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Cruise visits fiords, peaks and towns on Norway’s coastline

Hurtigruten sails in Geirangerfjord, Norway, a UNESCO-protected area.
Hurtigruten sails in Geirangerfjord, Norway, a UNESCO-protected area.
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Cruise the jagged coastline of Norway, see tall peaks and deep fjords and visit towns and villages on Hurtigruten’s Voyage North Cruise.

The shipping company, which has been sailing Norwegian waters since 1892, carries passengers as well as cargo on routes from Bergen in the south to Kirkenes near the Russian border.

The seven-day cruise offers excursions such as kayaking, hiking and birdwatching plus visits to the historic capital of Trondheim; the UNESCO-protected Geirangerfjord; and North Cape, the northernmost point in Europe.

Dates: Departures daily June through August

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Price: From $2,028 per person, double occupancy, including accommodations and meals. International airfare, luggage handling and optional excursions not included

Info: Hurtigruten, (888) 898-2598

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