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NORWEGIAN FJORDS: A fjord is

formed when a glacier cuts a U-shaped

valley in the surrounding bedrock and

most fjords are deeper than the adjacent

sea; Sognefjord reaches as much as

1,300metres (4,265 ft) below sea level.

The west coast of Norway is home to

the Fjords and Bergen is the gateway to

Fjordland. Bergen was founded in 1070

and was originally a Viking settlement -

the best known historic site is Bryggen

which is a collection of 11th century

wooden buildings built along the harbour

front. Geiranger Fjord is nine miles long

and is the most photographed of fjord of

them all. This fjord is surrounded by the

steepest mountains on the entire west

coast, it is very narrow and has foaming

waterfalls (Seven Sisters and Suitor) which

plunge into the fjord from jagged peaks.

Haugesund is the homeland of the Viking

Kings and offers the chance to experience

some of the most spectacular hiking

trips in Norway such as Pulpit Rock, the

Folgefonna glacier or to the Langfoss

waterfall.

REYKJAVÍK: the city centre is

approximately forty five minutes by road

from the cruise terminal. Swim in openair pools heated by the very geothermal

springs that inspired Reykjavik's name.

The Blue Lagoon geothermal spa is

SUMMER NORTHERN

ADVENTURES FROM

SOUTHAMPTON

ALL INCLUSIVE DRINKS

Cruise holidays aboard Norwegian Jade

Set sail for the magical scenery of the Norwegian Fjords next summer

on a freestyle cruise with all your drinks included on-board ship. This

is one of the most spectacular regions of the world with a unique mix

of culture and jaw dropping scenery of sheer magnitude. Many would

argue that the only way to truly appreciate the dramatic scenery

of the Norwegian Fjords is to sail through them. Norwegian Fjord

cruises allow you to truly appreciate the scale of ice carved inlets with

their spectacular waterfalls. Perhaps choose one of the longer cruises

to visit the thermal springs, geysers and glaciers of Iceland. Or opt to

fly one way to visit the most affluent city in Germany- Hamburg which

has spectacular shopping and a surprising nightlife scene.

where minerals bubble up from 5,000ft

below the earth's surface. The charming

old quarter of Reykjavík has colourful

wooden houses and narrow streets. Visit

the impressive volcanic craters of the

Heidmork conservation area, and enjoy

a stop at The Pearl, a remarkable and

unique building, built in 1988.

HAMBURG is a surprising city with

friendly locals who are happy to

speak English, a vibrant café culture,

magnificent buildings and excellent

shopping. The nightlife is as varied and

diverse as any city and the restaurants are

top class too. The shopping is second to

none with a huge outdoor shopping plaza

full of department stores and famous

brand shops. This leads you to the ornate

golden spires of the magnificent Town

Hall and on to a vast four storey indoor

shopping mall. Perhaps visit Miniature

Wunderland for the largest model

railway in the world, the Fish Market or

the Hamburg Dungeon. The supremely

fascinating U-Boat Museum is part of

Hamburg's rich Maritime heritage; while

theatres, opera houses and boating on

the Alster add to a long list of things to

do. You can even visit the beach themed

area of The Strand on the banks of the

river which hosts a floating boardwalk of

bars and restaurants.

Included in the price:

• 8, 10, 14 or 15 nights' full-board

cruise on Norwegian Jade

• FREE All -Inclusive Drinks

Package On-board

• Facilities and entertainment

on-board ship

8-15 NIGHTS PRICES FROM

£899PER PERSON

The Golden Circle, Reykjavik

Bergen Blue Lagoon

www.jetlinecruise.com

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FJORDS - 8 NIGHTS: Southampton - Stavanger - Skjolden - Alesund - Hellesylt -

Geiranger Fjord - Bergen - Southampton

HAMBURG FJORDS - 10 NIGHTS: Fly to Hamburg - Kristiansund - Haugesund -

Alesund - Bergen - Flam - Hellesylt - Geiranger Fjord - Southampton

FJORDS - 10 NIGHTS: Southampton - Stavanger- Hellesylt - Geiranger Fjord - Flam -

Alesund - Haugesund - Oslo - Southampton

FJORDS & ICELAND - 15 NIGHTS: Southampton - Bergen - Alesund - Lerwick

(Shetland Isles) - Reykjavik (Iceland - overnight in port) - Akureyri (Iceland) - Kirkwall -

Invergordon - Newhaven (for Edinburgh) - Newcastle - Southampton. (14 night itinerary

excludes Newcastle)

Date Nights Itinerary Interior Oceanview Balcony Haven Suite

14 May 17 8 Fjords £899 £1019 £1439 £2799

28 Jul 17 2+10 Ham-Fjords £1259 £1359 £1799 £3599

09 Aug 17 10 Fjords £999 £1099 £1559 £3359

19 Aug 17 15 Fjords & Ice £1179 £1669 £1999 £3579

11 Sep 17 14 Fjords & Ice £1169 £1659 £2099 £3579

Hamburg

• Bonus upto $250 per

stateroom onboard spending

money (on selected

departures & grades)

• 30 July includes a direct

flight from Gatwick to

Hamburg, 20kg pp checked

flight luggage and 2 nights

4-star B&B Hotel stay in

Hamburg

• Regional flight connections

to and from Southampton

are available at a supplement

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