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Sightseeing by horse-drawn carriage Photo: Alna Ridesenter Sightseeing by horse-drawn carriage Photo: Alna Ridesenter
Sightseeing by horse-drawn carriage Photo: Alna Ridesenter
Sightseeing by horse-drawn carriage Photo: Alna Ridesenter

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Sightseeing tours by horse-drawn carriage in the city centre.

Max. 10 persons in one carriage. The tours can be tailored to your wishes.

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Sightseeing by horse-drawn carriage - Photo: Alna Ridesenter

Sightseeing by horse-drawn carriage

Sightseeing tours by horse-drawn carriage in the city centre. Max. 10 persons in one carriage. The tours can be tailored to your wishes....

Sightseeing by horse-drawn carriage

Source: Visitnorway

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