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Bustling Cities & Serene Fjords

Oslo, Bergen & Sognefjord
Holiday information
Nights: 7
Accommodation: high-quality hotels
Meals: 7 breakfasts, 3 dinners
Included extras: 24hr city cards in Bergen & Oslo

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This Holiday in a nutshell
  • a self-guided journey of contrasts, by express boat and train
  • discover Sognefjord – ‘king of the fjords’
  • travel on the famous Flåm railway line
  • stay at four high-quality hotels
  • explore Oslo and Bergen using included 24-hour City Cards

Home to the world’s longest ice-free fjord – Sognefjord – and Europe’s largest glacier, Norway is a land of superlatives. By the end of this justly popular holiday, you’ll have used many yourselves to describe the country’s enthralling first and second cities, Oslo and Bergen; the unforgettable boat and train rides – including the famous Flåm Railway – that work like clockwork and make travelling across Norway such a pleasure; and, above all, Sognefjord’s astonishing scenery.

Norway's public transport system works like a dream. It's a very relaxing way of getting around, meaning you can sit back and marvel at the scenery.
Rebecca Bruce, Inntravel

Not for nothing is this 200-plus-kilometre waterway known as the ‘King of the Norwegian Fjords’. Stand on its shores and all you can see in either direction is a succession of hazy blue mountain headlands descending into the deep, sapphire-hued water; look on a map and you can appreciate how the water writhes through the landscape, creating an extraordinary number of fingers, some of which you explore on this holiday.

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 Average Temperatures & Rainfall
  J F M A M J J A S O N D
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mm 222 170 183 122 111 139 156 192 306 304 279 265

The average maximum daytime temperatures and monthly rainfall relate to the nearest weather station and are intended as a guide only.

Norwegian weather is changeable. You should always be prepared for wet weather.