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MSC Cruises Norwegian fjords: 14 nights from Hamburg with MSC Preziosa
20/06/2025

Germany, Norway, Svalbard

from $3,615.97
Price per person incl. taxes
Norwegian fjords with MSC Preziosa from $3,615.97
Price per person incl. taxes

Cruise itinerary
Departure Port: Hamburg ➞ Landing: Hamburg

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    Friday, 20 June 2025 - 07:00
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    Sunday, 22 June 2025 07:00 - 05:00
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    Monday, 23 June 2025 09:00 - 06:00
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    Thursday, 26 June 2025 07:00 - 04:00
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    Friday, 27 June 2025 11:00 - 11:59
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    Saturday, 28 June 2025 12:01 - 05:00
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    Saturday, 28 June 2025 10:00 - 06:00
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    Sunday, 29 June 2025 07:00 - 04:00
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    Monday, 30 June 2025 10:00 - 07:00
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    Wednesday, 2 July 2025 08:00 - 06:00
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Hamburg

Hamburg

Hamburg is without a doubt the best city in Europe for seeing unique bridges. Its tourist sites are characterised by the typical bohemian style of the sailors and its port.

Just behind Berlin in terms of size and population, the city of Hamburg is home to one of the largest ports in Europe. You will understand why it is know as the 'Venice of the North', when you explore its many canals and waterways. Do not forget to take a trip to the fish market and to the merchants' district, where you will find unique architecture and impressive red brick buildings. Having a delicious dinner by the river or spending a night in the university district is a must.
Hamburg is a destination with many tourist attractions, especially its ancient port and the exclusive lake located in the city centre.
You should also be sure to visit the renowned Kunsthalle (north of the Hauptbahnhof). The Kunsthalle houses an art collection of international importance, covering everything from medieval portraits to 20th century minimalism.
The Rathaus, a neo-Renaissance style building, is home to Hamburg's city hall. When Parliament is not in session, several guided tours are available.
There are also big exhibitions and historical events that are great for tourists.

Stavanger

Stavanger

Stavanger is a Norwegian city in Rogaland County and its origins are said to be dated back to 10.000 years ago. It received the status of “city” in XII Century and it was in the same period that it became a bishopric, acquiring a big religious power. The city lost this role after the Protestant Reform in 1536. Stavanger lived an economic boom at the end of 60’s: this area became an important base for oil extractions in the North Sea.
Stavanger is a very active cultural city and it was chosen as European Cultutural Capital in 2008.
Stavanger is a well-known touristic resort due to its breath-taking landscapes of the city and the neighbouring areas. You can’t miss out the Preikestolen, a rock 604 metres high where you can enjoy an amazing view and that is visited every year by more and more tourists.
The city is lively and rich of attractions for your leisure time: there are plenty of restaurants, bars and sops. The city centre is quite small and it’s better to visit it by foot to enjoy the positive atmosphere to the fullest. Visiting Stavanger on a cruise to Northern Europe is one of the best ways to benefit from the landscape and for having a direct contact with nature.

Alesund

Alesund

Alesund is a seaport, known for its extraordinary collection of Art Nouveau architecture. Come here to see a huge variety of creative decorations on the fronts of the buildings. Climb the 418 steps to the top of Mount Aksla and you will be rewarded with an unforgettable view.

Ålesund is a natural starting point for an active holiday with a beautiful coastline and cliffs, deep valleys, fjords and spectacular mountains. It is also a great place for children, offering a series of exciting experiences for the whole family, from seeing the fish and penguins at the Atlanterhavsparken aquarium, to the exciting Barnas Lekeland Children's Playland, to travelling back in time at the open-air Sunnmøre Museum or the Nouveau Art Centre.

Longyearbyen

Longyearbyen

Honningsvåg

Honningsvåg

Honningsvåg

Honningsvåg

Hammerfest

Hammerfest

Tromsoe

Tromsoe

Tromsø is the biggest city in Northern Norway and one of the most populated. It is situated about 350 km far from the Arctic Circle. The city centre develops in an isle called Tromsøya, while the population lives on the mainland, Tromsdalen, which can be reached thanks to bridges that confer the city a peculiar character. The area where Tromsø was established, has been inhabited since the Glacial Era. During the Middle Age, the Sami settled down here and it was in this period that Tromsø became a frontier town with Russia.
Due to the proximity with the Arctic Circle, it is possible to enjoy natural spectacles such as midnight sun, that happens during the period of Summer Solstice and that is the reason why the night does not fall. Tromsø is a touristic destination mainly for the phenomenon of the Aurora Borealis: between the end of September and the end of March, it is possible to enjoy this natural enchantment that attracts visitors from all over the world that are not afraid of the low temperatures, as it is really worthy. Photography lovers will find their ideal dimension and will take back home their photographic trophies.
Tromsø is a university city and many local and foreign students populate the city. In the city centre, it is possible to visit a museum that collects relics from the expeditions towards the Arctic Circle. The majority of these expeditions started in Tromsø.
Tromsø is also an important port for the cruise market. It is a stop-over for the Cruises to Norwegian Fjords, whose passengers can enjoy their beauty. In Spring and Summer, the only period where you can cruise along this area, the valley are painted in a shiny green and are a real spectacle to enjoy on board of a cruise ship.

Leknes

Leknes

Bergen

Bergen

Surrounded by seven hills and seven fjords, Bergen is a beautiful, charming city with beauty and entertainment for all tastes. With the bustling port of Vågen as its centrepiece, Bergen climbs up the hills with hundreds of timber-clad houses, while cable cars offer splendid views from above. Great museums, friendly people and a dynamic cultural life make Bergen a popular destination in recent times, also thanks to the surrounding natural beauty. The wonderful natural beauties of this region will leave you speechless. HardangerFjord, Sognefjord and Geirangerfjord are similar if we consider some aspects such as: steep walls of crystal- clear rock plummeting with sublime force directly into the sea, often decorated with waterfalls and small farms that blend harmoniously with the natural landscape.
Hamburg

Hamburg

Hamburg is without a doubt the best city in Europe for seeing unique bridges. Its tourist sites are characterised by the typical bohemian style of the sailors and its port.

Just behind Berlin in terms of size and population, the city of Hamburg is home to one of the largest ports in Europe. You will understand why it is know as the 'Venice of the North', when you explore its many canals and waterways. Do not forget to take a trip to the fish market and to the merchants' district, where you will find unique architecture and impressive red brick buildings. Having a delicious dinner by the river or spending a night in the university district is a must.
Hamburg is a destination with many tourist attractions, especially its ancient port and the exclusive lake located in the city centre.
You should also be sure to visit the renowned Kunsthalle (north of the Hauptbahnhof). The Kunsthalle houses an art collection of international importance, covering everything from medieval portraits to 20th century minimalism.
The Rathaus, a neo-Renaissance style building, is home to Hamburg's city hall. When Parliament is not in session, several guided tours are available.
There are also big exhibitions and historical events that are great for tourists.