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Visit Norway, an
MSC Northern Europe Cruises destination, for an epic adventure among mountains and fjords. Cruise down the Sognefjord to the picturesque port of Flåm, located at the end of the Aurlandsfjorden. A village celebrated for its stunning harbour, 17th-century church, and scenic railway, Flåm offers some exceptional excursions. Discover Nærøyfjord, a beautiful nearby inlet, or take in the views at the Stegastein platform.
MSC Cruises excursions offer plenty of exciting things to see including:
• Nærøyfjord Pleasure Cruise
• The Flåm Railway
• Stegastein Viewpoint
MSC Cruises excursion
is an experience of a lifetime, offering spectacular views of Nordic landscapes on a scenic boat and coach ride. After a short walk to the pier, begin a blissful cruise on Nærøyfjord and Aurlandsfjord before disembarking in Gudvangen. Then, proceed by coach through the magical Nærøydalen Valley with its fairy-tale peaks and
. At Stalheim Hotel, enjoy a cup of delicious coffee, before travelling along the old mountain road of Stalheimskleiva. Take in
– two of the country’s most spectacular waterfalls.
Norway, a country celebrated for its wild and rugged scenery, is crossed by scenic railways. An MSC Cruises excursion offers a lovely day out, admiring breathtaking backdrops from the comfort of a train. From Voss on lake Vangsvatnet, embark on a journey through astonishing landscapes before arriving at the Myrdal mountain railway station. After changing trains, you’ll venture into the magnificent Flåm Valley where you’ll admire
waterfall and other natural treasures.
The extraordinary fjords and mountains of Norway offer endless inspiration. The
viewpoint at Stegastein, an MSC Cruises excursion, offers the most breathtaking views of the countryside. Travelling along a winding road, you’ll gaze at deep blue waters and panoramic peaks. At Stegastein, traverse a steel and wooden walkway suspended over the mountainside, which offers unmatched views of the dramatic scenery.