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The Norwegian Fjords

New for 2018

London to London

18 days

2-night hotel stay in London

from $5,995 pp

20 Jun, 2018

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  • 18 days
  • 3 countries
  • 2 hotel nights
  • 11 shore excursions
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This maiden cruise to Norway begins with a 2-night hotel stay in London before sailing to the Scottish capital of Edinburgh, on your way into the heart of a magical kingdom. Cross the North Sea to Norway and enter one of the largest fjords in the world, Hardangerfjord.

Explore the spectacular landscapes surrounding the village of Geiranger and the port of Olden. Stroll through Bergen, one of Norway’s biggest ports. Then in Flam, enjoy a ride on the scenic railway and a cruise on the Sognefjord, the largest and best known fjord in the country.

With shore excursions in the cities of Stavanger and Kristiansand offering more opportunities for discovery, this Norwegian odyssey continues in the nation’s capital of Oslo, recently voted one of the best places to live in Europe. Then spend the morning in the Dutch city of Amsterdam for a fun-loving finale to this fantastic new cruise.

Date
Port
Depart
Arrive
Jun 20
Wed
    Departure
    Depart North America
    Jun 21
    Thu
    London, England , United Kingdom
    Arrive in London and transfer to hotel
    overnight hotel
    Jun 22
    Fri
    London, England , United Kingdom
    Spend the day exploring London
    overnight hotel
    Jun 23
    Sat
    London (Tilbury), England , United Kingdom
    Transfer to Aegean Odyssey in Tilbury near London
    6.00pm
    Jun 24
    Sun
    At sea
    Lectures and activities at sea
    Jun 25
    Mon
    Rosyth, Scotland , United Kingdom
    Admire Scotland's capital, with a of tour of Edinburgh's Royal Mile or a visit to Stirling Castle
    7.00pm
    8.00am
    Jun 26
    Tue
    At sea
    Lectures and activities at sea
    Jun 27
    Wed
    Ulvik/Eidfjord , Norway
    Cruise Hardangerfjord
    7.00pm
    8.00am
    Jun 28
    Thu
    Olden , Norway
    Fjord cruising
    8.00pm
    2.00pm
    Jun 29
    Fri
    Geiranger , Norway
    Visit the summit of Mount Dalsnibba, rated the world's number one natural heritage site by the National Geographic Society. Optional tour available from Geiranger to Hellesylt.
    6.00pm
    noon
    Jun 29
    Fri
    Hellesylt , Norway
    10.00am
    8.00am
    Jun 30
    Sat
    Bergen , Norway
    7.00pm
    1.00pm
    Jul 01
    Sun
    Flam , Norway
    Excursion of Flam Railway and cruising Sognefjord
    6.00pm
    8.00am
    Jul 02
    Mon
    Stavanger , Norway
    7.00pm
    2.00pm
    Jul 03
    Tue
    Kristiansand , Norway
    2.00pm
    8.00am
    Jul 04
    Wed
      Oslo , Norway
      Visit Oslo highlights with Vigeland Park, Opera House & City Hall or Holmenkollen & Viking Ship Museum.
      4.00pm
      7.00am
      Jul 05
      Thu
      At sea
      Lectures and activities at sea
      Jul 06
      Fri
      Amsterdam, Holland , Netherlands
      2.00pm
      7.00am
      Jul 07
      Sat
      London (Tilbury), England , United Kingdom
      Disembark Aegean Odyssey and transfer to airport for flight home
      6.00am

      Panoramic London

      22 Jun London, England, United Kingdom
      Half Day Boat Ride
      From the hustle and bustle of Leicester Square, at the heart of London’s theatre district and the city’s quiet parks with their trees and lakes, to the grandeur of Buckingham Palace and the living history of Westminster Abbey, London’s fascination is its variety.

      From the hustle and bustle of Leicester Square, at the heart of London’s theatre district and the city’s quiet parks with their trees and lakes, to the grandeur of Buckingham Palace and the living history of Westminster Abbey, London’s fascination is its variety.

      Old and new stand side by side. History, pageantry and tradition mix with the modern, eccentric and avant-garde, offering something for everyone. This leisurely tour is a great way for you to obtain an overall impression of one of the most lively and interesting cities in the world. Our tour itinerary takes us on a circular itinerary around the capital where we view the highlights from the comfort of the coach.

      We see Westminster, Whitehall and St James’s section of London, crossing Westminster Bridge, and passing by the neo-Gothic Parliament buildings presiding over the banks of the River Thames and its adjacent 320-foot clock tower of Big Ben. From Parliament Square, we look across to St Margaret’s Church, scene of society weddings.

      Standing adjacent is the architectural and masterpiece of the 13th to 16th centuries – Westminster Abbey. Your guide will point out the main external features of the building and you will be able to take photographs of the outside.

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      A Visit to Greenwich

      23 Jun London, England, United Kingdom
      This leisurely guided tour begins with a stroll through Greenwich Royal Park to the world-famous Observatory, spiritual birthplace of GMT and traditional home to the Prime Meridian of global longitude. This hugely important line is represented on the ground by a brass strip and is one of London’s most popular attractions, where standing astride it one can truly be said to be in both eastern and western hemispheres at the same time.

      This leisurely guided tour begins with a stroll through Greenwich Royal Park to the world-famous Observatory, spiritual birthplace of GMT and traditional home to the Prime Meridian of global longitude. This hugely important line is represented on the ground by a brass strip and is one of London’s most popular attractions, where standing astride it one can truly be said to be in both eastern and western hemispheres at the same time.

      A walk past the National Maritime Museum then leads us to The Queen’s House, commissioned in 1616 by the wife of James I, Anne of Denmark. Designed by Inigo Jones, this masterpiece is the first Palladian building to be built in Britain and became the inspiration for many other classical houses and villas over the subsequent two centuries. Originally used as a private retreat and “House of Delights”, it is now an active venue for the appreciation and exploration of art, including a collection of paintings owned by the National Maritime Museum.

      The finally destination is the Old Royal Naval College, considered to be the “finest and most dramatically-sited architectural and landscape ensemble in the British Isles”. Founded in 1694 as the Royal Hospital for Seamen, the Old Royal Naval College is a superb example of Baroque landscape, designed by some of the greatest architects of their day, including Sir Christopher Wren and Nicholas Hawksmoor. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this enormously popular attraction is now managed by the Greenwich Foundation.

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      Stirling Castle

      25 Jun Rosyth, Scotland, United Kingdom
      Half Day Significant Steps
      Dramatically perched atop a 250-foot extinct volcano, Stirling Castle dates from the 15th and 16th centuries, when it was the principal residence for Scotland's monarchs. The castle's turbulent history is populated with a host of celebrated figures in Scotland's history, such as Robert the Bruce, William Wallace and Mary Queen of Scots.

      Dramatically perched atop a 250-foot extinct volcano, Stirling Castle dates from the 15th and 16th centuries, when it was the principal residence for Scotland's monarchs. The castle's turbulent history is populated with a host of celebrated figures in Scotland's history, such as Robert the Bruce, William Wallace and Mary Queen of Scots. A great symbol of Scottish independence, this royal residence and fortress affords magnificent views from its rocky cliff. A self-guided tour takes you into the vast Great Hall, which dates to the Middle Ages and has been restored to its former glory. See the central turreted gatehouse, the great Parliament Hall, and the Royal Chapel, one of the earliest Renaissance buildings in Scotland. Photo opportunities abound as you immerse yourself in Scotland’s history; there are excellent views of the town of Stirling and the site of the battle of Bannockburn. After your tour, you will then have time to browse for souvenirs in the castle's gift shop before returning to Aegean Odyssey.

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      The Royal Mile

      25 Jun Rosyth, Scotland, United Kingdom
      Half Day Extensive Walking
      Alive with culture and history, the capital of Scotland is a thriving UNESCO World Heritage Site. This walking tour of the Royal Mile, Edinburgh's oldest and most historic street, will take you from the Edinburgh Castle Esplanade to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, a route rich with medieval buildings, statues and monuments lining both sides of the street.

      Alive with culture and history, the capital of Scotland is a thriving UNESCO World Heritage Site. This walking tour of the Royal Mile, Edinburgh's oldest and most historic street, will take you from the Edinburgh Castle Esplanade to the Palace of Holyroodhouse, a route rich with medieval buildings, statues and monuments lining both sides of the street.

      The city's dominant landmark is the 12th-century castle atop its rocky, extinct volcanic perch, which affords magnificent views of the city. From here we will walk to Castle Hill, which has a unique collection of ruins, before continuing down Royal Mile to see beautiful Gladstone's Land, a superb example of early 17th-century architecture featuring an outside staircase, arcaded ground floor, oak shutters, leaded glass windows and crow-stepped gables.

      The charming Lady Stair's House, also constructed in the 17th century, was once a private home, but today houses a literary museum devoted to the works of Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott and Robert Louis Stevenson.

      We will then walk through the elegant district of Cannongate, with its quaint Tollbooth that is now a museum detailing life in 18th-century Edinburgh. The design on this building has a delightful series of small, delicate turrets. Finally, standing proudly at the end of Royal Mile, is the magnificent Palace of Holyroodhouse, the official residence of Her Majesty the Queen while in Scotland. This ornate, baroque palace is famously known as the home of Mary Queen of Scots and within its walls many dramatic episodes of her turbulent reign unfolded.

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      Scenic Hardangervidda & Vøringsfoss

      27 Jun Ulvik/Eidfjord, Norway
      Half Day Uneven or Volcanic Ground
      A short drive from Eidfjord, at the foot of the Vøringsfossen waterfall, lies the Hardangervidda Nature Centre, a fascinating museum that has been designed to explore how different parts of nature interact, as well as the relationship between modern man and the Norwegian landscape.

      A short drive from Eidfjord, at the foot of the Vøringsfossen waterfall, lies the Hardangervidda Nature Centre, a fascinating museum that has been designed to explore how different parts of nature interact, as well as the relationship between modern man and the Norwegian landscape.

      The centre features many immersive exhibitions and unusual aquariums, but its centrepiece must surely be the 225-degree panoramic movie by Norwegian film director Ivo Caprino, which will take you on a bird’s eye flight above Hardangervidda, The Hardanger Fjord and the waterfalls of the region. During this breathtaking experience you will be made to feel as though you really are swooping between mountains, diving into steep canyons and soaring above majestic fjords.

      Leaving the Nature Centre behind, the tour climbs through the mountains, in an area that is a paradise for hill walking, shooting and angling, to the manmade lake of Sysendamen, which supplies the environmentally friendly Sima Power Plant with water for its hydroelectric system. The views from here across Norway’s largest National Park, the Hardangervidda, are spectacular and on a clear day you may be able to catch a glimpse of the Hardangerjøkulen Glacier.

      From Sysendammen, the drive then descends to Norway’s best-known waterfall, the Vøringsfossen, which has a drop of some 550 feet and roughly translates from the Old Norse as “esteemed waterfall”. This glorious natural spectacle was much beloved by the composer Edvard Grieg, who kept a log cabin nearby and spent many hours here in contemplation.

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      Olden - Nordfjord Panorama

      28 Jun Olden, Norway
      Half Day
      The hamlet of Olden is spectacularly situated in one of the most beautiful valleys in Norway, the Oldendalen, at the head of the fifth largest fjord in Norway, the Nordfjord. Here, towering mountains surround lake Oldenvatnet, which owes its intense green colour to the thawingglacial water that runs into the turbulent Olden River from giant waterfalls.

      The hamlet of Olden is spectacularly situated in one of the most beautiful valleys in Norway, the Oldendalen, at the head of the fifth largest fjord in Norway, the Nordfjord. Here, towering mountains surround lake Oldenvatnet, which owes its intense green colour to the thawing glacial water that runs into the turbulent Olden River from giant waterfalls.

      Along the northern banks of the Nordfjord are the beautiful settlements of Blakset, Fjelli and Hopland. Nos has some stunning views across the fjord and the western mountains, as does the viewpoint at Kvalen, where the tour will stop again before descending towards the tiny hamlet of Hennebygda and the main commercial centre of the region, Nordfjordeid, which lies at the end of a smaller branch of the main fjord. This charming village has a quintessentially Norwegian feel to it, with buildings reminiscent of the style introduced to New England in America by Scandinavian immigrants.

      Here you will have some free time to walk around the village centre before continuing through the Parish of Hornindal to the deepest lake in Europe, the Hornindalsvatnet. This picturesque body of water is surrounded by rugged mountains, but no glacial streams or waterfalls drain into it directly (the lake is mostly maintained by melting snow) resulting in Europe’s clearest lake.

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      UNESCO Geiranger

      29 Jun Geiranger, Norway
      Half Day Winding road
      Leaving the village of Geiranger, the tour starts by heading through the Flydal Valley to reach Lake Djupvatn, which is usually beginning to thaw by the end of June, gradually revealing blue waters below.

      Leaving the village of Geiranger, the tour starts by heading through the Flydal Valley to reach Lake Djupvatn, which is usually beginning to thaw by the end of June, gradually revealing blue waters below. Following the mountain road, you will arrive at the summit of Mount Dalsnibba, approximately 4,843ft above sea level, with views of the Blåfjell glacier and Geirangerfjord far below. This beautiful location has been rated the world’s number one natural heritage site by the National Geographic Society, alongside the Nærøyfjord.

      On the way back to Geiranger, this scenic drive also takes in the Flydalsjuvet viewpoint, for more stunning views over Geiranger and Geirangerfjord from a different perspective. The site is split into two levels, with a gangway running between plateaus. On the lower you will be able to recline for a moment in the wood and stone “Fjordsetet” (the Fjord Seat) installation, which was inaugurated by Queen Sonja of Norway in 2003 and has been perfectly positioned for the ultimate view across the Geirangerfjord.

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      Geiranger to Hellesylt and Jostedalsbreen Park

      29 Jun Geiranger, Norway
      Full Day Lunch IncludedUneven or Volcanic GroundWinding road
      A tale of two villages, this relaxing tour crosses the UNESCO World Heritage region of Sunnmøre, taking you through some of the most spectacular scenery in the world to meet Aegean Odyssey in Hellesylt.

      A tale of two villages, this relaxing tour crosses the UNESCO World Heritage region of Sunnmøre, taking you through some of the most spectacular scenery in the world to meet Aegean Odyssey in Hellesylt.

      Beginning in the delightfully picturesque village of Geiranger, the road ascends first to the Flydalsjuvet viewpoint, where a very special wood and stone “Fjordsetet” (Fjord Seat) was inaugurated by Queen Sonja of Norway in 2003. From here you may be able to see Aegean Odyssey in the Geirangerfjord, as she departs to collect you a few miles to the west.

      The scenic route then continues along the winding Nibbevegen road to the summit of Mount Dalsnibba, 4,843ft above sea level. In 2016 an “invisible” viewing platform was opened here to create the illusion of floating, although you will be perfectly safe as you step out into space to look down at the Geirangerfjord far below and across towards the Blåbreen glacier.

      Next is the Jostedalsbreen National Park Centre, where a simple, rustic lunch will be served in a dining room overlooking the mountainous Oppstrynsvatn lake. Following a short informative film in the visitor centre and a guided tour of the botanical garden, you will then continue to the pretty little waterside village of Stryn for some time at leisure.

      On the final part of your journey, you will pass the deepest lake in Europe, the Hornindalsvatnet. This picturesque body of water is surrounded by rugged mountains, but no glacial streams drain into it directly (the lake is mostly maintained by melting snow) resulting in an exceptional clarity. Passing the Hellesyltfossen waterfall, where Henrik Ibsen was inspired to write his drama, ‘Brand’, you will then re-join Aegean Odyssey in Hellesylt.

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      Bergen Panorama with Mt. Fløien

      30 Jun Bergen, Norway
      Half Day
      Strategically placed on the western coast of Norway, the city of Bergen is commonly believed to have been founded by King Olav Kyrre in 1070AD. In the 13th-century it became the nation’s capital and remained Norway’s administrative centre until the union with Sweden in 1804 when the position of Norway’s capital passed to Oslo, or Christiana as it was then known. In 1905 the United Kingdom of Sweden and Norway was peacefully and amicably dissolved, but Oslo remained the capital, with Bergen its second city.

      Strategically placed on the western coast of Norway, the city of Bergen is commonly believed to have been founded by King Olav Kyrre in 1070AD. In the 13th-century it became the nation’s capital and remained Norway’s administrative centre until the union with Sweden in 1804 when the position of Norway’s capital passed to Oslo, or Christiana as it was then known. In 1905 the United Kingdom of Sweden and Norway was peacefully and amicably dissolved, but Oslo remained the capital, with Bergen its second city.

      This tour around Bergen’s fascinating history begins at the wooden pier of Bryggen in the former Hanseatic commercial district, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, before continuing to the imposing medieval hall of King Håkon Håkonsson and the Rosenkrantz Tower. You will also see St. Mary’s Church, which dates from around 1170 and is one of the finest examples of Romanesque architecture in Norway, followed by one of the oldest permanent theatres in the country, Den National Scene, and the more modern Grieghallen concert hall, which is named after Norway’s great composer, Edvard Grieg.

      For a fabulous finale, the “Fløibanen” is the only funicular railway in Scandinavia and will transport you from the city centre right to the summit of Mount Fløyen, some 320 metres above sea level, for amazing views over Bergen as well as the seaward approaches and the fjords surrounding it.

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      Stalheim & Tvinde Waterfall

      1 Jul Flam , Norway
      Half Day Uneven or Volcanic Ground
      The journey from Flåm to Tvindefossen passes through some spectacular mountainside before arriving at the old Viking village of Gudvangen, which overlooks Nærøyfjord. As well as being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this beautiful inlet is rated the world’s number one natural heritage site by the National Geographic Society, alongside the Geirangerfjord.

      The journey from Flåm to Tvindefossen passes through some spectacular mountainside before arriving at the old Viking village of Gudvangen, which overlooks Nærøyfjord. As well as being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this beautiful inlet is rated the world’s number one natural heritage site by the National Geographic Society, alongside the Geirangerfjord.

      From here the tour continues through the Nærøy valley, following salmon streams next to the winding Nærøy Road, to reach Tvindefossen near Voss. During the 19th-century this beautiful waterfall was immortalised by Norway’s most famous Romantic artist, Johan Christian Dahl, who painted the scene in 1830. Dahl’s work is often credited as having almost singlehandedly invented the 19th-century Norwegian tourist industry, when visitors travelled from far and wide to see for themselves the natural wonders he had painted.

      The route then continues to Oppheim Lake, before passing through rustic farmland to arrive at the Stalheim Hotel for high tea overlooking the Nærøyvalley. Standing near the cliff-edge to admire the 937 metre-high mountain known as the Jordalsnuten, or Sugar-lump, is a truly unforgettable moment at what is considered by many to be one of the most glorious and impressive locations in the world.

      The tour then descends along Norway’s steepest road, the Stalheimskleiven, which has nineteen hairpins, making for a dramatic return to Aegean Odyssey in Flåm.

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      The spectacular Flåm Railway

      1 Jul Flam , Norway
      Half Day Significant Steps
      Its route may run for just twelve miles, but the standard-gauge Flåm Railway is a masterpiece of engineering which climbs to approximately 2,845ft above sea level, traversing four levels of mountainous zigzagging track and passing through twenty tunnels, making it arguably the most dramatic train ride in Europe and one of the most beautiful in the world.

      Its route may run for just twelve miles, but the standard-gauge Flåm Railway is a masterpiece of engineering which climbs to approximately 2,845ft above sea level, traversing four levels of mountainous zigzagging track and passing through twenty tunnels, making it arguably the most dramatic train ride in Europe and one of the most beautiful in the world.

      The coaches are fully enclosed to protect you from the elements and have elegant wooden interiors with comfortable seating. Throughout the journey you will be accompanied by a local guide who will provide plenty of information about your surroundings as well as historical facts concerning the railway and its extraordinary process of construction during the 1920s and 1930s.

      After boarding your carriage in the village of Flåm, the first stage follows the salmon rich Flåm river, before the track climbs alongside the Sognefjord, which you will also cruise on board Aegean Odyssey. The route continues to switch back and forth across various rivers, so from time to time the train will proceed more slowly, stopping also at the spectacular 305ft high Kjosfossen waterfall, allowing you a better view of the magnificent scenery.

      Other breathtaking sights along the way include the sheer drop of the Rjoande Waterfall and the snow-capped peak of Vibmesnosi Mountain. The end of the line is Myrdal, where the train will turn and, after a short comfort break, follow the same route back to Flåm.

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      Stavanger - Walking tour in the old quarters incl. Canning Museum & Cathedral

      2 Jul Stavanger, Norway
      Half Day Extensive WalkingCobbled StreetsUphill Sections
      The old settlement of “Gamle” in Stavanger is considered one of Europe’s best preserved settlements of wooden houses. It features over two hundred charming white cottages, all dating from the 18th and 19th-centuries, most of which are still privately owned residences.

      The old settlement of “Gamle” in Stavanger is considered one of Europe’s best preserved settlements of wooden houses. It features over two hundred charming white cottages, all dating from the 18th and 19th-centuries, most of which are still privately owned residences. In 1975 this delightful district was identified by the United Nations as an exemplar of how well urban conservation can coexist with practical use. Gamle has plenty of galleries and handicraft boutiques to explore as well, so a stroll through its cobblestoned streets is ideal for browsing while you experience its fairytale atmosphere.

      Near the waterfront of the old quarter is the 19th-century fish canning factory, which is now the Canning Museum. During its time as a functioning plant many working-class Norwegians were employed here to clean, smoke and can freshly caught “Sild” (sardines). During a guided tour of the museum you will be able to learn more about how the factory once functioned before tasting some freshly smoked fish and bruschetta. A particular highlight is the exhibition of commercial canning labels known as “iddisar”. These miniature works of art reflect the changing artistic styles of the 19th and 20th-centuries, providing a fascinating insight into how Stavanger’s identity was forged by the sea.

      A short stroll south of Gamle, in the centre of Stavanger, is the 12th-century cathedral, founded by the English Bishop Reinald of Winchester in 1125 at the behest of King Sigurd the Crusader. This well-preserved mediaeval stone cathedral was originally Anglo-Norman, but following a fire in 1272, its vestibule was rebuilt in the Gothic style.

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      Highlights of Kristiansand & its Surroundings

      3 Jul Kristiansand, Norway
      Half Day Significant StepsUneven or Volcanic GroundUphill Sections
      Kristiansand has a lively fishing harbour and an old quarter, Kvadraturen, where the architecture is diverse and striking. The streets are broad but during this scenic drive through the city you will still be able observe the quadrant plan that was laid out in 1641 by King Christian IV.

      Kristiansand has a lively fishing harbour and an old quarter, Kvadraturen, where the architecture is diverse and striking. The streets are broad but during this scenic drive through the city you will still be able observe the quadrant plan that was laid out in 1641 by King Christian IV.

      The circular Christiansholm Fortress was built in 1672 on an islet approximately 100 yards from the shore, which is now reached by the Kristiansand Boardwalk. It was only ever used in anger once, during the Napoleonic Wars, when it successfully repelled a fleet of British warships. In 1872 it was decommissioned by royal decree and today is a popular venue for civic and cultural events.

      Passing through the town’s charming white wooden houses, the tour arrives at the open-air Vest-Agder Country Museum. Founded in 1903, this delightful site is one of the biggest open-air museums in Norway and has forty historic buildings that were moved here from across the region to be preserved for posterity. A guided walk around its carefully reconstructed streets provides an excellent insight into daily life for the people of Norway during the 17th, 18th and 19th-centuries.

      The next place of interest is the 400-year-old rose painted Søgne Old Church, where the Norwegian actress Karoline Reimers married Nobel Prize winning poet and playwright Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson in 1858. The area also has some breathtaking views of the North Sea, which you will be able to admire during the drive back to Kristiansand, when the panoramic coast road winds its way through some of the most picturesque fishing villages in southern Norway.

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      Oslo Highlights with Vigeland Park, Opera House & City Hall

      4 Jul Oslo, Norway
      Half Day Significant StepsUphill Sections
      Oslo’s main street of Karl Johans Gate is a charming route which passes many of the city’s most beautiful buildings. The Stortingsbygningen is Norway’s parliament and reflects an unusual synthesis of European influences in its architectural style.

      Oslo’s main street of Karl Johans Gate is a charming route which passes many of the city’s most beautiful buildings. The Stortingsbygningen is Norway’s parliament and reflects an unusual synthesis of European influences in its architectural style. By contrast, the Royal Palace, where the reigning monarch still resides, is a more traditional, classical affair. Passing around its grounds to Henrik Ibsen Street, the Nobel Institute is where every winner of the Nobel Peace Prize has been chosen since 1904. Then moving down to the waterfront, Akershus Fortress is in a strategically vital position overlooking the Oslofjord and has withstood a number of sieges throughout the ages.

      The Vigeland installation in Frogner Park (more commonly referred to as the Vigeland Sculpture Park) contains more than 200 stone and bronze sculptures, all of which were completed by Gustav Vigeland between 1924 and 1943. Among the most famous of these are The Angry Boy, The Monolith and The Wheel of Life, with each one symbolizing a different stage in the journey of mankind.

      Oslo’s white-marble and glass Opera House is a masterpiece of contemporary design that was created by the architectural firm Snøhetta at the turn of the 21st-century. The roof angles gently downwards to the ground, reflecting the country’s love of mountaineering while also allowing for a comfortable walk to its summit, where the views over the waterfront are well worth the climb. Finally, the red brick Functionalist style City Hall is where the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded every December, making it one of Oslo’s most famous buildings.

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      Oslo Highlights with Vigeland Park, Holmenkollen & Viking Ship Museum

      4 Jul Oslo, Norway
      Half Day Significant Steps
      Your tour begins with a drive past the Akershus Fortress, Royal Palace, Parliament and the National Theatre to arrive at the largest sculptural park by a single artist in the world. The unique installation of Frogner Park, more commonly known as Vigeland Sculpture Park, contains more than 200 stone and bronze sculptures, all of which were completed by Gustav Vigeland between 1924 and 1943.

      Your tour begins with a drive past the Akershus Fortress, Royal Palace, Parliament and the National Theatre to arrive at the largest sculptural park by a single artist in the world. The unique installation of Frogner Park, more commonly known as Vigeland Sculpture Park, contains more than 200 stone and bronze sculptures, all of which were completed by Gustav Vigeland between 1924 and 1943. Among the most famous of these are The Angry Boy, The Monolith and The Wheel of Life, with each one symbolizing a different stage in the journey of mankind.

      The tour continues through one of Oslo’s most expensive residential neighbourhoods to reach Holmenkollen and the world-famous Holmenkollbakken ski jump. Since 1892 this jaw-dropping run has hosted an annual ski festival, multiple world championships, regular cross-country biathlons and the 1952 Winter Olympics. The jump has been rebuilt a total of 19 times, including a complete replacement and modernisation in 2010. Even without jumping, the views across the city and Oslofjord are truly incredible.

      The last stop is the Viking Ship Museum, which features longboats taken from the burial mounds of Oseberg, Gokstad and Tune. All three remarkable ships are considered to be the best preserved in existence, with the Oseberg Karve having survived completely intact for over a thousand years. The museum also features archaeological discoveries from the chieftain grave at Borre in Vestfold County. These exhibits are some of the finest examples of art and craftsmanship, as well as objects of daily use, made in Norway 1100 to 1200 years ago.

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      Anne Frank Statue and Jewish Historical Museum

      6 Jul Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands
      Half Day
      When Anne Frank and her German-Jewish family fled Nazis Germany in 1934, they were able to build a new life in a quiet suburban area of Amsterdam known as the Merwedeplein, a triangle of buildings that remains much as it would have appeared to Anne when she played here with her friends and walked to the neighbourhood school each morning.

      When Anne Frank and her German-Jewish family fled Nazis Germany in 1934, they were able to build a new life in a quiet suburban area of Amsterdam known as the Merwedeplein, a triangle of buildings that remains much as it would have appeared to Anne when she played here with her friends and walked to the neighbourhood school each morning.

       

      At the western edge of the Merwedeplein is a bronze statue depicting Anne as she may have looked on the day she was forced into hiding above her father’s workplace in 1942, bag in hand, eyes downcast, head turned forlornly towards the home she was leaving behind. Your guide will also take you to the nearby bookstore where Anne first saw the red and white check diary into which she would later pour her hopes, thoughts, fears and experiences of life inside the “Achterhuis”, or “Secret Annex”, before transcribing it into a series of other notebooks.

       

      Thanks to the country’s tolerant government, persecuted Jews from other countries have long been welcomed into the Netherlands. At the city’s Jewish Historical Museum you will have a chance to learn more about the history of Judaism in the country while admiring various works of art and ceremonial objects associated with the religion. It’s then just a short stroll past the NEMO science museum to reach Aegean Odyssey at the city’s cruise terminal.

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      Van Gogh Museum and Canal Cruise

      6 Jul Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands
      Half Day Boat RideSignificant Steps
      Vincent Van Gogh only sold one painting during his lifetime but in the year since then has become the embodiment of a tragically misunderstood genius and one of the most recognisable painters in history. It’s only fitting, therefore, that the world’s largest collection of his work should be housed in the city where he applied for university and attempted to sell some of his early work.

      Vincent Van Gogh only sold one painting during his lifetime but in the year since then has become the embodiment of a tragically misunderstood genius and one of the most recognisable painters in history. It’s only fitting, therefore, that the world’s largest collection of his work should be housed in the city where he applied for university and attempted to sell some of his early work.

       

      The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam features more than two hundred paintings and drawings by the maestro, including three of his most important masterpieces, “The Potato Eaters”, “Bedroom in Arles” and one of the three “Sunflowers” repetitions. There’s also a fantastic collection of pieces by some of his contemporaries, including works by Paul Gauguin, Claude Monet, Édouard Manet, Georges Seurat, and Toulouse-Lautrec, as well as Van Gogh’s personal collection of Japanese prints, and the letters he wrote to his devoted brother, Theo, over the course of his life.

       

      Following your time in the museum you will then transfer to an awaiting riverboat for a relaxing one-hour cruise through the city’s world famous network of canals. Amsterdam is renowned for the narrowness of its 16th and 17th-century houses, most of which are no more than nine metres wide. Cruising beneath the city’s romantic network of bridges, your guide will explain more about the history of this wonderful European city, including the unique reason for its architectural style. The cruise then comes to an end on the river that gives Amsterdam its name, the Amstel, from where it’s just a short stroll back to Aegean Odyssey.

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      Rijksmuseum and Canal Cruise

      6 Jul Amsterdam, Holland, Netherlands
      Half Day Boat RideSignificant Steps
      The impressive neo-Gothic National Museum of the Netherlands was designed by Dutch architect Pierre Cuypers and opened its doors in 1885. Between 2003 and 2013 it underwent an extensive modernization program and today ranks alongside the Louvre, the Uffizi, and the Hermitage, as well as London’s National Gallery, as a major European centre of art.

      The impressive neo-Gothic National Museum of the Netherlands was designed by Dutch architect Pierre Cuypers and opened its doors in 1885. Between 2003 and 2013 it underwent an extensive modernization program and today ranks alongside the Louvre, the Uffizi, and the Hermitage, as well as London’s National Gallery, as a major European centre of art.

       

      Housing roughly one million artefacts and with at least 8,000 of them on display at any one time, this vast collection is dominated by the works of 17th-century Dutch masters Frans Hals, Johannes Vermeer and Rembrandt, with a hall devoted entirely to “The Night Watch”. But there are plenty of other highlights to see, including the mediaeval masterpieces of Albrecht Dürer, Hieronymus Bosch and Giovanni Bellini, as well as a wonderful Asian pavilion containing art brought together from China, Japan, Indonesia, India, Vietnam and Thailand, all dating from 2000 BC to 2000 AD.

       

      Following your time in the Rijksmuseum you will then transfer to an awaiting riverboat for a relaxing one hour cruise through the city’s world famous network of canals. Amsterdam is renowned for the narrowness of its 16th and 17th-century houses, most of which are no more than nine metres wide. Cruising beneath the city’s romantic network of bridges, your guide will explain more about the history of this wonderful European city, including the unique reason for its architectural style. The cruise then comes to an end on the river that gives Amsterdam its name, the Amstel, from where it’s just a short stroll back to Aegean Odyssey.

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      Dr Roderick Dale

      Dr Roderick Dale, PhD University of Nottingham
      Roderick Dale is Cultural Engagement Fellow with the Centre for the Study of the Viking Age at the University of Nottingham. He is curating the exhibition Danelaw Saga: Bringing Vikings back to the East Midlands and managing the Centre’s public engagement programme. Prior to this, he worked at University College Cork on The World-Tree Project, a community collection initiative that produced a digital multimedia archive of resources for the teaching and study of the Vikings.

      Roderick Dale is Cultural Engagement Fellow with the Centre for the Study of the Viking Age at the University of Nottingham. He is curating the exhibition Danelaw Saga: Bringing Vikings back to the East Midlands and managing the Centre’s public engagement programme. Prior to this, he worked at University College Cork on The World-Tree Project, a community collection initiative that produced a digital multimedia archive of resources for the teaching and study of the Vikings. Roderick earned his PhD on Viking berserks at the University of Nottingham, where he also taught Old English and Old Norse. Before returning to the academy, Roderick worked as an archaeologist throughout Britain. He has appeared on television in Time Team and Ancient Black Ops: Berserkers and has given many radio interviews about the Vikings. He is the author, with Dr Marjolein Stern, of Vikings: Raids. Culture. Legacy.

      Roderick is an expert in Viking-Age warfare, Old Norse language, literature and culture, and reception studies. His primary areas of research are Old Norse literature, medieval and Viking Age Nordic culture, and popular culture depictions of Vikings. He is heavily engaged in communicating academic research about the Vikings to the public, both through public lectures, and by advising authors about Vikings for their books, most recently the English language translation of Makoto Yukimura’s Vinland Saga manga.

      Roderick’s interest in the Viking Age stems from an early age when his grandmother told him stories about the Vikings, and was cemented by his time living and studying in Norway. This enthusiasm remains unabated, and he will happily talk Vikings with anyone willing to listen.

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      Prof Brian Williams

      Prof Brian Williams, University of Aberdeen
      Brian is the Emeritus Professor of Geology at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland and currently holds adjunct professorial positions in the Universities of Manchester and Bristol in the UK, and Dublin in Ireland. He has also held university teaching positions in The Netherlands, Canada and the USA. He is a Fellow of the Geological Society of London and a Member of the Energy Institute, and has published over 100 papers and several books. He has made TV appearances in the UK, USA and Far East and presented Radio 4 programmes for the BBC.

      Brian is the Emeritus Professor of Geology at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland and currently holds adjunct professorial positions in the Universities of Manchester and Bristol in the UK, and Dublin in Ireland. He has also held university teaching positions in The Netherlands, Canada and the USA. He is a Fellow of the Geological Society of London and a Member of the Energy Institute, and has published over 100 papers and several books. He has made TV appearances in the UK, USA and Far East and presented Radio 4 programmes for the BBC.

      Brian gained his Ph.D. in sedimentary geology from the University of Wales far too many years ago to admit to, and in 2004 was awarded a D.Sc. degree in recognition of his global contribution to sedimentary research. He is a consultant to, and undertakes training courses for, the Oil Industry and several small geological service companies. He has lectured on Voyages to Antiquity cruises since 2011. His studies have taken him to Australia, SE Asia, Middle East, Europe and North America which has given him the opportunity to share his enthusiasm for rocks and earth processes with adult education classes, industry personnel and students alike.

      In addition to being passionate about Geology, Brian is an ardent Rugby enthusiast [he's Welsh of course !!] and a devoted follower of American Jazz.

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      Grange City Hotel

      London, England, United Kingdom
      2-night hotel stay in London
      Premium Class
      This luxury hotel has sweeping views over the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. The building incorporates the last remaining section of London's Roman Wall.

      This luxury hotel has sweeping views over the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. The building incorporates the last remaining section of London's Roman Wall. The hotel features stunning guest bedrooms and in-house facilities include several vibrant bars and restaurants, and a state-of-the-art Health and Fitness Club, swimming pool and spa.

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      Grange St Pauls

      London, England, United Kingdom
      2-night hotel stay in London
      Balcony Class
      The Grange St. Paul's is a luxury 5-Star hotel, nestled beside St. Paul's Cathedral in London's bustling business district. Its contemporary glass interior houses 433 guest bedrooms, an array of bars and restaurants, a stunning Ajala Spa, and a private Health and Fitness Club with gym and 18m swimming pool.

      The Grange St. Paul's is a luxury 5-Star hotel, nestled beside St. Paul's Cathedral in London's bustling business district. Its contemporary glass interior houses 433 guest bedrooms, an array of bars and restaurants, a stunning Ajala Spa, and a private Health and Fitness Club with gym and 18m swimming pool.

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      Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with a complete vacation package and take advantage of Voyages to Antiquity's low-cost Economy Class airfare add-ons, available from a variety of North American gateways.

      Low-cost roundtrip airfare add-ons from over 30 N. American gateways

      Voyages to Antiquity’s low-cost Economy Class airfare program uses the world's leading airlines and offers convenient routings and exceptional savings. Upgrade costs for Business Class may be available on request - please call for details.

      Sample economy roundtrip airfare add-ons from several North American cities are listed below. Please contact your travel professional or call our representatives today for information about additional gateways that may be available.

      Sample economy airfare add-ons*

      Atlanta$595New York$595
      Boston$595Philadelphia$595
      Charlotte$695Portland, OR$795
      Chicago$695San Antonio$695
      Dallas$695San Francisco$795
      Denver$795Seattle$795
      Detroit$695St Louis$695
      Houston$695Tampa$695
      Los Angeles$795Miami$595
      Minneapolis$695Washington DC$595

      *Roundtrip airfare is economy class only and includes all government taxes, fees and airline fuel surcharges, which may change at any time. Airline-imposed personal charges such as baggage fees may apply.

      Some restrictions apply. You may not be able to change your confirmed flight arrangements without an additional charge. All air itineraries are subject to change and are not considered final until ticketed at 30 days prior to sailing. Some gateways may require departures 1 day prior to dates on pre-cruise land programs or 1 day later than dates on post-cruise programs shown on the website and in the brochure.

      Customized air travel

      You may wish to make changes to the flight itinerary provided by Voyages to Antiquity.

      Your travel agent can make these flight requests on your behalf when you confirm your reservation. For example, you may wish to request travel on a specific carrier, or travel on different departure or return dates. Any additional costs associated with the change(s) will be added to your reservation once your new itinerary has been accepted.

      Seat Assignments

      Voyages to Antiquity will request aisle and next seating when making your flight arrangements. Some airlines no longer allow specific seats to be requested for Economy Class travel. You or your travel agent may contact the carrier directly to request any special arrangements.

      Frequent Flyer Mileage

      You will be able to accrue miles on most carriers we use, but will not be able to use miles for upgrades or any other amenities. Special requests and services should be arranged directly with the airline.

      Included transfers

      Transfers between airports, hotels and Aegean Odyssey while on your cruise-tour abroad are included. You'll be met on arrival at your destination airport and transferred in comfort to the ship. At the end of your cruise holiday, you'll be transferred to the airport for your flight home. 

      Note: Included transfers are provided only in conjunction with arrival and departure dates of cruise-tours (including optional pre- and post hotel stays) as outlined on the website and our brochure. The included transfers are only available for guests purchasing Voyages to Antiquity air arrangements.

      A

      Owner's Suites

      BALCONY
      Owner's Suites, BALCONY
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      550 sq ft staterooms located on Lido Deck. Marble bathrooms, dressing area, separate sitting area and private balcony. Convertible twin beds.

      Guests in Balcony Class will also enjoy a welcome bottle of champagne & Petit Fours, refrigerator stocked with soft drinks, complimentary bottled water, robe and slippers and Molton brown bathroom amenities.

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      $12,550*pp
      Lido
      Lido
      B

      Junior Suites

      BALCONY
      Junior Suites, BALCONY
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      310 sq ft staterooms located on Lido Deck. Marble bathrooms, walk-in closet, sitting area and private balcony. Convertible twin beds.

      Guests in Balcony Class will also enjoy a welcome bottle of champagne & Petit Fours, refrigerator stocked with soft drinks, complimentary bottled water, robe and slippers and Molton brown bathroom amenities.

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      $11,595*pp
      Lido
      Lido
      C

      Deluxe Balcony

      BALCONY
      Deluxe Balcony, BALCONY
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      275 sq ft staterooms located on Lido & Bridge Decks. Bath/shower or walk-in shower, sitting area and private balcony. Fixed double bed, separate twins or convertible twins depending on cabin selected. Cabins 807, 808 on Lido Deck are smaller and do not have a sitting area.

      Guests in Balcony Class will also enjoy a welcome bottle of champagne & Petit Fours, refrigerator stocked with soft drinks, complimentary bottled water, robe and slippers and Molton brown bathroom amenities.

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      $10,495*pp
      Bridge
      Bridge
      Lido
      Lido
      D

      Deluxe Balcony

      BALCONY
      Deluxe Balcony, BALCONY
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      275 sq ft staterooms located on Belvedere Deck. Bath/shower or walk-in shower, sitting area and private balcony. Fixed double bed, separate twins or convertible twins depending on cabin selected.

      Guests in Balcony Class will also enjoy a welcome bottle of champagne & Petit Fours, refrigerator stocked with soft drinks, complimentary bottled water, robe and slippers and Molton brown bathroom amenities.

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      $9,995*pp
      Belvedere
      Belvedere
      E

      Deluxe Outside

      PREMIUM
      Deluxe Outside, PREMIUM
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      215 sq ft staterooms located on Belvedere Deck. Private bath/ shower or walk-in shower. Convertible twin beds. Cabins 556 and 563 are smaller but have a fixed double bed and a balcony.

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      $9,195*pp
      Belvedere
      Belvedere
      F

      Deluxe Outside

      PREMIUM
      Deluxe Outside, PREMIUM
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      170-200sq ft staterooms located on Bridge and Belvedere Decks. Bath/Shower or walk-in shower.
      Convertible twin beds or Fixed Double Bed. Cabins 535 and 536 have fixed twin beds only.

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      $8,845*pp
      Belvedere
      Belvedere
      Bridge
      Bridge
      Lido
      Lido
      G

      Premium Outside

      PREMIUM
      Premium Outside, PREMIUM
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      130-150 sq ft staterooms located on Bridge & Lido Decks. Private shower, fixed twin beds, convertible twin beds or fixed double bed.

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      $8,350*pp
      Bridge
      Bridge
      Lido
      Lido
      H

      Premium Outside

      PREMIUM
      Premium Outside, PREMIUM
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      Premium Outside 130 sq ft cabins located on Belvedere and Columbus Decks. Fixed twin beds with private shower.

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      $7,950*pp
      Belvedere
      Belvedere
      Columbus
      Columbus
      I*

      Premium Outside

      PREMIUM
      Premium Outside, PREMIUM
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      130 sq ft cabins located on Bridge Deck. Private shower. Fixed twin beds or fixed double bed.
      Views in some cabins partially obstructed by Life Boats.

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      $7,495*pp
      Bridge
      Bridge
      J

      Standard Outside

      PREMIUM
      Standard Outside, PREMIUM
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      130 sq ft cabins located on Columbus Deck. Fixed twin beds with private shower.
      * Please note the photo shows a Category H premium outside cabin. Category J standard outside cabins feature portholes instead of windows.

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      $7,095*pp
      Columbus
      Columbus
      K

      Premium Inside

      PREMIUM
      Premium Inside, PREMIUM
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      130 sq ft cabins located on Belvedere Deck. Fixed twin beds with private shower.

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      $6,695*pp
      Belvedere
      Belvedere
      L

      Premium Inside

      PREMIUM
      Premium Inside, PREMIUM
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      130 sq ft cabins located on Columbus Decks. Fixed twin beds with private shower.

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      $6,345*pp
      Columbus
      Columbus
      M

      Standard Inside

      PREMIUM
      Standard Inside, PREMIUM
      Layout
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      130 sq ft cabins located on Belvedere and Columbus Decks. Fixed twin beds with private shower.

      Select from the menu to view different areas of the ship (Takes up to 10 seconds to load)

      $5,995*pp
      Belvedere
      Belvedere
      Columbus
      Columbus
      CC

      Deluxe Balcony

      SINGLE CABINS
      Deluxe Balcony, SINGLE CABINS
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      135 sq ft single occupancy stateroom located on Lido Deck (Cabins 809, 810). Walk-in shower and private balcony. Fixed small double bed.

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      $12,750*pp
      Lido
      Lido
      EE

      Deluxe Outside

      SINGLE CABINS
      Deluxe Outside, SINGLE CABINS
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      135 sq ft single occupancy Deluxe staterooms located on Belvedere Deck(554, 561). Shower, European full-size bed and a small balcony.

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      $11,125*pp
      Belvedere
      Belvedere
      GG*

      Premium Outside

      SINGLE CABINS
      Premium Outside, SINGLE CABINS
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      Single occupancy Premium outside staterooms located on Bridge and Lido Deck. Private shower and a European full-size bed. Views in cabins 726, 724 on Belvedere deck are partially obstructed by lifeboats.

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      $9,995*pp
      Bridge
      Bridge
      Lido
      Lido
      HH*

      Premium Outside

      SINGLE CABINS
      Premium Outside, SINGLE CABINS
      Layout
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      Premium outside single occupancy staterooms located on Bridge & Belvedere decks, featuring a European full-size bed and a private shower.
       * Please note the cabin plan and photo shows the Category H double occupancy stateroom. Category HH single staterooms are smaller and feature one European full-size bed. Views are partially obstructed by lifeboats in the cabins on Bridge deck.

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      $9,550*pp
      Belvedere
      Belvedere
      Bridge
      Bridge
      II*

      Premium Outside

      SINGLE CABINS
      Premium Outside, SINGLE CABINS
      Layout
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      130 sq ft Premuim Outside staterooms located on Bridge Deck, featuring a double window and a European full-size bed with private shower. Views are partially obstructed by lifeboats.
      *Please note the photo & cabin plan show a double occupancy I cabin. Cabins 710 and 712 (Category II, single occupancy) are smaller in size and feature a single European size bed.

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      $8,995*pp
      Bridge
      Bridge
      JJ

      Standard Outside

      SINGLE CABINS
      Standard Outside, SINGLE CABINS
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      Single occupancy standard outside cabins located on Columbus Deck, featuring portholes in place of windows. A single European size bed with private shower.
      *Please note the picture shows a standard outside double occupancy cabin. Single occupancy cabins are smaller and feature a single European size bed and portholes instead of windows.

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      $8,495*pp
      Columbus
      Columbus
      KK

      Premium Inside

      SINGLE CABINS
      Premium Inside, SINGLE CABINS
      Layout
      virtual

      Select from the menu to view different areas of the ship (Takes up to 10 seconds to load)

      $7,995*pp
      Belvedere
      Belvedere
      LL

      Premium Inside

      SINGLE CABINS
      Premium Inside, SINGLE CABINS
      Layout
      virtual

      Select from the menu to view different areas of the ship (Takes up to 10 seconds to load)

      $7,550*pp
      Columbus
      Columbus
      MM

      Standard Inside

      SINGLE CABINS
      Standard Inside, SINGLE CABINS
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      130 sq ft Standard inside single occupancy cabins located on Belvedere Decks. A small double bed with private shower.
      *Please note the picture shows a double occupancy inside cabin. Cabins MM are smaller and feature a small double bed.

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      $7,150*pp
      Belvedere
      Belvedere
      Third/fourth person sharing
      $4,750
      Port Fees & Service Charges (included in the fares above)
      $650
      Air Credit (when making your own air arrangements)
      $1,200
      Cruise Only Credit (when making own air and hotel arrangements)
      $1,600

      MV AEGEAN ODYSSEY

       

      There is a particular pleasure that comes with cruising aboard a smaller ship. Hosting an average of just 350 passengers, Aegean Odyssey is no ‘floating city’. She is small enough to sail rivers and put into the more characterful ports inaccessible to the ‘mega-ships’, the service is more personal and you get plenty of time to interact with the onboard experts.

      Yet on the other hand, she is large enough to offer a superb selection of amenities, including two dining venues, several comfortable lounges and bars, a relaxing spa centre and well-stocked library. Cabins are spacious, modern and intelligently designed, and 39 cabins across a range of categories (including balcony) are set aside for solo travellers at low supplement.  

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      Our website does not display live availability. All prices and availability be will confirmed at time of enquiry. The single supplement offers only apply to our single cabin categories. Special Offers are strictly capacity controlled, subject to availability, may be withdrawn at any time and are not always combinable. Please note – while we will do our best to adhere to this full itinerary, there may be changes at the discretion of the captain, due to weather advisories, port traffic and other unforeseeable circumstances. Shore excursions are subject to change. We reserve the right to alter, cancel or substitute an included excursion at any time.