WMT’s Norway Cruise

Dates: June 15-July 3, 2025

Embark on an exhilarating adventure with our Norway Cruise! This trip offers you a unique opportunity to discover the charm of Norway's most enchanting cities including Bergen, known for its breathtaking fjords; Trondheim, a city teeming with historical landmarks; Honningsvag, the gateway to the captivating North Cape; and Tromso, located north of the Arctic Circle. But that's not all! You'll also have the chance to witness the mesmerizing phenomenon of the Midnight Sun, where the sun doesn't set for an entire day. So, grab your luggage and gear up for this unforgettable journey. Together, we'll create memories that will last a lifetime.

Email Lori Nietert or call 319-393-1359 to receive the brochure.

Sunday, June 15: Depart USA
We depart home for our overnight flight to England to begin our beautiful adventure.

Monday, June 16: Arrive in London, England
We have a free day and overnight in London to explore wide variety of historic sites and national landmarks in this wonderful city.

 Tuesday, June 17: London-board the ship
We will have a relaxing morning and then will transfer to our ship. Spend time exploring your “home” for the next 14 nights before this evening’s dinner. (B,D)

Wednesday, June 18: At Sea
Relax at sea this day. Take time to explore the many onboard activities. From cooking demonstrations to dance classes, trivia contests and more, you are sure to find something entertaining to do. Or if you prefer, enjoy the sights and relax with a good book or watch a movie under the stars. (B,L,D)

Thursday, June 19: Bergen
Bergen has played a crucial role in Norwegian history and culture since year 1070. Perched between the sea and seven hills, Bergen has witnessed Vikings setting sail on voyages of exploration, trade and war. In the Middle Ages, its old port was a major trading hub. The city retains much of its 18th- and 19th-century charm. Visitors to Bergen will encounter a city that offers a heady blend of natural beauty, history and culture. (B,L,D)

Friday, June 20: Olden
By the mid-19th century, European travelers were cruising the waters of the Nordfjord and visiting the village of Olden. The Romantic Movement inspired this new taste for dramatic landscape - and Norway had plenty of dramatic landscape. Then as now, travelers were impressed, moved, and  frequently overwhelmed by the stark contrast between peaceful rural farmsteads and a towering wilderness of mountain peaks and glaciers. (B,L,D)

Saturday, June 21: At Sea
The day is yours to enjoy! Customize your cruise experience with taking a class on dancing, cooking, ceramics, photography and more. Sit in on the ship's book club in the onboard library or an art appreciation lesson. Many options are available for you today. (B,L,D)

Sunday, June 22: Svolvaer
Svolvær is nicely located between mountains and sea and is the largest town in the Lofoten islands with almost 5000 inhabitants. Atlantic Cod fisheries, particularly during winter months, have remained one of the most important economical foundations for the town. (B,L,D)

Monday, June 23: At Sea
What do you want to do today? You have the freedom to choose from an endless selection of activities tailored to suit your unique optional onboard experience. For something physical, take an exercise class at the gym, practice your putt on the green, play some basketball or relax with a massage. (B,L,D)

Tuesday, June 24: Honningsvag (for North Cape)
Honningsvag is your gateway to Norway's North Cape on Magerøya Island. This is the northernmost point in Europe, and the true land of the midnight sun. From mid-May to July, the full disc of the sun never dips below the horizon. To the north lies only the remote group of islands and the polar ice cap of the North Pole. From the cliffs of North Cape, perched 1,000 feet above the Arctic Ocean, one stares into the arctic silence. (B,L,D)

Wednesday, June 25: Alta
Alta is known as the "City of the Northern Lights" and people from around the world come here to watch the spectacular phenomenon known as the Aurora Borealis in the dark months. Alta is the gateway to unspoiled beauties such as the Finnmarksvidda plateau and the Sautso, often called Northern Europe's Grand Canyon. From the UNESCO-protected rock carvings at the Alta Museum to the fascinating Sami culture, Alta is a tantalizing treasure just waiting to be discovered. (B,L,D)

Thursday, June 26: Tromso
Lying north of the Arctic Circle, Tromsø has been a departure point for Arctic explorers and hunters since the 18th century. Today, this town of some 50,000 individuals is home to the northernmost university in the world, which gives Tromsø a lively cultural and street scene, highlighted by the annual Midnight Sun Marathon. Ride the cable car to the summit of Mt. Storsteinen for dramatic views of Tromsø city and Troms Island. Maybe grab a refreshment at the panoramic restaurant. (B,L,D)

Friday, June 27: At Sea
Perhaps today you will try a new restaurant. Or maybe today is your lucky day in the state-of-art casino. (B,L,D) 

Saturday, June 28: Trondheim
Trondheim is the third largest - and second oldest - city in Norway. The town was originally called Kaupangen upon its founding in 997 A.D.  The city commands the trade routes linking Southern Norway with the fjord lands to the north. Trondheim quickly became a major commercial and cultural center - the city served as Norway's royal capital. Trondheim's old city features broad avenues and attractive 17th-century wood buildings. (B,L,D)

Sunday, June 29: Andalsnes
Nestled between the deep-blue Romsdalsfjord and stunning mountain scenery, the mountaineering capital of Åndalsnes makes a natural starting point for activities and attractions. The valley area reveals a world of waterfalls, steep mountains, magnificent bridges and the emerald, green Rauma River. A breathtaking ride along the Atlantic Ocean Road offers one surprise after another as it takes you right out to and over the ocean's edge. (B,L,D) 

Monday, June 30: At Sea
Why not peruse the ship’s extensive art gallery or attend an art history lecture highlighting some of the world’s greatest masters. And don’t miss the exciting Champagne art auctions, where you can bid on keepsakes of your own. (B,L,D)

Tuesday, July 1: Edinburgh, Scotland
Edinburgh is the political, commercial and cultural heart of Scotland. Nestled between the Highlands and the Border Hills, Edinburgh is a gracious city noted for its superb skyline, its impressive collection of architecture and its beautiful parks. The streets of the elegant New Town are lined with graceful Georgian buildings, and to stroll the streets of Edinburgh is to experience one of the world's great cities. (B,L,D)

Wednesday, July 2: At Sea
Your last opportunity for browsing the lovely onboard shops, time for that last keepsake purchase. (B,L,D) 

Thursday, July 3: London, England-return home
Upon disembarking our beautiful ship, we will transfer to the airport for our flight home. We leave with beautiful photos, amazing memories and new friends! (B)

Included Highlights: 

  • Fully-escorted tour with Travel Leaders/Destinations Unlimited’s Lori Nietert
  • Airport transfers ($128 per person value)
  • Baggage handling
  • 17-night hotel/cruise accommodations
  • All meals onboard ship
  • Shipboard entertainment
  • 48 meals: 17 Breakfast (B), 15 Lunches (L), 16 dinners (D)
  • Wifi onboard ($240 per person value)
  • Beverage Package onboard ($3600 per person value)
  • Crew tips & gratuity onboard ($256 per person value)
  • Taxes, fees and port expenses ($200 per person value)
  • Room Service deliver onboard
  • Unlimited Juice Bar
  • 2 fitness classes
  • 2 premium desserts

Not Included:

  • Airfare
  • Shore excursions
  • Passport
  • Personal items
  • Meals or beverages not listed in itinerary
  • Tips and Gratuities on land or on excursions
  • Travel Insurance

Contact Lori Nietert today to receive a brochure on this tour!  Lori@duagency.com or 319-393-1359

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