Ålesund is the largest city in the province of Møre og Romsdal and built on only islands!
The city is famous for its architecture, the Art Nouveau style. In the city center you can find over 400 buildings in this typical architecture. It also has the most important fishing harbour in Norway and the town’s fishing fleet is one of the most modern in Europe.
Ålesund simply offers you everything: Architecture, history, nature, fjords and mountains and even a peek into the local history at the Sunnmøre Museum or Jugendstil Museum (the Art Nouveau Museum).
Åndalsnes, a young city situated on the shores of the Romsdalsfjord close to where the Isfjord begins and where the Rauma river, famous for its salmon, ends. The mountains with peaks (a.o. The King, The Queen and the Bishop) up to 1800 meters above sea level that surround this city are among the largest and most impressive in Norway. Åndalsnes is therefore also known as “the natural gateway to the Romsdal Alps”, the Alps which house Trollveggen (the Troll Wall), Europe’s tallest vertical rock face, and Trollstigen (the Troll Road) with its eleven hairpin bends and beautiful waterfall Stigfossen.
Nowadays Åndalsnes is a beloved destination of not only many Norwegians, but also tourists from all over the world due to the amazing scenery, the fishing possibilities and the incredible mountains.
Bergen is Norway’s second largest city and former capital, rich in history and culture. Stroll through the quarter of Bryggen, a UNSESCO World Heritage Site, and you will feel yourself transported back in time.
A few minutes away you can find the pulsating center with its restaurants, art galleries and shopping streets! In the heart of the city you will also find the renowned fish market where you can enjoy local culinary delicacies.
It is also a perfect starting point for both day trips and longer holidays in Norway.
Come to Bergen, and you will understand why the inhabitants of Bergen proudly say: “I’m not just from Norway – I am from Bergen“.
Eidfjord is a small and picturesque village located in a branch of Hardangerfjorden, Norway’s second largest fjord. Famous for its fertile and beautiful orchards, this area is known as the Fruit Garden of Norway.
Untamed nature is never far away. Eidfjord is just a short ride from the majestic Hardangervidda, Europe’s biggest high mountain plateau, home to a National Park and herds of wild reindeer. Here you will also find the Vøringsfossen waterfall and the spectacular Måbødalen valley. Another popular attraction is the Hardangervidda Nature Center.
From idyllic orchards to untouched nature, Eidfjord is ready to welcome you!
Geiranger is a small, picturesque tourist village situated at the end of the famous Geirangerfjord, a branch of the Storfjord. The Geirangerfjord, due to its breathtaking beauty, has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2005.
You will find yourself surrounded by green mountain sides, snowy peaks and waterfalls. Although the village itself is tiny, there is much to explore. Experience the Eagle Road with its 11 hairpin bends and a beautiful platform next to the last bend from where you can see a.o. the waterfall Seven Sisters, Mount Dalsnibba (about 1500 m above sea level) for the most spectacular view over the fjord, hike up the challenging Mount Westerås or visit the goat cheese farm Herdal.
At the end of the Sunnylvsfjord, the “sister fjord” of the UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord, we find the village of Hellesylt.
Hellesylt is an example of the authentic, small villages you find along the Norwegian coastline. Located on a fertile field between the high mountains and the deep fjord, Hellesylt has a long and rich history.
Just a short drive from Hellesylt we find the lake of Hornindal, the deepest lake in Europe and home of a sea serpent…! From the lake, you can drive to Europe’s highest fjord view accessible by road at Mount Dalsnibba. Looking down on the mountain peaks around you, you will feel as if you’re standing on the top of the world.
Known for its beautiful location and surrounding scenery, Molde, the second largest city in the province of Møre and Romsdal, has attracted international travellers since the 1800s.
Molde is known as The City of Roses and in the city center you will find rose gardens, parks, statues and murals. There is even a rose garden on the town hall roof!
From the city mountain of Varden, you can enjoy the spectacular view over the Romsdalsfjord. Across the fjord lies the majestic mountain range known as the “Alps of Romsdal”, with some of Norway’s highest peaks. Travelling towards the open sea, you will find one of Norway’s most famous roads: the Atlantic Road.
Olden, in the province of Sogn og Fjordane, is a village often forgotten by tourists visiting Norway, but it is most definitely a place one should experience! Located at the end of the Nordfjord and not far from the largest glacier on Europe’s mainland Jostedal you will find this picturesque village with its friendly inhabitants.
Oslo is Norway’s capital and biggest city, a vibrant and modern city with a fascinating and long history, ready to be discovered. Visit the famous viking ships, explore Norway’s history at the Bygdøy museum. Stroll around in the medieval Akershus fortres, the Frogner park or the current Royal Palace in the heart of the city centre.
The city has also become famous for its innovative urban architecture such as the Oslo Operahouse, where you can go for a walk on the opera roof.
Well connected to the rest of the world through the international airport of Gardermoen, Oslo is also the perfect starting point if you wish to explore Norway through our holiday tour.
History, modernity and nature – Oslo offers it all!