Norway, that big, beautiful country that takes up the western half of the Scandinavian peninsula, is an amazing place to visit.
However, since two-thirds of the country is mountainous and much of Norway is only accessible through a ferry system, exploring Norway is best done by cruise.
A few of my favorite ways to cruise Norway are:
- aboard Hurtigruten’s Norwegian Costal Express that travels along the coast, following the country’s mail route,
- aboard Quark Expeditions where travelers can explore some of Norway’s archipelagos,
- and, for a family friendly approach, aboard Disney Cruise Line, where travelers can explore Norway in full Frozen style.
In a recent blog post, Dayna Engberg, tells of another way to cruise Norway, aboard Holland America.
In post, Engberg lists a few of her favorite Holland America ports such as Oslo, where travelers can visit he Bygdøy peninsula or the eclectic neighborhood of Grünerløkka; the Norwegian Riveria town of Stavanger; and the charming village of Flåm.
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