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From breathtaking fjords to world-class museums and galleries, cruises from Amsterdam to Norway make for the perfect vacation in northern Europe. Sail through glassy fjords lined by jagged, snow-capped mountains. Visit Viking museums that tell the tales of some of the world’s most intrepid shipbuilders and explorers. Taste fresh salmon and delicious berries as you embrace “hygge”, the practice of comfort and coziness held dearly by Norwegian culture.
Kayak through the majestic scenery of Geiranger or hike through flower-filled meadows. Admire colorful and historic wooden houses on Bergen’s old wharf, Bryggen. Visit the famous burial site of the 10th-century king, Harald Fairhair, now marked as Norway’s National Monument. Enjoy the Scandinavian experience of a lifetime on a luxury cruise to Norway with Celebrity.
The small village of Geiranger is well known as one of western Norway’s most beautiful places, and the gateway to many of its famous fjords. Traverse the steep Trollstigen road as it weaves up the mountain away from town to reveal gorgeous panoramic views from the Flydalsjuvet lookout. Trek to the Seven Sisters Waterfall on the banks of the Geirangerfjord and feel the cascading white mist on your face. Take a break from the outdoors at the Norwegian Fjord Centre, and learn about the delicate ecological balance of the landscape and the cultural significance of these impressive waterways.
Haugesund is a charming little city on the coast of the North Sea located a short distance from the busy ports of Bergen and Stavanger. Browse through the quaint and colorful stores and cafes on Haraldsgata Street and enjoy a glass of traditional mead as you shop for eclectic “Jul” (Christmas) ornaments, artisan Norwegian chocolates, or bottles of tasty Aquavit to take home with you. Take a hike up to the Steinsfjellet viewpoint for 360-degree views of the area’s lush green hills and the winding fjords beyond.
In Bergen, you’ll find plenty of museums, cultural heritage sites, exquisite dining, and more as Norway’s second-largest city reveals its charm at every step. Stroll along the historic Hanseatic Wharf as you pass by the colorful wooden warehouses of Bryggen, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Ride the Fløibanen funicular from Bergen’s city center up to Mount Fløyen for great views, some easy hikes, and the chance to spot birds and mountain goats. Sample some of the world’s best salmon at the Bergen Fish Market, and sit in the sunshine watching the boats bobbing on the harbor.