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Cruises from Oslo

From Rotterdam in the Netherlands, embark on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to the Northern European destinations of your choice, including the Baltic, North Cape, Norwegian Fjords, Svalbard, and many more. In Port Oslo cruise ships dock on Akershus Fortress sides. Cruise ships carry you directly to the city’s doorstep. There are 4 piers - Sondre Akershus, Vippetangen, Revierkaia and Filipstad. Step off the ship, and you’re already in the city center. Oslo is one of the fastest developing capitals in all of Europe, with incredible developments going on in everything from local cuisine to architecture. The tiny city centre is easy to explore on foot, by bike or public transport, and the city is rich with cultural and culinary treasures. Start in the east with MUNCH and the Norwegian Opera & Ballet, then proceed westwards to the new National Museum, the Nordic region’s largest art museum at Aker Brygge, gorgeous and vibrant waterfront. You will also discover intriguing sights on the Bygdoy Peninsula, marked by its environment, museums, urban organic farming and ordinary life in the residential area. The Viking Ship Museum features three of the world’s best-preserved Viking ships from the 9th century that are among Norway’s most beloved cultural treasures. Oslo port include itinerary with Oceania Cruises, Seabourn Cruise Line, and other cruise line.

Cruises out of Oslo 2022

Oslo, Norway

Take a memorable cruise adventure from Oslo, Norway in 2022 to Baltic Sea, Scandinavian & Norwegian Fjords. Set on the banks of the Oslofjord, which is in fact a lake, not a fjord, Norwegian capital Oslo is one of the sparsest capital cities in Europe, despite being one of the largest in terms of size. Oslo has a special combination of city life and easy access to the great outdoors. This provides lots of space for nature to thrive in the very heart of the metropolis. Outdoor activities like kayaking, skiing, hiking and cycling are just as popular within the capital as they are in the countryside. Easily find and compare cruises out of Oslo cruise port in 2022 with destinetions to Baltic, North Cape, Norwegian Fjords, Svalbard, and many more.


Cruises out of Oslo 2022

Oslo is an excellent departure point for 2022 cruises along Norway’s west coast to the North Cape and the midnight sun. Ship schedule 2022 from Oslo includes Norway and Norwegian Fjords, Scandinavia, Baltic Sea, British Isles, Iceland and the Arctic cruises.

Oslo, Norway Cruise Timetable

Cruise Name Cruise Line Cruise Ship Duration Date

Arctic Svalbard Summer Expedition from Oslo

Seabourn Cruise Line Seabourn Venture 11 day July 16, 2022
Ports of Call: Oslo, Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Svalbard, Svalbard, Svalbard, Svalbard, Svalbard, Bjornoya, At Sea, Skarsvag, Tromso.

Spectacular Svalbard & Greenland from Oslo

Seabourn Cruise Line Seabourn Venture 15 day August 6, 2022
Ports of Call: Oslo, Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Svalbard, Svalbard, Svalbard, Svalbard, At Sea, At Sea, Jan Mayen Island, At Sea, Hekla Havn, Bear Island, Ittoqqortoormiit, Isafjordur, Reykjavik.

Norwegian Fjords cruise from Oslo

Oceania Cruises Sirena 18 day August 30, 2022
Ports of Call: Oslo, Kristiansand, Maloy, Kristiansund, At Sea, Hammerfest, Honningsvag, Murmansk, At Sea, Archangel, At Sea, Tromso, Svolvaer, At Sea, Torshavn, Kirkwall, Edinburgh, At Sea, London Portsmouth.

Baltic from Oslo

Oceania Cruises Marina 14 day September 13, 2022
Ports of Call: Oslo, At Sea, Stockholm, Kotka, St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg, Tallinn, Riga, Visby, Gdansk, Copenhagen, Warnemunde, Aarhus, At Sea, Amsterdam.

Norwegian Fjords cruise from Oslo

Oceania Cruises Marina 10 day July 1, 2023
Ports of Call: Oslo, Skagen, Kristiansand, Haugesund, Molde, Kristiansund, Trondheim, Nordfjord, Kirkwall, At Sea, Southampton.