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Obviously the fjords themselves are the focal point of cruises to the Norwegian Fjords, with Naeroyfjord and Geirangerfjord being the most popular - and they are also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are seven fjords in total and all offer stunning cruising!

Stavanger, Flam and Bergen are staples of the fjords cruises, and each of these offers a look at Norwegian culture whilst keeping you firmly in a world of natural beauty. Stavanger is best known for its centre crammed with 17th and 18th century wooden houses whilst Bergen is all about its brightly coloured and bustling centre.

Oslo and Amsterdam are other great ports to look out for, giving your cruise to one of the most beautiful parts of the world a cultural edge as well. You could take in the Vigeland Sculpture Park in Oslo, or keep with the watery theme in Amsterdam and take a canal boat tour.

These cruises often get booked up well in advance thanks to a whole heap of early bird offers, so use our cruise search to get your Norwegian Fjords trip arranged. The high summer ones are most popular as you'll usually get to experience the midnight sun, so look for May or September dates to save.

It's also worth looking out for free upgrades on cabins, especially if you can book an outside and get a balcony upgrade - imagine your own personal views as you cruise the fjords!

And make sure you save on your way to your departure port. With no-fly cruises it's a great idea to look for free shuttle buses to the port, free parking, or even free overnight stays nearby. Parking costs can really rack up if you're away for a week or more, so always make sure to ask about options from your cruise provider.