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Few places on the planet can rival the spectacle and awe-inspiring natural beauty of Norway.
Begin your holiday with an exploration of the fjords; deep, still waters fill the inlets carved by glaciers that sit amongst a backdrop of verdant forests, picturesque villages and snow-capped peaks. Oslo, the capital is spacious, green, clean and has some gorgeous museums.
The iconic multi-coloured houses of Bergen make a great starting point for cruising along the famous fjords beneath the northern lights. A luxury holiday to Norway is a once-in-a-lifetime trip, not to be passed by.
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With more than half a million birds from over 80 species nesting here, the beautiful Runde Bird Island is a bird watcher’s paradise. A private guide will show you the wonders of this fantastic place; just remember your camera!
Flåm Railway, described as one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world, running from sea level at the Aurlandsfjord in Flåm to Myrdal mountain station, situated 867 metres above sea level. Step off the train and take in the sights of Kjosfossen Waterfalls. One of the most visited tourist attractions in Norway, and for good reason. The falls are over 225m high and it's said a beautiful mythological creature with long hair and a red dress lives there. She is believed to be called Huldra - so watch out!
Geirangerfjord is one of the world’s longest and deepest fjords. Make the most of the water and rent a kayak to explore the calm waters and see close up the almost-vertical rock walls that tower up to 1,400 m (4,593 ft) high and stunning waterfalls—getting back to nature is a truly wonderful experience.
A family-run establishment since 1877, this hotel blends old-world charm and atmosphere with modern facilities and is located on the shore of the awe-inspiring Balestrand fjord. A great location to explore the wonders of Norway.
Situated right in the heart of Oslo, the Grand is within walking distance from many of the city’s attractions, including the Royal Palace, Akershus Fortress, Parliament, the Oslo Opera House and various museums. Then after a day in the city, you can relax in one of the rooftop bars enjoying a cocktail.
Situated in the heart of town, this family-owned boutique hotel offers an intimate and welcoming atmosphere. Built in 1818, this historic building - which was once a warehouse - still contains many of the building’s original features lending the hotel a rustic-chic style.
On the remote island of Manshausen, stay in a sea cabin offering incredible panoramic views of the breathtaking mountains and the Barents Sea.
Where you can spend your days sea-kayaking or hiking, experience the midnight sun in the summer and be amazed by the Northern Lights during the rest of the year. Then after an exhilarating day, relax in your hot tub.
Drive this beautiful route and discover places that will remain in your memory forever. First, take a speed boat trip through the fjord, then when back on land, continue your journey through the mountains.
Explore glaciers on the route and take a cable car ride to enjoy some fantastic views. Once you have reached Ålesund, spend a couple of days kayaking through the waterways around the islands and take a wildlife sea safari looking for seals and porpoises.
Visit Copenhagen, and take a cycle through the streets and see the famous landmarks. Then onto Stockholm, by train, enjoying the incredible scenery on the way, once there explore the canals, by boat.
Finally, to Oslo, experience a private gastronomic walking tour and immerse yourself in Norwegian cuisine at the same time as you explore the city.
Enjoy Ålesund at your own pace by e-bike through the heart of the city, then at the foot of Sukkertoppen (Sugar Loaf mountain), begin your hike to the summit to enjoy the most spectacular views.
Finally, cruise along the mighty Geirangerfjord to Geiranger, taking in the fantastic waterfalls, pretty waterfront villages and stunning scenery.
High Season: May - September
Average Temperature in Oslo: 15°C
Low Season: November - March
Average Temperature in Oslo: -1°C
London → Oslo 2 hours
London → Bergen 2 hours
The summer months of June-August are ideal for outdoor activities and experiencing the fabled midnight sun.
Alternatively, the best time to see the Northern Lights in Norway is between December-February.