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I'm interested in visiting Norway's fjords via a round-trip ferry out of Oslo. Are there companies that do this?

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Another variants:… – VMAtm Jul 5 '11 at 8:14
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Oslo is not really a good starting point for visiting the fjords. I assume you are thinking about the deeper fjords?

Some alternatives:

  • Hire a car in the northern parts of Norway (Nordland) and follow Kystriksveien. This will take you along the coast crossing several fjords.
  • Fly to Bergen and take one of the nordled ferries or express boats to one of the fjord destinations.
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You can check Hurtigruten.

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Hurtigruten starts in Bergen. It doesn't go to Oslo. – gerrit Oct 21 '12 at 21:47

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