Breathtaking Sights To See On Your Next Norwegian Cruise

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A cruise to Norway offers stunning fjords, picturesque landscapes, and vibrant cities. Popular stops often include Hellesylt, Stavanger, and the fjords like Geirangerfjord. Check out these must-see landscapes to plan the next time you visit.

Breathtaking Sights To See On Your Next Norwegian Cruise

P&O Iona in Norway
Photo Credit: Sarah Christie Cruising with Kids

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Embark on a visual odyssey as we unveil the captivating wonders awaiting you on your next Norwegian Cruise. From awe-inspiring landscapes to enchanting destinations, your journey promises breathtaking sights at every turn.

Hellesylt The UNESCO Town Split In Two

the stunning waterfall in Hellesylt
Photo Credit: Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids

Hellesylt is a UNESCO-designated treasure gracefully split in two by a majestic waterfall. Nestled at the head of the UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord, Hellesylt is renowned for its breathtaking natural beauty and cultural significance. The village is surrounded by majestic mountains, cascading waterfalls, and verdant landscapes, making it a haven for nature enthusiasts.

Stavanger Is A Different Kind Of Pretty

Øvre Holmegate in Stavanger
Photo Credit: Sarah Christie, Cruising For All

Embark on a captivating stroll through the picturesque streets of Stavanger, where the past meets the present in a tapestry of beauty. Among these charming lanes, Ovre Holmegate stands out as a vibrant gem adorned with a spectrum of colours, quaint cafes, and artistic flair.

The Street Art Of Stavanger

Street art in Stanver in Norway
Photo Credit Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids

Stavanger’s urban canvas comes alive with vibrant hues and imaginative expressions as its streets transform into an open-air gallery of creativity. Discover the heartbeat of the city through its captivating Street Art scene. From colourful murals to thought-provoking graffiti, each stroke tells a story, creating an immersive experience that reflects Stavanger’s dynamic spirit and artistic soul.

The Pretty Port Area In Stavanger

View of port in Stavanger
Photo Credit Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids

The enchanting port area of Stavanger is a picturesque haven where the sea’s beauty meets the city’s charm. With its bustling waterfront bars and cafes, scenic views, and vibrant atmosphere, the port area invites you to indulge in the maritime allure of Stavanger with a selection of tours and a craft market that celebrates the cultural designs of Norway.

Enjoy the Tranquility of Olden

The Village of Olden
The Village of Olden, Photo Credit, Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids

Olden is a picturesque village nestled in the heart of the Nordfjord region in Norway. Surrounded by towering mountains, lush valleys, and pristine waters, Olden is a haven for nature enthusiasts and those seeking tranquility amidst breathtaking landscapes. The village serves as a gateway to some of Norway’s most iconic natural wonders, including the Briksdal Glacier and the stunning Jostedalsbreen National Park.

Marvel At Norways Glacier

The Briksdal Glacier In Norway
The Briksdal Glacier, Photo Credit, Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids

The Briksdal Glacier emerges as a frozen marvel, captivating all who venture near. This iconic glacier, surrounded by majestic mountains and verdant valleys, is a testament to the raw beauty of nature.

The Seven Sisters Waterfall

Seven Sisters Waterfall
Photo Credit: Sarah Christie, Cruising With Kids

The Seven Sisters Waterfall is a stunning natural spectacle located in the Geirangerfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage site in Norway. Named for its captivating display of seven separate streams gracefully descending the mountainous terrain, the waterfall symbolises the country’s breathtaking natural beauty.

Sailing Into Geiranger Fjord

Hazy views of Geirnager Fjord
Photo Credit: Sarah Christie, Cruising with Kids.

Prepare to be spellbound by the sheer majesty of Geiranger Fjord. Nestled amidst Norway’s dramatic landscapes, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a symphony of towering cliffs, cascading waterfalls, and untouched beauty.

Geiranger Fjord View From Eagle Bend

Geiranger fjord view from eagle bend
Geiranger fjord view from eagle bend, Photo Credit: Donna Vallance

Perched on the edge of nature’s masterpiece, Eagle Bend unveils a breathtaking vista of Geiranger Fjord. From this elevated vantage point, the fjord’s majesty unfolds in all its glory – a mesmerizing tapestry of sheer cliffs, lush greenery, and glistening waters.

See More About Stavanger

Stavanger Port on P&O Iona

What to do in Stavanger Cruise Port. A guide to what to do and see and where to find street art.

Also Check Out Geiranger Fjord

Photo Credit, Donna Vallance, Cruising for All

What to do and see on a port day in Geiranger Fjord.

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    Sarah also writes for Mini Travellers Family Travel Blog and Extraordinary Chaos Craft and Lifestyle Blog. Both are award-winning blogs with a travel and family focus. She is married and has two boys, aged 18 and 22, who all love cruising as a family. Nothing is better than waking up every day in a new port with new and exciting things to explore. She aims to share how cruising as a family with young adults is the perfect choice for family travel. Her boys are sporty and love the activities, sports and dining options cruising offers. Sarah has worked with brands such as Walt Disney World, Mark Warner, Ikos Resort, Center Parcs, Laura Ashley, Belling and Next.

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