Northern Europe and Iceland Cruise

August 4-15, 2024
11 Nights on board Norwegian Prima


Sun. Aug. 4

Depart Southampton, England

Mon. Aug. 5

Bruges, Brussels
9:00am - 6:00pm

Bruges is best known as the best-preserved medieval town in all of Europe. The historic center of Bruges as well as the Belfry of Bruges are both UNESCO World Heritage sites. They are famous for their lace and of course their bruges or bridges.

Tues. Aug. 6

Amsterdam, Netherlands
7:00am - 6:00pm

"Venice of the North," due to its large number of 17th century canals which form a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Amsterdam's main attractions include the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, the Anne Frank House, and the Heineken experience.

Wed. Aug. 7

At Sea

Thurs. Aug. 8

Bergen, Norway
7:00am - 4:00pm

Bergen is the second largest city in Norway and surrounded by seven mountains. This city was established in the 1020's as a trading settlement and once functioned as Norway's capital. The city's cathedral was the site of the first royal coronation in Norway in the 1150's.

Fri. Aug. 9

Geiranger, Norway
8:00am - 10:00pm

A small village with only 250 residents built a floating pier known as the Seawalk and welcomes up to 180 cruise ships in their four-month tourist season. The area is also listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Sat. Aug. 10

Alesund, Norway
7:00am - 5:00pm

Alesund is the most important fishing harbor in Norway. The town's fishing fleet is one of the most modern in Europe. It is also known for its large furniture and shipbuilding industries. When oil was discovered in the North Sea in the 1970s the local fishing ship owners rebuilt fishing vessels to serve the oil exploration and production industry and today it is the cornerstone industry.

Sun. Aug. 11

At Sea

Mon. Aug. 12

Akureyri, Iceland
9:00am -8:00pm

Considered the "Capital of North Iceland," Akureyri is an important fishing port due to the town's ice-free harbor. The Icelandic folk dance "Vefarinn" comes from this region and is home to the most northerly 18 hole golf course. Most of the town is heated geothermally.

Tues. Aug. 13

Isafjordur, Iceland
9:00am - 6:00pm

This former Danish trading post was established in the 18th century and contains the oldest houses made from timber in Iceland. This town tends to be the coolest area of the country experiencing high winds and very few clear days throughout the year.

Wed. Aug. 14

Reykjavik, Iceland
7:00am and overnight

Reykjavik is the world's northernmost capital and largest city in Iceland. It was the first Norse settlement established in 870 AD and got it's Norse name meaning Bay of Smoke due to the steam rising from the hot springs in the region. The city became the UNESCO City of Literature in 2011 and its language has not changed much since settlement. Modern Icelanders can still read medieval texts.

Thurs. Aug. 15

You make disembark after 8:00am
Depart for Home


$2564.20 per person Interior cabin
$3307.59 per person Balcony cabin
Based on Double Occupancy

Includes: All meals, alcohol package, wifi, 2 nights specialty dining
Excludes: Airfare, and shore excursions

Optional Pre-cruise package to London (additional fee)

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