Things to do on a tailor-made itinerary to Norway range from wandering relaxed city streets and small towns to discovering natural and spectacular landscapes.
The numerous fjords, the North Cape and the remote Svalbard archipelago provide some of the most picturesque scenery in the world, and for travellers to sail past towering glaciers and icy tundra.
The capital of Oslo features world-class galleries and museums, such as the Maritime Museum, the Munch Museum and the City Hall – home of the Nobel peace prize ceremonies.
Meanwhile the smaller towns of Bergen, which can be reached by train from Oslo, and Tromsø are both well worth visiting. In Bergen, we recommend taking the funicular up Mount Floyen and a visit to the famous fish market at the quayside is most certainly a highlight, where Norwegian fisherman have been selling their daily catch since the days of the Vikings. Tromsø is of course one of the best places to go in search of the Northern Lights in the months of October and March.
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