12N Norway & Northern Lights - P&O

Southampton, At Sea, Andalsnes, Norway, Tromso, Norway, Alta, Norway, Stavanger, Norway

We get the odd glimpse of the Northern Lights here at home, but Norway is where they truly sparkle. And there’s no better way to experience their iridescent beauty than from the deck of one of our ships. Aurora Borealis is most likely to be visible between September and April, so this type of cruise is made for winter months, giving you the best chance to view Mother Nature's very own light show. And to add to the spectacle, you can also marvel at Norway’s mighty fjords.

Cruise Ship

Aurora / Arcadia

Departure Dates

2019
Nov
3, 26
2020
Feb
28,
Mar
11,
Oct
6

From

£1349

  • Prices are in British Pound on twin sharing basis, exclude associated taxes. Prices are subject to change without prior notice. Other terms and conditions apply.

Day 1 - Southampton

Known as the cruise capital of Europe, Southampton plays host to over four million visitors a year and boasts an impressive cultural offering, from museums, music venues and art galleries, to award winning parks and the general hustle and bustle of a diverse city with fantastic shopping facilities.

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Day 2-3 - At Sea

Enjoy cruise at Sea.

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Day 4 - Andalsnes, Norway

Near the mouth of Rauma River, Andalsnes offers charming restaurants and gift shops. It’s close to some of Norway’s most iconic mountains. If hiking or climbing appeals, head for the Romsdalseggen ridge. Keep a look out for Mardalsfossen (one of Europe’s tallest waterfalls), and see the famous Trollveggen (Troll Wall) - a spectacular cliff face.

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Day 5 - At Sea

Enjoy cruise at Sea.

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Day 6-7 - Tromso, Norway

(Overnight) is easy to make the most of a day in Norway’s most northerly city and cruise port Tromsø because, in summer, the ‘midnight sun’ shines around the clock. The best way to see its full glory is to take a cable car 480 metres up to the top of Mount Storsteinen, which affords spectacular views out over the city to the surrounding mountains. The launchpad for many Polar expeditions, Tromsø lies 400 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle and, if you are fascinated by the world of snow and ice, the city’s Polaria Science Museum is the place to find out all about it. Within its iceberg-shaped walls, you can meet the local wildlife at a vast aquarium, experience an Arctic snowstorm or take a virtual trek through the frozen wilderness to encounter polar bears and see the mystical Northern Lights. And, if the experience leaves you thirsty, you’re in luck; Tromsø has more bars than anywhere else in Norway!

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Day 7-9 - Alta, Norway

(Overnight) Alta rightly claims the title of ‘The town of the Northern Lights’. The world’s first Northern Lights observatory was built here back in 1899. Look forward to snow mobile safaris, dog sledging and a warm and friendly welcome.

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Day 10 - At Sea

Enjoy cruise at Sea.

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Day 11 - Stavanger, Norway

Steeped in Norse history, Stavanger has been dubbed the ‘Cradle of the Vikings’. Remnants can be found here dating back to 872 AD. It’s also known as Norway’s gastronomic capital. Unsurprising then that you’ll find a host of restaurants, cafés and coffee shops, all serving the very best in Norwegian cuisine.

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Day 12 - At Sea

Enjoy cruise at Sea.

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Day 13 - Southampton

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  • Port arrival and departure times are approximate.
  • 2020 Sailings: Exclusively for adults.