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Hurtigruten is a passenger line that sails along the Norwegian coast, and the trip has been described as the "World's Most Beautiful Sea Voyage." It costs from €641 for a 6-day voyage. The disadvantage of this is that you're stuck on a boat. Earlier this year, the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation filmed 134 hours of Hurtigruta and showed it live. Your ...


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This being western Norway, fjords are everywhere. West Norway from Wikimedia Commons If you want to take the bus to Bergen, scroll down. This is probably interesting enough. You might also be interested in taking one of the coastal speedboats to Bergen or Stavanger. From there you might want to head to spectacular Preikestolen. I recommend reading the ...


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Easily, just go for the Norway in a Nutshell route: You can experience the scenic Bergen Railway, the breathtaking Flåm Railway, the Aurlandsfjord, the narrow Nærøyfjord and the steep hairpin bends of Stalheimskleiva (May-September). The link above is to a commercial tour agency who will arrange the whole thing if you want (8.5 hours end to end), but ...


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No road in Iceland has a speed limit higher than 90kph, so at a minimum this would take you over 8 hours just in driving (and in practice you can't go even that speed everywhere, even in good weather). In fact, Google thinks it is approximately a 11.5 hour round trip. So I would say your visit is likely to feel quite rushed and you'll be driving for a very ...


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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 ...



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