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Fjords of Norway
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Use this list when selecting your Fjords of Norway cruise itinerary.
Geographically, it's the world's second longest fjord (204 kilometers or 125 miles). And Sognefjord is the world's deepest and most popular one.
It's an arm of the Sognefjord and is celebrated for its soaring, narrow-spaced cliffs.
Tall, cascading waterfalls are its chief draw. The Seven Sisters is the most spectacular.
Lysefjorden and Hardangerfjord rank fourth and fifth.
Points to consider:
Mid-May to mid-September
The prime Fjords of Norway cruise season.
Mid-June through August
The warmest prime-season period.
Blooming wildflowers and blossoming fruit trees attractively adorn the landscape.
The weeks immediately before and after the summer solstice (June 21) have exceptionally long daylight hours for sightseeing.
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