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Where (and When) the Sun Never Sets

After the long, cold winter, Scandinavians are rewarded with summer’s midnight sun. And above the Arctic Circle between the months of May through July, the sun actually never sets and sunlight streaks through the dramatic landscapes 24 hours a day. Bask in the culture, the scenery, and the never-setting sun on our Into the Midnight Sun ocean cruise.


Cocktails in the Explorers’ Lounge always comes with smiles and toasts. Tag along with Viking travelers as they share what they are experiencing around the world today. Cheers!

New York Times: 52 Places to Go in 2018

If you could go anywhere in the world this year, where would it be? The New York Times has 52 suggestions. And one of them, coming in at #23, is exploring western Germany—including on a Viking Longship along the Rhine River.

Dutch Split Pea Soup Recipe

During the cold winters in Holland, small food and drink stalls called koek en zopie spring up along frozen canals serving this split pea soup to ice skaters.


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