Norway

Norway: Trondheim to Bergen

Norway: Trondheim to Bergen

Norway

Norway: Trondheim to Bergen

Norway: Trondheim to Bergen

Travel information 2 days (1 night)
Departures Daily, all year
Price from
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  • Explore the medieval town of Trondheim
  • Experience the Trondheimsfjord
  • Stay active on our exciting sea- and land-based excursions
  • Visit Bergen, the city between the seven mountains
Norway: Trondheim to Bergen

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Itinerary

Learn more about what you will experience on the sailing from Trondheim to Bergen. The day-by-day programme will give you a few ideas about what you can see and do on your coastal voyage, but bear in mind that this itinerary is just an indication of what you can experience. After all, this is a sailing where the elements rule and weather conditions might vary, which is why every expedition with Hurtigruten is unique.

DAY 1 : Trondheim

Medieval Trondheim

Nidarosdomen Cathedral, Trondheim
Nidarosdomen Cathedral, Trondheim
Photo: Klaus Prediger - Gästefoto

Your Hurtigruten experience starts in Trondheim. Arrive a day early, so you have all day and evening to experience the city before leaving with Hurtigruten at 10 the following day.

The city is full of sights, eateries and culture – something for every taste. The city offers everything from Nidaros Cathedral, Rockheim, sverresborg, Tyholttårnet and Bakklandet to tours in Bymarka, Pirbadet and various water sports activities in Nidelven. If you are looking for great shopping opportunities, the city has a number of large shopping malls, but also fun shops such as Aunt Isabel, BananaMoon or the French fashion store Shine. When you need a break from sightseeing and shopping, cafés or restaurants are everywhere.

Nidarosdomen Cathedral, Trondheim
Nidarosdomen Cathedral, Trondheim
Photo: Klaus Prediger - Gästefoto
Ålesund from a different view
Ålesund from a different view
Photo: Rudy Balasko, Shutterstock

DAY 2 : Trondheim, Norway

In the footsteps of the Vikings

Ålesund from a different view
Ålesund from a different view
Photo: Rudy Balasko, Shutterstock

We sail out through the beautiful Trondheimsfjorden, which is 170 km long and 25 km wide. Like most Norwegian fjords, it is also deep; 577 m at the deepest. Along the way you will understand how much fishing has meant for the coastal municipalities.

Kristiansund's location has given the city its resources through fishing, shipbuilding and the oil industry. The city is called the Norwegian Klipfish Capital due to the long history of salt cod exports. Take a tour of the Atlantic Road to see one of Norway's most visited tourist attractions. Then we cross the open sea on the way to "City of Roses", Molde.

DAY 3 : Bergen

A day for Masterpieces

Bryggen in winter
The historic Bryggen district date back to the 14th century
Photo: Klaus Peter Kappest

During the night, the ship embarks in Ålesund, Torvik and Måløy. Before we dock in Bergen there are still some nautical miles left of the fascinating landscape.

Enjoy the sight of the Nordfjorden under the mighty Jostedalsbreen. In the morning we have a short stop in Florø, which is Norway's westernmost city. Some nautical miles south of Florø we sail past the inlet of the beautiful Sognefjord, and then the magnificent archipelago from the Fedje and beautiful Øygarden into Bergen, where the journey ends.

Bryggen in winter
The historic Bryggen district date back to the 14th century
Photo: Klaus Peter Kappest
The day-by-day programme will give you a few ideas about what you can see and do on your coastal voyage in Norway, but bear in mind that this itinerary is just an indication of what you can experience. After all, this is a sailing where the elements rule and weather conditions might vary, which is why every voyage with Hurtigruten is unique.
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What's included

Included in your voyage

  • Cruise with Hurtigruten in an unspecified cabin
    Your cabin will be allocated when you check in

Not included in your voyage

  • Flights & transfers
  • Travel insurance
  • Optional excursions
  • Luggage handling

Notes

  • Prices are per person based on two people travelling together sharing a twin cabin
  • Not all cabin categories are available for all departures
  • Single cabin pricing available on request
  • Hurtigruten has a flexible pricing system and all prices are capacity controlled and subject to availability.

Ships

A large boat in a body of water with a mountain in the background

MS Vesterålen

Year built 1983
Year of refurbishment 1995
Shipyard Kaarbø Mek. Verk.
Passenger capacity 490
Beds 301
Car capacity 24
Gross tonnage 6,261
Length 108.55 m
Beam 16.5 m
Speed 17.5 knots

MS Vesterålen is named after the first Hurtigruten ship that sailed along Norway´s rugged coastline in 1893. She is one of our smaller boats and has an intimate on-board atmosphere.

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MS Kong Harald

Year built 1993
Year of refurbishment 2016
Shipyard Volkswerft (Germany)
Passenger capacity 590
Beds 498
Gross tonnage 11,204
Length 121.8 m
Beam 19.2 m
Speed 17 knots

Norway's reigning monarch, a seasoned sailor, lends his name to this remarkable vessel.

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A large ship in a body of water
Photo: Ørjan Bertelsen/Hurtigruten
A large ship in a body of water

MS Lofoten

Year built 1964 (Mod. 2003)
Shipyard Aker Mek. Verk. (N)
Passenger capacity 400
Beds 151
Car capacity 0
Gross tonnage 2,621
Length 87.4 m
Beam 13.26 m
Speed 16 knots

MS Lofoten - our old-time favourite - was launched in Oslo in 1964. The ship´s classic maritime style and informal atmosphere inspires genuine nostalgia in her passengers.

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MS Nordkapp

Year built 1996
Year of refurbishment 2016
Shipyard Kværner Kleven (N)
Passenger capacity 590
Beds 480
Car capacity 24
Gross tonnage 11,386
Length 123.3 m
Beam 19.5 m
Speed 18 knots

MS Nordkapp is named after the northernmost point on mainland Europe: North Cape (71ºN) - one of the geographical highpoints you can visit on a Hurtigruten voyage.

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MS Nordkapp
Photo: Helge Grimsland - Guest Image
MS Polarlys a beautiful winter day in Kirkenes
Photo: Ralph Griebenow - Guest image

MS Polarlys

Year built 1996
Year of refurbishment 2016
Shipyard Ulstein Mek. Verk. (N)
Passenger capacity 619
Beds 503
Car capacity 26
Gross tonnage 11,341
Length 123 m
Beam 19.5 m
Speed 18 knots

Polarlys is Norwegian for `polar light´, and refers to the natural Arctic phenomenon we pursue in winter.

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MS Nordlys

Year built 1994
Year of refurbishment 2019
Shipyard Volkswerft (D)
Passenger capacity 590
Beds 471
Car capacity 24
Gross tonnage 11,204
Length 121.8 m
Beam 19.2 m
Speed 18 knots

Both the name and the interior design of this modern expedition ship are inspired by the spectacular Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis).

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A small boat in a large body of water
A small boat in a large body of water

MS Nordnorge

Year built 1997
Year of refurbishment 2016
Shipyard Kværner Kleven (N)
Passenger capacity 590
Beds 476
Car capacity 32
Gross tonnage 11,384
Length 123.3 m
Beam 19.5 m
Speed 18 knots

MS Nordnorge is aptly named for northern Norway, most of which lies above the Arctic Circle.

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MS Richard With

Year built 1993
Year of refurbishment 2018
Shipyard Volkswerft (D)
Passenger capacity 590
Beds 458
Car capacity 12
Gross tonnage 11,205
Length 121.8 m
Beam 19.2 m
Speed 18 knots

MS Richard With proudly carries the name of Hurtigruten's founder.

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After her refurbishment in November 2018, MS Richard With will have suites with large bay windows.
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