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When your cruise ship docks at the Port of Oslo, head into town and see the sights on a hop-on hop-off tour with City Sightseeing. This DIY shore excursion allows you to explore Oslo at your own pace, and learn about the landmarks and attractions with the help of audio commentary. Use your 24-hour ticket to see sights like the Kon-Tiki Museum, Akershus Fortress, Vigeland Sculpture Park and more.
See Oslo's top sights on a full-day combo experience in the Norwegian capital. With a guide, take a sightseeing tour by coach, visiting Vigeland Park and stopping at the famous Holmenkollen Ski Jump for photos. Then, tour the FRAM Museum, which talks about Norway's polar exploration, and the Viking Ship Museum. Then head out into the Oslo Fjord to enjoy a cruise around the idyllic coastal region.
Experience Norway, and see its picture-perfect Scandinavian scenery on an all-day tour. This day trip takes you from Oslo all around Norway’s must-see sights, countryside, villages, valleys, and UNESCO-protected fjords, and back to Bergen or Oslo. With a relaxing train ride through Flåmsdalen, a boat cruise down the Aurlandsfjord and Nærøyfjord, and a bus ride through Nærøydalen, this tour gives you picturesque views of fields, mountains, and waterfalls.
Turn your journey from Oslo to Bergen into a scenic adventure on a private 1-way tour. The 12-hour transfer begins with pickup from your hotel and continues with spectacular views along the flatlands, over the mountains, between fjords, and past charming villages. Your private driver is happy to stop at any point for photo opportunities. You can also choose to take the Flamsbana Railway and Naeroyfjord Cruise, at an additional cost.
You have to be an experienced hiker to participate on this tour. The trip starts outside Oslo Visitor Centre at Jernbanetorget in Oslo city centre.
We will then take the Frognerseteren line to Frognerseteren. We will hike along broad and small patches in to the North forest of Oslo. In this part of the forest there are fox, beaver, moose, deer, eagle, hare and many other animals! They are all harmless. We will have a long break and then stroll down to Sørkedalen before we end our trip at Jernbanetorget where we started.
From the born and bred Norwegian suppliers behind the most rated private tours commencing from Oslo. We are delighted to present this specially developed tour aiming at guests that will depart from Bergen on the Viking Cruiseline. The developers have taken previous guests on "The Scenic Roadtrip Oslo to Bergen's" advise - and developed a route that aims to give the Viking Cruise passengers the most valuable add on to their journey.
Departing by private van from Oslo, the passengers are able to now also see the parts of the stunning Fjords where their ship have no sailing depth to reach. And by combining a land-based private tour and the cruise - a traveler gets the best out of both worlds.
As you know, a picture says more than a thousand words and all the pictures in this itinerary is taken along the route. As a precaution to being "copied" from the many seasonal East Europeans that operates in peak season, a detailed list of places visited is not published online on the Viking Tour
We’ll take you on a journey to experience some of the beautiful sights and nature around Oslo. This private tour is limited to 2 persons, to ensure a personalized and unique experience. First stop the roof of Oslo Opera House with a beautiful view of the city and the fjord. We’ll pass Oslo Barcode and drive up the hills towards Ekeberg with a spectacular view of Oslo. Here we’ll visit the Ekeberg Sculpture Park and enjoy some of the art pieces from Norwegian and international artists. We’ll continue our travel along the Oslofjord towards Drøbak. Here we go on a short ferry trip to the fortress of Oscarsborg. The fortress played an important role in the start of WWII. We will enjoy the beautiful scenery on this small island while having a light lunch. Back on the mainland we’ll continue through the streets to Drøbak center, towards the Norwegian home of Santa Claus. We return to Oslo in the afternoon.
This scenic Oslo Fjord roundtrip gives you a nice insight into the beautiful countryside surrounding the Oslo Fjord. The driving time is approximately 3 hours + the 40 minutes large comfortable ferry.
Note: As a private tour we are happy to change itinerary according to your preferences or wishes.
Most of the tour we go scenic countryside roads, but the transport back north to Oslo in the afternoon goes at the E18 motorway. Thus there is plenty of time to stretch your legs and experience the nature, history and culture that this tour offers, accompanied by your guide.
All our driverguides are formally trained and licensed guides. We also come from educational and professional backgrounds which have given us extensive insight into additional facets of Norwegian society.
This tour give the combination of the dramatic World War 2 sinking of Hitler's proud ship Blucher in 1940, insight in the viking life and burials, and also the location for the famous painter Edvard Munch.
Get personalized attention and enjoy a flexible itinerary on this comprehensive tour of Oslo's fjords via luxury private transportation. With a dedicated guide, travel around Norway's famous fjords and listen to engaging commentary as you travel. Make as many stops as you like and consult with your guide on the itinerary to get the most out of your day.
No other tour from Oslo comes remotely near this customer acclaimed day tour taking you from the Capital, over the mountains, and via the Fjords to the picturesque coastal city Bergen.
Also, while on this tour you are able to visit famous Flåmand the Flåmsbana Railway, or you can take a cruise on the Nærøyfjord that goes through the UNESCO site with staggering views along the route (additional ticket cost).
Unlike the jam-packed Oslo/Bergen train, there are no hordes of travelers in front of your lens and you can make stops on request at great scenarios all by yourself. This tour is hassle-free travel from hotel door to hotel door with the most spectacular scenarios along the way.
Norway Fjord Travel receives top reviews from its guests for their flexibility and providing local guides that are easy to be around, combined with top knowledge and humorous comments.
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Note: Tour ENDS in Bergen !!
This private scenic tour combines the best of Oslo attractions and the beautiful scenic area of Tyrifjord and Jevnaker. The main attraction of the tour is the Kistefos Museum and Gallery. We'll do a guided tour through the outdoor sculpture park and of course the highlight "The Twist" . This is a spectacular "twisted" building or bridge across the river containing modern art.
The Twist is listed in New Your times as nr 21 out of 50 of "things to see" in 2020.
For a light lunch (cake/coffee) either to Kistefos or when returning we can recommend the Kleivstua Restaurant close to the Queens View.
In Oslo we recommend focus on the famous Vigeland Sculpture Park and the Viking Ship Museum. However since private tour, guests can choose.
Entrances are included in the tour price.
Oslo Pass Included!
This private Stroll&Roll tour combines the best of strolling through the city center of Oslo (Note: Driving restrictions, thus best by foot) followed by the comfortable "roll" up hills in our luxury limousines.
Always guided by one of our skilled and licensed guides.
Starting at your hotel (either with the Stroll or the Roll first) we guide you through our history from the Viking age, through the renaissance, the capital development in the 19th century to our vibrant living city center of today.
Then up hill to the Vigeland sculpture park and the Holmenkollen ski area, and maybe the famous apple cake at Frognerseter traditional restaurant?
Ending the day in the maritime homeland of the Vikings and the great polar explorers!
And maybe a "sun-downer" at the Opera house, imaging the ice berg rising up from the blue fjord.
Any wishes or ideas? We adopt!