Norwegian Fjords
Onboard P&O Cruises - Britannia
Why book…
  • Visit the 12th-century Stavanger Cathedral and marvel at its vaulted ceiling and 13th-century Gothic chancel
  • Admire the fascinating panoramic views from 650 metres above Aurland Fjord at Stegastein viewpoint
  • Step aboard the Flam railway, described as one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world that takes you through stunning mountain scenery of valleys and waterfalls
Overview Itinerary
The Ship
Britannia joined the P&O Cruises' fleet in 2015. Designed for the modern British holidaymaker, she combines the latest innovations with a contemporary style. The spectacular 'starburst' centrepiece at the heart of the atrium greets you as you step aboard and perfectly complements the 6000 artworks, chic public areas, and state-of-the-art staterooms. You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to amenities - there are more than ten eateries, eight social areas and bars, seven entertainment venues, and countless places to relax, unwind, and have fun. Escape to the Retreat adult-only spa terrace for an hour or so while the kids have fun with the clubs and activities at The Reef. Innovations such as The Cookery Club and The Studio add to your on-board experience too. Days in port open up a world of sightseeing, thrilling adventures, and cultural activities, either independently or on an organised excursion.

Food
There are three main dining rooms on Britannia — Peninsular, Oriental and Meridian — and all serve a five-course dinner menu. Oriental offers traditional Club Dining with early or late sittings, while Meridian and Peninsular provide more flexible Freedom Dining. Horizon opens round-the-clock for light bites and international buffet-style dishes. There is also Lido Grill and a 'grab and go' counter by the pool. Market Cafe is a classic French-style patisserie from Eric Lanlard serving gourmet meze boards, crepes, and gelatos. Speciality restaurants include The Epicurean — offering modern afternoon tea and a fine dining menu — and Sindhu Restaurant, which serves a fusion of Indian and British cuisines with exotic cocktails. The Glass House pairs every mouth-watering dish with a glass of wine. The Limelight Club is an adult-only eatery that hosts a gourmet dinner before transforming into a late-night entertainment and dancing venue. Celebrity chef-hosted dinners are also available on Britannia.

Drink
There is a bar or lounge to match your every mood. Unwind with a leisurely cappuccino in Java coffee bar after a day ashore. Brodie's Bar combines a relaxed traditional pub setting with quizzes, live football screenings, and the chance to experience The Great British Beer Menu. Relax with a glass of wine in The Glass House, with recommendations by celebrity wine expert, Olly Smith. The expert bar staff in The Blue Bar create signature cocktails in their own inimitable style before your eyes. Socialise with new-found friends over an artisan gin and tonic as you enjoy amazing views in The Crow's Nest.

Entertainment
Indulge yourself with a pampering afternoon in Oasis Spa or hone your cooking and chocolate-making skills at The Cookery Club. The Studio hosts guest speakers, films, game shows, and musical recitals, or you can take a twirl with your partner around the dance floor in The Crystal Room. Headliners Theatre presents Broadway-style shows, musical extravaganzas, acrobatic shows, and themed performances against a unique LED backdrop. Take your seat in The Live Lounge to enjoy comedy, live bands, and tribute acts, or try your luck at the slot machines in the casino. Bring your day to a close in style with late-night dancing in The Limelight Club.
Day 1: Southampton, UK
Arrive in Southampton and embark on board P&O Britannia for your seven-night cruise.
Day 2: At Sea
Day 3: Stavanger, Norway
Arrive at the port of Stavanger - gateway to the majestic Lysefjord. Meander through the cobbled streets lined with white-washed wooden houses and see artists at work in the old quarter. Visit the 12th-century Stavanger Cathedral and marvel at its vaulted ceiling and 13th-century Gothic chancel. Stop by the Norwegian Canning Museum to appreciate the town's heritage as the 'herring capital' of Norway.
Day 4: Flam, Norway > Aurlandsfjord, Norway > Sognefjord, Norway
Surround yourself in the beautiful fjords of Norway and delight in the wonders of the natural landscapes of Flam, Aurlandsfjorden, and Sognefjord. Admire the fascinating panoramic views from 650 metres above Aurland Fjord at Stegastein viewpoint – a walkway that juts 30 metres out from the side of the mountain. Enjoy the UNESCO World Heritage landmark Naeroyfjord, a unique setting surrounded by mountains, waterfalls, and idyllic farms. Ride in style on the FjordSafari which offers an intimate experience of the Fjord Mountains at the picturesque World Heritage Site, or step aboard the Flam railway, described as one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world that takes you through stunning mountain scenery of valleys and waterfalls. Admire Stalheimsfossen waterfall up close which has a 126-metre tall Horsetail drop and is located in the village of Stalheim.
Day 5: Olden, Norway > Innvikfjorden, Norway > Nordfjord, Norway
Olden, Innvikfjorden, and Nordfjord are popular destinations for cruise ships due to the stunning scenic beauty of the areas. Visit the small and pleasant village of Olden at the end of the Nordfjord; just a ten-minute walk from the quay brings you to shops, outlet stores, and plentiful cafes. Adventurers delight in one of Norway’s National Parks, Jostedalsbreen, and ride one of the steepest cable cars in the world to reveal the outstanding, panoramic vistas of the fjord landscape. Visit one of the most popular glaciers in Norway, Briksdal Glacier, or head to the Jostedalsbreen National Park Visitor Centre where you can learn about glaciers, avalanches, and see the animals in the park. Learn about the local culture at The Anders Svor Museum and the Nordfjord Folk Museum.
Day 6: Bergen, Norway
The charming port city of Bergen is framed by seven hills on Norway's south-west shore. Bergen’s bustling waterfront and narrow streets of colourful half-timbered houses combine with a proud musical and maritime heritage. Ride the funicular railway up Mount Floyen for city views. Visit Troldhaugen Museum to see Edvard Grieg's musical heritage comes to life, or explore the artwork on display at KODE. The 900-year old Bryggen, a wharf that features museums and pubs, guides you through the city's sea-faring past, while locally-caught seafood can be found at Bergen Fish Market. Discover family fun at Bergen Science Centre and Bergen Aquarium, or explore the city's sights on a Segway tour.
Day 7: At Sea
Day 8: Southampton, UK
Today your cruise comes to an end. Disembark and make your way home.
To book call 0800 408 4229 or Enquire online
Offer based on 2 adults sharing an Interior Stateroom/Cabin Prices unless otherwise stated. All offers subject to availability and can change without notice and may go up or down in price.
Price per person from only
£779
August 2019 - 7 Nights - Sailing from Southampton
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