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In Search of the Northern Lights2019-05-27T17:58:20+00:00
13 Days
In Search of the Northern Lights - London ↔ Bergen
Multiple Dates: Jan - Mar 2020
Veranda starting from:
NOW $6,199 CAD
w/ Reduced Air Extra Cost*, Taxes & Fees Included
Last Chance Save Big!
Plus, Past Guests get an EXTRA $800 OFF/Cabin

INCLUDES

Receive Reduced Airfare from only $999 & Free Transfers (airport & ship)

PLUS:

  • FREE Guided Tours
  • FREE Wi-Fi
  • FREE Specialty dining
  • FREE Beer, wine & soft drinks with onboard lunch & dinner
  • FREE 24-hour specialty coffees, teas & bottled water
  • FREE Shipboard Credit (up to $1,000 USD/cabin)
  • Government taxes & fees

PLUS:

  • 24-hour room service
  • Access to top-rated spa & state-of-the-art fitness center
  • Self-service launderette
  • Inclusions worth over $400/couple per day

Hurry! This voyage is Selling-Out Fast.

Cruise Connections Specials/person (CAD)
w/ Reduced Airfare Extra Cost* | INCLUDES:  Free Guided Tours, Free Wi-Fi, Taxes & Fees
Date Destinations Veranda
(Starting from)
Economy Air
(per person / price from)


Jan 10, 2020 London to Bergen $6,199 $999

BOOK NOW
SPECIAL CRUISE FARES, PLUS AIR FROM $999 CAD PER PERSON

on Our Most Popular Sailings Expires May 31, 2019

Jan 22, 2020 Bergen to London
$6,199 $999
Feb 3, 2020 London to Bergen $6,199 $999
Feb 15, 2020 Bergen to London $6,499 $999
Feb 27, 2020 London to Bergen $6,499 $999
Mar 10, 2020 Bergen to London $7,099 $999
Air offer applies to select Canadian gateways. Air offer may vary across gateways and itineraries. Call for details.

London to Bergen

1

London (Tilbury), England Straddling the Thames River, London bustles with lively culture and royal glamour.

2

Cruise the North Sea The North Sea has been central to Europe’s history, from Viking voyages to oil drilling.

3

Stavanger, Norway Stavanger’s Old Town has Europe’s highest concentration of 17th- and 18th-century wooden buildings.

4

Cruise the Norwegian Sea The Norwegian Sea has been culturally important to Northern Europeans for centuries.

5

Bodø, Norway Just north of the Arctic Circle, discover the charms and magnificent setting of the lovely city of Bodø.

6

Tromsø, Norway Tromsø boasts the stunning Arctic Cathedral and world’s northernmost botanical garden.

7

Tromsø, Norway Northern Norway’s second largest city, Tromsø enjoys a spectacular island setting.

8

Alta, Norway Alta is the gateway to some of Europe’s most magnificent natural beauty.

9

Alta, Norway Alta’s ancient rock carvings, by the Komsa people, date back as far as 4200 BC.

10

Narvik, Norway Narvik enjoys a dramatic backdrop, encircled by mountains in every direction.

11

Cruise the Norwegian Sea It was once believed that the Norwegian Sea lay at the edge of the world.

12

Bergen, Norway Bergen, with its historic Bryggen wharf, exudes the quaint character of a fishing village.

13

Bergen, Norway Scenic Bergen is nestled amid snow-capped mountains, magnificent fjords and a glacier.

Bergen to London

1

Bergen, Norway Bergen, with its historic Bryggen wharf, exudes the quaint character of a fishing village.

2

Bergen, Norway Once a Hanseatic League trading port, the ancient city of Bergen has deep Viking roots.

3

Cruise the Norwegian Sea The Norwegian Sea has been culturally important to Northern Europeans for centuries.

4

Narvik, Norway Narvik enjoys a dramatic backdrop, encircled by mountains in every direction.

5

Alta, Norway Alta is the gateway to some of Europe’s most magnificent natural beauty.

6

Alta, Norway Alta’s ancient rock carvings, by the Komsa people, date back as far as 4200 BC.

7

Tromsø, Norway Tromsø boasts the stunning Arctic Cathedral and world’s northernmost botanical garden.

8

Tromsø, Norway Northern Norway’s second largest city, Tromsø enjoys a spectacular island setting.

9

Bodø, Norway Just north of the Arctic Circle, discover the charms and magnificent setting of the lovely city of Bodø.

10

Cruise the Norwegian Sea It was once believed that the Norwegian Sea lay at the edge of the world.

11

Stavanger, Norway Stavanger’s Old Town has Europe’s highest concentration of 17th- and 18th-century wooden buildings.

12

Cruise the North Sea The North Sea has been central to Europe’s history, from Viking voyages to oil drilling.

13

London (Tilbury), England Straddling the Thames River, London bustles with lively culture and royal glamour.

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