Norwegian Cruise Deals
Here is the place in which you can find all of our Norwegian cruise deals. Take a look through and you'll find there is something for everyone. Whether you want to sail from the UK straight to Norway, combine it with a cruise and stay, or spend a few days sailing the Norwegian coastline and then head along further to Iceland or the Baltics, there are plenty of options for you to choose from.
Norwegian Cruise Deals
One thing is for sure though, with our Norwegian cruise deals there has never been a better time to book. We currently have plenty of extras to help you enjoy your cruise that little bit more. From huge savings and on-board spend, to complimentary excursions, upgrades, flights and transfers, there is every reason to book your cruise today. Just simply give our SixStarCruises.co.uk Concierge a call today to see what you could save.
Most fascinating places to discover in Norway Read More
When it comes to Norway cruises, we quite often get customers calling to ask us all about the destination, so we thought we would put together a list of what we think are the best sights to see in the region of Norway. From Vikings, museums, Art Nouveau architecture and dramatic landscapes, take a look at our list of reasons why you should pay Norway a visit this year:
Olden As one of the most popular cruise ports, your ship will almost certainly call upon Olden. This is the place that is best known as the gateway to one of Norway's most beautiful sights, the Briksdalsbreen Glacier. You can enjoy witnessing this beautiful sight in all its glory or you can take an excursion to Olden Lake which offers a unique green appearance. Flam Meaning ‘little place between steep mountains' Flam is a port of call that oozes charm. Located on Aurlandsfjord, Flam is home to the world's steepest railway, the Flamsbana. Travelling around 865 metres above sea level, this journey offers an exhilarating scenic experience from start to finish. Surrounded by steep mountainsides and roaring waterfalls, Flam is a favourite destination with nature lovers. Hammerfest This is the world's most northerly town which is why it has made our favourite list. Its latitude means that the sun never sets here between May and July and never rises between November and January. The oldest town in Northern Norway, reindeers can often be found roaming around so make sure you bring your camera for this one. The North Cape Here is the place to experience breath taking views due to the huge cliff and the fact that you will be situated at the northernmost point on the continent! This is one of Norway's top travel destinations which a quarter of a million tourists visiting each year so make sure you take a trip and see for yourself. Tromso As the largest city above the article circle, Tromso is the starting point for many polar expeditions. This is a very charming town of Norway and a popular port of call. Here you can visit the Polaria Science Museum and the beautiful structured Arctic cathedral. There are also excursion opportunities for you to go dog sledding and enjoy quite an experience!