We are talking about Norwegian Fjord cruises, which allow tourists to admire a spectacle of nature that
can only be found in this part of Northern Europe. Let's get to know something more of the operators'
proposals about their Norwegian Fjord Cruises.
It is good to keep in mind the fact that the reservations scenario is a highly mutable one and it is therefore
necessary to check the availability by contacting the tour operator who manages the reservations.
Within the vast range of offers, we took into consideration those that, according to statistics, are the
Norwegian Fjord Cruises most appreciated by customers.
After seeing some routes and prices of the Norwegian Fjord Cruises, let's now try to discover their charm.
Everyone knows that the Scandinavian Peninsula's biggest tourist attractions are the Norwegian fjords,
that have been created by the work done by the glaciers, which for millenia have been eroding the
mountains rocks, thereby allowing the sea to enter into them.
The best known fjord is that of Sognefjord, given its characteristics of being: the longest, the narrowest
and the deepest in the world! Two hundred kilometers of sea branches that surround an unpolluted and
still wild nature, where you can admire cliffs overlooking a cobalt color sea, waterfalls that fall from great
heights and the different shades of green that make mosses, trees and plants into a quite natural
kaleidoscopic patchwork. All this without mentioning the eleven glaciers in the fjords region. You will be
enchanted by a place which can easily be defined as the most photographed in the world: the Pulpit Rock,
located near the lovely town of Stavanger.
Bergen, with the typical docks of its characteristic historical port that made it to be listed as one of
UNESCO's World Heritage Sites, is the fundamental step of any cruise to the Norwegian Fjords but
certainly not the only one.
Surely not to be missed are the "Seven Sisters" waterfalls, the Geiranger, which is located in the
homonymous fjord along with the "Pretender" waterfall, that is located just in front of them.
Very Interesting is the Flam village, located in the Sognefjord, from where one can admire the many
wonders of nature surrounding it.
For those whose cruise's itinerary also touches the North Cape, reaching up to the end of Europe, facing
the Arctic Ocean, you'll truly find it an unforgettable emotion.