Norwegian Prima, Iceland & Norway from Reykjavik, September 7, 2023

10-day cruise to Isafjordur, Akureyri, Alesund, Geiranger, Bergen, Amsterdam, Zeebrugge, Southampton with NCL

Iceland & Norway from ReykjavikCruising from: Reykjavik, Iceland;
Departure Date: September 7, 2023;
Duration: 10-day cruise;
Cruise Line: Norwegian Cruise Line;
Cruise Ship: Norwegian Prima;
Ports of Call: Reykjavik, Isafjordur, Akureyri, Alesund, Geiranger, Bergen, Amsterdam, Zeebrugge, Southampton;

Discover the best of Iceland, Norway, Netherlands, Belgium and UK with Norwegian Prima

Day 0

Port of Reykjavik, Iceland

The capital and largest city of Iceland is Reykjavik, which may be found along the shore. As well as being a major tourist attraction, it serves as the heart of Icelandic culture and daily life. It houses the National and[…]

Day 1

Cruising to Isafjordur, Iceland

Isafjordur tourist attractions. With a population of around 2.600 people, the port of Isafjordur is the largest of all the harbours in Iceland’s Westfjords region, and the headquarters of the Isafjardarbaer municipality, which includes the surrounding Hnifsdalur, Flateyri, Sudureyri, and[…]

Day 2

Cruising to Akureyri, Iceland

Akureyri tourist attractions. Akureyri is a lively and energetic town and important port and fishing centre is nicknamed the Capital of North Iceland. The area where Akureyri is located was settled in the 9th century but did not receive a[…]

Day 3 – At Sea cruising

Norwegian Prima is spaciously intimate, breathlessly elegant and perfectly staffed to offer NCL’ special brand of all-inclusive luxury.

Day 4

Cruising to Alesund, Norway

A trip to Alesund, the “Adventure Capital of the Fjords,” will reveal why it was voted Norway’s Most Beautiful City. Alesund, a city of 45,000 people located on three islands between two azure fjords, is a major port for the[…]

Day 5

Cruising to Geiranger, Norway

Geiranger, which is located in the Geirangerfjorden and is the third largest cruise ship port in the country. Geiranger has one of the most beautiful settings in all of western Norway. It is home to some of the most breathtaking[…]

Day 6

Bergen, Norway

Bergen is located between the longest fjord in Norway, the Sognefjord, and the lovely Hardangerfjord in the south. It is the best place in Norway to gain access to the fjords, making it one of the country’s top tourist destinations.[…]

Day 7 – At Sea cruising

There are plenty of daily activities on board Norwegian Prima to keep you busy. Norwegian Prima has everything a discerning cruiser could want, bars, sports venues and shops.

Day 8

Amsterdam Cruise Port

Amsterdam is a popular vacation spot all year long, for both first-timers and people who have been there before. Because of its rich history, it is also a popular port of call for cruise ships. Passenger Terminal Amsterdam, where cruise[…]

Day 9

Cruising to Bruges (Zeebrugge), Belgium

Bruges tourist attractions. Located in the Flanders region of northern Belgium, Bruges is the closest thing you’re likely to find in the real world to a fairytale city. Famous for its old cobbled streets, charming market squares, peaceful canals and Gothic[…]

Day 10

Port of Southampton

There are four cruise ship terminals in Southampton, all of which are made for cruise ships. Visitors are able to stay in the city before or after embarking on their cruise by taking advantage of the cruise packages provided by[…]

Sail away from Reykjavik and prepare to be dazzled by the riches of nature and culture as you travel through Iceland, Norway and Northern Europe on this wonderful voyage aboard Norwegian Prima. Visit Isafjordur, Akureyri, Alesund, Geiranger, Bergen, Amsterdam, Zeebrugge and Southampton. Norwegian Prima leaving Reykjavik, Iceland for 10 nights from September 7, 2023.

Port order and/or content may vary, please check specific sailing date concerning risks associated with COVID-19. Please consult all applicable Centers for Disease Control travel advisories, warnings, or recommendations relating to cruise travel and check at official cruise line website.

The Russia-Ukraine war has prompted a growing number of cruise lines to cancel 2022 itineraries that include stops in and around Russian ports of call. For more information please visit official cruise line website.