The Ultimate Hurtigruten Cruise is a 12 day journey, but there are also shorter options available.
This is the ultimate voyage with Hurtigruten, covering over 2500 nautical miles. The ship visits the 34 ports twice, so if you miss anything going north you have a second chance on the voyage south.
From the iconic, sheltered waters of Bergen, you sail towards the border town of Kirkenes. En route you will experience the wonders of Arctic Norway.
This voyage combines many highlights of the Classic Round Voyage. From Bergen, you cross the Arctic Circle twice, pass the North Cape, visit the turning point of Kirkenes and finish in the medieval city of Trondheim.
The highlights include sailing through the beautiful Vesterålen and Lofoten Islands in daylight, the Seven Sisters mountain range and the peculiar Torghatten Mountain, with its legendary hole in the middle.
Experience the spectacular fjords, the beautiful coast of Helgeland and a RIB boat safari in Lofoten. Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere and delicious food.
On this four days journey you will see the beautiful Lofoten Islands, the mythical coast of Helgeland, the Atlantic Road and the UNESCO listed Vega Islands.
On this journey you can visit small coastal communities, enjoy the exotic nature along the Arctic coast and experience the North Cape.
On this two-day voyage you visit the big cities along the Norwegian coast with beautiful fjords and sheltered areas.
Hurtigruten is perfect for shorter breaks. Imagine relaxing for a few days with excellent food and service, spending your time on deck or in the panorama lounge admiring the stunning scenery as you sail gently along the Norwegian coastline. With airports at most bigger cities and ports – and 34 ports of call available, there are plenty of possible combinations, including a tailor-made ‘port to port’ voyage. You can even bring your car and explore the beautiful scenery as part of a road-trip.
Take the opportunity to see more of Norway’s scenery by adding a few extra nights before or after your voyage with Hurtigruten. Perhaps you want to explore the Norwegian fjords and mountains, or experience life in Oslo or Bergen. Hurtigruten also offers stunning round trips such as ‘Norway in a nutshell’ or ‘Sognefjord in a nutshell’. If you plan to visit in the winter, you can spend a night in a hotel made entirely from snow and ice.
Using Hurtigruten as a basecamp gives you the best possible starting point for exploring everything the Norwegian coast has to offer – from fjords and iconic towns to northern lights and midnight sun.
Discover your inner explorer on an active journey along the Norwegian coastline, guided by Hurtigruten’s true adventure experts.
Hurtigruten’s cruise along the Norwegian coast not only offers a whole host of incredible experiences and wondrous scenery, but is also a culinary journey.
They come in busses, they come in cars, and they come in campers, on bicycles and on foot. Thousands of people want to experience the North Cape.
Get an overview of five destinations not to miss on your Hurtigruten journey: Ålesund, Lofoten and Vesterålen, the North Cape, Tromsø and Trondheim.
Sailing the Norwegian coast is like navigating in a big box of chocolates. There are tasty bites everywhere. For many, the Geirangerfjord is the best of the lot.
Combine a 5-day voyage in search of the mystical northern lights. Sail through beautiful Vesterålen and the Lofoten Islands and stop in scenic towns such as Bergen, Tromsø, Ålesund and Trondheim.
Experience the northern coastline in the footsteps of the early arctic explorers.
Find out what to expect on a Hurtigruten trip, including cultural highlights this spring and what you may see on the menu to news about the refurbishment and the brand new ship MS Spitsbergen.
Planning your trip well helps you get what you want and find the experiences you wish for, without risking your hard-earned days off. And if you don't know what you want, we're happy to help you find some ideas.
According to ancient legend, the name Norway comes from the old norse word Norðrvegr, which means “the way north”, a name given to this long and craggy coast because it was largely ice-free in the wintertime.
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