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Hurtigruten 12 Day Cruise on MS Trollfjord, Hurtigruten from £1,399 pp incl. flights  

Departure 17 February 2020 | Discover the Northern Lights

Destinations

  • Bergen
  • Alesund
  • Geirangerfjord
  • Trondheim
  • Lofoten Islands
  • Tromso
  • Honningsvag
  • North Cape
  • Kirkenes
  • Hammerfest
  • Tromso
  • Vesteralen Islands - Tromso
  • Trondheim
  • Kristiansund
  • Bergen

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Discover the Northern Lights

from £1,399 pp incl. flights
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Northern Lights Promise

The beautiful Aurora Borealis is Mother Nature’s ultimate light show. We know that no trip to the Arctic Circle is quite complete without experiencing this highlight at least once on your journey. It is such a dazzling display of colours and shapes that if there is a no-show on your journey, we will give you another 6 or 7-day Classic Voyage FREE OF CHARGE*, so your Hurtigruten experience will be one with zero regrets.

Experience Norway's changing landscape on the Classic Round Voyage. We are pleased to continue this series of direct, exclusive charter flights from a choice of regional airports to Bergen throughout winter (October 2019 - April 2020).

  • Voyage includes chartered flights from 9 regional airports in the UK
  • Cross the Arctic Circle and see the Northern Lights with Hurtigruten's Northern Lights Promise*
  • Staff on board will be scouring the night skies and announce any sights of the Lights
  • Sail with an on-board Expedition Team, and enjoy a wide selection of exciting and interesting winter excursions

Northern Lights Promise

We're so confident that the Northern Lights will make an appearance during your 12 day Hurtigruten voyage in Norway, that if they don't, we'll give you another 6 or 7-day Classic Voyage with half board FREE OF CHARGE*

*Applies on travel between 1 October - 31 March. T&C's apply.

Departure Dates.

Departure dates from regional airports in the UK in 2019 & 2020

  • London Gatwick (LGW): ,24 January 2020, 09 February 2020, 17 February 2020, 28 February 2020, 02 March 2020 and 21 March 2020.
  • Manchester (MAN): 18 January 2020, 20 February 2020, 10 March 2020 and 19 March 2020.
  • Bristol (BRS):  26 January 2020 and 15 February 2020.
  • Bournemouth (BOH): 08 November 2019, 29 January 2020 and 08 March 2020.
  • Glasgow (GLA): 04 February 2020
  • Birmingham (BHX): 30 November 2019, 26 February 2020 and 01 April 2020.
  • Newcastle (NCL): 30 March 2020
  • Cardiff (CWL): 24 March 2020
  • Leeds Bradford (LBA): 13 March 2020
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Day by day itinerary

Day 1 — Bergen
Colourful Houses, Bergen, Norway

Colourful Houses, Bergen, Norway

Bergen is surrounded by seven mountains, and one of the most popular attractions of the world: the fjords. The city offers the ideal combination of nature, culture, history and exhilarating city life. What has made Bergen famous is its unique charm, which is something you have to experience for yourself. Enjoy strolling around the old streets and alleyways where people have lived for centuries. Walking through UNESCO-listed Bryggen’s narrow alleyways, made even darker and more mysterious by overhanging balconies, feels like stepping back in time. Bryggen is not a museum but part of the cultural heritage that is still in use - a living historical area of the city. The Fløibanen Funicular is a very popular attraction, running from the city centre to the top of Mount Fløyen in about 7 minutes. From the viewing platform you can admire spectacular views of the city, mountains and fjords. In addition to the wide range of hikes, you'll find a restaurant, café, souvenir shop and playground.

Day 2 — Alesund
Norway, Alesund

Norway, Alesund

Ålesund is mostly known for its unique Art Nouveau architecture, which was in fact the result of a disaster. In 1904, the larger part of Ålesund was destroyed in a devastating fire. In an act of excellent foresight, it was decided to rebuild the town entirely in Art Nouveau, the fashionable style of the time. Most of this beauty has been preserved. If you look up as you explore the town, you will be enchanted by the rounded towers, sinuous lines and foliate forms typical of Art Nouveau.

Day 2 — Geirangerfjord

The Geirangerfjord is a fjord in the Sunnmøre region of Møre and Romsdal County in western-Norway. It is often referred to as the "jewel in the crown" of the Norwegian fjords, surrounded by a fairytale landscape with majestic, snow-covered mountaintops, wild and beautiful waterfalls, lush green vegetation and the deep, blue fjord itself.

Day 3 — Trondheim

This attractive city was Norways first capital, between 997 and 1380, it was here that the new Kings of old Norway recieved their ceremonial blessing. Rebuilt in the 17th century, this cosmopolitan city boasts wide streets lined with brightly coloured houses and gabled warehouses.

Day 4 — Crossing the Arctic Circle
Day 4 — Lofoten Islands
Day 5 — Tromso
Aerial View, Tromso, Norway

Aerial View, Tromso, Norway

Tromsø’s numerous attractions include wildlife and impressive vistas, as well as history, culture and daring architecture. Often described as the Paris of the north, Tromsø offers a lively nightlife, friendly locals and a range of restaurants specializing in the fresh produce of the region. The city centre offers great shopping - from locally made specialties to Nordic and international brands.

Day 6 — Honningsvag
Harbour at Honningsvåg, Norway

Harbour at Honningsvåg, Norway

Honningsvag is the largest fishing village in Finmark and was completely rebuilt after the last war. It is the nearest port of call to the North Cape and from here it is possible to take an excursion to Nordkapp at 71 degrees North.

Day 6 — North Cape
Day 7 — Kirkenes
Kirkenes, Northern Norway

Kirkenes, Northern Norway

Kirkenes is located in the extreme northeastern part of Norway on the Bøkfjord, a branch of the Varangerfjord, near the Russian border. We're about 400 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle and actually as far east as St. Petersburg. Most of the approximately 7,000 inhabitants are of Norwegian background, while a minority is Sami. Others originate from Finland and some 500 immigrants have recently arrived from Russia.

Day 8 — Hammerfest
Hammerfest City, Finnmark, Norway

Hammerfest City, Finnmark, Norway

Since it was founded, Hammerfest has defended its position as the world’s northernmost town. It lies roughly at the same latitude as the northernmost parts of Siberia and Alaska. In spite of the extreme northern location there is no permafrost here. Still, Hammerfest often experiences heavy snowfall in winter. The people living here enjoy 24 hours of daylight in summer - and during some parts of the winter the sun does not rise above the horizon.

Day 8 — Tromso
Tromso, Norway

Tromso, Norway

Tromsø’s numerous attractions include wildlife and impressive vistas, as well as history, culture and daring architecture. Often described as the Paris of the north, Tromsø offers a lively nightlife, friendly locals and a range of restaurants specializing in the fresh produce of the region. The city centre offers great shopping - from locally made specialties to Nordic and international brands.

Day 9 — Vesteralen Islands - Tromso

A relaxing morning at sea precedes our arrival in Tromso – the capital of the Arctic – where the Midnight Sun is visible from the end of May until the last week in July. The simple interior of the Arctic Cathedral gives prominence to a triangular stained-glass window filling an entire wall. The Polar Museum and the Polaria centre explore Arctic life over the centuries and are complemented by modern shops and cafes just minutes from our Cabins

Day 10 — Crossing the Arctic Circle
Day 11 — Trondheim

This attractive city was Norways first capital, between 997 and 1380, it was here that the new Kings of old Norway recieved their ceremonial blessing. Rebuilt in the 17th century, this cosmopolitan city boasts wide streets lined with brightly coloured houses and gabled warehouses.

Day 11 — Kristiansund
Kristiansund

Kristiansund

Day 12 — Bergen
Bergen, Norway

Bergen, Norway

Bergen is surrounded by seven mountains, and one of the most popular attractions of the world: the fjords. The city offers the ideal combination of nature, culture, history and exhilarating city life. What has made Bergen famous is its unique charm, which is something you have to experience for yourself. Enjoy strolling around the old streets and alleyways where people have lived for centuries. Walking through UNESCO-listed Bryggen’s narrow alleyways, made even darker and more mysterious by overhanging balconies, feels like stepping back in time. Bryggen is not a museum but part of the cultural heritage that is still in use - a living historical area of the city. The Fløibanen Funicular is a very popular attraction, running from the city centre to the top of Mount Fløyen in about 7 minutes. From the viewing platform you can admire spectacular views of the city, mountains and fjords. In addition to the wide range of hikes, you'll find a restaurant, café, souvenir shop and playground.

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