlines Favorites
Picturesque Riga with Seven Seas Explorer
Picturesque Riga with Seven Seas Explorer
10 Nights with the Seven Seas Explorer
 June 2020
p.p.from $12,299
Memorable Monte Carlo from Southampton with Seven Seas Splendor
Memorable Monte Carlo from Southampton with Seven Seas Splendor
15 Nights with the Seven Seas Splendor
 August 2020
p.p.from $14,999
Sensational Trondheim Sail with Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Sensational Trondheim Sail with Regent Seven Seas Cruises
20 Nights with the Seven Seas Navigator
 July 2020
p.p.from $15,199
Wonderful Amsterdam from Stockholm with Seven Seas Explorer
Wonderful Amsterdam from Stockholm with Seven Seas Explorer
12 Nights with the Seven Seas Explorer
 August 2020
p.p.from $12,999
Magnificent Rosyth 29-Day Discovery
Magnificent Rosyth 29-Day Discovery
28 Nights with the Seven Seas Navigator
 June 2020
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Top Norway and Scandinavia Ports
Southampton (London), England, United Kingdomfrom
$251

Southampton is situated on the south coast of England and is a popular cruise destination due to its proximity to London. It is also a popular departure port for transatlantic cruises. Southampton has a beautiful modern marina by the cruise terminal, featuring designer boutiques, fine dining restaurants, bars. The port city also has a great variety of attractions and museums to explore.

Highlights of Southampton
  • Discover an original collection of James Bond vehicles at the fantastic Beaulieu, the world’s largest automobile museum
  • Visit the SeaCity Museum to experience its unique interactive Titanic exhibit
  • Take in some local history with a tour around Southampton’s 14th century medieval city walls, reportedly the longest stretch of all in all of England
Copenhagen, Denmarkfrom
$251

Copenhagen is situated on Denmark’s southern coast, straddling the Baltic Sea. The bustling Nordic metropolis has been named the happiest city in the world, luring visitors year-round with its intriguing history, charming Scandinavian culture, colorful architecture and quirky arts and design scene. The city is renowned for its magical Tivoli Gardens, a fairytale-like amusement park and national treasure, which has been captivating creatives like Walt Disney since 1843.

Highlights of Copenhagen
  • Follow in the footsteps of Hans Christian Andersen and explore the colorful Nyhavn canal
  • Explore Christiania, a fascinating anti-capitalist self-governing commune filled with DIY homes, collective businesses, flea markets, beer gardens and music venues
  • Stroll down Stroget, Copenhagen’s 7-mile long shopping street, and marvel at the Danish flair for creativity and design
Bergen, Norwayfrom
$699

Bergen, also known as the ‘City of the Seven Mountains’, is situated on Norway’s southwestern coast. Nestled between the Hardangerfjord and Sognefjord, the ancient Viking city is the gateway to Norway’s majestic fjord region. Once the epicenter of the Hanseatic Empire, Bergen lures visitors with its historic fishing culture, charming old wharf, colorful Hanseatic architecture, world-class hiking trails and buzzing nightlife.

Highlights of Bergen
  • Wander the 18th century preserved wooden houses in Bryggen, Bergen’s oldest, most charming quarter
  • Savor fresh seafood at Bergen’s picturesque fish market, which has been the heart of the city since the 1200s
  • Climb to the top of Mount Fløyen on the Fløibanen funicular and experience mind-blowing panoramic views of the city
St. Petersburg, Russiafrom
$689

St Petersburg, nicknamed locally as ‘Venice of the North’, is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world. There are hundreds of canals and bridges interlacing St. Petersburg, making the sprawling metropolis an excellent opportunity to explore by boat. A walk through historic St. Petersburg feels akin to being in an open-air museum filled with centuries old landmarks, lavish gardens, and imperial palaces, which earned the city a place as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Highlights of St. Petersburg
  • Visit the Church of Spilled Blood, famous for its onion-shaped domes and colorful gaudy-style mosaic decorations
  • Experience the magic of the white nights, a 22-night period in summer where the midnight sun brings the city to life at night
  • Wander through the world’s biggest treasure of art at the 18th century Hermitage Museum
Tallinn, Estoniafrom
$689

Tallinn is situated on the northern coast Estonian coast facing the Baltic Sea. Tallinn’s old town lures tourists with its remarkably well-preserved Medieval architecture, where narrow streets and secret passages often lead to charming squares. Tallinn is also renowned for its gastronomy scene innovative local chefs, which blessed with exquisite local produce apply old traditions with new techniques to create delicious nouveau cuisine.

Highlights of Tallinn
  • Take a tour inside the 17th and 18th centuries Bastion passages, which were built to support the Estonian army throughout history
  • Stroll through the streets of Tallinn’s old town and visit the only surviving Gothic town hall in East Europe
  • Admire classic Estonian art at the award-winning Kumu Art Museum
Stockholm, Swedenfrom
$900

Stretched across 14 islands and dozens of bridges, Stockholm is the capital and the commercial, cultural, and touristic hub of Sweden. Stockholm offers three UNESCO World Heritage sites: The Drottningholm Palace, Skogskyrkogården (The Woodland Cemetery) and Sweden’s first city of Birka. The Royal National City Park is the world’s first national city park, housing hundreds of wildlife species, historic museums, and even an amusement park.

Highlights of Stockholm
  • Indulge in fine dining with a twist of culture with the “Nobel Banquet” at the Nobel Prize Museum, the official dinner served after Nobel Prize ceremonies
  • Capture Sweden’s architectural history at Skansen, the world’s oldest open-air museum
  • Stroll through elegant Östermalm, marveling at the district’s regal Renaissance architecture and exclusive boutiques featuring the finest in Scandinavian design
Dublin, Irelandfrom
$199

Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland and is situated on the country’s east coast. With its Georgian architecture, cobbled streets and medieval castles, Dublin is one of Europe’s most handsome cities. Famous for it’s breweries, cruise visitors flock to Dublin to enjoy a pint of Guinness or Kilkenny at one of the city’s many lively music pubs. Whilste teeming with culture, history and charm, Dublin also boasts a fascinating tech industry, with many giants such as Google, Microsoft and Facebook calling the city home.

Highlights of Dublin
  • Indulge in a moorish Irish strew or hearty Shepherd’s Pie at one of Dublin’s traditional gastro pubs
  • Marvel the mind-blowingly beautiful library at Trinity College, Ireland’s most prestigeous university
  • Take an interactive tour of the fascinating 18th century Guinness Storehouse to learn about Ireland’s iconic brew
Helsinki, Finlandfrom
$689

Located on the southern tip of Finland lies Helsinki, the country’s largest and capital city. The Archipelago of Helsinki spans over 315 distinct islands, which provide an easy escape from the hustle and bustle of the city into its surrounding natural wonderland. Cultural, stylish, and full of life Helsinki is Helsinki still compact enough to explore on foot or by bike like the locals do.

Highlights of Helsinki
  • Stroll along the cobblestone streets of the historic town of Porvoo, the second oldest city in Finland
  • Sample local delicacies and wander through the souvenir stalls at the famous Market Square of Kauppatori, considered one of the best open markets in northern Europe
  • Experience the jaw-dropping acoustic sounds from the circular copper dome of the Temppeliaukio Church, a modern architectural masterpiece
Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdomfrom
$199

Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland and is fast becoming a European cultural capital. The city is well-known for its connections to the Titanic and the impressive Titanic Belfast experience opened in 2012. The city offers a fantastic variety of shops, with multiple shopping centres such as the Victoria Square Shopping Centre. Belfast City Hall, open since 1906 stands at the centre of the city and on sunny days the surrounding grounds become a popular picnic spot.

Highlights of Belfast
  • Experience Titanic Belfast
  • Stroll through the beautiful Botanic Gardens
  • Experience a historic building while savouring a beer in the 'Crown Liquor Saloon'
Reykjavik, Icelandfrom
$991

Reykjavik is the capital and largest city of Iceland. Considered as one of the cleanest, greenest and safest cities in the world, Iceland welcomes visitors with a unique beauty characterized by its proximity to the arctic circle. Reykjavik’s Vatnajökull National Park offers visitor a formidable experience with its stunning glaciers and natural ice caves.

Highlights of Reykjavik
  • Feel the adrenaline as you tour the inside of dormant Thrihnukagigur Volcano’s magma chamber, the only volcano on Earth in which this is possible
  • Embark on the whale watching tour of a lifetime during the summer months’ incredible midnight sun
  • Relax and unwind at one of Iceland’s many hot springs and geothermal spas
Warnemünde, Germanyfrom
On Request

The quaint port town of Warnemünde, a popular gateway to Berlin, is situated on Germany’s Baltic Sea coast. A tumultuous past has shaped the German capital into a vivacious multicultural metropolis and one of the most captivating cruise destinations in the world. Solemn landmarks, iconic sights and beautiful architectural heritage mingle fabulously with edgy alternative districts, gritty street art and progressive vibes. Berlin is a city that never sleeps, with a kaleidoscope of techno temples, leafy beer gardens, smoky bars and riverside clubs blessing Berlin as the party capital of the world.

Highlights of Berlin
  • Walk the length of the notorious Berlin Wall
  • Marvel at the mammoth Neoclassical Brandenburg Gate, which throughout history has been the backdrop of significant historical events
  • Check-in at Checkpoint Charlie, the best-known crossing point between East and West Berlin when the city was divided
Rotterdam, Netherlandsfrom
$339

Rotterdam, situated on the banks of the Nieuwe Maas river in northern Netherlands, is the busiest port in Europe. The bustling maritime metropolis is an exhilarating blend of old and new, with stunning futuristic architecture mingling effortlessly with the city’s charming 17th century old town. The city is renowned for its multiculturalism, featuring a diverse, multi-ethnic community.

Highlights of Rotterdam
  • Marvel at one of the world’s finest collections of Dutch and European art at the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen
  • Explore the intriguing Uit Je Eigen Stad (which translates to From Your Own City), an urban farm straddling the outskirts of Rotterdam
  • Visit Toko 51 and discover intriguing modern art, vintage fashion and enjoy live music events
Stavanger, Norwayfrom
$699

The charming coastal town of Stavanger is situated on Norway’s southwestern coast and is best known as the gateway to the magnificent Lysefjorden and Pulpit Rock. A popular summer destination in northern Europe, Stavanger offers a unique combination of adrenaline-packed outdoor attractions, centuries-old architectural heritage, and delectable culinary experiences.

Highlights of Stavanger
  • Climb the Prekestol, a colossal cliff that rises 1,982-ft above the Flysefjorden, and enjoy nail-biting panoramic views
  • Immerse yourself in the local life and explore Stavanger’s old town, discovering 18th century old wooden buildings, art galleries, and local eateries
  • Step back in time to the Viking era and marvel at 11,000 years of human history at the Stavanger Museum of Archaeology
Ålesund, Norwayfrom
$746

Alesund is a Norwegian port town located in the North-West, which owes much of its architectural prowess to the fact that it had to be rebuilt anew in 1904 in Art Nouveau style after a big fire outbreak. The mountain of Aksla is where the best views in town can be enjoyed from. The mountain has 418 steps which lead to the town park. Ålesund is a good base for trips to the surrounding fjords such as the Geirangerfjord

Highlights of Alesund
  • Explore the Jugendstil Senteret a unique architectural heritage museum
  • Visit this amazing Aquarium Atlanterhavsparken
  • See the city from the amazing Kniven Viewpoint
Cobh (Cork), Irelandfrom
$912

Cobh, situated in southern Ireland, is a picturesque place full of charm. The charismatic city straddles one of the largest natural harbors in the world and is renowned for its cheerful locals, quaint old town and beautiful cathedral. There is a wealth of leisure to enjoy in the nearby city of Cork, from boutique shopping, exquisite dining and a lively nightlife.

Highlights of Cork
  • Visit a typical Irish gastropub and enjoy local cuisine over a pint of Guinness
  • Discover Cork’s intriguing maritime history at the Titanic Museum
  • Wander the haunting Cork City Gaol, a former prison which was built in the 19th century
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