The Kingdom of Norway is one of the largest country in the world with an area of 324,000 km2. There live 4.5 million inhabitants, of which 500 000 in the capital Oslo. Norway is knows by everyone as a country of Vikings and fjords, but few know that every year it is placed in the top ranks of the most suitable country for life.

Norway is known for its traditional cuisine, mostly made up of fish, with salmon and cod being the most popular. It is the world’s largest exporter of Atlantic salmon and exports it to 100 countries worldwide.

It is a country rich in natural beauty and offers a number of fjords, glaciers, mountains, steppes and seaside towns scattered across the endless coastline. There are many open-air museums, there is a chance to observe whales and see the Arctic glow and of course experience the polar night and day.

The world’s longest road tunnel is Laerdal Tunnel and connects the two largest Norwegian cities, Oslo and Bergen, and is 24.5 km away.

Norway – the landscape of fjords and glaciers

15. – 23. 07. 2019

Included in the price:

  • transfers within the country, with the Slovak driver,
  • 8x bed and breakfast,
  • poistenie Ck proti úpadku,
  • travel agency insurance against bankruptcy.

Price not include:

  • air ticket,
  • travel insurance,
  • lunch & dinner,
  • boat ticket to Oslo,
  • other services not included in the program.

1.day
Departure from Krakow, meeting at Bergen airport with Slovak guide, transfer to hotel, accommodation.

2. day
A tour of Norway’s Bergen, the second largest city. A walk along the waterfront of oldest district, Bryggen, where 58 wooden Hanseatic houses of German merchants and a fish marketplace, where fish specialties can be enjoyed. If you are interested, you can visit the marine aquarium and take part in feeding seals and penguins.

3. day
Leaving the city around the third longest fjord in the world, Hardanager, which has 179 km. Through the tunnels, bridges and valleys we reach the beautiful waterfall Steindsdalsfossen. Along the fjord we get to the town of Voss, which is popular due to extreme sports. Naeroyfjord is in front of us and can be admired from the boat if interested. Flam also offers the possibility of a sceneric ride by rail to the town of Myrdal at 1000 meter over the sea.

4. day
The “best” day will be started by crossing the longest road tunnel in the world with a length of 24km. At its end, a salmon kingdom, the town of Leardalsoyri, where the King of Norway himself is fishing, is waiting for him. We continue to Sogdal, where we are just a jump to Europe’s largest continental glacier. If you are interested, you can take part in a glacier tour. In addition, one of Norway’s most panoramic routes, where we will pass the highest mountain range of Galdhøpiggen (2372m).

5. day
After breakfast by the lake at Hotel Hjelle, we head for the western fjords, where we visit the largest fishing town of Maloy. Then on the way to the north, head to the renowned Stadlandet surfing site with its unique flora.

6. day
The pearl of the trip is the Geirnager Valley (UNESCO), which is declared its untouched nature. There is a fjord cruise that offers views of one of Norway’s most beautiful waterfalls – Seven Sisters and well-preserved uninhabited farms lining this fjord. On the way of trolls we move to 1700m high, perpendicular climbing walls, which are a popular place for adrenalin enthusiasts from all over Europe. Alongside the wild Rauma River, we move to Reinheimen National Park.

7. day
Olympic Lillelhamer awaits us in the morning. After climbing the diving bridge, we will see the city’s skyline and find out why this Olympics of twenty years is considered one of the most beautiful. Once again, we will return in time to visit the picturesque open-air museum Maihaugen. After days outside of the big cities, you can culturally live in the art museum or enjoy coffee on the main street. There is a short stop in Hamar where you can listen to the peaceful rhythm of a secluded nature. We’re heading to Oslo.

8. day
Oslo is the modern city of the north which offers you a unique Vigeland Park, a designer delicacy in the form of an opera house, a number of world-renowned museums, a new modern Aker Brygge port, and the medieval Akerhus Fortress. It is also rich in nightlife with plenty of great restaurants and bars.

9. day
Saying goodbye to Norway and Oslo, leaving for the airport at noon.

Price per person:

1 350 €

Norway – the landscape of fjords and glaciers

14. – 24. 07. 2019

Included in the price:

  • transport from Slovakia (including ferry-dinner, overnight in the cabin, breakfast),
  • transfers within the country, with the Slovak driver,
  • travel agency insurance against bankruptcy,
  • Slovak guide throughout the stay.

Price not include:

  • travel insurance,
  • catering and accommodation in Norway
  • boat ticket to Oslo,
  • other services not included in the program.

1.-2. day
Transfer from Slovakia to Norway, overnight on the ferry.

3. day
A tour of Norway’s Bergen, the second largest city. A walk along the waterfront of oldest district, Bryggen, where 58 wooden Hanseatic houses of German merchants and a fish marketplace, where fish specialties can be enjoyed. If you are interested, you can visit the marine aquarium and take part in feeding seals and penguins.

4. day
Leaving the city around the third longest fjord in the world, Hardanager, which has 179 km. Through the tunnels, bridges and valleys we reach the beautiful waterfall Steindsdalsfossen. Along the fjord we get to the town of Voss, which is popular due to extreme sports. Naeroyfjord is in front of us and can be admired from the boat if interested. Flam also offers the possibility of a sceneric ride by rail to the town of Myrdal at 1000 meter over the sea.

5. day
The “best” day will be started by crossing the longest road tunnel in the world with a length of 24km. At its end, a salmon kingdom, the town of Leardalsoyri, where the King of Norway himself is fishing, is waiting for him. We continue to Sogdal, where we are just a jump to Europe’s largest continental glacier. If you are interested, you can take part in a glacier tour. In addition, one of Norway’s most panoramic routes, where we will pass the highest mountain range of Galdhøpiggen (2372m).

6. day
After breakfast by the lake at Hotel Hjelle, we head for the western fjords, where we visit the largest fishing town of Maloy. Then on the way to the north, head to the renowned Stadlandet surfing site with its unique flora.

7. day
The pearl of the trip is the Geirnager Valley (UNESCO), which is declared its untouched nature. There is a fjord cruise that offers views of one of Norway’s most beautiful waterfalls – Seven Sisters and well-preserved uninhabited farms lining this fjord. On the way of trolls we move to 1700m high, perpendicular climbing walls, which are a popular place for adrenalin enthusiasts from all over Europe. Alongside the wild Rauma River, we move to Reinheimen National Park.

8. day
Olympic Lillelhamer awaits us in the morning. After climbing the diving bridge, we will see the city’s skyline and find out why this Olympics of twenty years is considered one of the most beautiful. Once again, we will return in time to visit the picturesque open-air museum Maihaugen. After days outside of the big cities, you can culturally live in the art museum or enjoy coffee on the main street. There is a short stop in Hamar where you can listen to the peaceful rhythm of a secluded nature. We’re heading to Oslo.

9. day
Oslo is the modern city of the north which offers you a unique Vigeland Park, a designer delicacy in the form of an opera house, a number of world-renowned museums, a new modern Aker Brygge port, and the medieval Akerhus Fortress. It is also rich in nightlife with plenty of great restaurants and bars.

10.-11. day
Moving from Norway to Slovakia in the afternoon.

Price per person:

1 150 €