About Hurtigruten’s destinations
The capital of the Arctic is a lively and beautiful city packed with culture and history, and surrounded by mountains, fjords and islands.
Vibrant island communities, deep fjords, steep mountains, the incredible Atlantic Road, and charming Kristiansund – the region is full of contrasts.
Bergen is known for Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf, the Fish Market, and surrounding mountains and fjords, such as the Hardangerfjord and Sognefjord.
This area is known for glaciers, towering mountains and a beautiful coastline.
In the pleasant town of Harstad, you will discover a rich array of culture and nature-based experiences
The Molde area is known for the Trollstigen Mountain Road, Molde International Jazz Festival and the 222 mountain peaks of Molde Panorama.
Norway's capital of technology is a lively and historical university town, and home to the famous Nidaros Cathedral.
The tourist information center in Steinkjer will help you book accommodation and plan a tailor-made itinerary for your trip along Kystriksveien.
You will find four tourist information centers to help you plan your trip to the Helgeland Region.
Helgeland is a large and majestic region covering 18,000 square kilometres in the southern part of the county of Nordland.
Some of the country's richest fishing grounds are located in Vesterålen.
Ålesund has around 40,000 inhabitants. It is the largest town in Sunnmøre, a region known for fishing, maritime technology and furniture production.
The tourist information for Vesterålen, situated in Sortland, is open all year round. There are also local tourist offices in each municipality.
The tourist information office in Bodø is open all year round, and provides information on what to see and do in the region.
Lofoten consists of seven main islands with a total of 24,000 inhabitants.
Bodø is the capital of the county of Nordland and is undergoing rapid growth. The town has a population of 47,000.
The Tourist Information Office in Ålesund is situated at Skateflukaia in the city centre. Other offices are located in key areas throughout Sunnmøre.
There are several tourist information offices in Lofoten. Some of them are closed during winter.
Tromsø Tourist Information Office is located in the city center, within walking distance of buses, ferries, Hurtigruten and most city hotels.
Located 220 miles north of the Arctic Circle, Tromsø is the capital of the Arctic, surrounded by beautiful fjords and mountains.
Troms Reiseliv runs a year-round tourist information office for Troms County.
The region of Nordmøre, located in the northwestern corner of Fjord Norway, is full of contrasts. Charming Kristiansund is the main town in the area.
FjordKysten is the coastal area in the county of Sogn og Fjordane, stretching from Gulen, near the Sognefjord, in the south to Bremanger in the north.
Along the coast there are several tourist information offices which can provide you with the information you need for travelling in FjordKysten.
The tourist office in Molde is centrally located on the market place. Here you can get information on what to see and do in the whole region.
There are several tourist information offices in the Stryn and Nordfjord area. Find the one that is closest to you.
The Nordfjord region consists of the municipalities of Stryn, Hornindal, Gloppen, Eid, Vågsøy and Selje.
Visit one of the tourist information offices for updated information on accommodation, public transport, hiking and activities.
Harstad is a charming town with 23,000 inhabitants. It is an important meeting place for the region's population.
Archipelagos, fjords and mountains create the frame for the county of Troms with added colour from the midnight sun and northern lights.
Around 70,000 people live in the area. The main centres are Molde, the city of jazz and roses, and Åndalsnes, the mountain capital of Norway.
Bergen is Norway’s second largest city with 240.000 inhabitants. The city was founded more than 900 years ago.
The tourist information is located in the centre of Harstad, just opposite the express boat quay.
Trondheim is the third largest city in Norway, with 176,000 inhabitants. It is a lively university city and Norway's capital of technology.
The tourist information office in central Trondheim is easy to find in the main shopping street, Nordre gate. Here you will also find a souvenir shop.
The area's unique natural surroundings were created during the last ice age, when glaciers carved out deep fjords and shaped the high mountains.
The tourist information offices around the region will help you make the most of your trip to Kristiansund and Nordmøre.