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11 nights from Tromsoe (Norway) with Norwegian Star

Norwegian fjords: Norway, Svalbard, Iceland

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Cruise code 53081
10 Jun 2024
from €1,063.00
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Cruise itinerary

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    Monday 10 June 2024 - 08:00
    Tromsoe chevron_right
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    Tuesday 11 June 2024 09:00 - 04:00
    Harstad chevron_right
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    Wednesday 12 June 2024 07:00 - 04:00
    Leknes chevron_right
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    Thursday 13 June 2024 12:00 - 10:00
    Alta chevron_right
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    Friday 14 June 2024 10:00 - not found
    Honningsvåg chevron_right
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    Saturday 15 June 2024 not found - 01:30
    Honningsvåg chevron_right
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    Sunday 16 June 2024 09:00 - not found
    Longyearbyen chevron_right
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    Monday 17 June 2024 not found - 02:00
    Longyearbyen chevron_right
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    Tuesday 18 June 2024 -- --
    Navigation
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    Wednesday 19 June 2024 08:00 - 07:00
    Akureyri chevron_right
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    Thursday 20 June 2024 07:00 - 03:00
    Isafjordur chevron_right
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    Friday 21 June 2024 04:00
    Reykjavik chevron_right
Tromsoe

Tromsoe

Tromsø is the biggest city in Northern Norway and one of the most populated. It is situated about 350 km far from the Arctic Circle. The city centre develops in an isle called Tromsøya, while the population lives on the mainland, Tromsdalen, which can be reached thanks to bridges that confer the city a peculiar character. The area where Tromsø was established, has been inhabited since the Glacial Era. During the Middle Age, the Sami settled down here and it was in this period that Tromsø became a frontier town with Russia.
Due to the proximity with the Arctic Circle, it is possible to enjoy natural spectacles such as midnight sun, that happens during the period of Summer Solstice and that is the reason why the night does not fall. Tromsø is a touristic destination mainly for the phenomenon of the Aurora Borealis: between the end of September and the end of March, it is possible to enjoy this natural enchantment that attracts visitors from all over the world that are not afraid of the low temperatures, as it is really worthy. Photography lovers will find their ideal dimension and will take back home their photographic trophies.
Tromsø is a university city and many local and foreign students populate the city. In the city centre, it is possible to visit a museum that collects relics from the expeditions towards the Arctic Circle. The majority of these expeditions started in Tromsø.
Tromsø is also an important port for the cruise market. It is a stop-over for the Cruises to Norwegian Fjords, whose passengers can enjoy their beauty. In Spring and Summer, the only period where you can cruise along this area, the valley are painted in a shiny green and are a real spectacle to enjoy on board of a cruise ship.

Harstad

Harstad

Leknes

Leknes

Alta

Alta

Honningsvåg

Honningsvåg

Honningsvåg

Honningsvåg

Longyearbyen

Longyearbyen

Longyearbyen

Longyearbyen

Akureyri

Akureyri

Isafjordur

Isafjordur

Reykjavik

Reykjavik

The gateway to Iceland, a land of incredible natural wonders, ranging from huge glaciers to thermal pools and geysers.

Reykjavik, the capital of Iceland, is small in size but boasts a vast historical and cultural heritage. Founded thousands of years ago by Nordic settlers, this destination showcases a breathtaking coastline with scenic peninsulas, straits and picturesque islands. Known for its natural beauty and small-town charm, Reykjavik is also known to attract travellers as 'the nightlife capital of the North' for its vibrant and social atmosphere. The island's landscape seems to be in a constant process of transformation like its society, combining Nordic tradition with sophisticated technology.