Which Scandinavian cruise is right for you? Here are the best, from 3 hours to 2 weeks long! Many of these Scandinavia cruises are available year-round, some are limited to the summer. Pick your favorite Scandinavian cruise and directly compare cruise length and prices...
A wonderful way to experience Iceland is this 14-hour day tour-and-cruise from Reykjavik. You'll be able to see the Skogarfoss waterfall, Skaftafell National Park, the desert of Skeidarasandur, and the Jokulsarlon Lagoon, along with the Oraefajokull glacier. After the visit to the lagoon, a relaxing boat cruise follows. 14 hours long, around USD $260 / GBP 180.
You want to go cruising around Scandinavia? This cruise is the perfect length for one week in Norway. Ports of call: Kiel, Germany → Geiranger, Norway → Hellesylt, Norway → Bergen, Norway - Stavanger, Norway - Aarhus, Denmark - Kiel. Starting around $970, so it's one of the pricier cruises. Available through Cruise Direct.
Priceline is offering a great deal from Royal Caribbean at the moment: 4 Nights Scandinavian Capitals from $360. The ship is the Vision of the Seas. There is also a cruise vacation for 5 Nights in Norway and one for 7 Nights of Scandinavia. If you go through Priceline.com, Royal Caribbean cruises in Europe start at around $90 per night. All cruises come with a 110% price guarantee so you can be sure they aren't cheaper elsewhere. Make sure to select "Europe - Northern" when you visit the link.
--SOLD OUT-- From around $93 a night, this is a real bargain if you have two weeks! This Scandinavia cruise offers a visit to several countries, including Iceland. Dover (London), England; Bergen, Norway; Alesund, Norway; Lerwick, Shetland Islands, Scotland; Torshavn, Faroe Islands; Reykjavik, Iceland; Greenock, Scotland; Belfast, Northern Ireland; Dublin, Ireland; Dover (London), England. A great 14-night cruise to see the Scandinavian countries.
Starts at just $280! Departs from Copenhagen, Denmark, visiting Berlin, Germany; Oslo, Norway. All cruises come with a 110% price guarantee so you can be sure they aren't cheaper elsewhere. Make sure to select "Europe - Northern" when you visit the link. Selection may change during the season. Available through Priceline.
Among others, Expedia has a 7-night cruise in Scandinavia visiting Copenhagen, Stockholm, the Finnish city of Tallinn, and Russian ports of call. On the Expedia site, go to the cruise section and limit the cruise destination to Europe if there are too many cruises listed. There is a wide variety of cruises available at any time, from several travel sites. Availability depends on the season.
A different type of Scandinavian cruise, but no less fun. Sail from Denmark across the Oresund Strait to Malmo in Sweden. After the 8-hour cruise, you will be driven back from Sweden to Denmark across the famous Oresund Bridge. From the water you will gain a wonderful view of Kronborg Castle and the coastlines of Denmark and Sweden.