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The amazing Norwegian coast

Arctic Norway coast. Photo by Gunder Gabrielsen, Nordnorsk Reiseliv

The vast Norwegian coast –

stretching from the Swedish border in south-east to the Russian border in north-east, may be the most complex land edge on the planet. If you put Norway’s 63,000 miles of fjords, bays, and island shores into a single line, it would circle the planet two and a half times!


Sognefjord cruise. Photo by Rita de Lange, Fjord Travel Norway

The Sognefjord

The larger fjords of western Norway

cut a long way inland. The majestic Sognefjord is Norway’s longest fjord, stretching more than 200 kilometers inland.
Read more about the Norwegian fjords

The best way to experience

the amazing Norwegian coast is definitely by boat, offering you spectacular sights such as the Lofoten islands & the Helgeland coast, fjords, islands, picturesque coastal towns and tiny fishing settlements.
Read more about the Lofoten Islands
Read more about the Helgeland coast

The local Hurtigruten ships

have been cruising along the Norwegian coast for more than a century; a unique combination of cruise ships, public transportation and cargo ships. Hurtigruten has always been important for the people living along the coast.
Read more about authentic Hurtigruten


Bronnoysund, Hurtigruten cruise in Norway. Photo by Orsolya Haarberg, Nordnorsk Reiseliv

Hurtigruten ship in Bronnoysund

How to see the Norwegian coast

We have put together a selection of trips in Norway including Hurtigruten cruises from south to north or from north to south, varying from 1 to 6 nights on board, with Fjord cruises, Flam Railway, Bergen & Oslo, Lofoten Islands, the North Cape. You can also join an amazing Northern Lights cruise, a Christmas cruise or a winter cruise. Read more here


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