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Do you have a few more days that you want to fill with great scenary and cultural experiences? These are the journeys you should be looking at.
A taste of autumn in the fjords: 6 - 8 days / 349 km / 2 ferries
Bergen - Lofthus - Ulvik - Norheimsund - Bergen
In autumn the landscape glows in golden colours. Harvest time along the fjords is the perfect occasion to taste local produce. Try to plan your tour to include one of the many festivals. Put farm visits on your itinerary so you can sample traditional food and learn how local cider, jam, cheese and meat is produced.
A taste of life and tradition in springtime: 4 - 8 days / 503 km / 3 ferries
Bergen - Flåm - Sogndal - Solvorn - Balestrand - Bergen
Spring is the perfect time to explore FjordNorway – that’s when our magnificent landscape awakens after winter’s sleep. In May, amazing colours burst forth to greet the warming sun. Orchards of blossoming fruit trees dazzle as much as the glacier and snow-capped mountains above.
A tour of World Heritage Sites Ålesund - Bergen: 5 - 8 days / 555 km / 3 ferries
Ålesund - Geiranger - Stryn - Sogndal - Kaupanger - Gudvangen - Voss - Bergen
It is well known that Norway has many world-class attractions. However, some of these are so unique and important that they belong to all of humanity. This special tour brings you to a selection of these UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
An adrenalin-filled adventure: 4 - 6 days / 400 km / 4 - 5 ferries
Bergen – Folgefonna – Utne/Kinsarvik/Lofthus – Tyssedal – Ulvik – Voss – Bergen
Fjord Norway offers a wealth of exciting activities, set in stunning scenery. On the journey we describe here, you can go hiking in the mountains above Bergen, join a guide on the Folgefonna glacier, ascend to the rock ledge known as Trolltunga, try paragliding and tandem parachuting, kayaking and whitewater rafting, canyoning and mountain cycling.
Exploring Southern Fjord Norway: 4 - 5 days / 1 000 km / 3 ferries
Kristiansand – Lysebotn – Røldal – Haugesund – Stavanger – Kristiansand
Explore dramatic fjords, the pristine coastline of the North Sea Road, inland mountains, waterfalls and heathlands, the varied landscapes of Ryfylke, exciting towns and charming villages – even a stave church and a reconstructed Viking farm.
Southward bound - from Trondheim to Bergen: 4 - 7 days / 804 km / 3 ferries
Trondheim – Kristiansund – Molde – Geiranger – Lom – Luster – Sognefjord – Bergen
Our suggested southward route from Trondheim includes the Geirangerfjord, Nordfjord and Sognefjord, scenic coastal districts, colourful towns and many charming villages of Fjord Norway. It can be combined with several other routes.
The Sognefjord circuit: 3 - 5 days / 422 km / 3 ferries
Bergen - Voss - Gudvangen - Kaupanger - Sogndal - Balestrand - Vik - Bergen
The fjord is the soul of Western Norway, and an unhurried journey exploring the Sognefjord is unforgettable. Your most difficult decision may well be how many detours to make.
The wonders of Møre & Romsdal: 4 - 7 days / 910 km / 7 ferries
Ålesund - Geiranger - Åndalsnes - Molde - Bud - Kristiansund - Trondheim - Sunndalsøra - Molde - Ålesund
The northernmost county of Fjord Norway is legendary for its dramatic landscape – in fact many tourists who come here never make it to other regions of our country. The many attraction in Møre & Romsdal include the Geirangerfjord, the Art Nouveau town Ålesund, the Atlantic Road between Molde and Kristiansund, the hairpin bends of Trollstigen, fishing villages and the snow-clad inland peaks.
Three cities and a fjord: 3 - 5 days / 200 km / 2 ferries
Bergen - Haugesund - Stavanger
Whether you’re travelling by car, bus or plane, the cities of Stavanger and Bergen are within easy reach all year round. Both destinations have excellent communications, with direct flights from many other European cities – and Fjord Line sails daily from Hirtshals, all year round. Let FjordNorway tempt you with a long weekend break or a more extended stay.
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