Cruise offers close and long looks at Norway’s fjords

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Cruise offers close and long looks at Norway’s fjords

People walk by the historic buildings of Bryggen, the old wharf area of Bergen, Norway. Unlike cruises that spend long periods at sea between ports, a trip through Norway’s fjords provides ever-changing scenery.
An aerial view of the city of Alesund, Norway, viewed from Mount Aksla. Alesund was rebuilt in the Art Nouveau style of architecture after a devastating fire in 1904.
Old farmhouses with grass-covered roofs along a road near Hellesylt, Norway. A trip on a cruise ship in spring and summer provides a close view of the high cliffs that tower over the narrow inlets.
The visitor center atop the North Cape in Norway viewed from a passing cruise ship. The North Cape is known as Europe’s northernmost point reachable by car.
The Norwegian Petroleum Museum in Stavanger, Norway. The museum offers interactive exhibits on Norway’s oil industry.

Cruise offers close and long looks at Norway’s fjords

People walk by the historic buildings of Bryggen, the old wharf area of Bergen, Norway. Unlike cruises that spend long periods at sea between ports, a trip through Norway’s fjords provides ever-changing scenery.
An aerial view of the city of Alesund, Norway, viewed from Mount Aksla. Alesund was rebuilt in the Art Nouveau style of architecture after a devastating fire in 1904.
Old farmhouses with grass-covered roofs along a road near Hellesylt, Norway. A trip on a cruise ship in spring and summer provides a close view of the high cliffs that tower over the narrow inlets.
The visitor center atop the North Cape in Norway viewed from a passing cruise ship. The North Cape is known as Europe’s northernmost point reachable by car.
The Norwegian Petroleum Museum in Stavanger, Norway. The museum offers interactive exhibits on Norway’s oil industry.
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