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Iceland Cruise

2.775€

About this cruise

Embark on an 18-day cruise adventure in Iceland, starting in Kiel and cruising to Southampton aboard the Queen Anne ship. Explore captivating destinations in Germany, Denmark, and Iceland along the way.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (2.775€) is listed for the accommodation of one person in a double cabin. To get the total cabin cost, multiply this price by two. All subsequent prices are listed for the entire cabin and do not require additional multiplication.

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Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
11/07/2024 - 28/07/2024 4.950€ 6.020€ 6.230€ 15.880€

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
11/07/2024 - 28/07/2024 5.550€ 6.590€ 7.010€ 15.810€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
11/07/2024 - 28/07/2024 5.870€ 6.910€ 7.330€ 16.130€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
11/07/2024 - 28/07/2024 5.870€ 6.910€ 7.330€ 16.130€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Kiel, Germany. Kiel is the state capital of Schleswig-Holstein. In this traditional shipbuilding and naval city, you can take a walk in nature, enjoy the fresh air, and still have all the advantages of a big city. This combination of being close to nature and city life offers the people of Kiel a special quality of life. With its 250,000 inhabitants, Kiel is the center for culture and economy in the region. Residents from the surrounding area come to Kiel specifically to enjoy its diverse cultural scene, including opera and theater stages, concert halls, its own children`s and youth theater, museums, collections, independent cultural institutions, and scene meeting places. Kiel`s flagship event is the annual "Kieler Woche" - the largest sailing festival in the world!.

Day 2: Skagen, Denmark. Skagen is located on the northern tip of Denmark on a peninsula between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. The city is characterized by traditional yellow houses with red roofs. Around the harbor, you will find numerous restaurants and cafes in old warehouses. One of the attractions is the old candy factory. The unique nature and beautiful beaches invite you to relax. The surrounding area is also worth a visit, including Grenen, the place where the North Sea and the Baltic Sea meet, or the largest migrating dune in Denmark: Råbjerg Mile.

Day 3: Sea day.

Day 4: Southampton, England. Southampton is considered the most important port city in England. Despite the almost complete destruction of the old town in the war, there are numerous sights in Southampton. Worth seeing are the city walls and the Bargate Memorial, a medieval gatehouse that used to serve as the main entrance to the city. The city also offers the Seacity Museum, which focuses on the departure of the Titanic from Southampton and its sinking.

Day 5: Sea day.

Day 6: Invergordon, Scotland. Invergordon is the starting point to explore the beautiful Highlands in Scotland. Located about 30 kilometers south of the city is the famous Loch Ness. Here, in the village of Drumnadrochit, one can follow the traces of the Loch Ness Monster, Nessie, or enjoy the breathtaking view of the lake from the ruins of Urquhart Castle. Another attraction is Dunrobin Castle, which is considered the largest in the northern Highlands. Guided tours of the castle`s interior are offered, and visitors should not miss the beautiful garden grounds.

Day 7: Kirkwall (Orkney), Scotland. Kirkwall is the island capital of the Orkney Islands, which are located approximately 10 kilometers north of the Scottish mainland. The city is home to St. Magnus Cathedral, which is impressively large in relation to the rather small Kirkwall. The Bishop`s Palace offers a good view, and the historical museum in Tankerness House displays artifacts from life since the Stone Age and the Vikings until today. Also impressive is the Ring of Brodgar, a stone circle larger than Stonehenge. Visitors should also not miss the Neolithic village of Skara Brae. It was discovered after a storm in 1850 and is remarkably well-preserved, as sand protected the buildings for thousands of years.

Day 8 - 9: Sea day.

Day 10: Reykjavik, Iceland. Reykjavik, the commercial and cultural center of Iceland on the southwest coast of the island, was named after the famous hot springs of Laugardalur, which means "smoking bay". Today, it has about 130,000 inhabitants, which is about 1/3 of the total population. The capital of Iceland offers a wealth of sights. A stroll through the old town leads to the main shopping street Laugavegur and the pedestrian zone, past the historic reception house Höfdi House, where Reagan and Gorbachev met in 1986, to the modern Hallgrimskirkja Church, whose view from the tower offers the best view of the city. On the traces of Icelandic history, you can admire many archaeological finds and relics from the Viking Age in the National Museum, and art enthusiasts can also visit the Einar Jonsson Museum with its sculpture garden.

Day 11: Reykjavik, Iceland. Reykjavik, the commercial and cultural center of Iceland on the southwest coast of the island, was named after the famous hot springs of Laugardalur, which means "smoking bay". Today, it has about 130,000 inhabitants, which is about 1/3 of the total population. The capital of Iceland offers a wealth of sights. A stroll through the old town leads to the main shopping street Laugavegur and the pedestrian zone, past the historic reception house Höfdi House, where Reagan and Gorbachev met in 1986, to the modern Hallgrimskirkja Church, whose view from the tower offers the best view of the city. On the traces of Icelandic history, you can admire many archaeological finds and relics from the Viking Age in the National Museum, and art enthusiasts can also visit the Einar Jonsson Museum with its sculpture garden.

Day 12: Ice fjords (Ísafjörður), Iceland. Ísafjörður is made up of several districts that stretch from the end of the fjord on the north side to the original settlement, where the harbor is located. On the other side of the fjord is the airport, or rather the runway, with a small terminal building. Although the entire northwest fjords are losing inhabitants to more prosperous areas, Ísafjörður is able to retain its citizens and even records slight growth, with a population of 3,500 people today. The town was founded as a settlement of the Hanseatic League and later taken over by the Danes. Ísafjörður is an excellent example of the development of Icelandic architecture. Five houses built in the 18th century are protected monuments in Ísafjörður. The oldest house dates back to the mid-18th century, and the newest is from 1788. Four of the houses are located in Neostikaupstaour and one in Haestikaupstaour. Places of interest: Museum.

Day 13: Akureyri, Iceland. Located at the end of the 90 km long Eyjafjördhur, Akureyri is the largest city in the country outside the capital area with 14,500 inhabitants. Akureyri is the transportation and cultural center of the north. Economic focuses: fish processing, shipyard, export port, and light industry. Akureyri is known for its pleasant climate, meaning little precipitation and warm summers. The fjord location below the up to 1,400 m high mountains and "unusually green" streets contribute to its reputation as the most beautiful city on the island and make one forget that it is only 100 km south of the Arctic Circle. The old district "Fjaran" with nostalgic wooden buildings is located south of the modern city center. Places of interest: Ice Cathedral, Heritage Museum, Nonni House, Botanical Garden.

Day 13: Eyjafjord, Iceland. Eyjafjörður is a picturesque city located in northern Iceland. It is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and the waters of the fjord, making it a captivating destination for nature lovers. The city has a perfect mix of charm and modernity with colorful houses and a bustling city center filled with shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions. Visitors can enjoy a wealth of experiences in Eyjafjörður, from hiking and whale watching to exploring the region`s geothermal wonders.

Day 14 - 15: Sea day.

Day 16: Greenock (Glasgow), Scotland. Just a few kilometers from Glasgow lies the Scottish port city of Greenock. It is surrounded by the Scottish Highlands. In Greenock, there are very good shopping options at the "Braehead Shopping Centre" and at Ikea. Attractions in Glasgow: "Gallery of Modern Art," cathedral, police museum, Mitchell Library, Transport Museum, Tollcross Park, "Scotland Street School Museum".

Day 17: Sea day.

Day 18: Southampton, England. Southampton is considered the most important port city in England. Despite the almost complete destruction of the old town in the war, there are numerous sights in Southampton. Worth seeing are the city walls and the Bargate Memorial, a medieval gatehouse that used to serve as the main entrance to the city. The city also offers the Seacity Museum, which focuses on the departure of the Titanic from Southampton and its sinking.