Norwegian Fjords Cruises are very popular but for all the good reasons. This part of the world, which is highly stylish and affluent, boasts of outstanding cities, captivating landscapes and a rich architecture that amalgamates both the ancient and the modern masterpieces, showcased in the castles and churches found in this flouring part of the world. Northern Europe countries are rich in history thanks to their music, literature and art.
Norway’s coastline only measures 1,700 miles but thanks to the fjords, it measures over 13,000 miles, presenting a great spot for exploration by sea. Contrary to what many people are made to believe, Norway’s Fjordland is very vibrant and full of life. It boasts of tiny cities and centers, immaculate hamlets, charming fishing villages, which are all set against a stunning and eye-catching background of skyrocketing mountains, rushing waterfalls and far-reaching glaciers. Throughout the Norway’s West Coast and on the Northern side the Arctic Circle, you’ll find the past Viking strangeholds, boasting of extended days of summer and cool, soothing temperatures.
You’re sure to enjoy escorted hiking tours in any port that you visit in Norway. The tours will take you through the flourishing countryside as you traverse rushing waterfalls and striking fields full of beautiful wildflowers. Take a walk in Geiranger that will lead you to Briksdalen Glacier, relishing every moment of the way before settling down for lunch to savor Norwegian’s best culinary experience at a Norwegian Inn.
Of course a cruise is not a cruise without taking photos. This you can do perfectly in Flam, as you engage in a steep ride of 3,000 ft, going deep into the mountains on a very thin railroad to give you a perfect photo excursion. In all towns, you shouldn’t miss the waterfronts, or the museums, flower markets, churches and homes all showcasing the richness of Norway.