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

Northern Europe offers a diverse range of landscapes, natural wonders and stunning cities and villages. The waters are lined with beautiful fjords and towering mountain peaks along the way, therefore a cruise offers the perfect opportunity to truly appreciate the region. Expect experiences such as witnessing the incredible Northern lights, discovering beautiful Baltic capitals such as Tallinn and so much more. There are a wide variety of itineraries available, meaning that the perfect cruise experience is available for everyone.


Whether you fancy bar hopping in Tromsø, marvelling at the Stockholm Archipelago or sampling Danish delights in Copenhagen, a Northern European cruise can realise all of your passions. Immerse yourself into the culture of the region with shore excursions and enjoy views of the unique surroundings from the comfort of a cruise ship. Friendly locals and endless opportunities for new experiences and cultural insights await.

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Our Recommendations
  7 Night Cruises
Cruise with Royal Caribbean from Sydney
Cruise with Royal Caribbean from Sydney
7 Nights with the Explorer of the Seas
 March 2018 - April 2018
p.p.from AU$ 799
8 day cruise from Kiel
8 day cruise from Kiel
7 Nights with the MSC Preziosa
 April 2018 - September 2018
p.p.from AU$ 1299
Ancient Trails from Athens to Barcelona
Ancient Trails from Athens to Barcelona
7 Nights with the Crown Princess
 June 2018 - September 2018
p.p.from AU$ 1299
8 day trip on board the Rhapsody of the Seas from Venice
8 day trip on board the Rhapsody of the Seas from Venice
7 Nights with the Rhapsody of the Seas
 June 2018 - October 2019
p.p.from AU$ 1040
The Beauty of the Hawaiian Islands
The Beauty of the Hawaiian Islands
7 Nights with the Pride of America
 January 2018 - January 2020
p.p.from AU$ 2000
  Last Minute Cruises
New Zealand Melbourne Return
New Zealand Melbourne Return
10 Nights with the Carnival Legend
 21.02.2018
p.p.from AU$ 1300
9 day trip from Sydney
9 day trip from Sydney
8 Nights with the Ovation of the Seas
 18.02.2018
p.p.from AU$ 1347
Perth to Adelaide Exploration
Perth to Adelaide Exploration
4 Nights with the Queen Mary 2
 12.02.2018
p.p.from AU$ 1669
11 day expedition from Sydney
11 day expedition from Sydney
10 Nights with the Ovation of the Seas
 26.02.2018
p.p.from AU$ 2273
Pacific Spirit Sydney Return
Pacific Spirit Sydney Return
12 Nights with the Carnival Spirit
 17.02.2018
p.p.from AU$ 1300
  Value for Money Cruises
13 day voyage from Sydney
13 day voyage from Sydney
12 Nights with the Radiance of the Seas
 21.12.2018
p.p.from AU$ 2448
Expedition from Sydney with the Ovation of the Seas
Expedition from Sydney with the Ovation of the Seas
14 Nights with the Ovation of the Seas
 26.03.2018
p.p.from AU$ 1549
13 day sail on board the Brilliance of the Seas from Amsterdam
13 day sail on board the Brilliance of the Seas from Amsterdam
12 Nights with the Brilliance of the Seas
 May 2018 - September 2019
p.p.from AU$ 2117
Copenhagen to Scandinavia and Russia
Copenhagen to Scandinavia and Russia
11 Nights with the Regal Princess
 April 2018 - September 2018
p.p.from AU$ 2299
Cruise with Royal Caribbean from Sydney
Cruise with Royal Caribbean from Sydney
7 Nights with the Explorer of the Seas
 March 2018 - April 2018
p.p.from AU$ 799
Ports in Northern EuropeNorthern Europe Ports
Amsterdam, Netherlandsfrom
AU$ 229

Amsterdam is a European cultural hub, known for its diverse culture and laid-back attitude. Canals can be found throughout the city and boat tours are a great way to see the city. However modern the city may be today; the capital city of the Netherlands offers an abundance of historically significant sights. The Van Gogh Museum and Rijksmuseum offer an almost unrivalled collection of artworks, while a visit to Anne Frank’s House is sure to provide an unforgettable insight into the past of the city. Whether looking to explore by day or by night, a trip to Amsterdam promises to offer something for everyone.

Highlights of Amsterdam
  • Discover the history of the city by visiting the Anne Frank House
  • Be sure to sample little Dutch pancakes also known as poffertjes
  • Explore Amsterdam on foot by taking a walking tour from Dam Square
Copenhagen, Denmarkfrom
AU$ 594

Copenhagen is the capital city of Denmark and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Scandanavia and Northern Europe. Along the cobbled and bike-filled streets you will find a city which is consistently ranked as being the world's happiest, which helps to make Copenhagen a welcoming and unforgettable location to visit. Nyhavn harbour with its brightly coloured buildings and numerous cafés and eateries is a popular area of the city. The iconic Little Mermaid statue is a must-see for many and is located near Nyhavn, along the waterfront at Kastellet.

Highlights of Copenhagen
  • Visit Tivoli Gardens for a mix of beautiful flora, fun rides and at Christmas time a stunning light display
  • Travel like a local and explore Copenhagen by bike
  • Learn about the history of the city in The National Museum of Denmark
Bergen, Norwayfrom
AU$ 594

Norway's second city, Bergen is an old Hanseatic city, often referred to as 'the gateway to the fjords'. Bergen has been named as a Euopean 'City of Culture' and is also a UNESCO World Heritage site, providing the perfect combination of historical landmarks and modern culture. The city itself is surrounded by seven mountains, a unique trait which adds to the charm of the city. The annual Bergen International Festival is one of the country's most impressive events and adds to Bergen's reputation of being a 'City of Culture'.

Highlights of Bergen
  • Be sure to visit the famous fish markets
  • Experience Norwegian cuisine like never before in 'Colonialen Littersturhuset'
  • Take in one of many cultural events such as The Bergen International Festival
Tallinn, Estoniafrom
AU$ 1299

Estonia's capital city is located on the Baltic Sea, approximately 80 km from Helsinki. The Old Town is a maze of medieval streets and spires and has also been made a UNESCO World Heritage site, helping to preserve the oldest capital city in Northern Europe. Visiting Talinn is like stepping into a modern-day medieval fairytale. Toompea, located on Tallinn's upper side is home to numerous architectural wonders such as the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. Visitors can also expect to find an abundance of canals and beaches in Tallinn.

Highlights of Tallinn
  • Experience the charm of Tallin's Old Town
  • Enjoy a stroll around Kadriorg Park or the Rocca Al Mare Open Air Museum
  • Journey up the Oleviste Church, once the tallest building in the world
Helsinki, Finlandfrom
AU$ 1437

Helsinki is Finland's largest city and is an architecture lovers dream. The city is considered a stronghold of classicism. The townscape is characterized by a further Nouveau architecture. The Scandanavian city has become somewhat of a 'hip' destination, offering unique boutiques, galleries and countless quirky cafés and restaurants Another attraction is the fortress of Suomenlinna, built on several islands in the early 1700's by the Swedish as a form of protection.

Highlights of Helsinki
  • Visit the ‘Fortress of Finland’ to witness military architcure
  • Stop by Esplanade promenade,for great Summer markets
  • Relax at the only remaining public wood fired sauna in Kotiharjun Sauna
Stockholm, Swedenfrom
AU$ 1299

The Swedish capital Of Stockholm is also Scandinavia's largest city. The city of Stockholm is actually a combination of islands connected by approximately 57 bridges. Stockholm is known as being a style capital. Located just 20 minutes away is the impressive Stockholm Archipelago, a collection of approximately 30,000 islands, which is a natural wonder not to be missed. Stockholm also plays host to unique venues such as the ABBA Museum, which provides an interactive musical experience.

Highlights of Stockholm
  • Take in the breathtaking island of the Stockholm Archipelago
  • Visit the worlds first open air museum Skansen
  • Enjoy a unique musical experience at the ABBA Museum
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.

If you require more information then our cruise experts are only a free phone call away. Call today on 1300 887 590 to speak about you options.