Thursday, January 7, 2010
Hurtigruten's new summer specials: Norwegian Fjords for up to 20% off!
Hurtigruten Presents New Summer Specials: Explore the Norwegian fjords for up to 20% off.
Hurtigruten is offering prospective travellers the chance to save up 20% on selected sailings and categories for our spectacular Classic Round Voyage. The special is available for bookings made from 01JAN10 up until 31MAR10 for departures from May through to September 2010. Prices start from £1,244.
The Classic Round Voyage begins in Bergen, the cultural gateway to the fjords, and travels along the captivating Norwegian coastline, making its way to Kirkenes before returning to Bergen once again.
Lit by the transcendent Midnight Sun, Norway is brought new life and colour in the spring and summer months. Throughout the voyage, passengers will witness such sights as the renowned Lofoten Islands and UNESCO site of Geirangerfjord; two of the most stunning spectacles of the Norwegian coast. Travellers will also visit the historically rich town of Trondheim, where individuals can observe the exceptionally handsome architecture. Here, passengers are given the option to take an excursion into the beautiful, Gothic-style, Nidaros Cathedral.
Hurtigruten is also introducing no single supplement for select sailings and categories on both our half and round trip Coastal Voyages. The ‘no single supplement’ deal excludes dates between 15APR and 14SEP.
Please contact your preferred cruise wholesaler or Discover the World Marketing for more information.
Terms and conditions apply.
Courtesy of Discover the World Marketing 1800 OCEANS
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