The Atlantic Ocean meets nature
Kristiansund is one of Norway’s most distinctive towns with its colourful post-war architecture, known for their clipfish production from 1737, but in modern times petroleum and gas have become the leading industries.
Trondheim is a diverse and yet intimate city filled with charm and history.
Olden, gateway to the glaciers, a unique opportunity to see these disappearing giants.
Hellesylt is an old Viking port located on the northwest coast of Norway. Here glacier rivers glide over high granite rocks and descend into the calm waters of the fjord.
Åndalsnes has a truly beautiful setting next to a fjord nestled in the mountains offering some unique scenery and many photo opportunities.
Ålesund is reknown for the Art Nouveau architectural style in which most of the town was rebuilt after a fire in 1904.
Geiranger is known as one of the most beautiful landscapes in the world.
Molde is fondly called City of Roses and Jazz. It has a long history and gives you access to some wonderful areas.
Bergen was an important fishing village whose habour has been a UNESCO site since 1979. Today it is a lively cultural city that pulsates all year round and is waiting to be discovered.
A blend of the historical and modern alongside a fjord filled paradise.
Hurtigruten, an unforgettable cruise all year round.