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Voyage with Aida Perla to the fjords of Norway

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The trip with the Aida Perla starts in Hamburg on 19.06.2022 and goes up to and including 29.06.2022. A double cabin with All Inclusive is booked and I am looking for a travel partner who wants to explore the fjords of Norway. Since the trip is already paid, you come along "for free". Regarding the excursions that we can plan in consultation with each other (if desired), we can talk with pleasure times :-) Since I have already traveled 2x with the AIDA Perla, I know myself well on the ship :-) You should be between 36-48 years old, sympathetic, open-minded and eager to travel and she should have the desire to be open to the impressions. The fee is just the re-registration fee for the 2nd person at Aida. I am already looking forward to inquiries :-) 📍These are the stations of the Aida to the fjords of Norway: Hamburg > sea day >Haugesund > Hellesylt > Geiranger Fjord > Andalsnes > Molde > Trondheim > Alesund > Eidfjord > Stavanger/Lysefjord > sea day > Hamburg Each station has its own flair, which is just waiting to be discovered.
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Day 1

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Hamburg

Day 1

Here starts the trip with the Aida... Hamburg is a major North German port city, connected to the North Sea by the Elbe River. The city is crisscrossed by hundreds of canals, some of which are called Fleete, and also features extensive park and green spaces. Boats sail on the Binnenalster near the...

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Day 1-2

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Haugesund

Day 1-2

Haraldshaugen: The grave of the first Viking king Haraldshaugen Haugesund Sights A huge monument was erected by the Norwegians on the occasion of the thousandth anniversary of their country not far from the center of Haugesund. They dedicated it to the first king of Norway, who is said to have bee...

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Day 2-3

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Hellesylt

Day 2-3

Hellesylt is located at the end of Norway's Sunnylvsfjord, from which the 15 km long Geirangerfjord runs as a branch to the east. On a cruise to the north, the town is the ideal starting point for a journey through one of Norway's most impressive fjord landscapes: rugged mountains and clear waters, spectacular waterfalls and unspoiled nature: here, all lovers of Scandinavia will get their money's worth.

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Day 3-4

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Geirangerfjord

Day 3-4

Geiranger was once a small secluded, idyllic village at the end of Norway's most beautiful fjord. Weekly boat connections from the mid-19th century not only improved accessibility to neighboring villages and Ålesund, but also made Geiranger more accessible to foreign tourists. From 1863 to 1893, se...

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Day 4-5

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Åndalsnes

Day 4-5

The place name is actually Åndalsnes. We ignore the "Å" in the further text. It is supposedly pronounced like a double O. Andalsnes has only about 2,300 inhabitants and is located at the mouth of the Rauma River in the Romsdalsfjord. On the way to Andalsnes, cruise ships pass near the town of Molde...

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Day 5-7

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Molde

Day 5-7

Molde is located in the southwest of Norway on the Romsdalsfjord. A branch of the Gulf Stream provides an unusually mild climate. Plants and trees grow in the city that are actually only found much further south. Roses in particular are found in lavish splendor. Molde is therefore called the "City ...

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Day 7-8

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Trondheim

Day 7-8

Trondheim, the third largest city after Oslo and Bergen and the historical capital of the country, is located in the province of Trøndelag. The history of the city is strongly linked to the history of Norway, to which many popular attractions testify. Trondheim has a strong cultural life, which of...

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Day 8-9

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Alesund

Day 8-9

Ålesund is best known for its unique Art Nouveau architecture, which paradoxically is the result of a disaster. In 1904, large parts of the city were destroyed in a devastating fire. In an act of infinite foresight, it was decided to rebuild the city uniformly in Art Nouveau style, an architectur...

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Day 9-10

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Eidfjord

Day 9-10

Port of Eidfjord: Pristine nature on the Hardangerfjord Imposing cliffs and peaks rise to the sky to the left and right of the fjord in Norway. At the height of Bergen, the Hardangerfjord cuts far into the country from the European North Sea until it ends in the eastern arm of the fjord, Eidfjord...

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Day 10-11

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Stavanger

Day 10-11

Stavanger - Rich in charm, history and nature Cobbled streets and wooden houses highlight the charm of old Stavanger. Visit the Gothic cathedral, the Norwegian Petroleum Museum and discover natural wonders like nearby Preikestolen. View on map Stroll through the Old Town with its 12th-centur...

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What is included

Accommodation
Other & Hotel
11 days trip
Hamburg, Haugesund & 8 more
Transportation
Boat