I went on the Marco Polo in May to visit the Norwegian fjords. The day we arrived in Bergen (May 17th) was their Constitution Day and nearly everyone was in their national dress. The youths not wearing the traditional dress were all in suits; not a pair of jeans in sight! There were hundreds of people around plus a parade and a fun fair but not a scrap of litter; the Norwegians are so proud of their country.The lovely Hanseatic wharf in Briggan with all the little side streets was very attractive and King Harkon's Hall so well preserved.
Marco Polo was lovely, not too big and the staff were all so attentive and helpful. There was a great choice of food and the evening entertainment was excellent. There were also some 'serious' lectures which were so interesting - from Northern Lights, DNA and forensics to dinosaurs. Security was second to none and the excursions ashore were well organised.
Ge4irange3r Fjord was perfect but being fairly early in the year and the 2016 weather continuing to be cold for so long, not many of the waterfalls were flowing.
The scenery everywhere was spectacular. One excursion was a visit to the Briksdal Glacier where you could either walk or go in a Troll Car if there was difficulty in walking. At the base of the glacier was a lake and the water in there was just like drinking silk - it was so soft.
The Flam railway was fascinating with a huge waterfall along the way and a photo-stop for the cameras and camcorders.
Andalsnes gave the opportunity to visit Trollveggen - the Troll Wall which is 6,000 feet high and quite often covered in cloud at the top but impressive non the less.
The shop in Geiranger was wonderful as were the cafes and as we moved on to Olden, we had spectacular waterfalls in the Fjord
I cant give a favorite place to visit, I loved them all