Embark on an unforgettable journey around spectacular fjords on a Norway cruise from the UK. Sail through breathtaking landscapes like towering cliffs, dramatic waterfalls, and Europe’s largest glacier. Stop in charming seaside towns with colorful architecture, fascinating history, and delicious cuisine.
Cruises from the UK depart from the port city of Southampton, which is conveniently located near London. You’ll sail aboard one of our award-winning cruise ships in complete luxury while exploring the best the region has to offer. Come see why Celebrity was voted best cruise line in Europe on one of our Norway cruises.
Start your journey off in Southampton, a thriving city located less than two hours from London. Spend a day seeing iconic British sights, like Tower Bridge, Big Ben, and Buckingham Palace. Stop by the town of Windsor and visit Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, and St. George’s Chapel, where members of the royal family have tied the knot. Or head off to Stonehenge and admire the mysterious ring of stone monuments that confounds visitors to this day.
The small coastal town of Bergen is known as the heart of the fjords. Pretty and picturesque, Bergen’s most popular attraction is Bryggen, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with colorful wooden buildings that line the waterfront. Take a photo in front of this lovely scene, then make your way to its famous fish market, where you’ll find fresh catches of the day, local produce and ingredients, and gifts and souvenirs.
Discover the unique, Art Nouveau-inspired architecture of Alesund, a city spread out over seven islets with colorful, waterfront buildings in a signature style known as Jugendstil. Take in the view of the town from the top of Aksla Mountain, or embark on a boat ride through Hjorundfjord, where you’ll sail past towering waterfalls and impressive mountains.
Go on an outdoor adventure in Stavanger, an exciting port destination located near many natural wonders. Explore Lysefjord and its pristine emerald waters and craggy cliffs. Hike up Pulpit Rock and enjoy the view of the stunning Norwegian fjord from 2,000 feet above the water. In town, learn all about Viking history while visiting the monument of the three swords, an impressive landmark that symbolizes peace, unity, and freedom.