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A Taste of the Arctic with Hurtigruten

A Taste of the Arctic with Hurtigruten Photo: Gareth Watkins A Taste of the Arctic with Hurtigruten Photo: Risoeyrenna Risoeyhavn A Taste of the Arctic with Hurtigruten Photo: JOHN VAN MARCKE
A Taste of the Arctic with Hurtigruten Photo: Gareth Watkins
A Taste of the Arctic with Hurtigruten Photo: Risoeyrenna Risoeyhavn
A Taste of the Arctic with Hurtigruten Photo: JOHN VAN MARCKE

Facility overview

  • Fitness room
  • Sauna

Contact information

Description

A journey from Bergen to Tromsø (6 days) or from Tromsø to Bergen (5 days) gives you a real taste of the Arctic. There are selected departures from November 2013 - March 2014.

Depending on which direction you choose to sail, you will experience many of the highlights of a Classic Round Voyage including sailing through the beautiful Vesterålen and Lofoten Islands, the Seven Sisters mountains and visits to fascinating towns such as Bergen, Tromsø, Ålesund and Trondheim.

Price includes:
• Voyage from Bergen to Tromsø in an unspecified cabin on a half board basis
• One night at a centrally located hotel in Tromsø including breakfast

Not included:
• Travel Insurance
• Optional excursions
• Luggage handling
• Flights and Transfers

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • sauna
    • fitness room
    • lounge
  • Hire

    • cabins
  • Treatment Offers

    • jacuzzi
Voyages from
£1,052 per person

Categories

  • Cruise Cruise
  • Ferries & Boats Ferries & Boats
  • Fjord & Coastal Cruise Fjord & Coastal Cruise
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A Taste of the Arctic with Hurtigruten - Photo: Gareth Watkins

A Taste of the Arctic with Hurtigruten

A journey from Bergen to Tromsø (6 days) or from Tromsø to Bergen (5 days) gives you a real taste of the Arctic. There are selected departures from...

A Taste of the Arctic with Hurtigruten

Source: Visitnorway

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