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Viking ship crusing by a castle
Embark on a journey of discovery

Viking® offers destination-focused itineraries on the great rivers and oceans of the world. Enjoy exciting cities, culturally enriching experiences, regional cuisine, and spacious accommodations aboard elegant, state-of-the-art ships.

The Viking difference

  • From our Viking Longships® on Europe’s rivers to our elegant sister ships on the world’s great oceans and seas, our award-winning vessels have been thoughtfully engineered by nautical architects to bring the outside in.
  • Our itineraries are designed to help you explore and engage with your destination through its food, culture, countryside, and customs.
  • Included shore excursions and carefully curated optional tours provide the perfect overview of must-see cultural and historic highlights.
  • You'll have the opportunity to sail to Antarctica, as well as North America’s Great Lakes, on new, purpose-built Viking Expedition ships. You can also be among the first to experience modern river voyages on the Viking Mississippi, a new custom-built ship sailing voyages on the lower and upper Mississippi, between New Orleans and St. Paul.
  • In 2022, Viking was named the #1 River Line and the #1 Ocean Line in Condé Nast Traveler’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards.
  • And in 2022 -- their 25th anniversary year -- Viking was awarded both #1 River Line and #1 Ocean Line by Travel+Leisure, and has been recognized 18 times since 2004.


Featured Viking itineraries

Viking Inclusive Value:

  • A complimentary shore excursion in every port of call
  • All onboard meals featuring regional specialties and always available classics
  • Complimentary wine, beer, and soft drinks with onboard lunch and dinner service
  • Specialty coffees, teas, and bottled water available 24 hours
  • All port charges
  • Free Wi-Fi on the ship

AAA member benefits:

  • $100 shipboard credit per person ($200 per stateroom) on itineraries of 8-11 days1
  • $200 shipboard credit per person ($400 per stateroom) on itineraries of 12 days or more2