-Accommodation at 4-star hotels, breakfast included
-Light dinner buffet included at Hotel Gabelshus
-Dinner buffet or 3-course dinner included at Kviknes Hotel
-Private transfers as mentioned
-Public transfer as mentioned (boat, train, and bus)
-Private Guided Walking Tour of Oslo
-Private Excursion to Fjærland
-Private Walking Tour of Bergen
Oslo, Balestrand and Bergen.
You’ll explore the best of Norway on this 7-day tour
Enjoy this beautiful country at your own pace
Upon your arrival in Oslo, your private driver will be waiting for you and transfer you to your hotel.
Welcome to Oslo, the capital and largest city in Norway! Your private driver will transfer you to your hotel. Enjoy the rest of your day at leisure, exploring the third largest but oldest Scandinavian city. Oslo’s history goes back to 1000 years ago, when the first camps were built at the inlet of the Oslofjord. The city is known for its green image and is surrounded by the blue Oslofjord, lakes, green hills and forests.
The rest of your day is on your own.
Private Guided Walking Tour of Oslo – 3 hours
A local guide will pick you up from your hotel and take you for a 3-hour walking tour through the city center of Oslo and down to the harbor. Sights of interest include the Royal Palace, the Parliament Building (Stortinget), the National Theatre, City Hall, Akershus Fortress and Aker Brygge Harbour. From the harbor, you will continue by boat to the Bygdøy peninsula for a visit to the Viking Ship Museum.
Afterwards, you will return with your guide to the city center by bus. Your guide will direct you to your hotel or any other location you would like to visit or a restaurant.
Entrance fee to the Viking Ship Museum
Today you will travel to Balestrand.
Your private driver will pick you up at the hotel to transfer you to the train station.
Departure by train from Oslo to Myrdal.
The 5-hour train journey from Oslo to Myrdal is part of the Bergen Railway, which is classed as one of the finest train journeys in the world. This railway connects Oslo and Bergen, the two largest cities in Norway, and shows the diversity of the Norwegian landscape and scenery.
Arriving at Myrdal you will change to the Flåm Railway, passing through wild and beautiful mountain scenery with waterfalls and steep mountain sides from a height of up to 900 meters and down to the Sognefjord. There is no other adhesion railway in the world running on normal tracks that is so steep over a long distance. Myrdal station only has two platforms; when changing to the Flåm Railway you just have to cross the platform to the Flåm Railway. There are restrooms, waiting area, restaurant and souvenir shop at the station.
Note: It is not possible to reserve specific seats for individual travelers on the Flåm Railway, so we recommend that you queue up as soon as the train approaches Myrdal station. Normally, the first two (sometimes four) carriages are reserved for individual travelers. However, if any of the carriages are reserved for groups, there will be a sign in the window of those carriages.
Arriving in Flåm.
After arriving in Flam, you will need to walk to the express boat.
Departure by express boat from pier 2 (boat to Bergen), located approximately 150 meters from the train station. Walk straight along the harbor from the train platform, with the fjord on your right hand side, the express boat is marked with Norled.
Departure of the boat on the Sognefjord, the world’s longest and deepest fjord, to Balestrand.
Arriving at the pier in Balestrand, the concierge of the hotel will meet you and help carry your luggage. The hotel will be on your left side along the fjord. Stay at Kviknes hotel.
Private Excursion to Fjærland
Your private driver/guide will pick you up at your hotel to enjoy the wonderful journey to the villages among the glaciers – Balestrand and Fjærland. Along the fjord, you’ll pass tiny villages, waterfalls and steep mountains. Fjærland is situated where the glacier meets the fjord. During the trip, you’ll experience amazing scenery and views of the Jostedalen Glacier, the largest in mainland Europe.
On your arrival in Fjærland you will visit the Norwegian Glacier Museum. Enjoy Ivo Caprino’s panoramic film about Jostedalen Glacier and the fascinating exhibition.
Your trip continues with your driver/guide to the two glaciers – Supphellebreen and Bøyabreen.
After, you will be returned to your hotel.
Today, you will travel to Bergen.
Breakfast at the hotel. The concierge will help bring your luggage to the pier (the same place where you arrived).
You will take the express boat for a cruise on the Sognefjord and then along the coast in southern direction to Bergen – the Gateway to the Fjords. The Sognefjord is called the King of the fjords for a good reason: it is the longest fjord in Norway and the second longest in the world. The Sognefjorden is enveloped with exceptional natural beauty, tall mountains, waterfalls and scenic forests.
Upon arrival in Bergen, you will be picked up by your private driver and transferred to you hotel.
Bergen is Norway’s second largest city and the world’s only city surrounded by 7 mountains and 7 fjords.
The rest of the day on your own to relax or explore.
Private Walking Tour of Bergen – 3 hours
Today your private guide will pick you up for your Private Walking Tour of Bergen.
On this tour you’ll walk at the Wharf, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the historical heart of Bergen.
The narrow alleyways will make you feel like stepping back in time to the era when the Hanseatic merchants dominated Bergen’s trade, and you’ll learn about the stockfish trade, daily life in the Middle ages, and about the Wharf as a secret hide-out during World War II.
From the Wharf it’s a short walk to the Bergenhus Fortress with the royal stone hall, Haakon’s Hall, and the Rosenkrantz tower.
At the end of the tour you’ll walk through narrow alleys where people actually live.
After the tour, the guide will take you back to your hotel or drop you any place you would like in the city center.
At the appropriate time, your private driver will pick you up and transfer you to the airport for your flight home.
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Oslo – Clarion Collection Hotel Gabelshus
The Clarion Collection Hotel Gabelshus is located in the elegant borough of Frogner, in central Oslo, with plenty of vibrant restaurants and cafés nearby as well as Oslo’s main attractions. The hotel’s lobby bar serves refreshing drinks and meals can be enjoyed in the charming dining room with outdoor seating on the terrace. The indoor décor features murals depicting scenes of the area’s history
Exuding a wonderfully relaxing atmosphere, the hotel features a stylish library which is ideal for informal meetings, reading a book, watching TV or relaxing with a glass of wine. From the property’s on-site relaxation area, guests have access to the sauna, steam room and comfortable seating.
Balestrand – Kviknes Hotel
In Balestrand, beautifully located beside the Sognefjord, lies Kviknes Hotel. The Kvikne family have been the hosts there since 1877. The hotel was built in the “Swiss” style. There have been many new buildings, reconstructions and extensions since, but none of this has altered the special character of this place. Kviknes is now a modern hotel with old-world charm and atmosphere – and with 190 guest rooms it is one of the largest tourist hotels in Norway. The hotel is graced with an extensive collection of artworks and antiques, which give it its special style.
Bergen – Hanseatic Hotel
With a location at the heart of historic Bergen, The Hanseatic Hotel is ideally placed for guests travelling for both business and pleasure. The hotel has been built on the historic ground within the Finnegaarden Trading House at Bergen, which is inscribed on Unesco’s list of World Heritage Sites. The property’s wharf style and architecture have been retained and the old timber walls have been preserved in several places.
Guest accommodations offer a choice of 37 double rooms featuring exclusive furniture and unique bathrooms. The hotel’s facilities include several restaurants serving exquisite traditional and international cuisine, a cosy lobby bar, as well as excellent conference facilities and free Wi-Fi.
A short distance from the hotel is the famous fish market, Fisketorget, where seafood connoisseurs mingle. Another popular tourist attraction in the area is the Floibanen Funicular. The airport bus and the railway station are just a short distance away.
Note: Limited Availability, some hotels may not be available. Prices are per person, do not include taxes.
Tours can be customized for any number of travelers, on any date.