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Embark the M/S Stockholm and head towards the beautiful passage of Alversund. During your adventure along the Norwegian coast, you can hope to visit some of the following places:
Upon reaching Ålesund, explore this small town, built in a true Art Nouveau style, enjoying its delightfully decorated facades, towers, and pinnacles.
Get to know the majestic Storfjorden and pay a visit to the UNESCO-protected Geirangerfjorden, which is characterized by deep-blue water and lush mountain plains with beautiful waterfalls.
This deserted fishing village is now popular with summer guests. Its original and colorful wooden buildings are well preserved. Visit the beautiful church and pass by the small and very dramatically situated lighthouse.
On your way north, sail past famous natural attractions like the mountain peaks known as the Seven Sisters, followed by Torghatten – a rock with a big hole that the ice sheet once created, or according to the legend, the hole a giant created in despair from a broken heart.
Kjerringøy is a real gem on the Norwegian coast. Here, encounter a diverse landscape of mountains, white sandy beaches, and small farming communities, but the island is most famous for its old trading post. This is a unique heritage consisting of 15 well-preserved houses, which gives the visitor a great insight into what it was like to live in this northern trading town in the 1800s.
Visit the picturesque fishing village of Reine. This charming village with characteristic wooden houses overlooks Kirkefjord with high mountain tops in the background. It is not difficult to see why it was once voted Norway’s most beautiful place.
Nusfjord is a well-preserved and authentic fishing community with a focus on cod fishing. The village is part of UNESCO’s World Heritage list of unique wooden houses with a charming old-fashioned shop well worth a visit. Sail further along what is known as the Lofoten wall. In the evening, enter magical Trollfjorden and later set course towards Tromsø.
In Tromsø, visit the prestigious Polar Museum and learn more about the first polar explorers, who went north to seek fame and fortune. The city is known as Paris of the North, which derives from its vast cultural offerings.