7 Night Norwegian Fjord Cruise on board MSC Magnifica
MSC Magnifica from only €799 pp, Bella Interior Cabin & Gratuities Included
Depart 19 June 2021
Southampton, Haugesund, Flaam, Nordfjordeid, Rosendal
Masterfully combining the relaxed refinement of the Musica Class with the variety and opulence of our Fantasia Class flagships, MSC Magnifica brings cruise travellers the best of both worlds.
Marrying traditional craftsmanship with ground-breaking design, the superb venues on this ship spoil you for choice, including 5 gourmet restaurants serving food from around the world and 12 designer-themed bars. Kids and teens love their own themed venues and special clubs that help break the ice with new friends.
SOUTHAMPTON: Despite its pummelling by the Luftwaffe and some disastrous postwar urban sprawl, the thousand-year-old city of Southampton has retained some of its medieval charm in parts and reinvented itself as a twenty-first century shopping centre in others, with the giant glass-and-steel West Quay as its focus.
HAUGESUND: This city is the perfect place for those who love unspoiled nature as the entire area is full of trails leading through the woods. The Djupadalen recreation area, for example, is located near the center of Haugesund and is the best place to go hiking all year round. In summer, you can swim at Eivindsvannet, a small, charming lake also ideal for taking a walk, a picnic in the open air or simply spending the day in total relaxation. Beautiful, natural and stimulating, this is a wonderful place to stretch your legs.
FLAAM: To reach Flåm, your MSC cruise ship will navigate into the Sognefjord, the long est of the hundreds of Norwegian fjords.
Extending over 204 kilometres and 1,308 metres deep, it is a record breaking fjord in which your ship will head southward, to reach the southern end of the Aurlandsfjord.
NORDFJORDEID: Norway is a magical country, to be discovered and savoured, with its flourishing nature as the undisputed protagonist. You can reach Nordfjordeid with an MCS Cruise. The view will leave you breathless: the peaks that stand out seem to dive in where the Atlantic ocean gets colder and colder. Moving in the innermost part of the fjord it is possible to admire the wonderful glaciers and the Hornindalsvatnet, the deepest lake in Europe (514 meters). Its point of maximum width is 4 kilometres, it’s 22 kilometers long and it’s about 400 kilometres away from Oslo, the capital city.