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The most amazing way to discover the narrowest fjord in Norway travelling towards Bergen. Discover the breathtaking Fjords of Norway with Norway Tours.
Day 1: Welcome to Oslo !
Arrival to Gardermoen in Oslo. The airport is located 47 km northeast of Oslo and the best way to arrive to the city center is by the airport train or bus from Gardermoen.
If you arrive early we recommend you to buy the Oslo Pass. You can purchase the pass at the Tourist Information Center or through hotel receptions and many other official sale points in Oslo. The Oslo Pass is a terrific value that will allow you free admission to many attractions and museums as well as special offers to many restaurants, shops and more.
Overnight stay in central Oslo.
Day 2: Flam Railway
After breakfast, you will make your way to the station in Oslo to board your train to Flåm. This railway journey is voted one of the 20 best in the world.
You travel through fairytale landscape, charming villages like Gol and Geilo with beautiful waterfalls and deep blue fjords that this journey is known for. In Myrdal you will switch trains and take a side trip on the Flåm Railway one of the world’s steepest tracks. Many people say the railway between Oslo and Bergen is one of the most beautiful railway journey in the world, and this side journey with Flåm railway is the most stunning section. This Journey will literally and figuratively leave you breathless!
We recommend you to book luggage transfer for this tour. Your luggage will be picked up in Oslo and wait after you in Bergen. Price per item is 40 EUR.
Overnight stay in Flam area.
-Due to high demand during the summer time and limited accommodation capacity in Flåm we may need to adjust the itinerary and book an accommodation of an equal standard
Day 3: Fjord Cruise in Norway´s longest fjord: The Sognefjord
Spend your morning in the picturesque and lovely village of Flåm. Flam is situated in the municipality of Aurland with 450 inhabitants. In 1960 most of the people in Flåm were farmers, nowadays most of the inhabitants work in the tourism industry or on the railway.
In the afternoon, you will board a fjord cruise through the world famous Sognefjord all the way to Bergen. The Sognefjord is Norway´s longest and deepest fjord and the second longest in the world. The Sognefjord area is surrounded with breathtaking natural scenery, glaciers, mountains and waterfalls and is considered one of the most beautiful travel destinations in the world.
Overnight stay in Bergen.
Day 4: Day at leisure and activities in Bergen
Bryggen harbor area
Ulriken Panoramic Tour
The Fish Market
Bergen offers a wide range of sights to visit and lots of exciting activities. We recommend the wonderful views from Fløibanen Funicular or Ulriken Cable Car. Take a walk to the harbor, with UNESCO World Heritage site, Bryggen. For your afternoon in Bergen there is a large variety of interesting activities, galleries and museums to visit.
Here are few choices that we recommend:
Bryggen harbor area where the very first buildings were constructed. It is one of Norway’s main attractions and is on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. The magnificent architecture of these wooden buildings is carefully preserved and hosts a variety of restaurants, shops, offices, artists’ studios, craft workshops, and the Bryggen Museum.
The Fish Market in the heart of Bergen is a must see and one of Norway ‘s most frequented outdoors markets. For your evening in Bergen there is a large variety of delicious international restaurants, small cafés, bars and nightclubs to choose from.
Overnight stay in Bergen.
Day 5: Railway journey to Oslo
Holmenkollen Ski Jump
Vigeland Sculpture Park
Today you will head to Bergen Central Station for your return journey to Oslo. The capital is the most populous city in Norway and the fastest growing major urban area in Europe. Today Oslo consistently ranks as one of the best cities in Europe in terms of quality of life. Oslo is a great city to visit year-round, with activities for each season. Full of energy, a friendly atmosphere and nature at its doorstep. Explore the attractions such as the Vigeland Sculpture Park, the Royal Palace, Akerbrygge harbor area and Bygdøy peninsula with many museums such as Viking Ship Museum, Fram museum and the Norwegian Museum of Culture History.
Overnight stay in Oslo.
Day 6: Departure
Check out and transfer on your own to the airport for your return flight home. We recommend taking the Flytoget express train from Oslo Central station.
Hotel accommodation (comfort/ quality) for 5 nights with Continental breakfast