Norway is a once in a lifetime experience having been called one of the most beautiful places on earth. Come experience the natural wonders of Norway: including the Northern Lights and the deep fjords.
Try the Norway in a Nutshell: A combination train, bus, and ferry trip to and through Norway’s most spectacularly beautiful fjords — the Sognefjord and Nærøyfjord — passing pristine waterfalls, verdant forests, and take-your-breath-away scenery.
A land of intense natural beauty,it’s the most mountainous, most scenic, and most prosperous of all the Scandinavian countries
Ride the Flam Train
One of Europe’s great train rides, this 12-hour excursion is Norway’s most exciting. The route encompasses two arms of the Sognefjord, and the section from Myrdal to Flåm — a drop of 600m (1,968 ft.) — takes you past seemingly endless waterfalls. Tours leave from the Bergen train station. If you have limited time but want to see the country’s most dramatic scenery, take this spectacular train trip.
Tour the Fish Market in Bergen
The Fish Market has a charming location in the heart of the city between the fjords and Bergen’s 7 mountains. The Fish Market in Bergen has since the 1200s been a meeting place for merchants and fishermen.
One of the last partially unspoiled wildernesses in the world. It’s a land of contrasts, with soaring mountains, panoramic fjords, ice-blue glaciers, deep-green forests, fertile valleys, and rich pastures.
Det Hanseatiske Hotel
This refined hotel in a wood-clad building from the early 1700s is a 4-minute walk from Bryggen medieval wharf, a 9-minute walk from Bergenhus Fortess museum and 7 km from Fantoft Stave Church.
Rustic-chic rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add plusher furnishings, and most have claw-foot tubs. Suites include sitting areas, and some feature exposed wood-beam ceilings. Room service is available.
A free breakfast buffet is served in the dining room. There’s also a bar with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, and 2 restaurants, including a Mexican joint and a meat-centric brasserie.
Set in a restored 17th-century cottage, this woodsy-chic hotel is a 2-minute walk from Røros Church and a 9-minute walk from Røros train station.
Individually decorated in modern or country style, the quaint rooms provide free Wi-Fi; some feature rustic timber walls and/or antique furnishings.
Breakfast is complimentary. There’s also an informal guest lounge.
A 1-minute walk from the nearest ski lift, this modern mountainside hotel is also 3.8 km from Hemsedal Skisenter and 10 km from Rjukandefossen double waterfall.
Casual rooms offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars, plus bathrooms with heated floors. Upgraded rooms add views of the mountains and ski area; suites have additional living space.
A breakfast buffet, ski shuttles and parking are free. The hotel offers lift tickets for Hemsedal Skisenter and direct access to a slope/lift, plus ski rentals and storage. Other amenities include a lounge, a gym, a solarium and a restaurant/bar with a fireplace. Pets are welcome.
Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel
Set across the road the Alta river, this secluded, seasonal igloo hotel is 7 km from E-93 road and 17 km from downtown Alta.
Snow and ice igloos are furnished with ice beds and furniture, plus animal hides, mattresses and sleeping bags. Bathrooms are located in the main building
Amenities include a chapel and a bar made from ice and snow. A breakfast buffet and dinner are served in a restaurant with a wood-burning stove and a teepee-style roof set in the main building. This heated, wooden building also features a sauna and luggage storage away from the snow. Expeditions such as reindeer-sledding and northern-lights viewing trips are offered.
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