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Northland Cruise

2.335€

About this cruise

Join a 15-day cruise expedition in Northland, departing from Hamburg on the AIDAprima ship. Discover enchanting destinations in Germany, France, Belgium, Netherlands, and Norway along the way.

Cabin Prices

The cruise price at the top of the page (2.335€) 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.

All prices presented on this website are approximate and do not constitute a public offer. For precise price information, please contact the service provider.

Single Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
22/06/2024 - 06/07/2024 3.950€ 4.530€ 4.940€ -

Double Cabin Price

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
22/06/2024 - 06/07/2024 4.670€ 5.300€ 5.780€ 9.370€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with One Child

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
22/06/2024 - 06/07/2024 - 5.600€ 6.290€ 11.620€

Cabin Price for Two Adults with Two Children

Cruise DateInterior CabinOcean View CabinBalcony CabinSuite
22/06/2024 - 06/07/2024 - - - 11.920€

Cruise Route

Day 1: Hamburg, Germany. Departure time: 18:00. The second largest city in Germany (1.8 million inhabitants) is located on the rivers Elbe and Alster. Because of this location, Hamburg has a dense network of waterways, even more bridges than Venice! The Hanseatic city is one of the most important economic locations in Germany with its seaport and media and cultural center. The contrasting city offers a distinct entertainment culture, which can be experienced in the legendary amusement district of St. Pauli as well as in the musical halls and theaters. The 1,200-year-old city is appreciated not only by culture enthusiasts, but also by scene-goers, as alongside traditional Kontor buildings, buildings with the most modern shops and bars are popping up. Other attractions include "Michel", the entire port area, Jungfernstieg, Reeperbahn, the television tower, Hagenbeck Zoo, Speicherstadt, Mönckebergstraße, Jacobikirche, and the fish market.

Day 2: Sea day.

Day 3: Southampton, England. Arrival time: 09:30. Departure time: 21:30. Duration of port stay: 12 hours. 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 4: Le Havre, France. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 20:00. Duration of port stay: 12 hours. The port "Le Havre de Grace" was founded in 1517 by François I on the right bank of the mouth of the Seine. The waterfront, the beach, and the harbor basins penetrate to the heart of the city. The character of the city is shaped by the mouth of the Seine and the harbor. Le Havre is not only an important commercial port but also has a marina and a bathing beach. The Alabaster Coast with its high chalk cliffs extends from Le Havre northwards to the mouth of the Somme. Always connected to the sea, Le Havre is now the fifth-largest European port. Sights: harbor, town hall, Villa Maritime, Floating Dock, St. Joseph`s Church, St. Roch garden, "Malraux" museum, "Notre Dame Cathedral".

Day 5: Zeebrugge (Flanders), Belgium. Arrival time: 10:00. Departure time: 19:00. Duration of port stay: 9 hours. Zeebrugge, the largest fishing port in Belgium, is connected to the historic mother city of Bruges by a twelve-kilometer canal, where taking a stroll is highly recommended. Along the long beach promenade, numerous cafes invite you to linger. The fish auction hall in the back harbor is one of the largest and most modern in Europe, which can be visited on a harbor tour. Zeebrugge also has a marina that can accommodate around a hundred ships. Places of interest: St. George Memorial, Pierre Vandamme Sea Lock, Diamond Museum, Memling Museum, Our Lady`s Church, Vintage Motorcycle Museum, Minnewater Park, De Halve Maan Brewery.

Day 6: Rotterdam, Netherlands. Arrival time: 08:00. Rotterdam is a port city in the Dutch province of South Holland. The city is one of the cultural centers of the Netherlands and has a modern design. Rotterdam has the largest seaport in Europe. The iconic landmark of the city is the Euromast, with a total height of 185 m. A rotating and completely glazed gondola travels up the mast. From there, you have a fantastic view of the city and the North Sea. The Erasmus Bridge connects the center of Rotterdam with the urban development area. The cable-stayed bridge is especially beautiful due to its elaborate design. Another attraction is the Cathedral of Rotterdam, which was built in the early 20th century.

Day 7: Rotterdam, Netherlands. Departure time: 06:00. Rotterdam is a port city in the Dutch province of South Holland. The city is one of the cultural centers of the Netherlands and has a modern design. Rotterdam has the largest seaport in Europe. The iconic landmark of the city is the Euromast, with a total height of 185 m. A rotating and completely glazed gondola travels up the mast. From there, you have a fantastic view of the city and the North Sea. The Erasmus Bridge connects the center of Rotterdam with the urban development area. The cable-stayed bridge is especially beautiful due to its elaborate design. Another attraction is the Cathedral of Rotterdam, which was built in the early 20th century.

Day 8: Hamburg, Germany. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 18:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. The second largest city in Germany (1.8 million inhabitants) is located on the rivers Elbe and Alster. Because of this location, Hamburg has a dense network of waterways, even more bridges than Venice! The Hanseatic city is one of the most important economic locations in Germany with its seaport and media and cultural center. The contrasting city offers a distinct entertainment culture, which can be experienced in the legendary amusement district of St. Pauli as well as in the musical halls and theaters. The 1,200-year-old city is appreciated not only by culture enthusiasts, but also by scene-goers, as alongside traditional Kontor buildings, buildings with the most modern shops and bars are popping up. Other attractions include "Michel", the entire port area, Jungfernstieg, Reeperbahn, the television tower, Hagenbeck Zoo, Speicherstadt, Mönckebergstraße, Jacobikirche, and the fish market.

Day 9: Sea day.

Day 10: Bergen, Norway. Arrival time: 08:00. Departure time: 16:00. Duration of port stay: 8 hours. Bergen is one of the most charming cities in Norway, not least because of its unique location between seven hills. The city, with a population of 218,000, is the second largest in the country and the capital of the Hordaland County. In 1070, Bishop Olav Kyrre granted Bergen city rights, and in 1217, King Hakon IV declared it the capital of Norway. The oldest and most famous wooden houses in the city can be found on Bryggen, the former Hanseatic wharf. These unique buildings have been included in the UNESCO list of world heritage sites, as one of four sites in Norway. Places of interest include the Hanseatic Museum, Bryggen Museum, Bergenhus Fortress, Mariakirken, Jorgenskirken, and the leprosy museum, as well as the aquarium.

Day 11: Geirangerfjord, Norway. Arrival time: 10:00. Departure time: 16:00. Duration of port stay: 6 hours. The Geirangerfjord is probably the most famous fjord in Norway. The landscape and the view are very impressive. During a kayaking tour, you can admire the beauty of the fjord from the water and also explore the most remote corners of the coast and the waterfalls cascading down the cliffs for hundreds of meters. A hike to the viewpoint Ørnevegen is definitely recommended. From there, you have a breathtaking view of the waterfalls, the fjord, and the unique landscape that makes this area so special.

Day 11: Hellesylt (Sunnylvsfjord), Norway. Arrival time: 18:00. Departure time: 21:00. Duration of port stay: 3 hours. The Norwegian city of Hellesylt is located on the Storfjord (Sunnylvsfjord), directly at the entrance to the large Geirangerfjord. In close proximity is the wild Norangdal with the famous mountains "Slogen", "Smorskredtind", "Skruven", and "Kvitegga". Just 200 m from the ferry dock, the powerful Hellesylt Waterfall rushes over many mighty rocks. Here you can see the cute dipper bird diving.

Day 12: Ålesund, Norway. Arrival time: 07:00. Departure time: 16:00. Duration of port stay: 9 hours. The port city of Ålesund, located on three islands, was rebuilt in the Art Nouveau style after the great fire of 1904. The best view of the city in the sea and the archipelago can be seen from the viewpoint hill "Aksla", which can be reached on foot via 418 steps or more comfortably by car. There is the panoramic restaurant "Fjellstua" located there. The Ålesund Museum offers insight into the city`s history. At the "Atlanterhavs" Park, you can observe the marine creatures of the Atlantic in large seawater aquariums. About 4 km east of the center is the Sunnmøre Museum, which consists of several departments. The Medieval Museum provides an insight into the everyday life of that time, and you can also visit an open-air museum and a boat exhibition with old fishing boats and reconstructed Viking ships. A special nature experience awaits on the popular excursion to the bird island "Runde" southwest of Ålesund. When departing from June to October: Alesund (Norway): 09:45 - 10:00 a.m. & additionally from June to August: Geiranger (Norway): 2:15 - 2:30 p.m. & September to October: Hjorundfjorden (Norway): 12:15 - 3:45 p.m.

Day 13: Stavanger, Norway. Arrival time: 10:00. Departure time: 20:00. Duration of port stay: 10 hours. Norway`s fourth largest city gained its size through herring fishing. At the beginning of the 20th century, it was also home to the world`s largest canning industry. Today, Norway`s oil capital showcases a mixture of Nordic coziness and cosmopolitanism, which can be felt particularly when visiting the fish market. As the city has been spared from any fires, entire neighborhoods with old wooden houses have been preserved. Nearly 200 of these restored white wooden buildings in narrow, steep streets with cobblestones and gas lanterns in the Gamle Stavanger district recall the time of the city`s founding. Attractions: Canning Museum, Valbergturm, Maritime Museum, Utstein Monastery, Lysefjord, Romanesque-Gothic Cathedral.

Day 14: Sea day.

Day 15: Hamburg, Germany. Arrival time: 08:00. The second largest city in Germany (1.8 million inhabitants) is located on the rivers Elbe and Alster. Because of this location, Hamburg has a dense network of waterways, even more bridges than Venice! The Hanseatic city is one of the most important economic locations in Germany with its seaport and media and cultural center. The contrasting city offers a distinct entertainment culture, which can be experienced in the legendary amusement district of St. Pauli as well as in the musical halls and theaters. The 1,200-year-old city is appreciated not only by culture enthusiasts, but also by scene-goers, as alongside traditional Kontor buildings, buildings with the most modern shops and bars are popping up. Other attractions include "Michel", the entire port area, Jungfernstieg, Reeperbahn, the television tower, Hagenbeck Zoo, Speicherstadt, Mönckebergstraße, Jacobikirche, and the fish market.