Cruises to Northern Europe

Our Northern Europe cruises introduce you to welcoming towns and cities, many with intriguing medieval roots. You can also explore dramatic Scandinavian landscapes of geysers, fjords and glaciers under summer’s Midnight Sun.

Northern Europe and Scandanavia Cruises 2023, 2024, and 2025

Norway And Northern Lights, 12 nights, Oct 27 2023

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Kiel To Southampton, 3 nights, Aug 3 2023

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Amsterdam, 4 nights, Sep 15 2023

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Amsterdam, Bruges And Hamburg, 7 nights, jan 2 2025

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Hamburg Short Break, 4 nights, Jan 5 2025

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Spain And Portugal, 7 nights, Mar 1 2025

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Hamburg Short Break, 4 nights, Jan 7 2024

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Cities Of Western Europe, 7 nights, Apr 28 2024

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Hamburg Short Break, 4 nights, May 12 2024

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Northern Europe destinations

Copenhagen, Denmark

Founded in the 12th century, Copenhagen is strikingly modern and richly traditional in equal measure, bringing you the ramparts of Hamlet’s Elsinore along with the latest in Scandinavian design style.

Gothenburg, Sweden

Sweden's second city is a pleasant whirl of parks and canals, and proud maritime traditions. The grand Maritime Museum celebrates this, and even its modern opera house resembles a classic ocean liner.

Andalsnes, Norway

Not far from the idyllic Andalsnes, you’ll locate a unique curiosity: the “Troll Wall,” which features immense grassy cliffs forming Europe's highest vertical mountain face. An amazing natural wonder.

Oslo, Norway

Oslo is the oldest and least populous capital in all Scandinavia, with superb theaters, great cafés, and excellent shopping, as well as a magnificent selection of churches, palaces, parks and museums.

Belfast, Northern Ireland

Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, enjoys a wonderful setting of high hills, sea lough, and river valley. Founded in the 17th century, the city prospered to become a world-leading industrial center.

Overcoming much of its recent political turbulence, Belfast has emerged as a vibrant destination of beautiful Victorian buildings, stylish boutiques, and charming old pubs.

Ísafjörður, Iceland

Few regions are as wild and unspoiled as Iceland’s Westfjords. The landscape is dramatic and approaching by sea offers the perfect chance to absorb the scenery before setting foot on land.

Embrace local life in Ísafjörður town or visit the charming nearby village of Flateyri. Further afield you can sail to Vigur, home to Iceland’s last remaining windmill, where time has seemingly stood still.

Featured Northern Europe cruises

Northern Europe Cruises Special Offers

Enjoy our limited-time offers on our Northern Europe cruises. Whether you choose to sail through the dramatic fjords or venture on a timeless voyage to Hamburg, a European voyage aboard a Cunard Queen promises unforgettable moments.

Be inspired

Northern Europe is a place of ancient myths, stunning scenery, and breathtaking adventure. Here are some of our favorite places to visit, presented to you for exploration from home.

A Lofoten island escape

Found well within the Arctic Circle, these Norwegian islands are home to soaring mountain peaks, charming fishing villages, and exciting Viking history.

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Starry, starry night

Join John Maclean, astronomer and award-winning astrophotographer, on an exploration of the sought-after sights of the mysterious aurora borealis.

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An Icelandic odyssey

Explore a land of fire and ice, of thundering waterfalls and dense forest, mirrored lakes, and snow-capped mountains. Iceland is truly a land of legend.

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