Known as the ‘Gateway to the Fjords’, Bergen is Norway’s second largest city, yet has a small town feel.
This small village is the gateway to Norway’s largest national park.
Surrounded by towering mountains the tiny village of Flåm is nestled at the head of Aurlandsfjord.
Nicknamed the king of fjords the Sognefjord is the largest and deepest fjord in Norway.
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Columbus sailing from Tilburyfrom £759 per person 7 2 Including optional travel insurance or a price reduction of £20 if not required
- New holiday
- VIP door to door
- Full board
Discover magnificent Norwegian scenery
Norway’s fjords are stunning in their majesty - tranquil blue waters lapping at lush green slopes, rising to towering mountain peaks. On this week-long cruise you’ll call first at Rotterdam before visiting the charming villages of Eidfjord and Flam, and cruising through two of the region’s most scenic fjords.
Saga price includes...
- Optional travel insurance underwritten by Great Lakes Insurance SE, UK
- All port taxes, fees and charges
- Tourist visas if required
And on your cruise…
- Full board
- Afternoon tea
- Captain's welcome and farewell cocktail party
- Activities, entertainment and leisure facilities
- Porterage of luggage
29/05/2021 Tilbury, England
After taking Saga's included UK door-to-door travel service to Tilbury, embark Columbus.
30/05/2021 Rotterdam, Netherlands
Arrive 0700. Depart 1400.
Rotterdam is the second largest city in the Netherlands, the largest port in the world, and was completely rebuilt after the Second World War, so you’ll find a wonderful mix of modern, post-modern and contemporary architecture here.
31/05/2021 At Sea
Spend the day at sea.
01/06/2021 Flåm, Norway
Arrive 0830. Depart 1700.
Visit the secluded village of Flåm at the head of Aurlandsfjord, the innermost arm of the mighty Sognefjord. It has been a popular tourist destination since the 19th century when steamships carrying English and German passengers arrived to take advantage of the Flåm River’s outstanding salmon fishing. Today’s visitors are drawn to Flåm for a chance to ride on one of the world’s steepest and most spectacular railways, Flåm Railway, which navigates the winding Flåm Valley.
01/06/2021 Cruising Sognefjord
Cruise along Sognefjord; nicknamed the ‘King of Fjords’ it is the deepest and longest fjord in Norway.
02/06/2021 Eidfjord, Norway
Arrive 1000. Depart 1700.
The picturesque village of Eidfjord set within the breath-taking Hardangerfjord, is a gateway to some of the region's most spectacular natural features. Located beneath a back-drop of soaring, snow-peaked mountains, engraved with rivers and waterfalls, Eidfjord is a photographers dream. Two quaint churches, one dated back to 1309, are both worth exploring, while the cute Troll Train offers a 50-minute guided tour of this stunning region.
02/06/2021 Cruising Hardangerfjord
This beautiful fjord extends for 179 kilometres from the North Sea as it travels inland, dividing into a series of smaller fjords. It is bordered by what is regarded as some of the country’s most beautiful landscape which includes the Folgefonna glacier – now a National Park. Sail past stately mountains sometimes tinged with snow, slopes covered in green forest and orchards, sparkling waters and even the occasional islet. Keep your camera to hand as you sail this famous waterway, often referred to as the ‘Queen’ of fjords.
03/06/2021 Bergen, Norway
Arrive 1000. Depart 1630.
Bergen’s rich maritime heritage will be evident as soon as you arrive. Pay a visit to the UNESCO-listed Bryggen waterfront, with its traditional Hanseatic storehouses, or catch the cable car to the summit of Mount Ulriken for fantastic views over the city and beyond.
04/06/2021 At Sea
Spend the day at sea.
05/06/2021 Tilbury, England
Disembark after breakfast for your included UK door-to-door travel service home.
All excursions mentioned are optional, at an additional cost, and are subject to availability and change. Some of the highlights detailed may only be seen on optional excursions or by exploring independently.