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Honningsvag Port of Alta
Port of Kirkenes
Longyearbyen Brønnøysund Trondheim Kristiansund Molde Ålesund Geiranger Olden Sognefjord Port of Bergen Hardangerfjord Area Port of Oslo Port of Stavanger Port of Kristiansand

Cruising to Norway

With more than 100.000 kilometer coastline comprised of some of the world’s most awe-inspiring natural scenery, cruising is undoubtedly the most spectacular way to experience Norway. With its outstanding breadth of geography and culture, Norway can – and often does – fill an entire cruise itinerary without fear of any redundancy.

Where else in the world do you find entire fjords declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as the fantastic Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord? Experience towering mountain-scapes, breathtaking waterfalls, wonderfully scenic inlets and fjords, colorful villages, unique local heritage and culture, exhilarating outdoor activites, midnight sun and northern lights – all from the comfort of your cruise ship.

Norway has more popular cruise destinations than any of its Nordic neighbors, not just larger cities, but small fishing villages that impress with their breathtaking scenery or access to unique cultural and natural sights. Virtually any corner of this amazing country is accessible by sea. Featured here are only some of the most popular of Norway’s 40+ cruise ports, but there are many more ports offering possibilities for cruise ship calls and opening up gateways into many corners of the country – inquire about possibilities.