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Classic Round Voyage with Hurtigruten

Classic Round Voyage with Hurtigruten Photo: Eric Broudy Classic Round Voyage with Hurtigruten Photo: Lyngsfjord Adventure
Classic Round Voyage with Hurtigruten Photo: Eric Broudy
Classic Round Voyage with Hurtigruten Photo: Lyngsfjord Adventure
Enjoy Norway’s iconic coastline from the comfort of a Hurtigruten ship, the original coastal voyage since 1893.

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  • Fitness room
  • Sauna

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You can explore the coast of Norway with flights from Bristol, Birmingham, Bournemouth, London Gatwick, Stansted, Manchester, Leeds/Bradford, Glasgow and Edinburgh. These flights, enable you to experience this incredible, friendly country for even less and give you possibility to choose most popular itinerary, The Classic Round Voyage.

Sailing on various ships in the Hurtigruten fleet, these voyages depart the UNESCO-listed city of Bergen sailing north to Kirkenes and back. You will enjoy 12 relaxing days of majestic scenery, welcoming towns and friendly, like-minded travellers.

Facilities

Voyages from
£1,372 per person, incl. flights and meals

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  • Cruise Cruise
  • Fjord & Coastal Cruise Fjord & Coastal Cruise
  • Ferries & Boats Ferries & Boats
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Classic Round Voyage with Hurtigruten - Photo: Eric Broudy

Classic Round Voyage with Hurtigruten

You can explore the coast of Norway with flights from Bristol, Birmingham, Bournemouth, London Gatwick, Stansted, Manchester, Leeds/Bradford, Glasgow a...

Classic Round Voyage with Hurtigruten

Source: Visitnorway

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