Book a cruise to Norway and you'll find a majestic country that has a mix of some of the most beautiful landscapes you could find anywhere in the world with interesting cities home to great modern and historic sights. A cruise to Norway is often focused around the Fjords, with good reason, but there are some that are included as part of a longer cruise to other destinations too. Whatever you choose you'll see the best that Norway has to offer, as there is such a diverse range of attractions to be found throughout the country.
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The majority of cruises that head to Norway are themed Fjords cruises. The Norwegian Fjords are situated in the west of the country and are renowned for their stunning natural beauty, each one formed from glacial activity. These fantastic inlets offer breath-taking scenery along the entire Norwegian coastline. You'll be able to witness not just the carved steep cliffs but also the interesting flora and fauna that they are home to. It's an experience that will live long in the memory, an inspiring sight that proves to be an extremely relaxing cruise location.
On the theme of natural beauty, a cruise along the coast of Norway is one of the most likely areas that you'll be able to see the northern lights. This phenomenon is on many people's lists for things they have to see, and a cruise is often the best option as you can combine the amazing sight of the lights with a luxurious holiday, and if you aren't lucky enough to see the lights (as it's never guaranteed and involves some chance), you know that the trip hasn't been wasted and you can enjoy the features and sights of a normal cruise holiday.
Parts of Norway are in the Arctic Circle and as such are known as the Land of the Midnight Sun, as the sun never completely sets in some parts of the country from late May to late July. This is another natural phenomenon that many love to experience, and cruises that head into the Arctic Circle are available for this very purpose.
However not all attractions in Norway are purely natural. It is home to a number of popular cities that are well suited to a visit during a cruise holiday, not least Oslo, the largest city and also the capital. It has both historic and contemporary sights, from national museums to an exciting nightlife, as well as plenty of shops and restaurants. There's also Bergen, the gateway to the Fjords, the modern city of Tromso, Kristiansand in the South and Trondheim, known for its wooden buildings and green spaces. All of these cities are accessible as a port or part of a shore excursion along with many other sights of ancient and modern interest.
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