Norway offers you an incredible mix of cultural and natural wonders.
Treat your eyes with rich spectacular scenery, stunning fjords and spectacular mountains. Because when in Norway, the journey itself is the destination.
On your Nordic tour explore the world’s one of the most prosperous nations, Norway. As getting around the country is easy, and the country’s top-notch transit systems offer some of the best sightseeing opportunities to you. Whether by road or the fantastic coastal steamers or rail Norway never fails to please you. Norway is among the finest honeymoon destination. One can experience breathtaking wonders of nature till the time they dream to settle there and yet treat their eyes and heart by experiencing the bustling culture and savour food on your way.
The cosmopolitan Oslo
Explore the world’s Largest Sculpture Park
Vigeland Park is one of the most visited sites in Norway. It’s located inside Oslo’s Frognerparken and is one of a kind.The park is named after the sculptor, Gustav Vigeland and is made of bronze, granite and iron. The central theme is the circle of life and statues are an example of fine craft beyond perfection.
Viking Ships Museum
The Viking ship museum is Oslo’s historical museum, which contains artifacts from around the world and throughout history from Egyptian mummies to the history of gold coins.
The museum preserves 9th century Viking vessels, Gokstad ship and the Tune ship. Visitors can have a thorough and gain a thorough insight of history through several exhibits and films that focus on the importance of maritime life for that culture.
The city of seven mountains, Bergen
The Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf
A vibrantly painted area, which is a popular sightseeing opportunity in Bergen. Tourists can explore historic buildings, boutiques, restaurants, and the Bryggen Museum.
While in Bergen, visitors will also enjoy visiting the Open Air Market and can catch an aerial view of the city by taking a Fløibanen Funicular ride to Mount Fløyen
The UNESCO protected fjords are symbols of the beauty of traditional Norway. There are more than a thousand fjords all along the coast. The fjords resemble still blue lakes, but consists of saltwater- they are prolonged arms of the seas, often reaching deep inland with majestic cliffs towering above you both sides.
Flåm village with grand surroundings
Flåm is a village in the Flåmsdalen valley. The small picturesque village is situated innermost in the Aurlandsfjord and is home of the Flåm Railway. Today Flåm is one of the most popular cruise harbors in Norway. Explore the narrow UNESCO protected Nærøyfjorden and the stunning Aurlandsfjord.
Ride on the iconic Flåmsbana, also known as the Flåm Railway. It's one of the steepest lines in the world and also happens to be one of the most picturesque train journey. The journey takes you from Flåm by the fjord to the top of the mountains and during the 20-kilometre train ride you can see rivers cutting through deep ravines, waterfalls cascading down the sides of steep, snow-capped mountains and mountain farms clinging dizzily to steep hillsides.
Tour the fjord and explore the stretch between the charming Gudvangen and Flåm villages. In Gudvangen you’ll embark on a passenger ferry that will take you on a memorable cruise through some of the most spectacular fjord-landscapes Norway has to offer. The narrow and spectacular Nærøyfjord is surrounded by steep mountains with snow covered tops.
Norway would leave you spellbound with its beauty and an earnest urge to revisit and explore the Nordic delights yet again.