Fjords of Norway
Bergen to Oslo
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- Six nights in premium accommodation
- Services of a Great Rail Journeys Tour Escort and expert local guides
- Includes 10 meals. Enjoy 6 Breakfasts and 4 Dinners
- Airport transfers and tipping
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Oslo Sightseeing Tour
During a tour of Oslo see Norway's magnificent 19th century Royal Palace and City Hall, home to Nobel Prize ceremonies.
Bergen by Foot
Gather your bearings during a guided walking tour of Bergen, visiting the delightful waterfront and World Heritage wharf.
Take a cruise on Aurlandsfjord which joins with the world's second longest fjord, Sognefjord.
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Today your tour across Norway's beautiful countryside and fjords begins. The seaside city of Bergen is surrounded by icy fjords and mountains with charming, colourful, wooden houses and a historic and vibrant waterfront. You’ll be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. You spend two nights at Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz which is ideally located nearby the city's historic palace and old wharf. Upon arrival meet your fellow travellers and friendly Tour Escort during a delicious Welcome Dinner at your hotel's restaurant. You will head off for bed this evening with a sense of excitement before a day full to the brim with fantastic sightseeing options.
Stay: Two Nights, Bergen, Thon Hotel RosenkrantzDaily :
Get your bearings on a guided walking tour of the city. Visit the delightful Bryggen waterfront, the city's old trading wharf and a World Heritage-listed site. Wooden houses sit on the edge of the wharf, and the site used to be a popular centre during the Hanseatic League's trading.
Waking this morning in a city surrounded by brilliant fjords and holding a rich history, you'll enjoy breakfast before your day's sightseeing ventures. This afternoon is then free for you to continue exploring Bergen at your leisure. As we say goodbye to the city tomorrow, this would be a good chance for you to visit any sites you didn't get to this morning. Perhaps see how the merchants' dwellings on Bryggen would have looked in the early 18th century at the Hanseatic Museum, or perhaps take a moment to relax at your hotel.Daily :
The Bergen Railway takes us across the 'Roof of Norway' on Northern Europe's highest altitude line. Pass through Dale and Voss as the train climbs towards the isolated mountain station of Myrdal.
Continue on board the Flåm Railway, on a journey of 20 kilometres to the foot of Aurlandsfjord. With countless vantage points where you can enjoy the scenic spots, you won't struggle to take anything in. Depending on the time of year, you might be lucky enough to see unbelievable green pastures or mountains covered in thick snow.
Today, travel through some of Norway's most breathtaking scenery across the incredible fjordland region. On two of the most scenic train journeys in Scandinavia, you'll pass snow-capped peaks and lush countryside, offering an exciting perspective of this beautiful country. Embark on two exciting rail adventures during Insider Experiences today. After, continue to the fjordside village of Flåm, which occupies one of the most picturesque settings in Europe. Take a rest upon arrival - you have two nights here to explore the joys of the village.
Stay: Two Nights, Flåm, Fretheim HotelDaily :
Flåm & Fjords Cruise
This afternoon, board a boat on the Aurlandsfjord for a fabulous cruise. Aurlandsfjord is a 17-kilometre branch of the world's second longest fjord, the Sognefjord (204 kilometres). Together with Naeroyfjord, Aurlandsfjord is one of the most picturesque of its kind in the world.
This morning after breakfast, you're free to enjoy exploring the sights of Flåm. With as little as only 400 locals, life here is an amazing contrast to any of the big cities of the world that you have explored before. While wandering around the village today, you might like to visit the 17th-century wooden church. Cruise to Gudvangen during your Insider Experiences before returning to Flåm by coach for a scenic journey through the countryside back to the hotel.Daily :
All aboard! This morning you travel to Oslo. After breakfast, you're taken to Flåm station where your train continues east. En route today you pass Finse, a town at 1,222 metres which is close by Hardangerjøkulen, the sixth largest glacier in Norway. You also pass by the mountain resort of Geilo which is also known for its steep cliffs and many Arctic foxes. Descending 900 metres, you're then in for another treat as you travel across the country's amazing fertile pastures. It's quite dazzling to see greenery this vibrant, and every window on board is certain to show a face peeping outside. Arriving at Oslo station later this afternoon, you cross to your hotel where you'll spend the next two evenings. The capital of Norway is the perfect place for our tour to conclude, and you go to bed this evening with countless thoughts regarding the following day's sightseeing in your mind.
Stay: Two Nights: Oslo, Thon Hotel OperaDaily :
Begin your stay in Oslo with a guided coach tour which introduces you to the amazing city's main sights. During the panoramic tour, you will learn all about the city's history as well as the background of the country. On board, you'll have the chance to see Norway's magnificent 19th-century Royal Palace, and the 20th-century Oslo City Hall, which is home to the Nobel Peace Prize ceremonies. After we have finished the guided coach tour, take a moment to stretch your legs with a stroll through the Vigeland Sculpture Park. The largest sculpture park in the world to be made by a single artist, everyone is able to appreciate the amazing efforts that have gone in to the completion of this site.
During an afternoon at leisure, the remarkable city of Oslo offers a wide variety of museums including the Viking Ship and Maritime Museum, the Folk Museum and the Edvard Munch Museum. Otherwise, you might prefer to take a scenic cruise on Oslofjord. 100 kilometres in length, this fjord is a real highlight of the area. The remainder of the evening is yours to enjoy at leisure, as is dinner which is best spent at one of the city's many restaurants.Daily :
Our tour concludes this morning. Enjoy breakfast at your hotel and take a moment to farewell your new-found friends and travellers. You will be transferred to Oslo airport this afternoon for the final leg of your trip, a flight home.Daily :
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