Norway & Scotland Cruise
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Cruise Highlights: This Norway and Scotland mini cruise travels to Bergen, Kirkwall and Edinburgh (Rosyth). With a range of optional shore tours, your cruise holiday can be personalised to suit your interests. Setting sail from Newcastle, the first port of call is Bergen.
As Norway’s second city, Bergen is one of the most scenic. Its rainbow painted houses are complimented by its natural setting – surrounded by seven mountains and seven fjords. Hardangerfjord, one of Norway’s most popular fjords is close by, as is Mount Fløien.
The cruise then moves on to Kirkwall in the Orkney Islands. Located 6 miles from the north coast of Scotland the archipelago is made up of 70 islands of which only 17 are inhabited. Plunging cliffs, white sand beaches and prehistoric sites give Orkney a character all of its own. St Magnus Cathedral dominates Kirkwall, the island’s capital, and its quaint narrow streets simply cry out to be explored. With Balfour Castle close at hand and the northern most whisky distillery in Scotland, you’ll have a tough decision deciding where to start.
This Norway and Scotland cruise then moves on to Edinburgh (Rosyth), bringing this mini cruise to an end.
A complimentary one-way PortLink coach transfer is available at the beginning or end of this cruise to / from the Cruise Terminals. Seats must be pre-booked by telephoning PortLink directly on: 01794 524 031.
Cruise from Newcastle, UK.
Itinerary & Port Information
DateArriveDepartDestinationAugust 2013Wed 14Late PMNewcastle
Famed for its vibrant nightlife, diverse cultures and extensive heritage, the beautiful city of Newcastle is North-East England's largest and most popular city.Read more about this port and its shore tours >Fri 16Early AMLate PMBergen, Norway
The Hanseatic city of Bergen has many attractions, including the UNESCO-listed Bryggen Wharf, with its colourful timbered houses and cobbled streets; a vibrant fish market; and the Troldhaugen Museum, the former home of Norway's most famous composer, Edvard Grieg.Read more about this port and its shore tours >Sat 17Early AMEarly PMKirkwall, Orkney IslandsSun 18Early AMEdinburgh (Rosyth)
Edinburgh - Scotland's historic capital - is one of the U.K.'s finest cities. Combining beautiful architecture, engrossing cultures and an extensive heritage, this Scottish delight is a must-visit destination.Read more about this port and its shore tours >
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