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Norway Tours and Vacation Packages

Sailing Norway's Western fjords
The world-famous Flåm Railway
The Aksla Viewpoint at Ålesund
Hurtigruten MS Midnatsol cruises the Trollfjord
Hiking in Norway's fjord region
Seaside houses in Reine, Lofoten
A Hurtigruten ship sailing fjord waters
A fjord ferry traverses the Geirangerfjord
Stegastein Viewpoint over the Aurlandsfjord
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Norway: Land of the Fjords

It’s no secret: embarking on a tour to Norway’s fjords is a gorgeous affair, and the majority of those traveling to Norway want to experience it. It’s easy to see why! The Sognefjord and the Hardangerfjord, the respective King and Queen of the Fjords, offer stunning views and raw wilderness alongside ancient Viking cities and quaint fjordside towns. The UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord, an exquisite location often frequented by Hurtigruten Cruises, makes for an impressive visit with sights like the hairpin Trollstigen Road and the Seven Sisters waterfall. Cities like Oslo, the Viking capital of Norway, Bergen—the gateway to the fjords, and home to Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf—and the Lofoten Islands are unique cultural points of interest in a country dominated by majestic scenery.

Norway in a Nutshell Tours

The most famous of the fjord day tours, Norway in a Nutshell® journeys are almost limitless in terms of options, and are designed to help you experience the fjords of Norway in a ‘nutshell’—short-term. Leaving from Oslo or Bergen and planning to stay the night in Balestrand will help you better understand the serene beauty at the heart of the Sognefjord. Taking the optional tour to Vøringsfossen, Norway’s largest waterfall, during the Hardangerfjord in a Nutshell tour helps you gain perspective on the immense natural charm of the region—and the scenic cruise through towering mountains and blooming orchards doesn’t hurt, either.

Tours to Norway and Scandinavia