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Stockholm and Oslo - Lillehammer - Bergen

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This 8 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Flight into Stockholm and out of Bergen
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Stockholm
  • Flight between Stockholm - Oslo
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Oslo
  • Train between Oslo - Lillehammer
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Lillehammer
  • Train between Lillehammer - Bergen
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Bergen

Touring across Sweden and Norway with this Package. Discover Stockholm (one of the best preserved medieval city centers with stunning and varied scenery in every direction) then flight to Oslo (situated by a fjord and surrounded by hills and forests). Later, take a train to Lillehammer (a ski resort town in southern Norway, known as a typical venue for winter sporting events). Finally, take the last train to Bergen (a city on Norway’s southwestern coast, surrounded by mountains and fjords, including Sognefjord, the country’s longest and deepest). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

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  • Stockholm

    Built on 14 islands around one of Europe's largest and best-preserved medieval city centers, Stockholm is superbly positioned, with stunning and extremely varied scenery in every direction. To the west, Lake Malaren branches out among lush, idyllic landscapes. To the east the magnificent Stockholm archipelago stretches seaward, an enchanting maritime world of more than 24,000 islands and islets. The Old Town is particularly spectacular, and walking around the city's waterways and parks is a glorious way to spend a weeklong stretch of European summer. Visit Gamla Stan (Old Town), Vasa Museum, Djurgarden, Skansen Open-Air Museum, The Royal Palace (Sveriges Kungahus), Fotografiska, The City Hall (Stadshuset), Moderna Museet, Royal National City Park, Östermalm, SkyView: The Globe, and so much more.

  • Oslo

    Oslo is tucked away at the end of one of Norway's most spectacular fjords offering history, culture, and adventure set against one of the world's most scenic backdrops. The Scandinavian capital city is refined and laid-back with numerous museums, a diverse world-renowned music scene, spectacular parks, urban districts, and a well-developed array of shops, restaurants, and bars. As most sights are within walking distance of each other, you can leave your car behind. Oslo City Hall is located in the city center only a few hundred meters from the city's main street and overlooks Oslo Fjord filled with moored pleasure craft, shrimp trawlers, cruise ships, charter boats and ferries to all the islands. In addition, each quarter of the city has an unusual atmosphere all worth visiting. Explore Vigeland Park, National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Kon-Tiki Museum, Munch Museum, Akershus Castle and Fortress, Aker Brygge, Akershus Fortress, Akershus Castle and Fortress, and so much more!

  • Lillehammer

    The small town of Lillehammer is one of the best resorts in Europe, located near the northern end of the Lake Mjosa and beautifully surrounded by mountains. Lillehammer is inevitably related to the best ever Winter Olympics hosted here in 1994. The Norwegians are taking full advantage of that big investment and therefore most of the infrastructure is in use nowadays. In the winter, feel the unique spirit of the Olympic Park and Museum and enjoy cross-country skiing on hundreds of adjacent tracks. If you're looking for adrenaline, take the chance to become a "5G Club" member by riding on a genuine Olympic Bobsleigh track. Lillehammer offers many leisure opportunities, like the greatest Norwegian outdoor museum of Maihaugen and the nice town centre with 19th century wooden hoses and warm local people.

    Visit the Maihaugen Open-Air Museum, Lillehammer Art Museum, Lysgardsbakkene Ski Jumping Arena, the Norwegian Olympic Museum, and more!

  • Bergen

    Considered `the town of all towns in Norway` by not only locals, Bergen is a great city with tradition and one of the most important economic centers in Norway. The famous hanseatic wharf of Bryggen will meet the tourists coming here by sea; tradition is the key-word in Bryggen, rebuilt in its initial form after many fire destructions; that's why it was named by UNESCO a World Heritage City. Bergen's natural scenery is amazing: the surroundings seven mountains offer scenic views and are accessible either by cable car of funicular railway; the unique fjords: Hardangerfjorden, Sognefjorden, Geirangerfjorden - invite you to a breathtaking boat trip. Bergen is also a cultural city and the splendid houses - today museums - of the famous composer Edvard Grieg and violinist Ole Bull are living proofs.

    Visit Bryggen, Floibanen Funicular, Edvard Grieg's House, the Fish Market, Bergenhus Fortress, Hardangerfjorden, Sognefjorden, Geirangerfjorden, and more!

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