-7 day tour throughout Norway including Oslo, Trondheim, Lillehammer and Bergen
-Leisure time in Lillehammer
-Travel through the Gudbrandsdal Valley to Trondheim via train
-Cruise on the world famous Hurtigruten to Bergen
-Free time to explore Bergen, Norway’s second largest city
-Free time to explore Oslo
-Transfers throughout tour
Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim, Lillehammer, and more…
You’ll explore the best of Norway on this 7-day tour
Enjoy this beautiful country at your own pace
Arrive in Oslo, where you will be greeted by your private driver and transferred to your hotel. The Norwegian capital is beautifully situated at the head of the Oslo Fjord and surrounded by forested ridges. Oslo offers many well-known sights such as the Vigeland Sculpture Park, the Viking Ship Museum and the Munch Museum. Accommodation at The Thief hotel.
After your breakfast, your private driver will take you to the station to go to Lillehammer. On your arrival, you will need to take a taxi to your hotel. You will have the afternoon in Lillehammer at your own leisure. The well-known ice-skating-ring was built for the 1994 Winter Olympics and has the shape of a turned-over Viking ship. We recommend a visit at Maihaugen Open Air Museum, which tells the story of people in the Gudbrandsdalen Valley the last 300 years, of life between the wars in the inland town of Lillehammer and of homes and domestic environments in the 20th century. Also recommendable is a visit at the Olympic Museum and the Olympic Arena (Lysgårdsbakken). If you overnight in Lillehammer on a Wednesday or Saturday night don’t miss the Huderfossen Winter Park, unique in Europe, located in Hunderfossen. Accommodation at Clarion Collection Hotel Hammer.
Today you will leave Lillehammer by train to Trondheim. The 5 hour journey on the Dovre Railway will take you through the Gudbrandsdal Valley and across the Dovre Mountain to Trondheim, Norway’s third largest city. The city was founded by Viking King Olav Tryggvason in 997, and occupies a special place in Norwegian culture and history. Trondheim was Norway’s first capital and continues to be the coronation city where Norway’s Kings from Harald Hårfagre (10th century) to King Harald V (1991) have been crowned and blessed. On your arrival, your private driver will transfer you to your hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day visiting the Nidaros Cathedral, built over the grave of St. Olav. Next to the cathedral you will find the Archbishop’s Palace, the oldest secular building in Scandinavia. Other sights of interest are Kristiansten Fortress, the Monk’s Island, Trøndelag Open Air Museum and Stiftsgården – the Royal Residence in Trondheim. We also recommend a stroll in Bakklandet, located on the east bank of the river Nid. Here you will find old wooden buildings which were formerly worker’s dwellings but are now partly restored as homes or charming shops and restaurants. Accommodation at Britannia Hotel.
After your breakfast, you will be picked up by your private driver to the Hurtigruten terminal for a cruise along the spectacular Norwegian coastline to go to Bergen. You will spend one night and one full day onboard this traditional postal steamer. Accommodation onboard.
Breakfast onboard the Hurtigruten cruise. Arrival in the afternoon in Bergen, Norway’s second largest city. Your private driver will transfer you to your hotel. We recommend a visit to some of Bergen’s many attractions, for example the Hanseatic Bryggen Harbour, the Fløibanen Funicular, which takes you up to a height of 320 meters above sea level where you are presented with a great view over the city, Grieg’s home Troldhaugen, the Fish and Flower Market or the Bergen Aquarium. Accommodation at the Radisson Blu Royal.
Today you leave Bergen, your private driver will pick you up and transport you to the train station for your return to Oslo. The trip from Bergen to Oslo is classed one of the finest train journeys in the world. The railway connects Norway`s two largest cities and presents the variety of Norwegian scenery. Bergen is the only city in the world that is surrounded by seven mountains and seven fjords. On your arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel by your private driver. Accommodation at The Thief.
After breakfast you will be transferred to the airport by your private driver.
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Oslo – The Thief or similar
The Thief is located between the iconic Astrup Fearnley Museum, the canals on Tjuvholmen and the Oslofjord
Timeless elegance with clear references to contemporary art and design is the common denominator for Thief furnishing. International and Norwegian designers such as Antonio Citterio, Bruno Rainaldi, Tom Dixon, Anne Haavind and StokkeAustad are behind the furniture and decor. The hotel’s own art curator has hand-picked art for every single room and suite from the Thief Art collection.
Lillehammer – Clarion Collection Hotel Hammer or similar
Clarion Collection Hotel Hammer is located in central Lillehammer on Storgatan, the city’s well- preserved main street, which became known as the “standing street” during the Winter Olympics in 1994.
Stay in a historical setting here, characterized by the area’s trade history. The interiors draw inspiration from Gudbrandsdalen, where Avlettes were made from cast iron. These waffle irons’ beautiful patterns are replicated in the blankets and bedspreads.
Trondheim – Britannia Hotel or similar
The Britannia Hotel has been the traditional, international hotel in Trondheim for more than 110 years. Today the hotel offers 247 unique rooms. The hotel’s majestic main wing has comfortable and classic rooms with individual character.
Bergen – Radisson Blu Royal or similar
By the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bryggen Wharf, 950 feet from the fish market, you can find the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel.
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.