Oslo, Norway - Oslo, Norway 13 days trip

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Oslo, Norway

0 nights Fri. Aug 30

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Bergen, Norway

3 nights Fri. Aug 30-Mon. Sep 02

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Tromso, Norway

0 nights Mon. Sep 02

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Bodo, Norway

1 night Mon. Sep 02-Tue. Sep 03

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Mo i Rana, Norway

5 nights Tue. Sep 03-Sun. Sep 08

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Trondheim, Norway

1 night Sun. Sep 08-Mon. Sep 09

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Kristiansund, Norway

1 night Mon. Sep 09-Tue. Sep 10

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Geiranger, Norway

1 night Tue. Sep 10-Wed. Sep 11

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Oslo, Norway

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Things to do in and around Oslo

  • Grensen Looking Toward Oslo Domkirke
  • Oslo
  • Nationalgallerie Oslo und Hotel Savoy
  • Bygdøy
  • Frogner Park, Oslo
  • Oscarsborg
  • Henie Onstad kunstsenter
   
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Oslo

Norway, Eastern Norway region

CultureFoodNight lifeHistoricBeaches0 nightsFri. Aug 30

The capital of Norway, this easy-going city boasts world-class museums, buzzing nightlife, and several fun outdoor activities.

Oslo is the capital of Norway and most populous city in Norway. Oslo has 343 lakes and there are 40 islands within the city limits, which surrounded by green hills and mountains. The city has a large and varied number of cultural attractions inluding The Munch Museum, Folkemuseet - an outdoor Folk art museum, The Vigeland Museum and The Viking Ship Museum. In addition a large number of festivals are held in Oslo such as Oslo Jazz festival, Øyafestivalen - Oslo's biggest Rock festival, The Oslo World Music Festival and The Norwegian Wood in June. Landmarks in the city include the Royal Palace, Karl Johans gate, Storting - the norwegian parliment and The National Theatre.
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Things to do in and around Bergen

  • The City of Bergen
  • Nygårdsgaten / Christiesgate
  • Bryggen Afternoon Drive By
  • 0906_Kreuzfahrt_Norwegen_1881
  • Hanseatic Museum
  • wanderung vom mount floyen zum mount ulriken - echt zache 6 stunden über stock und stein...
  • Bergen seen from mount Ulriken
  • St Mary's Church, Bergen
  • Laurie Grundt (1)
  • Akvariet i Bergen
  • Old City
  • The Flam to Myrdal
  • Langfossen waterfall
  • At 17th Century Manor
  • Bergen_2013 06 15_3836
  • Låtefossen
  • Tvindefossen waterfall
  • Trolltunga
  • Steinsdalsfossen
   
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Bergen

Norway, Western Norway region

Small townsNatureActiveNight lifeCulture3 nightsFri. Aug 30 - Mon. Sep 02

With breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, this exciting city has a thriving cultural life and a lively indie music scene.

Bergen is a city in Hordaland on the west coast of Norway, on the peninsula of Bergenshalvøyen. The remains of the quays, Bryggen, is a World Heritage Site. The city's Fisketorget (fish market) is a local tourist attraction. Other attractions include the Ruins of the Christ Church, the Ole Bull statue, the Madam Felle monument, the lake Tennebekktjørna beach and the Mt. Ulriken trail. Bergen is also Norway's largest cruise ship port. The city hosts several festivals including the Bergen International Festival.
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Things to do in and around Tromso

  • Tromsø View IV
  • 11_Entering the Lofoten islands
  • Tromsø, the Paris of the North
  • PICT1659r
  • Ishavskatedralen, Tromsø
  • The boundary stone of three countries
   
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Tromso

Norway, Northern Norway region

NatureActiveCultureNight lifeFood0 nightsMon. Sep 02

This bustling Norwegian city is filled with cultural venues, historic sites, good food, and exciting nightlife.

Tromsø is a city in Troms county, Norway. Most of Tromsø, including the city centre, is located on the island of Tromsøya. The Arctic Cathedral, a modern church from 1965, is probably the most famous landmark in Tromsø. Tromsø is in the middle of the Aurora Borealis zone, and is one of the best places in the world to observe the aurora. The city hosts many music festivals year round. Some of the notable ones are Nordlysfestivalen, Insomnia Festival and The Bukta Tromsø Open Air Festival. Other popular cultural summer events are the Karlsøy festival and the Riddu Riddu festival.
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Things to do in and around Bodo

  • Bodø
  • Bergen
  • Pioneer Tools
  • Flymuseet i Bodø
  • Fjellene i Sjunkhatten nasjonalpark sett fra Durmålstind
  • A bordo Ferry Bodo a Svolvaer #1
  • Norway, Lofoten
   
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Bodo

Norway, Northern Norway region

NatureActiveBeachesNight life1 nightMon. Sep 02 - Tue. Sep 03

Nordland County’s largest city, Bodo is most popular for its stunning surrounding mountain-range, visible from throughout the city.

Bodø is a town in Nordland county, Norway. Bodø, located just north of the Arctic Circle, is the largest urban area and city in Nordland county, and the second-largest in North Norway. The municipality of Bodø has lots of wilderness to offer hikers. Sjunkhatten National Park is partly located in Bodø municipality, and there are also 17 nature reserves in the area. Bodø is host to the cultural festivals Nordland Musikfestuke and Parkenfestivalen every summer, as well as the free and volunteer based Bodø Hardcore Festival in early winter.
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Things to do in and around Mo i Rana

  • Mo i Rana
  • The ever-closed tourist info centre
  • Mo I Rana, Norway
  • IMG_0393
  • Mo i Rana
  • A bordo Ferry Bodo a Svolvaer #1
  • Bodø
   
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Mo i Rana

Norway, Northern Norway region

NatureActive5 nightsTue. Sep 03 - Sun. Sep 08

Also known simply as "Mo," it is one of Norway's northernmost cities and is the gateway to the unique nature of the Arctic Circle.

Mo i Rana is a town and administrative center of the municipality of Rana in Nordland county, Norway. It is located just south of the Arctic Circle and in the Helgeland region of Nordland. Some of the outlying areas of the town include the suburbs of Basmoen and Ytteren in the north and Selfors in the east. The town is called "Mo i Rana" to distinguish it from other places named Mo (including the town of Mosjoen, also in Helgeland) though locally the town is usually just called Mo. The population density is 1,467 inhabitants per square kilometer. This makes it the largest town in Helgeland and the second largest (after Bodo) in Nordland.
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Things to do in and around Trondheim

  • Trondheim sentrum - Flyfoto (ca. 1982)
  • Trondheim, Norway
  • Trondheim
  • Norway, August 2007
  • Munkholmen
  • Munkholmen_Trondheim
  • Røros 3
  • Trondheim Kunstmuseum
  • Sverresborg Trondelag Folk Museum, Trondheim
  • The Old Bridge
  • Erkebispegården
   
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Trondheim

Norway, Trondelag region

Night lifeCultureFoodHistoricActive1 nightSun. Sep 08 - Mon. Sep 09

Norway's former capital is now a lovely city filled with cafes, bars, restaurants, and plenty of interesting museums.

Trondheim is a city in Sør-Trøndelag county, Norway. Most of the downtown area of Trondheim is scattered with small specialty stores and shops, however a considerable part of the downtown shopping area is concentrated around the pedestrianized streets Nordre gate, Olav Tryggvasons gate and Thomas Angells gate. Landmarks in town include Kristiansten Fortress, The Munkholmen islet, the statue of Olav Tryggvason in the city's central plaza and the Stiftsgården royal residence. The Nidaros Cathedral is particularly noteworthy for it's cultural and religious significance and for it's gothic architecture.
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Things to do in and around Kristiansund

  • Norway in a Nutshell
  • Bergen´s streets #1
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  • Norway - Geiranger Fjord
  • Mardalsfossen
  • Trollstigen Mountain Road in Norway
   
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Kristiansund

Norway

1 nightMon. Sep 09 - Tue. Sep 10

An authentic Norway destination visited by few tourists

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Things to do in and around Geiranger

  • Norway - Geiranger Fjord
  • Geiranger Fjord
  • 0906_Kreuzfahrt_Norwegen_1602
  • IMG_0926
  • norway.dalsnibba--geiranger
  • Trollstigen Mountain Road in Norway
  • geirangerfjord in technicolor
  • Hellesylt & Geiranger Fjord-20
   
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Geiranger

Norway, Western Norway region

NatureActiveSmall towns1 nightTue. Sep 10 - Wed. Sep 11

This charming small town is home to what is considered one of the world's most beautiful mainland fjords.

Geiranger is a small tourist village in Sunnmøre in the western part of Norway. Geiranger is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the world, and has been named the best travel destination in Scandinavia by Lonely Planet. Since 2005, the Geirangerfjord area has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Seven Sisters waterfall is located just west of Geiranger. The tourist season stretches from May to early September and there are five hotels and over ten camping sites. Tours of the nearby historic farms of Knivsflå and Skageflå are available from Geiranger.
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Things to do in and around Oslo

  • Grensen Looking Toward Oslo Domkirke
  • Oslo
  • Nationalgallerie Oslo und Hotel Savoy
  • Bygdøy
  • Frogner Park, Oslo
  • Oscarsborg
  • Henie Onstad kunstsenter
   
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Oslo

Norway, Eastern Norway region

CultureFoodNight lifeHistoricBeaches0 nightsWed. Sep 11

The capital of Norway, this easy-going city boasts world-class museums, buzzing nightlife, and several fun outdoor activities.

Oslo is the capital of Norway and most populous city in Norway. Oslo has 343 lakes and there are 40 islands within the city limits, which surrounded by green hills and mountains. The city has a large and varied number of cultural attractions inluding The Munch Museum, Folkemuseet - an outdoor Folk art museum, The Vigeland Museum and The Viking Ship Museum. In addition a large number of festivals are held in Oslo such as Oslo Jazz festival, Øyafestivalen - Oslo's biggest Rock festival, The Oslo World Music Festival and The Norwegian Wood in June. Landmarks in the city include the Royal Palace, Karl Johans gate, Storting - the norwegian parliment and The National Theatre.
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