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Explore Norwegian Fjords: Stavanger-Bergen-Flåm-Oslo

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Explore Norwegian Fjords: Stavanger-Bergen-Flåm-Oslo Photo: Simply Sweden
Explore Norwegian Fjords: Stavanger-Bergen-Flåm-Oslo Photo: Simply Sweden
Explore Norwegian Fjords: Stavanger-Bergen-Flåm-Oslo Photo: Simply Sweden
Explore Norwegian Fjords: Stavanger-Bergen-Flåm-Oslo Photo: Simply Sweden

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Visit some of Norway's most spectacular fjords - Hardangerfjord, Lysefjord, Sognefjord and Oslofjord. This 7-night holiday is available between May and September.

Day 1-3:
Stavanger is a beautiful coastal town with its foundations in the 11th century. Located in the south western corner of Norway you will find colourful streets with listed buildings. The Lysefjord is a major attraction along with the Pulpit Rock, standing 604 metres above the Lysefjord.

Day 3-5:
From Bergen the Hardangerfjord is easily accessible with regular sightseeing tours by coach and boat. Bergen is also a great location from which to admire the scenery from vantage points. The city funicular takes you from the city centre to the top of Mt. Fløyen, while a cable car to the summit of Mt. Ulriken.

Day 5-6:
Flåm is located at the end of the Aurlandsfjord, an extension of Sognefjord. A typical fjord village with a famous railway. From Flåm take the famous Flåm Railway to Myrdal (one of the world's steepest railway lines) and change to the regular trains for a journey across the mountains of Norway to Oslo.

Day 6-7:
Late morning train along the Flåm Railway to Myrdal. Change in Myrdal for the regular train service to Oslo and the spectacular journey across the Hardangervidda mountain plateau, where you will find one of Norway's largest reindeer herds. Arrival in Oslo late afternoon.

Day 8:
Relaxing breakfast and flight back to the UK.

Call Simply Sweden on +44 845 8900 300 to enquire about or book this holiday.
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£1,275 per person

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Explore Norwegian Fjords: Stavanger-Bergen-Flåm-Oslo

Visit some of Norway's most spectacular fjords - Hardangerfjord, Lysefjord, Sognefjord and Oslofjord. This 7-night holiday is available between May...

Explore Norwegian Fjords: Stavanger-Bergen-Flåm-Oslo

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