An abundance of deep blue fjords, breathtaking mountains, glimmering glaciers, and towering waterfalls are just some of the stunning natural wonders you can see on a tour through Norway and its coastline. There is a scenic vantage point around every corner. Explore cool cities, dramatic islands and Viking history while you indulge in an endless array of seafood, fresh from the surrounding seas.
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Must do experiences and highlights of a Norway tour
Be astounded with the remote beauty of these islands. Fishing villages lie in the shadow of wild mountain peaks alive with rugged Viking history.
Witness Europe’s Largest Glacier
Stop at a scenic vantage point to witness the impressive Bøyabreen glacier plunge from the end of the verdant valley. A section of Europe's largest glacier.
Bergen Fish Market
Find the bounty of Norway’s sea at the fish market in Bergen. Enjoy freshly caught fish from one of the stalls or restaurants with dockside views.
Ride the Flam Railway
Enjoy picturesque mountain vistas on the world’s steepest tracks as you descend from the heights of Myrdal on the Bergen Line down to Flåm station, claimed to be one of the world's best rail journeys.
The Mighty Geirangerfjord
Take a scenic cruise on the ‘King of Fjords’. Your ship will be dwarfed by snowcapped peaks and dramatic waterfalls. This stunning natural attraction deserves its place on the World Heritage list.
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What our clients are saying about their journeys to Norway
“Wonderful winter in Scandinavia”
We had an amazing trip through Finland and Norway over Christmas and New Year. We travelled with Insight Vacations and found the tour director Lene looked after us very well. Would have loved to spend extra time in Ivalo as I feel one night was not enough. All the hotels were clean and comfortable and the included meals were ok. It was definitely an experience to spend time in the Arctic Circle at this time of year as there is no real daylight. We were very happy booking through Global Journeys and ...read more would not hesitate in doing so again.
I went in October. Not the best time of the year as it was cold and wet! Big group of 46 but our tour leader (firm, direct and friendly) handled everything very well. We had a very cheerful (always had a smile on his face), safe and skilled driver. Scandinavia is wonderful; clean fresh air, refreshing drinkable tap water, green rolling pastures, amazing sights and scrumptious seafood (plenty of salmon - I love salmon!). We all got on very well with lots of fun and laughter despite the huge age difference ...read more and fellow travellers from many different countries. I would travel with Cosmos and book through Global Journeys again.
Firstly, dealing with Global Journeys was excellent. A big thank you to Juliet & Jodie for organising our group of 8. This was our first Albatross tour after studying their brochures for years. I had liked the sound of the smaller group size, relaxed starts, longer stays at each destination, no optional tours and tips included. Also the fact that many meals were included helped with budgeting. Normally they offer a drink with dinner, but that doesn’t apply on the Scandinavian tour. After seeing the ...read more price of drinks we could understand why. Expect to pay anywhere from $14 - $20 for a beer & $20 - $25 for a glass of wine! This was a new tour for Albatross and I think with a bit of tweaking it would be fantastic. Not that we didn’t have a great time, because we did. Our fellow travellers were the best I’ve ever had on any group tour. So much fun & laughter. 24 Aussies & 3 Kiwis! We weren’t blessed with the best weather which was a bit disappointing. Scenic cruises & train rides aren’t quite the same in pouring rain! However, we did get to see some amazing waterfalls so it wasn’t all bad. The sun did come out in the Lofoten Islands which were breathtakingly beautiful. The scenery was amazing and some of the group even managed to glimpse the northern lights. The accommodation was generally good as was the food, although most meals were a set menu. It would be nice to be given a choice and it’s hard to understand why there’s not. For example, one dinner we were given roast beef & sauce so the gluten free lady in our group was given a beautiful piece of grilled salmon & veges. You would think they should be able to offer everyone the choice of beef or salmon. But that’s just a minor quibble. A couple of hotels had buffet dinners though which was nice. One thing we did miss was tea and coffee in our rooms. Some hotels provided it, others didn’t. Also some bathrooms had the shower over really high baths which some of the group found difficult to get into. Our Spanish tour director was lovely and though she seemed a little unsure of the Aussie sense of humour at the start, by tour end she was joining in the banter as well! She went out of her way to ensure we all had a great time. It wasn’t made easy with the changeable weather or the fact many things were closed for the season. I would advise going earlier in the season if possible as some things on our itinerary were changed due to that fact. There was probably a few too many museums for my liking, but that’s just my opinion. Tips for Norway - bring a good quality raincoat and waterproof shoes and be prepared to pay a lot for food and drinks! All in all we had a wonderful, relaxing holiday and would be happy to travel with Albatross again.
“Wonderful Scandinavian trip”
The Globus The Scandinavian was a wonderful trip. The tour guide Anna Lena was very experienced so everything went very smoothly and she was a wealth of information. Most hotels were very centrally located with most meals in hotels being of good quality. The last optional in Oslo the panoramic dinner was of poor quality however but Globus offered a 50% refund for this. Which I appreciated. The coach driver was also excellent. Overall I would recommend this holiday seeing so much beautiful scener ...read morey.