Enjoy an overnight stay in wonderful Oslo as well as stops in Gothenburg and the lovely Danish town of Skagen with this 7-night cruise with Royal Caribbean Voyager of the Seas!
- Return flights from Dublin to Copenhagen
- Transfer from airport to port
- 7 nights onboard Royal Caribbean’s 4* Voyager of the Seas based on 2 sharing
- Excellent dining on a full board basis while onboard
- Varied onboard entertainment
- Transfer from port to airport
- 20kg check-in bag per person
You will board the wonderful Voyager of the Seas in Copenhagen before you set sail into the Baltic Sea cruising to your first stop in the wonderful Norwegian capital Oslo for an overnight stay. Your next stop is the Kristiansand in Norway before you cruise to Skagen in Denmark. You then cruise to the Swedish city of Gothenburg before you cruise back into Copenhagen.
Book by 30th September.
Voyager of the Seas
Booking RemarksNon refundable or transferable booking deposit €165 per person
Upgrade to All-Inclusive Drinks Package available on request
Gratuities of €91pp not included in the price
Optional Insurance €29 (conditions apply)
These prices are guidelines only and are subject to change and availability. Pricing will be confirmed at time of booking.
Prices based on single occupancy. Couple and family rates available on request - contact us now!
Following your flight, you will be transferred to port to board the Voyager of the Seas for your Northern Europe cruise.
Forest-clad slopes plummet to an island-studded fjord. Welcome to Oslo, Scandinavia’s oldest capital city. The commercial center of Norway, Oslo has been a major trading port for over a millennium. Its harbor is crowded with shipping that ranges from cruise ships to workaday shrimp boats. Though a relatively modest city in size – some 550,000 Norwegians call it home – Oslo is one of the largest capital cities in the world in terms of area. The hills and lakes of its outlying countryside are a paradise for lovers of winter sports. And the city itself boasts a sophisticated, yet cozy charm, with a blend of 19th- and 20th-century buildings, many decorated with woodcarvings and bright frescoes, and wide avenues dotted with public squares and parks.
Oslo is the least populous capital in Scandinavia. The city offers excellent theater, great cafés and quality shopping.
Norway’s fifth largest city was founded by Christian IV in the year 1641 as a market town and administrative center on Norway’s then-strategic southern coast. The city is separated from Denmark by the Skagerrak, the long strait that connects the Baltic and North Seas. Today the capital of the Aust-Agder region is one of Norway’s most popular vacation destinations: the city and the surrounding countryside boast the sunniest summer weather in Norway.
On Denmark’s northern tip, where the Baltic meets the North Sea, lies Skagen (pronounced “Skain”). Skagen is a fishing town with a maritime history that reaches back to the early Middle Ages. Boasting white-sand beaches, crystal-clear waters and stunning natural landscapes, the area has lured artists since the mid-19th century, drawn to the radiant light’s interplay on the rugged landscapes, seascapes and cityscapes. The town has been featured in world-famous paintings by artists such as Michael and Anna Ancher and P.S. Krøyer, and the area has long enjoyed a rich artistic heritage. Guided bicycle excursions give a unique, up-close perspective on this pretty town, with its picturesque white-picket fenced neighborhoods featuring brightly painted yellow houses crowned by red-tiled roofs. Stroll through one of the many art galleries and museums, such as Skagen Art Museum and the Skagen Odde Nature Center. When it’s time to taste the delicacies of the region, head to Pakhuset for a chance to discover one of Skagen’s most iconic foods-marinated herring accompanied by Aquavit, a traditional spirit of Scandinavia infused with spices and herbs. A visit to Grenen, where the North and Baltic Seas converge, is a must for all voyagers-you can even straddle the waters with a foot in each mighty sea.
Sweden’s second largest city – and the largest port in Scandinavia – was founded by King Gustavus Adolphus in 1621 at the mouth of the Göta River. Gustavus Adolphus hired Dutch architects and builders to lay out Gothenburg, so it should come as no surprise that the city is laced with a network of gracious canals lined with elegant buildings. Like all great seaports, Gothenburg is a cosmopolitan city with a wealth of cultural attractions, from its ancient University to its beloved pleasure garden at Liseberg Amusement Park. The city is also the gateway to the archipelagoes and picturesque fishing villages of Sweden’s West Coast – the country’s favorite vacation playground.
Gothenburg’s cultural hub is the Götaplatsen. Here Carl Milles’ dramatic bronze figure of Poseidon stands watch over the central square, home to the city’s Museum of fine Arts, Concert Hall, Municipal Theatre and City Library.
Following your cruise, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight back to Ireland.
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