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Autumn Fjordland
Astoria Cruise & Maritime Voyages 09 October 2020 9 Nights
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Book Cruises from Hull at Cruise Direct. A cruise from Hull is the perfect choice for anyone wanting to explore northern Europe, but you can also choose to tour the UK coastline from this easily accessible port. You can cruise from Hull using a range of leading providers including Cruise & Maritime, who sail to Germany, Scandinavia, Russia, Scotland and Ireland. Hull is well connected to the main road and rail links so a cruise from Hull easy to get to from most UK locations, and the port is one of the UK’s busiest. Anyone leaving on a cruise from Hull can take advantage of the plentiful parking and excellent facilities before boarding. By Rail: Take the train to Hull Paragon Railway Station, which is well connected to most UK cities. From there a regular bus service is available to take you to the dock. By Car: Drive the city centre and follow the clearly marked sign posts for King George Dock & Ferries to reach your cruise from Hull.
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A Romanesque cathedral and old medieval lanes blend beautifully with Stavanger's modern city and spectacular countryside. In 872, when Harald Fairhair won the Battle of Hafrsfjord near Stavanger, he united Norway for the first time. Huge harvests of brisling, herring and sardines have made the key of a sardine can the city symbol. Today, the town is the center of Norway's oil industry, and has become one of the country's most cosmopolitan cities.
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The tiny village lies hemmed in on three sides by the towering walls of the longest and narrowest fjord in Europe, the Aurlandsfjord. Flåm's appeal is its magnificent surroundings, ranging from fertile farmland to crystal-clear streams and towering mountains. Flåm is also the terminus of one of the most exciting train rides in the world - the Flåm Railway. Climbing 2,850 feet in just 12 miles, past cascading waterfalls and through 20 tunnels blasted out of towering mountains, the journey offers incredible views and thrills. The Flåm Railway operates year-round - a great tourist attraction during the summer and a local lifeline during the deep winter months.
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The tiny village lies hemmed in on three sides by the towering walls of the longest and narrowest fjord in Europe, the Aurlandsfjord. Flåm's appeal is its magnificent surroundings, ranging from fertile farmland to crystal-clear streams and towering mountains. Flåm is also the terminus of one of the most exciting train rides in the world - the Flåm Railway. Climbing 2,850 feet in just 12 miles, past cascading waterfalls and through 20 tunnels blasted out of towering mountains, the journey offers incredible views and thrills. The Flåm Railway operates year-round - a great tourist attraction during the summer and a local lifeline during the deep winter months.
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Bergen was one of the great Hanseatic ports, and this maritime heritage is recalled by the 900-year-old Bryggen Wharf, with its splendid museum. The Bryggen is a delight to explore: its narrow streets climb away from the waterfront, lined by interesting shops, colourful half-timbered houses and cobbled stairways, with alleyways and tiny open spaces that beg to be explored. In summer months every spare corner seems to be filled with pots and containers overflowing with colourful flowers that fill the air with perfume. Bergen is framed by seven magnificent hills, the highest of which can be reached by a funicular railway. From the top there are spectacular views down to the harbourside, where cafés, bars and restaurants welcome visitors from around the world. Bergen was the home of Norway’s most famous composer, Edvard Grieg, and the Troldhaugen is a museum devoted to his life and work, including an exhibition centre, shop and café.
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Book Cruises from Hull at Cruise Direct. A cruise from Hull is the perfect choice for anyone wanting to explore northern Europe, but you can also choose to tour the UK coastline from this easily accessible port. You can cruise from Hull using a range of leading providers including Cruise & Maritime, who sail to Germany, Scandinavia, Russia, Scotland and Ireland. Hull is well connected to the main road and rail links so a cruise from Hull easy to get to from most UK locations, and the port is one of the UK’s busiest. Anyone leaving on a cruise from Hull can take advantage of the plentiful parking and excellent facilities before boarding. By Rail: Take the train to Hull Paragon Railway Station, which is well connected to most UK cities. From there a regular bus service is available to take you to the dock. By Car: Drive the city centre and follow the clearly marked sign posts for King George Dock & Ferries to reach your cruise from Hull.
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