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Fjords are the emblem of Norway and are world renowned. The fjords are divided by fjord ‘arms’ all of them offering a different type of charm. This tour allows you to discover un-imaginable beauty, majestic fjords, snow-capped glaciers and mountains with your family.
In Lillehammer you can explore the very best of Norwegian countryside – from high mountains to forest-clad hills and cultural landscapes – in one single day. Plenty of opportunities for hiking, cycling, skiing or horseback riding are boundles
Museum on the Bygdøy peninsula with the world's best-preserved Viking ships and finds from Viking tombs around the Oslo Fjord.Enjoy the adventure film The Vikings Alive which is screened throughout the day on the ceilings and wall inside the museum
As one of the most famous National Tourist Routes, Trollstigen (“The Trolls Road”) is a visual feast. The stretch of road that climbs up the mountain is not particularly long, but the National Tourist Route from Geiranger to the bottom of Romsdal valley cover a ground of 100 kilometres. It takes you through the mighty nature of Fjord Norway and offers breathtaking views, steep mountain slopes and high waterfalls. Framing the experience are lofty mountains with names like Kongen (“the King”) and Dronningen (“the Queen”).
For some of the very best and most dramatic fjord scenery anywhere in Norway, experience the Geirangerfjord UNESCO World Heritage site from a boat. The scenery here is absolutely breathtaking. You will the get a closer look at the “Seven Sisters”, “Bridal Veil” and “Suitor” waterfalls, the majestic fjord cliffs and abandoned mountain farms.
The town of Ålesund has a beautiful setting across several islands stretching out into the Atlantic Ocean, and is known for its architecture in Art Nouveau style. You could go hiking or skiing, or just kick back and enjoy the view.
The Atlanterhavsparken is one of the most particular Aquariums in Europe. The Aquarium is built into the coastal landscape at Tueneset, the coastline west in Ålesund. Study the large landscape tanks that unfiltrted shows life in sea along the Norwegian coast and in the Atlantic Ocean.
You will go beyond a traditional cruise line - explore the world in an authentic, unique & natural style
Bergen is Norway's second largest city, and lies clambering up the mountain sides, overlooking the sea, embracing you. You can roam through living history in this modern city, before continuing on to explore the wildest and loveliest fjords of Norway.
Bryggen has been a place of trade for a thousand years. But now the wares have changed. Ceramic Vikings stand alert on shelves and tables, surrounded by vases, artworks and tools covered in clay.What you don’t see from the street, is that today you’ll find potters, jewelers and artists, and textile and leather crafters’ shops lining either side of the tiny alleys between the rows of historic houses.
The funicular railway is one of Norway's most famous attractions. The exciting trip up to the mountain is a magnificent experience in itself.From Mount Fløyen you can enjoy the beautiful view, study the cityscape in detail and the seaward approaches and fjords surrounding Bergen.