See Norway’s mountains, fiords, valleys, architecture and coastline on a do-it-yourself tour
Do-it-yourself travelers can see the jagged coastlines, colorful villages and grand glaciers of Norway on a 14-day independent tour that combines a one-week overland journey with a weeklong cruise. The 50-Degrees North tour begins with a minibus trip from Lom to Aurland that crosses mountains to visit Europe’s longest fiord, the Sognefjord, and the valley of Gudbrandsdalen, which offers an abundance of locally produced food, vintage architecture and good hiking. Participants then sail the Norwegian coast with Hurtigruten on a voyage from Bergen to Kirkenes.
Dates: Departures from Oslo from May to September.
Price: From $4,619 per person, double occupancy. Includes accommodations, most meals, transfers, sightseeing and excursions and a Hurtigruten voyage.
Info: 50 Degrees North, (888) 880-0286, lat.ms/norwayhurtigruten
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