Discover the cities of the rugged north. Reykjavík means "smoke bay"; the name originates in the steam of the hot springs, which bubble up as close as the edge of town. You can see puffins with their strong beaks and colourful wooden houses on the islands of volcanic origin, the Vestmannaeyjar (Westman Islands) and in Eskifjörður. The city has a wide range of culture to offer; there are numerous museums and concert halls, but also pubs and bars. Bergen in Norway is famous for its fish market, the old Hanse quarter and the seven hills in the immediate vicinity. The port of Kristiansand lies on three islands connected by bridges. The colourful architecture is not a relic of earlier years, 900 houses were rebuilt in a totally individual style after the Second World War.
Why this cruise?
- In the land of volcanoes, geysers and glaciers
- In the footsteps of the Vikings on the Faroe Isles
- UNESCO World Heritage site Bergen and the historic trading district Bryggen
- Enjoy the picturesque scenery of the Norwegian Lysefjord on a boat trip
- Convenient home journey from our final destination, Hamburg