Majestic Fjordland
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Itinerary
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Day 1
Bristol Avonmouth, UK, England

Bristol is the UK’s eighth most populous city and is home to a number of attractions and a unique culture. The city’s cruise terminal provides a gateway to the world, but those travelling from further afield to get to Bristol should definitely take the time to fully appreciate the plethora of interesting sights and landmarks. The Old City is home to a network of cobbled streets which will guide you to a range of fascinating medieval buildings. The harbour reflects the maritime tradition of Bristol, with the first iron-hulled, steam-powered passenger liner – Brunel’s ss Great Britain – beautifully preserved in dry-dock.

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Bergen, Norway

Bergen is Norway’s second largest city and is renowned for its beautiful surrounding nature and excellent hiking opportunities. The city has its own unique culture, with a spectacular artistic and musical scene. Its harbour has gained UNESCO World Heritage status for its charming houses and its role as one of the oldest ports in Northern Europe. Most of the city is located on or around  a fjord and and is a major port of call for most Norwegian and Arctic cruises. 

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Day 5
Olden, Norway

Olden is a peaceful Norwegian village, settled at the southern end of Nordfjord – at the entrance to the Oldedalen Valley. The lake here has gained its rich green colour as a result of a nearby river pouring down the surrounding mountains from the Briksdal Glacier. Over the course of time, this glacier has transformed the valley into an area filled with giant waterfalls and many mesmerising natural features.

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Day 6
Geiranger, Norway

Along with Nærøyfjord, Geirangerfjord has gained UNESCO World Heritage status for being regarded as archetypical fjords which are among the world’s longest and deepest and which offer an exceptional level of natural beauty. The village of Geiranger is situated at one of the innermost points of the fjord and rewards all visitors with breath-taking and unparalleled scenery.

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Day 7
Flaam, Norway

Cruising along the arm of Sognefjord will reward visitors to the region with mesmerising views of the natural surroundings. Upon reaching the innermost point of Sognefjord, you will arrive in the charming village of Flaam – also known as Flam. An absolute must for people arriving in this area is the Flamsbana – the third steepest railway in the world and provides a chance to admire the surrounding natural features including mountains and waterfalls.

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Day 8
Stavanger, Norway

As the fourth largest city in Norway, Stavanger is a cultural hub and a business district with many museums, restaurants, and interesting landmarks. The Stavanger Oil Museum is filled with fascinating relics from Norway’s oil industry, with many interesting displays; while a journey to Gamle Stavanger (Old Stavanger) will take you on a journey back in time through many winding streets filled with well-preserved wooden houses.

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Day 11
Bristol Avonmouth, UK, England

Bristol is the UK’s eighth most populous city and is home to a number of attractions and a unique culture. The city’s cruise terminal provides a gateway to the world, but those travelling from further afield to get to Bristol should definitely take the time to fully appreciate the plethora of interesting sights and landmarks. The Old City is home to a network of cobbled streets which will guide you to a range of fascinating medieval buildings. The harbour reflects the maritime tradition of Bristol, with the first iron-hulled, steam-powered passenger liner – Brunel’s ss Great Britain – beautifully preserved in dry-dock.

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