Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Majesty in Norway from Amsterdam, June 15, 2024

Regent Seven Seas Cruises Norwegian Fjords 17-day route

Cruising from: Amsterdam, Netherlands;

Departure Date: 15 June, 2024;

Cruise Line: Regent Seven Seas Cruises;

Cruise Ship: Seven Seas Navigator;

Duration: 17-day cruise;

Ports of Call: Amsterdam, Nordfjordeid, Kristiansund, Alesund, Stavanger, Kristiansand, Oslo, Helsingborg, Kiel, Ronne, Gdansk, Klaipeda, Tallinn, Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen;

17-day cruise to Amsterdam, Nordfjordeid, Kristiansund, Alesund, Stavanger, Kristiansand, Oslo, Helsingborg, Kiel, Ronne, Gdansk, Klaipeda, Tallinn, Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen on board Seven Seas Navigator.

Day 0 Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam is a popular tourist destination for both new and returning visitors all year. Many cruise ships arriving in the Dutch capital berth at the unique premises of Passenger Terminal Amsterdam (PTA). There is a fairytale quality to the tree-lined canal streets of Amsterdam. Boutiques, cafes, apartments, and hotels may hide behind the facades of the gabled townhouses, but the look of this beautiful old city has not changed much since its 17th-century Golden Age.

Day 1 At Sea, At Sea

Wonderful day at Sea.

Day 2 Nordfjordeid, Norway

Cruising to Nordfjordeid, Norway.

Day 3 Kristiansund, Norway

Kristiansund N. is a city and municipality on the western coast of Norway in the Nordmore district of More og Romsdal county. Kristiansund N. is built on four main islands that are connected by a series of bridges. The city center is located at Kirkelandet and the surrounding islands form a natural harbor protecting it from the harsh whether conditions of the Norwegian Sea.

Day 4 Alesund, Norway

Alesund is adventure capital of the Fjords, named Norway's most beautiful city. Some of the most spectacular buildings are located around the area Brosundet, in Kongens Gate, Brunholmen and Kirkegata. After devastating fire a new town rose phoenix-like from the ashes - in the distinctive Art Nouveau style.

Day 5 Stavanger, Norway

Stavanger is the gateway to the Norwegian fjords. The city centre of Stavanger is quite compact, with original dockside warehouses and pretty 18th-century streets climbing up from a bustling harbour, which makes it easy to reach most attractions on foot. On your walk you can easily stop by some of the city's many museums, such as the Norwegian Petroleum Museum, Stavanger museum of Fine Arts and the Norwegian Canning museum.

Day 6 Kristiansand, Norway

Kristiansand is the largest city in Southern Norway and attracts a lot of tourists every year. Kristiansand is a family destinations, focusing in activities and attractions for families, one of the largest if these being Dyreparken, a gigantic zoo and amusement park. Kristiansand Dyrepark is probably the favourite holiday destination for Norwegian kids.

Day 7 Oslo, Norway

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.

Day 8 Helsingborg, Sweden

Helsingborg is a coastal city in southern Sweden, across the oresund Strait from Denmark, which is to the west. The city is also Sweden's closest point to Denmark, with the Danish city Helsingor clearly visible on the other side of the oresund. Enjoy famous castles, magnificent gardens, white sandy beaches, exciting shopping, rich cultural life and lots more.

Day 9 Kiel, Germany

Kiel is a port on both sides of the Kiel Fjord, an inlet of the western Baltic Sea, and lies at the eastern end of the Kiel Canal. Kiel has a long shipbuilding and naval tradition but today it is characterised by its vibrant student scene, laid-back lifestyle and urban flair. The city features shipping and ethnography museums, and the Institute of Marine Biology contains an aquarium. The main tourist attraction is the Kieler Woche (Kiel Week) at the end of June, an international regatta and cultural festival.

Day 10 Ronne, Denmark

Ronne is the largest town on the Danish island of Bornholm. The town has some quaint cobbled streets and low-timbered houses and main attractions are Gamle Stan (Old Town), Burgenda Bison Ranch and Ronne Theater. Ronne is the centre for trips round the entire island, which not without reason is called the pearl of the Baltic Sea.

Day 11 Gdansk, Poland

Gdansk is a port city on the Baltic coast of Poland. Gdansk is a pearl of bourgeois architecture, boasting beautiful houses and a unique market. Neptune Fountain, a 17th-century symbol of the city topped by a bronze statue of the sea god. You can walk in the footsteps of the main character of Gunter Grass "The Tin Drum" or look at the stars of Hevelius.

Day 12 Klaipeda, Lithuania

Klaipeda is a port city in Lithuania, where the Baltic Sea meets the Dane River with small but interesting old town. There are several museums in Klaipeda, the most popular include the History Museum of Lithuania Minor, the Klaipeda Picture Gallery, the Marine museum and the Clock museum.

Day 13 Tallinn, Estonia

Tallinn, the capital of Estonia is something of a medieval theme park, with one of the best preserved Old Towns that you're ever likely to see. Among the top landmarks to see in the Old Town itself are the likes of St Mary's Cathedral, which is the most ancient church in Tallinn. Art lovers, meanwhile, should not miss the chance to visit the KUMU National Art Museum.

Day 14 Helsinki, Finland

Set across an archipelago, Helsinki is essentially a collection of islands, with much of the action situated by the waterfront. Among the city's many stunning landmarks is the Suomenlinna fortress, which was once the most formidable fort in the Baltic. The Finnish capital also boasts a fantastic array of museums, among them the Ateneum Art Museum and the Design Museum.

Day 15 Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm, the capital of Sweden is set on an extensive Baltic Sea archipelago with more than 50 bridges. As one of the world's best preserved Medieval town centres, Gamla Stan is a truly charming place to stroll around and really will transport you back in time, although it's also home to some of modern-day Stockholm's top restaurants and cafes.

Day 16 At Sea, At Sea

Wonderful day at Sea.

Day 17 Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen, the Danish capital's compact dimensions packed with cafes, shops and the best restaurants in Scandinavia are perfect for exploration on two feet or two wheels. The city's no.1 attraction, more than 100-year old amusement park Tivoli Gardens, is centrally situated a short distance west of the Central Train Station, while royal palaces Amalienborg and Rosenborg and museums like the National Gallery and the National Museum are also within the downtown area.

Sail with Regent Seven Seas Cruises from Amsterdam to Norwegian Fjords on board Seven Seas Navigator cruise ship. Discover the best of Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Germany, Denmark, Poland, Lithuania, Estonia, Finland on this Norwegian Fjords cruise and discover amazing Amsterdam, Nordfjordeid, Kristiansund, Alesund, Stavanger, Kristiansand, Oslo, Helsingborg, Kiel, Ronne, Gdansk, Klaipeda, Tallinn, Helsinki, Stockholm, Copenhagen. Seven Seas Navigator leaving Amsterdam, Netherlands for 17 days from June 15, 2024.

Norwegian Fjords cruise June 2024

Norwegian Fjords cruise from Amsterdam June 2024

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