Explore the wonders of the Sognefjord in the region between Oslo, the capital, Bergen, the “gateway to the Fjords”. Enjoy cruises on the famous Sognefjord and the western coastline to Bergen. Discover the power of the Vosso River on a rafting tour in Voss, as well as going on a spectacular journey on the famous Flåm and Bergen Railways.
Discover the major highlights of the Norwegian Fjords in the region between Bergen – the “gateway to the Fjords” and Oslo - the capital. Enjoy cruises on the famous Hardangerfjord and the Sognefjord, as well as going on a spectacular journey on the famous Flåm Railway, admiring the impressive Vøringsfoss waterfall and visiting the Nature Centre in Hardanger.
Discover the incredible coastline of Norway and cruise the fjords, including the UNESCO listed Geirangerfjord, with Havila Kystruten from Bergen to Molde – the “town of roses”. Embark on a spectacular journey on the famous Rauma Railway, passing below the famous vertical rock Trollveggen. Embrace a special nature experience, looking for wild muskox. Visit the cozy small town of Lillehammer and the Capital of Norway – Oslo.
Explore the most spectacular and panoramic scenery the western part of Norway has to offer on this ultimate Fjord adventure. Cruising through the Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord, both listed on the UNESCO Heritage list, as well as discovering the wonders of the Hardangerfjord. Travel on the “Golden Route”, driving up the Troll road from Åndalsnes and down the Eagle road to Geiranger. Board the iconic coastal cruise, taking you from Ålesund to Bergen and enjoy famous train rides, such as the Flåm Railway and the Rauma railway.
Discover south-west Norway with your own car or motorcycle. The roads from Bergen to Stavanger run between steep cliffs and fjords. On a detour inland, you will visit tame moose and spend the night in the countryside in a historic homestead, before continuing to the maritime city of Kristiansand.
Untamed nature and millennia-old history, packaged with environmentally friendly public transport and certified hotels, fulfilling modern sustainability standards. Cross Southern Norway from west to east and travel through 3000 years og history and find yourself in the re-invented capital city of the 21st century, Oslo.
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Explore one of the most magnificent areas in the world, the Lofoten Islands, draped across the turbulent waters of the Norwegian Sea and far above the Arctic Circle. This rare wilderness outpost offers an untrammeled landscape of majestic mountains, deep fjords, squawking seabird colonies and long, crystal white beaches. Get the chance to see the spectacular midnight sun during the evenings as well as on a kayaking tour, stay in a famous Rorbu cabin in the village of Reine, cruise through the majestic islands of Lofoten, visit the animals of the north at the Polar Park in Narvik and the check out two of the most northern cities of Norway, Bodø and Tromsø.
Discover the magical winter wonderland of Northern Norway and the spectacular Northern Lights. Enjoy a cruise on the coastal route from Bodø to Tromsø, while passing by the magnificent Lofoten Islands. Sailing along the Norwegian coastline, far away from light pollution, you are provided with some of the best possibilities to view the magical light show of Aurora Borealis. Disembark in Tromsø, with its perfect combination of exotic winter activities and city life, to experience a husky sled ride and meet reindeer.
Base your Northern Lights Adventure in Tromsø, the northern-most University city with trending bars, cafés and shops. Up north, the arctic wilderness stretches endlessly from the city limites, allowing for pristine nature experiences, just a short drive from modern conveniences. Knowledgable guides will take you to the best places for spotting the Aurora Borealis, to gaze at a starry winter sky.
Start the journey with one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world in a white winter dress. With the Bergensbahn you can reach the winter sports resort Voss. From the 24 runs and 11 ski lifts you have fantastic views of the wintry fjord landscape. Not enough choice? Take a trip to the Myrkdalen ski center with 22 slopes and 9 lifts.
Explore the most interesting sites of the three royal capitals of Scandinavia. The tour starts in Oslo. An enjoyable overnight cruise takes you to Copenhagen, known for its Little Mermaid and historical castles. Enjoy the train ride from Copenhagen to Stockholm, a city with numerous canals and a picturesque old town.
Take a break and visit the capital of Norway, Oslo, situated at the head of the Oslo fjord. The city is known for its green spaces, cutting-edge food, fashion, art scenes, as well as a wide variety of museums. With the Oslo pass, you can tour around all over the city with public transportation as well as checking out the many attractions and museums included with the Oslo pass. This tour can easily be added to many of our package tours to extend your holiday.
Explore the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen. In this charming city one thousand years of history await in the medieval streets; streets walked by every generation of the world's oldest royal family, canals inspiring artists for centuries and quarters home to meticulous craftsmen and famous designers. With the Copenhagen Card, you can tour around all over the city with public transportation as well as checking out the many attractions and museums included with the Copenhagen Card.
The capital of Sweden is built on 14 islands, and you are never far from the water. Well-preserved medieval buildings stand alongside modern architecture, and just outside the city, the archipelago of about 30,000 islands is waiting to be explored. With the Stockholm Pass and travel card, you can tour around all over the city with public transportation as well as checking out the many attractions and museums included with the Stockholm Pass.