Spectacular Norwegian Fjords, Towns and Roads - A great summer tour of the fjords region from north to south

By plane from Zagreb 10 days / 9 nights
Travel Date: 9 to 18.8.2020.

Meeting of passengers at the Franjo Tudjman Airport at the information counter two hours before the departure of the aircraft, distribution of travel documents and check-in for Oslo on OU488 at 15:30. Landing time is at 18:00. Upon landing in Oslo, board the bus and travel north. Through the tame landscapes north of Oslo, along the eastern shores of Lake Mjosa, Norway's largest lake, towards the city of Hamar. Accommodation in a hotel. Overnight stay.

Breakfast. We continue our journey north towards Trondheim, Norway's third largest city. The road takes us to higher altitudes and the landscapes become rougher, mountainous. We will pass the Dovrefjell-Sunndalsfjella National Park and stop at the panoramic spots that offered along the way. We arrive in Trondheim in the late afternoon: more than 1000 years old town located in the fjord of the same name, it has long been the Norwegian capital, and all the coronations continue to be held in Nidaros Cathedral, erected in 1070. on the tomb of st. Olav. Accommodation in a hotel. Walk downtown around Munkegata shopping street and beautifully landscaped harbor. Overnight stay.

Breakfast. Checking out of the hotel and traveling through the fjords region turns southwest. Through beautiful, idyllic Norwegian landscapes and the northern extension of the famous Atlantic Road, it leads us to Kristiansund, a town located on four islands: Innlandet, Kirkelandet, Nordlandet and Gomalandet. The town experienced a renaissance after the Second World War in which it was devastated. Panoramic view of Kristiansund, the old part of Innlandet and the inner city center, free short time in the city center. We continue our journey through the Atlantic Tunnel, an amazing Norwegian road project, a tunnel connecting Averoya Island and Kristiansund. Buried 250 m below sea level (one of the deepest submarine tunnels in the world), almost 6 km long, the tunnel is a unique experience. And after the tunnel, an even bigger spectacle follows: The Atlantic Road, one of the most beautiful roads in the world as it is often called, is the Norwegian building of the century by choice of 2005. The highway that connects several islands and archipelagos is absolutely unique and breathless! Arrival in Molde in the evening, hotel accommodation, overnight.

Breakfast. After breakfast a panoramic view of Molde, the "city of roses" as it is called. Around Molde are some of Norway's most famous fjord landscapes with views of more than 80 mountain peaks - and therefore we will go to the Varden Lookout, which offers great views of the Molde Fjord, a fantastic archipelago and the whole city. Shorter time for a stroll and coffee and we continue our journey through the fjords region. Departure for the ferry that connects Molde to Ålesund, by many the most beautiful Norwegian city known for its Art Nouveau architecture. In the early 20th century, Ålesund was devastated by fire and rebuilt by Art Nouveau architects from all over Europe, making Ålesund unique in Norway. The picturesque city is emphasized by its location on the peninsula that extends into the North Sea and the indented coastline with numerous islands connected by underwater tunnels. Upon arrival, we will first head to the 189-meter high Aksla hill offering stunning panoramic views of the city, island belt and Sunnmore Mountains to the west. Walking down to the city and walking downtown. Accommodation at the hotel, free time to enjoy the picturesque Alesund. Overnight stay.

Breakfast. Driving from Ålesund to Andalsnes. Along the way we will stop at the Troll Rock - 1100 meters high rock, the highest vertical rock in Europe. We will then continue our journey towards one of the most popular national tourist roads, the so-called Troll Road (Trollstigen). A very steep mountain road, it is also Norway's most photographed road. Nestled between waterfalls, deep valleys and hills that go as high as 1760 meters, the winding serpentines of this road are 850 meters high and 11 narrow bends with a slope of 10 percent are required. Stopping at the top of the road at the Visitor Center for a stroll to the panoramic points overlooking the spectacular road. Getting down the road to Norddalsfjord and taking a boat ride from Eidsdale to Linge. Continued journey to Geirangerfjord and namedof Geiranger, located below another famous road - Eagle Road. Like a fairy tale, with a beautiful view of the fjord, Geiranger will delight you. Overnight stay.

Breakfast. Today it continues to lead us through remarkable landscapes and locations, through the unique Norwegian nature, which, not without reason, has been called by many the most beautiful country in the world. After breakfast, boarding a ship in Geiranger and a one-hour fjord boat ride which also put UNESCO on the list of protected natural heritage, with the most famous waterfalls of the Norwegian fjords such as the Seven Sisters, the Bride's Veil, and others, overlooking the lonely farms above fjords and emerald green landscape. Disembarking in Hellesylt and continuing the journey through the Nordfjord region. Visit the small town of Stryn for a short refreshment and souvenir shopping and a trip through the beautiful Fjord landscapes, dense forests and plateaus to Jostedal NP, where the largest glacier in mainland Europe is located. One of the most famous and accessible is the Brixdal Glacier in the Oldedalen Valley. Climb to the glacier (we recommend an extra charge for the mountain vehicle when booking the arrangement!). Free time and continued journey through the Nordfjord region. Accommodation in or around Nordjfjordeid. Overnight stay.

Breakfast. After breakfast check out of the rooms and travel to Goodwangen that takes us through the longest tunnel in the world, the Laerdal tunnel. On arrival at Goodwangen, we board a ship that will take us through the Naeroyfjord to the village of Flam. Small and picturesque, the village has about 350 inhabitants and more than 450,000 visitors a year, and the reason is the famous mountain railway that connects Flam to Myrdal and to which we will also embark after a short leisure time in Flam. After arriving at Myrdal, continue on to Voss and continue to Bergen. Accommodation in a hotel, overnight.

Breakfast. One of Norway's most famous and beautiful cities, Bergen, the old Hanseatic port, is the jewel of the fjords region. After breakfast, take a tour of the city center of one of the most beautiful Scandinavian cities and the second largest city in Norway: preserved wooden trading houses from the Hansa era when Bergen was a powerful trading center and the main center of the Lofoto fish trade - Bryggen Harbor, whose beautiful wooden houses stand on the UNESCO list of protected heritage - Fort Bergenhus. Possible departure for the city funicular Floybannen on the hill above Bergen, with magnificent panoramic views of the city (highly recommended!). Free day to enjoy the colorful and lively Bergen. Return to the hotel at the agreed time with the tour manager or individual return to the hotel. Overnight stay.

Day 9: BERGEN-Hardangervidda-OSLO
Breakfast. Departure from Bergen to Oslo. Across the Hardangerfjord area, known for its mild climate, gentle villages and fruit plantations - the crossing of the fjord, also called the "king of the fjords" over one of the longest suspension bridges in the world. The journey to Oslo takes us across the fascinating Hardangervidda Plateau, which is considered one of the largest in Europe. The plateau inhabited by the largest wild reindeer herds in Europe rises above the forest, and in the bare, moonlit landscape, you will be amazed by the many lakes and wide swamps. Before you go, you can enjoy the view of the Voringfoss Waterfall, which falls 182 meters in depth, with the largest vertical drop in Norway. Arrival in Oslo and hotel accommodation. We suggest a visit to the modern Aker Brygge district, which has been transformed from an old shipyard into a popular destination known for its characteristic combination of traditional and contemporary architecture and for its many restaurants and cafes by the sea. Back to the hotel. Overnight stay.

Breakfast. Panoramic City Tour: We'll start by going to Holmenkollen Hill: a hill in the northwest of the city where the famous ski jump is located and offers fantastic views of the city and the Oslo Fjord. One of Oslo's biggest attractions, Holmenkollen is also the place where Nordmark begins, one of the city's favorite recreational areas. After a visit to Holmenkollen, we descend to one of the city's most famous attractions, the famous Frogner Sculpture Park. A panoramic tour of the city's other major attraction, the Bygdoy Peninsula, which houses several exceptional museums, and we will also reach the famed Opera House in the modern Barcode neighborhood. We will end the tour in the city center leading to the Royal Palace, that is, the City Hall, where Nobel Prizes (except for Peace) are presented every December. Transfer to Gardermoen Airport. Flight to Zagreb on line OU489 at 18:45. Landing in Zagreb is scheduled at 9:15 pm. 

Package price per person in double room: FM 11.480 / 11.980 kn
(AIRCRAFT HRK 1,090 included in package price)


Single room supplement: 2.690 kn
Surcharge for mountain vehicles on the Briksdal Glacier and Floibanen funicular: 350 kn
Discount for extra bed room: - 800 kn
Dinner supplement: HRK 2,290 (RECOMMENDED!)
 Extra charge per person for departures from Split, Zadar, Dubrovnik or Pula: 470 kn (availability and confirmation of flights on request; individual check-in at the airport until meeting with the travel manager in Zagreb)

PACKAGE PRICE INCLUDE: Zagreb-Oslo-Zagreb airfare, airfare, hotel accommodation 3/4 * in double rooms based on bed and breakfast: 1 night in Hamar area, 1 night in Trondheim, 1 night in Molde, 1 overnight in Alesund, 1 overnight in Geiranger, 1 overnight in the Nordfjord area, 2 overnights in the Bergen area and 1 overnight in the Oslo area, tour manager, bus according to the program, sightseeing according to the program, crossings by boat: Tommervag-Seivika, Molde- Westnes and Linge-Eidsdal, Geiranger fjord cruise to Hellesylt and Naeroy fjord cruise from Goodwangen to Flam, Atlantic tunnel and Atlantic road, Flam-Myrdal and Myrdal-Voss rail costs, and organization and sales costs 

PACKAGE ARRANGEMENTS DO NOT INCLUDE: Tickets for cultural and historical monuments and museums not listed, dinners, public transportation tickets, travel health insurance (recommended!), Optional content, tips for local service providers and staff, and personal order costs 

Aeronautical fees are subject to change and the final amount of the fees is confirmed on the day the airline ticket is issued. Atlas reserves the right to change prices in the event of exchange differences exceeding 1.5%. The organizer may change the order of sightseeing during a city tour in Oslo, depending on the museum's opening hours or public holidays. Sightseeing content remains posted regardless of the order of sightseeing. Departure times for the program are listed according to the Croatia Airlines flight schedule announced in October 2019 and are subject to change. 



Norwegian currency is the Norwegian krone. Currency can be purchased in Croatia before the trip begins, and we advise you, if you have the opportunity, to obtain it as the exchange rate is often more favorable than on-site. In addition, this journey is a region where it will be difficult to change money, we go through towns and cities where it will be impossible. However, it is easiest and often best to bring your credit cards with you. Credit card payments are widespread in all Scandinavian countries and cash payments are becoming less frequent, in fact disappearing. Visa, Mastercard and Diners are somewhat more commonly accepted than American Express. Larger souvenir shops near major tourist resorts will also receive euros (they almost always return the rest of the money in local currency), but for all other expenses (such as drinks, food, etc.) you need to have the national currency, since it is generally not possible to pay euros.

For travel, we recommend sportswear and comfortable waterproof footwear. The Scandinavians are not too formal and generally dress simple. It is essential to have good shoes or sneakers, as well as a good windbreaker.

It is good to bring not only sunscreen during the summer months, but also a mosquito repellent, which is abundant in the summer along the lakes and rivers Scandinavia abounds in.

Scandinavia is very long distances. Apart from one small part of southern Scandinavia, most of this area is free of highways (due to the sparse population and small population in the north, these countries do not need to build highways outside the regions leading to the capitals). This means that it travels longer and slower, but you are in more beautiful and immediate contact with nature and see more of the small town and lifestyle. 

Hotel accommodation is 3/4 * category. Scandinavian hotels are often furnished in typical Scandinavian functional style. The chains we use are Thon, Scandic, Nordic Choice and the like. In all hotels, on all the above programs, we offer buffet breakfast.

Scandinavians tend to eat a lot of breakfast; The Scandinavian breakfast buffet therefore often includes (with the usual spreads, pastries and everything else you find anywhere in Europe) fish specialties like marinated salmon, raw herbs in various sauces, caviar, but also dairy drinks, Arctic berry marmalades, etc.

Smoking is prohibited in all indoor areas in Scandinavia, so there are no smoking rooms in hotels. The fines for smoking in the room are very high, from 150 up to 500 €.

Half board supplement
Surcharges on site or à la carte dinners at restaurants are several times more expensive than paying for reservations. Hotel dinners are 3 course dinners or a buffet. We definitely recommend that you pay for the dinners as they are spot onmuch more, and some of the hotel positions on this trip, as we often move through sparsely populated areas and villages, do not have the opportunity to eat elsewhere because we are situated in beautiful Norwegian nature. Food prices in Norway are much higher, so in Oslo, for example, you will pay a plate of pasta 150-180 kn, a small beer 80-100 kn, a sandwich of 50-80 kn, a soup of 80-100 kn, ice cream of 25-30 kn, the menu in Mc Donalds 60-80 kn, etc. Travelers who opt for half board do not have to spend a lot of extra money on food. As a rule, portions are more abundant and larger than in other countries.

The water is potable and of good quality throughout Scandinavia. Scandinavians drink large quantities of rare coffee, but in larger cities there are restaurants with Italian coffee. McDonald's coffee is approx. 15-20 kn, in pastry shop or cafe ca. Depending on the type of restaurant, 25-30 kuna, cappucino from 35-45 kn. In many places, a second cup of coffee is free or half the price. Refreshments at the outlets: 30-40 kn. Alcohol is expensive and can only be purchased at government stores.

Your travel manager will advise you on how to buy souvenirs. We'll come up with just a few ideas: everything with reindeer - from lingerie, over figurines and candles to pads. Arctic berry liqueur and marmalade. Sob's salami. Canned moose. Aquavit brandy. Troll figurines. Beautiful and quality sweaters. Viking drinking vessels. Silver jewelry and souvenirs (vessels, wooden and metal objects, drums) by the Lapland people themselves.

Norway is an area of ​​exceptional and untouched natural beauty, still clear lakes and rivers, beautiful islands, large expanses of sea, picturesque capitals with rich cultural offer. And the Norwegian region of the fjords is a jewel in the crown and a journey you will remember for the rest of your life. Fantastic, dramatic, spectacular, authentic and unique. It is difficult to find words to describe the Norwegian fjords, words are not enough because, without a doubt, it is something truly unique: mountains, fjords, waterfalls, glaciers, beautiful cities and cultural heritage ... You will not travel to attractions, you will travel THROUGH attractions. Landscape as fictional and nature that you must experience to believe that it is possible ... 


SLUŽBENO IME: Kraljevina Norveška
DRŽAVNO UREĐENJE: parlamentarna monarhija
GLAVNI GRAD: Oslo, oko 634.293 stanovnika (2014 god.)

JEZIK: norveški (službeni)
RELIGIJA: luterani 82.1%, rimokatolici 1.8%, ostali kršćani 3.9%, muslimani 2.3%, ostali 2.4%, nespecificirano 7.5%
VREMENSKA RAZLIKA:  Central European Time  (Hrvatska 12:00 = Norveška 12:00)
NOVAC:  NOK (norveška  kruna); 1 NOK = 100 øre; 1 NOK = 0.75 HRK ili 10 NOK = 1 €
BROJ STANOVNIKA: oko 5.258 milijuna (prema popisu stanovništva iz 2017. god)
POVRŠINA:  385.203 km²
GEOGRAFSKI POLOŽAJ: Norveška je država na zapadnom i sjeverozapadnom dijelu Skandinavskoga poluotoka. Na sjeveroistoku graniči s Rusijom i Finskom, na istoku i jugoistoku sa Švedskom. Na zapadu i sjeverozapadu izlazi na Atlantski ocean. Osim priobalnih otoka Norveška obuhvaća i udaljeno otočje Svalbard u Sjevernome ledenom moru i otok Jan Mayen između Grenlanda i sjeverne Norveške u Atlantskom oceanu. Norveški su posjed otoci Bouvet u južnom dijelu Atlantskog oceana i Petar I. u antarktičkim vodama te Zemlja kraljice Maud na Antarktici.
KLIMA: Zbog utjecaja Atlantskoga oceana, osobito Golfske struje i zapadnih oceanskih vjetrova, klima Norveške mnogo je toplija od klime drugih krajeva na istim geografskim širinama; pod utjecajem hladnih masa polarnoga zraka nalaze se samo sjeverni krajevi Norveške u polarnim širinama. Ljeto je u unutrašnjosti toplije nego u primorskome pojasu. 
DOKUMENTI POTREBNI ZA PUTOVANJE:  Za ulazak u Kraljevinu Norvešku  za hrvatske građane potrebna je važeća putovnica ili osobna iskaznica koja mora vrijediti najmanje 3 mjeseca nakon ulaska. Djeca moraju imati svoju putovnicu/osobnu iskaznicu.
ZDRAVSTVO: Cijepljenje nije obvezno. Preporučujemo da se prije putovanja detaljnije informirate na web stranicama Svjetske zdravstvene organizacije (WHO, www.who.int). Preporučujemo također da na putovanje uzmete priručnu ljekarnu.
TELEFONIRANJE: Pozivni broj zemlje je +47. Mobilne telefonske veze su dobre. Molimo da za detalje kontaktirate vašeg mobilnog operatera.
KREDITNE KARTICE: Većina kreditnih kartica prihvaćene su u svim bankama, te u većini hotela, restorana i trgovina (MasterCard, Visa), dok je Amex prihvaćen malo rjeđe. Većinom se na ulazu svake trgovine nalaze simboli kreditnih kartica koje pojedina trgovina prihvaća kao sredstvo plaćanja.
NAPOJNICE: Usluga je uračunata u cijenu, no ako ste vrlo zadovoljni uslugom, možete ostaviti malu napojnicu.
SIGURNOST PUTOVANJA: Molimo Vas da se o sigurnosti putovanja u pojedine zemlje informirate u Ministarstvu vanjskih i europskih poslova ili na njihovoj web stranici: www.mvep.hr.


ODJEĆA: Savjetujemo slojevitu odjeću bez obzira na period godine, dobra vjetrovka je nužna i kvalitetna sportska obuća.  Ponesite i zaštitu protiv sunca, vjetra i kiše i snijega. Kabanica je uputnija od kišobrana. 
HRANA I PIĆE:  Neki od tipičnih specijaliteta: fenalår - suhomesnata janjeća natkoljenica; pinnekjøtt - slana i suha, a ponekad i dimljena, janjeća rebra koja se obično pare iznad grana breze, a poslužuju se uz kobasice i pire krumpir i repu; multekrem - desert od močvarne jagode sa šlagom; fårikål - janjetina kuhana s kupusom i cijelim zrnima papra; itd. 
Norveška duga obala i mnogi fjordovi, s hladnom, čistom vodom, čine Norvešku jednom od najvećih svjetskih izvoznika ribe, vrlo visoke kvalitete. Norveški losos ima specifičan i delikatan okus što ga čini izvrsnom osnovom za atraktivna i ukusna jela, dok u isto vrijeme zadovoljava stroge zahtjeve najboljih kuhara u svijetu.
KUPOVINA:  popularni suveniri: magneti, privjesci, umjetnine, slastice, troll lutkice, vikinška memorabilija, norveški puloveri, nakit, posteri, fotografije. Veliki broj objekata posluje od 8 do 20 radnim danom, od 9 do 15 subotom, a nedjeljom skraćeno.
SEF: Molimo da spremite novac, dokumente i druge vrijednosti u hotelskom ili sobnom sefu, organizator putovanja niti hotel ne preuzima odgovornost za ukradene stvari.

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