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Unique Norway, Wonderful Cities and Pure Nature

Tour Description

If you’ve always been fascinated by frozen landscapes, endless, mysterious woods and fairytale-like lands, now it is the time to indulge your dream and visit the unique Norway. The country of fiords, Norway will enchant you with its wonderful cities, where the old is in perfect balance with the new and modern, thus offering a complex, refined experience to all tourists.

This journey starts with the capital, Oslo, also known as “The Northern City of Lights”. Here you will visit important cultural places, such as the Ibsen Museum, the house where the greatest Norwegian playwright has lived. You will also have the chance to admire the impressive paintings of Edvard Munch, in the Munch Museum, the home of expressionist art. After this cultural visit, you will cross the central mountains of Norway to Sogndal.

Sogndal is a small community that is situated in the centre of Sognefiørd, the biggest and deepest fiord in the world. Here, you will have the unique opportunity to enjoy two unforgettable experiences: a cruise in Sognefiørd and a journey with the mountain train, Flåm. Flåmsbana ascends 850 m in 50 minutes from Flåm to Myrdal and it was inaugurated in 1944. Since then, it has been an international touristic attraction, for it offers you the chance to see the dramatic contrast between the fiords and the mountains, a truly exotic view that surpasses any imagination.

You will then head for Bergen, which is an expensive and cosmopolitan city that is also known as “The Gate towards the Atlantic Ocean”. Stavanger is the next stop, “The Capital of Oil”, where you will enjoy two ferry trips. Not only will you visit important touristic attractions, such as The Seaport, Gamla Stavanger, The Canning Museum, The Maritime Museum and The Oil Museum, but you will also travel to different other places from here. You will see the Utstein Kloster Abbey, which is placed on an island, you will enjoy a cruise along Lysefjorden, in which case you will see Pulpit Rock, a huge stone that has become an emblem of Norway.

After visiting Vrådal and enjoying a cruise in Telemark, you will return to Oslo, the city that combines so well medieval architecture with futuristic buildings made of glass and steel.

A country of contrasts and natural wonders, Norway is one of those places that one simply has to see at least once in their life.


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