Cruise Port Ísafjörður (Iceland)

Cruise tour to the port Ísafjörður (Iceland). Data about the port Ísafjörður (Iceland), cruises from Ísafjörður (Iceland), touch at Ísafjörður (Iceland) of these ships, as Artania (ex Artemis), departure from Ísafjörður (Iceland), excursions and tourist programs.

Although all of the fjords in the North-West are losing inhabitants to more prosperous areas, Ísafjörður has been successful in keeping its residents and has even recorded a slight growth in population, to around 3,500. The town was founded as a settlement for the Hanseatics and later taken over by the Danes. Ísafjörður is an excellent example of the development of Icelandic architecture. There are five listed buildings in Ísafjörður - all of which were built in the 18th century. The oldest house dates from the mid-18th century, the most recent from 1788. Four of the houses are in Neostikaupstaour and one is in Haestikaupstaour. Other sights include: the museum .


Zuiderdam
Amadea
Prinsendam
Ocean Majesty
Rotterdam
Koningsdam
Silver Cloud
Zuiderdam
Nautica
MSC Meraviglia
MS Deutschland - das Traumschiff
Prinsendam
Zuiderdam
Artania
Silver Wind

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