The impressive Norwegian fjords
Over several ice ages, the incredible force of Mother Nature carved narrow valleys in the rocks of southern
Norway, leading to the formation of spectacular landscapes: the majestic fjords. Each and every one of them is definitely worth seeing: In the Oslofjord you will sail past small landing stages and colourful wooden houses, and the Lysefjord boasts the impressive Preikestolen plateau, towering at an altitude of over 600 metres (1,970 feet).
Oslo, a trendsetting royal metropolis
Our tall ship glides past small rocky islands and dark-red wooden houses through the majestic Oslofjord
to the Norwegian capital city. Besides historical buildings such as the Royal Palace, the fortress and the huge cathedral, the trendy modern quarter is also worth visiting – home to a young generation of artists, architects and restaurateurs where you can discover a new side to the city. The flagship project of creative Oslo is the spectacular opera house: a concrete, marble and glass iceberg that glistens in the sun.
Edinburgh – capital of tradition
From the narrow cobbled streets of the medival Old Town to the generous airy layout of the Gregorian
New Town, in Edinburgh you literally walk through the ages. Take bagpipe traditions, spooky stories or pub
culture – ancient customs are kept alive in Scotland’s capital.