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Oslo, Eidfjord, Flam, Ilsognefjord, Bergen, Geirangerfjord, North Cape, Tromso, Vesteralen Islands, Lofoten Islands and Bodo.

PRICE € 4,350 per person


The fee includes:  

Scheduled flight from Milan

Airport transfers

Coach trips

Escort from Italy

13 overnight stays with breakfasts, 9 dinners and two lunches,

Scenic train from Myrdal to Flam

Trollcar excursion on the Briksdal glacier

Sailing on the Soniefyord and Geiranger Fyord

Visit a local fish factory and Sami farm.

Medical insurance.

Norway, with its spectacular nature and breathtaking landscapes, offers a journey through fascinating cities and remote regions. From Oslo to the Lofoten Islands, this Nordic adventure is a unique experience. Let's discover together the hidden gems along this fascinating route.

1. Oslo: The Cultural Heart of Norway

The Norwegian capital, Oslo, is a perfect fusion of culture and modernity. Check out the Royal Palace, explore Vigeland Park with its striking sculptures, and immerse yourself in art at the Munch Museum. The Viking Ship Museum offers an immersion in the region's maritime history.

2. Eidfjord: A Peaceful Meeting Place Between Mountains and Fjords

Situated on the northern shore of Hardanger Fjord, Eidfjord is a place of rare beauty. Its majestic mountains and crystal-clear water landscape provide the perfect setting for hiking and outdoor activities. Don't miss the Vøringfossen waterfall, one of the most spectacular in Norway.

3. Flam: Picturesque Train Journey and Uncontaminated Nature

Flam, along the famous Aurlandsfjord, is an unmissable stop. Enjoy a train ride with the Flamsbana, considered one of the most picturesque train routes in the world. Admire the verdant valleys, waterfalls and picturesque villages along the way.

4. The Magnificent Sognefjord: The Queen of the Fjords

Ilsognefjord is the king of the Norwegian fjords, with its calm waters and overhanging mountains. Explore its shores by boat or take advantage of scenic hikes that offer spectacular views. The quiet and magnificence of this fjord will leave you speechless.

5. Bergen: Artistic Atmosphere and Fascinating Port

Bergen, Norway's second largest city, is a fusion of culture and history. Bryggen Pier, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a charming neighborhood of colorful wooden houses. Explore the fish market, visit the Fløibanen Funicular for breathtaking views and take in the unique atmosphere of this seaside city.

6. Geirangerfjord: A Natural Masterpiece Between Waterfalls and Mountains

The Geirangerfjord is a true natural masterpiece, with its steep rock walls, rushing waterfalls and picturesque villages. A cruise through this UNESCO fjord will allow you to appreciate its magnificence from unique perspectives.

7. North Cape: At the End of the World

The North Cape is an exciting stop, located beyond the Arctic Circle. Watch the midnight sun or hunt for the Northern Lights, immersing yourself in the magical atmosphere of this unique place.

8. Tromso: City of Northern Lights

Tromso is famous for being one of the best places to spot the Northern Lights. Explore the city, visit the Arctic Cathedral and enjoy the panoramic view from Storsteinen mountain.

9. Vesteralen Islands: Wild Nature and Pristine Beaches

The Vesteralen Islands are a nature lover's paradise, with breathtaking landscapes, pristine beaches and rich marine wildlife. Whales are often spotted in the surrounding waters.

10. Lofoten Islands: Traditional Architecture and Spectacular Landscapes

The Lofoten Islands are famous for their picturesque fishing towns, traditional red houses and mountain views that are reflected in the sea waters. Explore white sandy beaches and quaint villages.

11. Bodo: Union between North and South

Bodo, located at the northern tip of Norway, is a city that unites the North and the South. Explore the Norwegian Aviation Museum and enjoy the view of the summer solstice from Mount Ronvik.


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