Scottish Isles and Norwegian Fjords

Uncover the ancient and tumultuous Viking legacy of remote seafaring destinations as you sail from the northern Scottish Isles to their Norwegian homelands.

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 Eilean Donan Castle, Scottish Highlands  The Jacobite Steam Train, which travels from Fort William to Mallaig  Glenfinnan Monument   Eilean Donan Castle, Scottish Highlands  St. Magnus Cathedral, Kirkwall, Orkney Islands  A Neolithic stone house at Skara Brae, Orkney Islands  The Ring of Brodgar, Orkney Islands  Evocative landscape of the Shetland Islands  The town of Lerwick, capital of the Shetland Islands  The archaeological site of Jarlshof on the Shetland Islands. Credit: National Geographic Image Collection/Alamy  Two puffins on a rocky coast  Puffin colonies found on the Shetland Islands  The fjords of Bergen  Panorama of Bergen  The World Heritage site of Bryggen, in the town of Bergen  Edinburgh Castle  Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh

Edinburgh/Glasgow Pre-Program Option — 3 Days, 2 Nights

Explore Scotland’s two great cities and their histories of feuding warlords, medieval villains and royal and religious intrigue. In Edinburgh, discover the historic Old Town, Royal Mile and iconic Edinburgh Castle and visit the Museum of Scotland for a glimpse of the nation’s formative years from the Bronze Age to Viking and Roman invasions. During a panoramic tour of Glasgow, walk through George Square, visit the City Chambers and see the Tolbooth of Glasgow, Scotland’s most remarkable 17th-century building. See the extensive collection of art and antiquities during a visit to the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. Accommodations for two nights are in the deluxe Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian in the heart of Edinburgh’s New Town. Enjoy a most convenient location right at the end of Princes Street (main shopping street in Edinburgh). Also while not all rooms will have castle views, when one walks out to the hotel, the famous ramparts of the castle are right before you.

Copenhagen Post-Cruise Option 3 Days, 2 Nights

Scandinavia’s most cosmopolitan city and the capital of Denmark is an inviting and exuberant showcase of culture rooted in Viking ancestry, Hans Christian Andersen stories and historical architecture. See Amalienborg Palace and Tivoli Gardens and cruise the 400-year-old canals past Christiansborg Palace, the King’s Palace and gardens. In the nearby town of Roskilde visit its ancient cathedral, a World Heritage site, and explore the Vikings’ life at sea in the fascinating Viking Ship Museum. Accommodations for two nights are in the centrally located, deluxe Copenhagen Marriott Hotel.