In a land where natural phenomena occur every day and the valleys are carved by glaciers, your fjord-focused drive through Norway will be filled with unprecedented beauty and spectacular vistas.
Just as the fjords have found their way through the mountains of the north, you will carve your own path in the Norwegian landscape. Taking to the road in the ultimate trip through snow-topped vistas and dramatic coastlines, this journey will take you through Norwegian paradise, history and culture. Visit the towering Holmenkollen Ski Jump, the Torpo Stave Church built in 1192 and the famous Olympic city of Lillehammer as you make your way from Oslo to the Gudbrandsdalen Valley. During your trip, you will experience once-in-a-lifetime moments as the Northern Lights tear through the skies or as you bathe in the glow of the midnight sun, cupping hot chocolates and taking in the breath-catching memories.
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- Spend the day exploring the impressive sites of Oslo, including the Vigeland Sculpture, the Viking Ship Museum and the Holmenkollen Ski Jump
- Drive along the Oslo Fjord and the stunning blue glow of Lake Tyrifjord, stopping to admire Torpo Stave Church
- Stay on the vast plateau of Norway’s largest national park in the Hardangervidda Mountain range
- Experience unparalleled natural beauty as you visit the Vøringsfossen Waterfall that cascades over 182 metres
- Cross the Eidfjord over the newly-opened Hardanger suspension bridge which spans 1,310 metres before driving through the fruit-tree strewn orchards of the Hardanger Fjord
- Explore Bergen, Norway’s second largest city which is encircled by 7 mountains and 7 fjords
- Have your breath taken away by the phenomenal sight of the Nordfjord as you drive through the towering Sunnmōre Alps
- Wonder along the canals of the Art-Nouveau style city of Ørsta before visiting the Atlantic Sea Park and the impressive Sunnmøre Museum
- Visit the town that hosted the Winter Olympics in 1994 which is nestled into the historic Gudbrandsdalen Valley
- Embark on Norway’s longest and most beautiful drive, Mjøsa, before stopping to marvel at the turned-over Viking ship-shaped Olympic ice-rink