Trace the legacies of Viking and Celtic clans on this extraordinary 7-night cruise showcasing the pristine natural beauty of Norway’s mighty fjords and the mist-enshrouded peaks of Scotland. Cruise into ports accessible only by small ship and enjoy a specially arranged ride on Norway’s legendary Flåm Railway. Discover the Orkney Islands’ fascinating Neolithic history. During a full day excursion, explore the glens of the Scottish Highlands. Enhance your journey with Edinburgh & Glasgow Optional Extension.
- Nine-day, 7-night cruise from Bergen, Norway to Glasgow, Scotland, featuring Norway’s iconic fjords.
- Explore the Fantoft Stavkirke, a 12th-century wooden stave church, and take a walking tour of Bergen’s historic waterfront.
- Cruise Sognefjord, passing traditional farmsteads and villages flanked by mountains and glaciers.
- Edinburgh and Glasgow Optional Extension.
Day 1 - Depart Home City
Day 2 - Bergen, Norway/Embark Le Champlain
Day 3 - Bergen
Day 4 - Sognefjord/Flåm Railway
Day 5 - Lerwick, Scotland/ Shetland Islands
Day 6 - Kirkwall/Orkney Islands
Day 7 - Kyle of Lochalsh/ Isle of Skye
Day 8 - Oban
Day 9 - Glasgow/Disembark/Return to Home City
Exclusively Chartered, 5-Star Luxury Small Ship
Le Champlain, launched in 2018, ushers in a new generation of 5-star small ships, combining revolutionary design and a new standard of luxury for unparalleled cruising. Dock in smaller ports inaccessible to larger ships, where authentic cultural experiences and majestic scenery await you.
Glasgow and Edinburgh Optional Extension
Discover 2 of Scotland’s greatest cities and their histories of clans, medieval knights, and royal intrigue on a 3-night itinerary that includes visits to Edinburgh and Glasgow. Tour Edinburgh, visit Edinburgh Castle, and see the Crown Jewels of Scotland. Explore the heart of Scotland to see the sites of Trossachs and Loch Katrine. Visit Glasgow and Stirling castles, and the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum. Accommodations are in the ideally located Sheraton Grand Edinburgh.
Optional Extensions are available at an additional cost. Details will be provided with your reservation confirmation.
Flåm Railway, one of the world’s most scenic train routes. This masterpiece of Norwegian engineering—the steepest standard-gauge railway track in Europe, spiraling 2,835 feet—opened to the public in 1940 and travels 13 dramatic miles through 20 tunnels to Myrdal’s mountaintop station.
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