Northern Europe Cruises

The stunning Northern Lights, the charming capitals of Scandinavia, the untouched nature, the grand Fjords, the enchanted castles and sparkly glaciers, the picturesque villages and much, much more to discover.

Northern Europe

Taking a cruise of Northern Europe entails scenic beauty, epic history and dazzling art and culinary diversity. Abundant in breathtaking natural scenery, Northern Europe offers rugged Scottish Highlands with glens and lakes and fabulously jagged Norwegian fjords. Northern Europe makes for an ideal cruise destination and offers beautiful coastal regions such as the Baltic and North Sea.


Northern Europe has an unbeatable wealth of cultural attractions on offer. From immersion in London's vibrant nightlife to discovering the diverse history of Germany, cruising the captivating Stockholm Archipelago and experiencing the natural wonders of Denmark, A Northern European cruise promises not to diasppoint.

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  Fly Cruises
Northern Nights to New York Lights
Northern Nights to New York Lights
37 Nights with the Zuiderdam
 09.08.2017
p.p.from AU$ 8799
Norway's Fjords, Baltics and Highlands
Norway's Fjords, Baltics and Highlands
29 Nights with the Zuiderdam
 02.05.2017
p.p.from AU$ 6549
Grand Scandinavia Cruise
Grand Scandinavia Cruise
19 Nights with the MSC Fantasia
 02.08.2017
p.p.from AU$ 5429
Land of the Northern Lights
Land of the Northern Lights
20 Nights with the Magellan
 07.10.2017
p.p.from AU$ 4999
Explore UK and Iceland
Explore UK and Iceland
31 Nights with the Magellan
 29.05.2017
p.p.from AU$ 6723
  Last Minute Cruises
Majestic Iberia and the Canaries from Southampton
Majestic Iberia and the Canaries from Southampton
16 Nights with the Oriana
 18.12.2016
p.p.from AU$ 3139
Peruse Spain, Portugal and Morocco
Peruse Spain, Portugal and Morocco
16 Nights with the Ventura
 02.01.2017
p.p.from AU$ 1909
Christmas Markets in Germany and Denmark
Christmas Markets in Germany and Denmark
7 Nights with the Black Watch
 15.12.2016
p.p.from AU$ 1438
Baltic Cruise Southampton Return
Baltic Cruise Southampton Return
9 Nights with the Arcadia
 19.12.2016
p.p.from AU$ 1519
Western Europe Sail Southampton Return
Western Europe Sail Southampton Return
5 Nights with the Arcadia
 28.12.2016
p.p.from AU$ 929
  Value for Money Cruises
Scandinavia Cruise Southampton Roundtrip
Scandinavia Cruise Southampton Roundtrip
7 Nights with the Sapphire Princess
 01.09.2018
p.p.from AU$ 1802
Scandinavian Siesta Southampton Return
Scandinavian Siesta Southampton Return
7 Nights with the Sapphire Princess
 26.05.2018
p.p.from AU$ 1802
Northern Delights and Insights from Southampton
Northern Delights and Insights from Southampton
12 Nights with the Navigator of the Seas
 June 2017 - July 2017
p.p.from AU$ 2164
Adventure through Russia and Scandinavia
Adventure through Russia and Scandinavia
7 Nights with the Serenade of the Seas
 May 2017 - August 2017
p.p.from AU$ 1509
Russia and Scandinavia Tour
Russia and Scandinavia Tour
7 Nights with the Serenade of the Seas
 June 2017 - July 2017
p.p.from AU$ 1674
Ports in Northern EuropeNorthern Europe Ports
Southampton (London), England, United Kingdom from
AU$ 133
Southampton's harbor is mainly known for the Titanic, which in 1912 began her journey there. Today the city is a popular destination for many cruise ships. Discover the many old buildings from the long history of Southampton. For example, visit the Medieval Merchants House built by a merchant in 1290. Several museums explain the history of the city: in the Maritime Museum, you can watch a Titanic exhibition.
Copenhagen, Denmarkfrom
AU$ 268
Denmark's cultural and business center houses the Danish Parliament and the royal family. The landmark of the town is the Little Mermaid statue, which you should definitely visit. Be cheeky and experience one of the world's oldest amusement park "for history's sake".
Bergen, Norwayfrom
AU$ 766
The old Hanseatic city of Bergen is surrounded by seven mountains. From the mountains, you can admire the breathtaking views of mountains and the surrounding area. The famous fish market and Bryggen, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, are also worth a visit.
Tallinn, Estoniafrom
AU$ 1214
Estonia's capital city is located on the Gulf of Finland, the Baltic Sea, just 80 km from Helsinki. Local attractions include museums, parks and churches. The Botanical Garden has about 8,000 species of plants in more than 110 hectares of land. Exhibited at the Maritime Museum are fishing equipment from the Neolithic period, antique diving equipment as well as a complete bridge deck of a fishing steamer from the 50s.
Stockholm, Swedenfrom
AU$ 1214
Scandinavia's largest city is home to the residence of the king, the Swedish Parliament and the Swedish government. The palace and the parliament building should not be missed. For all art and culture fans, Stockholm offers numerous theaters and museums.
Helsinki, Finlandfrom
AU$ 1351
Helsinki is Finland's capital, with about 589,000 inhabitants, and is the largest city in the country. Helsinki is an architecture lovers dream. The city is considered a stronghold of classicism. The townscape is characterized by a further Nouveau architecture and there are several functionalist buildings in the city center. Another attraction is the fortress of Suomenlinna, built on several islands and the Esplanade promenade, which hosts great markets in the summer.
Northern Europe

Northern Europe has so many options on different cruises there is something for everyone taste! If it is a cruise to Norway or Iceland or one around the Baltic Sea there are endless opportunities.

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