About This Trip

Cruise from Bergen to Trondheim for a chance to explore some of Norway's most charming coastal villages and towns

Explore historic Bergen, the Art Nouveau town of Ålesund, the Jazz Festival town of Molde and the spectacular Geirangerfjord. End your journey with an optional tour of Trondheim including the magnificent Nidaros Cathedral.

Dates & Prices

  • Daily Departures Between:
    Jun 1 2020 to Aug 31 2020
  • Price from: TBD Per person based on double occupancy. Rates may vary due to flexible pricing for cruise.
  • Single Room Supplement: TBD
  • Add a night in Trondheim from: TBD Per person based on double occupancy

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Tour Information

Tour/Price Includes

  • 1 night accommodations, double occupancy
  • 2 nights outside cabin, double occupancy
  • Daily Breakfast [B] and 2 dinners [D]
  • Cruise: Bergen to Trondheim

Disclaimer

Please note: Hurtigruten has flexible rates, thus pricing is subject to availability at the time of booking. Special cancellation policy is applied on the Hurtigruten.

All rates are per person. Rates and schedules subject to change without notice. For prices outside June - August, please contact our office.

Please read Brekke's Terms and Conditions for this tour carefully before registering.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Bergen — Coastal Voyage

Day free in Bergen to join an optional sightseeing tour or visit Troldhaugen, home of the late Edvard Grieg. At 6:00pm, embarkation begins on Hurtigruten, “The World’s Most Beautiful Voyage.” Depart Bergen at 8:00pm for a cruise to Trondheim. Dinner and overnight on board ship in outside cabin.

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Day 2: Coastal Voyage

If you wake up early the next day, you can enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the Nordfjord, followed by a delicious breakfast. As we sail past the West Cape, we enter the open ocean before navigating through skerries and islands to reach Ålesund. Distinguished by its numerous spires, towers, and ornate buildings, Ålesund is renowned for its beautiful Art Nouveau architecture. A devastating fire in 1904 burned a large proportion of the city to the ground, and it was rebuilt in the fashionable style of the time: Art Nouveau.

If you like marine life, join us on a visit to Atlanterhavsparken – one of Northern Europe’s largest saltwater aquariums. The tour includes a visit to the open-air pool to see the resident penguins. After visiting Atlanterhavsparken, we continue onward and upward to Mount Aksla, where you get an amazing panorama view of the area. You also have the opportunity to explore this charming Art Nouveau city from a sea kayak.

In the summer months, we set course for the spectacular UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord, passing steep, 2,500 ft cliffs and impressive waterfalls along the way. In autumn, we explore the Hjørundfjord, situated amid the majestic Sunnmøre Alps. Far from the tourist hustle and bustle, its seclusion and unspoiled natural landscape are what give this fjord its special character We take our guests past steep rock walls that you can nearly reach out and touch, emerald-green meadows, lonely mountain farms, and small villages.

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Day 3: Coastal Voyage — Trondheim

Breakfast on board ship. Arrive in Norway’s third largest city, Trondheim, at 8:30am. Viking King Olav Tryggvason, founded this ancient city in 997. Disembark upon arrival. You may choose to join an optional excursion to Norway’s national shrine, Nidaros Cathedral, the country’s only Gothic-style cathedral, built over the burial place of St. Olav (Tryggvason), Norway’s patron saint. Here you can marvel at the cathedral’s incredible architectural details and exquisite artwork. Balance of day free. Overnight at the Scandic Nidelven Hotel.

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Day 4: Trondheim

Tour ends following breakfast at hotel.

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