In the cold northwestern front of the Scandinavian peninsula is Norway, the 6th largest country in Europe and sparsely populated with only 5 million people.
The country, known for its majestic fjords and fertile valleys, is geographically long and narrow with a third of its territory lying within the mystical Arctic Circle. Norway’s cities offer countless attractions and are a great starting point for travelers. Oslo, Norway’s sleek capital, radiates Scandinavian cool while brightly colored Bergen, with its mountainous backdrop and Hanseatic architecture, feels more like Innsbruck.
Its vibrant boardwalk and narrow cobbled side streets bring to life the persistent charm of an old port town. Up north, snowcapped mountains envelope Tromsø, the city of perpetual darkness in the wintertime, and the land of the midnight sun in the summer.
Outside of its cities, travelers will find a vast expanse of unspoiled nature, making it quite unique in Europe. In fact, Norway has one of the last great wildernesses in the continent, with its rugged beauty stretching from the remote corners of frozen Svalbard in the North Atlantic to its tranquil woodlands in the balmy south. It is in Norway, where you will find a balance of modernity and frontier appeal
Day 1: Oslo (L, D)
On your arrival to Oslo Airport Meet & Greet service by our representative and depending on the arrival time transfer by private coach for lunch or to check into your hotel. Check in and refresh at the hotel, rest of the day is free for leisure to explore the city on own. Dinner at Indian Restaurant included. Overnight stay in Oslo.
Day 2: Oslo (B, L, D)
After breakfast enjoy a panoramic and walking guided sightseeing tour including the National Theatre, Storting Parliament, Royal Palace, City Hall. Stroll through Frogner Park with Gustav Vigeland’s extraordinary sculptures. Afternoon visit the Viking Museum to see relics of Norway’s glorious seafaring past—including 1,000-year-old Viking ships!
Day 3: Oslo - Flam (B, L, D)
After breakfast drive northwest through Hallingdal, a large valley with rich traditions in iron production, cattle trade, traditional folk art, music, and dance with a photo stop in Gol. Arrive in the picturesque village of Flam, situated at the head of Aurlandsfjord. Check in at the hotel, rest of the afternoon is free for leisure. Overnight in Flam.
Day 4: Flam Railway tour - Bergen (B. L, D)
After breakfast we do the scenic Flam Railway tour along the mountains and fjords. The Flåm Line is a 20.2-kilometer long railway line between Myrdal and Flåm in Aurland Municipality. A branch line of the Bergen Line, it runs through the valley of Flåmsdalen and connects the mainline with Sognefjord. Overnight in Bergen.
Day 5: Bergen (B, L, D)
Enjoy a panoramic and walking sightseeing tour including: Bergenhus Fortress, Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf, the harbor; and the famous Fish Market. Afterwards step back in time as you walk along narrow, cobblestone alleyways past colorful wooden houses. Proceed to Mt Floyen to have spendid view of the city and bay. Overnight in Bergen.
Day 6: Bergen (B)
Breakfast included at the hotel, then check out and transfer to Bergen Airport for group's departure
Choice of Budget to Luxury Hotels
Knowledgable Local tour guides
Travel in comfort with our executive Touring coaches
Attraction as per the itinerary above
Sumptuous lunches & dinners at Indian, Asian and local restaurants
USP of Tour