Viking Cruises: what's new in 2020?
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2020 is shaping up to be a big year in cruise, with Viking Cruises offering up a delectable buffet of incredible cruises all over the globe.
What’s new in 2020?
2020–2021 Viking World Cruise: Sail from Miami to London on this epic 161-day journey across the globe, calling on 33 different countries and visiting 75 of the world’s most notable cities, including Los Angeles, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Rome and Barcelona.
Australia, Indonesia and Asia: This exciting 28-day voyage starts in Sydney and ends in Hong Kong, stopping along the way at some of the Eastern Hemisphere’s most fascinating ports including Komodo, Manila, Xiamen and Darwin.
Jewels of Southeast Asia: Visit eight different countries including Vietnam, Thailand, India and Cambodia on this dynamic 26-day journey from Hong Kong to Mumbai.
Book early in order to guarantee your preferred departure date and stateroom category. So you spend your time on board making memories instead of last-minute reservations, also pre-book your shore excursions, transfers and specialty dining options ahead of your departure via My Viking Journey.
Enrich your journey. Enjoy destination discussions with Viking’s resident historian, check out the onboard library with titles thoughtfully selected by Heywood Hill of Mayfair, and relish the daily Munch Moments art display at 6pm each evening, showcasing works from Norway’s most famous artist, Edvard Munch.
Don’t miss the delectable afternoon tea served daily in the Wintergarden, or the Nordic-inspired spa facilities, both of which come complimentary with your cruise.
Viking Homelands – 15 nights from $9,995 per person
Viking Homelands is one of Viking’s most popular ocean cruise itineraries, and for good reason. Sailing from Stockholm to Bergen (or vice versa), this spectacular 15-day voyage ticks off the highlights of Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Poland, Germany, Denmark and Norway.
Overnight stays in cosmopolitan Stockholm, majestic Saint Petersburg and scenic Bergen give you more time to explore the history and traditions of this captivating part of the world. Delight your palate at one of Copenhagen’s many Michelin-starred restaurants; wander through the sumptuously baroque Kadriorg Palace in Tallinn; see the remnants of the Berlin Wall; marvel at the Gothic Cathedrals of Gdańsk, and that’s just the beginning.