Norway For Young - 16 Days


Day 1

Arrive at Gardermoen Airport in Oslo. For an easy and comfortable way to get to your hotel in central Oslo, we are happy to arrange a private transfer for you.
If you arrive early, we suggest buying an Oslo Pass for free travel on all public transit along with free admission to over 30 museums and attractions plus special offers on entertainment, restaurants, shops, and more. The pass can be purchased at tourist information centers or at most hotels and major attractions in the city.
Spend the night at a hotel in central Oslo.

Day 2

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. Tour the Open Air Museum and enjoy your choice between the Kon-Tiki Museum or the Fram Museum. Then head out into the Oslo Fjord to enjoy a cruise around the idyllic coastal region.

Day 3

Kristiansand is a city in southern Norway. Its old town, Posebyen, features traditional wooden houses. In the center, the neo-Gothic Kristiansand Cathedral is near the Sørlandets Museum, which displays Norwegian art from 1800 to today. The southeastern shoreline includes the Bystranda city beach, the 17th-century Christiansholm Fortress rotunda, and the Fiskebrygga quay, lined with fishmongers selling their catch. Driving distance approx. 328 km
Driving distance approx. 328 km 4.30Hrs.

Day 4

With its roots in the Viking Age, Stavanger earned its position among the most important Norwegian cities in the second half of the 20th century, after the discovery of oil in the North Sea. Today this city offers a variety of interesting attractions, live music festivals, gourmet dining, and a thriving nightlife—just a few of the reasons it was selected as a European Capital of Culture in 2008. 
Driving distance approx. 235 km 3.30Hrs.

Day 5

his fourth-largest city in Norway is a favourite among visitors with its lively city centre, timbered Old town (Gamle Stavanger) and historic harbour area. Here you will find all sorts of interesting museums and attractions along with great restaurants and cafes. And not far from Stavanger is the gorgeous Lysefjord, which includes the famous natural landmarks of the Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen) and Kjærag Mountain with its dare-devil photo spot, the Kjeragbolten boulder. These impressive sights are accessible on optional tours that depart daily in summer from the city centre.

Day 6

The Discovery Route is a historical journey between Stavanger through Ryfylke and Hardanger to Bergen. This ride takes you on a tour through magnificent scenery with salmon rivers, large waterfalls, and deep lakes in an area known for large hydropower generation and beautiful scenery. In between visit The Vøringsfossen Waterfall, which has a free fall of 145 meters and a total fall of 182 meters, and is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Norway. To witness the huge volumes of water from the Hardangervidda plateau drop to the valley of Måbødalen below is an impressive sight in natural and idyllic surroundings. Overnight at Bergen.
Driving distance approx. 449 km 8.30Hrs.

Day 7

Despite being Norway’s second-largest city and a major cruise port, Bergen has retained the atmosphere and charm of a small town. Here you’ll find the old wharf of Bryggen—a UNESCO World Heritage site, centuries-old houses, a vibrant fish and flower market, and an interesting range of museums. For a good overview of Bergen, take the one-hour “mini-train” sightseeing tour through the city center, including such sights as Maria Church, the Rosenkrantz Tower, and King Håkon’s Hall as well as a panoramic view of the city from the Fjellveien Road.
Spend another night in Bergen.

Day 8

Tvindefossen is a waterfall near Voss, Norway. It is 12 km from Voss on the road to Flåm. The many-stranded waterfall usually said to be 152 m high, but likely only 110 m, is formed by a small stream, the Kroelvi, tumbling over a receding cliff.
The Flåm Railway has been named one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world and is one of the leading tourist attractions in Norway. The train runs from the end of Aurlandsfjord, a tributary of the Sognefjord, up to the high mountains at Myrdal Station. The journey displays the very best aspects of Western Norway’s stunning scenery. Overnight at Flam.
Driving distance approx. 183 km 3.30Hrs.

Day 9

Breathtaking scenery, clean air, and friendly locals. Jølster municipality has approximately 2.930 inhabitants and covers an area of 670,8 km2, out of which is 90 km2 is glacier and 43 km2 water. Jølster lies at the center of Sogn & Fjordane and is known for its rich cultural traditions in home crafts, folk music, song, dancing, and creative arts. Agriculture is the largest and most important industry. 
Driving distance approx. 150 km 3.30Hrs.

Day 10

Briksdalen- Guests from all over the world come to visit this famous glacier arm set attractively between roaring waterfalls and high peaks. Briksdalsbreen is an arm of the great Jostedalsbreen Glacier and located inside the Jostedalsbreen National Park. From 1200 meters the glacier plunges down into the beautiful Briksdalen Valley. See the Briksdalen valley by foot or catch a ride with one of the “Troll cars” up to the glacier.
Loen Skylift opened on the 20th of May 2017 – a spectacular new attraction and adventure arena, at the inner part of the Nordfjord, in the heart of Fjord Norway. A Cable Car will lift you from the fjord to 1011 m. Enjoy the views of the fjord landscape – from Hoven Restaurant, or while hiking in the mountains. Spend the night at a hotel in the Geiranger area. 
Driving distance approx. 150 km 3.30Hrs.

Day 11

You would have to be exceptionally blasé if you failed to be impressed by this astounding creation of Mother Nature, emphasized by the will of man to maintain a foothold on the steep mountainsides and glean a living here.
Impressive waterfalls cast cascades of thundering water from almost vertical mountainsides. The famous falls De syv søstrene (“the Seven Sisters”), Friaren (“the Suitor”) and Brudesløret (“the Bridal Veil”) tease the cliffs with feather‐light sheer veils of mist whose mission is to create a never‐ending display of changing rainbows to fill you with delight and wonder.
For nature lovers, the Geirangerfjord has plenty to offer. Experience the fjords and the waterfalls from one of the many available sightseeing trips, go hiking in stunning surroundings or experience the fjords from a new perspective in a kayak. Other popular activities in the area include fishing, rafting, and cycling. Spend the night at a hotel in the Geiranger area.

Day 12

Drive to Vestnes and take the ferry to Molde. Then head to the fishing village of Bud, which in the 16th and 17th centuries was the most important trading center between Bergen and Trondheim. From there you will continue on the Atlantic Ocean Road, with the vast ocean on one side and majestic snow-clad mountains on the other. End the day in Kristiansund, a charming city built on five islands with beautiful views from its natural harbor. Spend the night at a hotel in Kristiansund. 
Driving distance approx. 179 km 4.30 HRS.

Day 13

From Kristiansund, drive south to Lillehammer, the host city of the 1994 Winter Olympics. To learn more about this competition’s history, visit the Norwegian Olympic Museum. Nearby is the Lysgårdsbakkene Ski Jumping Arena, where you can ride the chairlift for a great view or try the bobsled simulator! Other good options here include a visit to Maihaugen, one of Northern Europe’s largest open-air museums, or a stroll along Storgata, the city’s lively main street with many shops and restaurants. Spend the night at a hotel in Lillehammer.  
Driving distance approx. 390 km 6HRS.

Day 14

Take a train from Oslo to Stockholm transferred to your accommodation in Stockholm. If you arrive early, take a stroll around the trendy Södermalm neighborhood, where you’ll find many unique shops, cafes, and restaurants, along with great city skyline views up from the street of Fjållgatan.
Spend the night in Stockholm.

Day 15

Spend the day in Stockholm. It is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful capital cities in the world, with grand palaces, many museums, world-class restaurants, and lush arks. Stockholm is also a very hip destination known for its innovative design, fashion, and music scene. Here we recommend taking a sightseeing tour to get an overview of the most significant places, including the Old Town and Djurgården, the king’s ancient hunting grounds, where many of the most renowned museums are located. Spend the night in Stockholm.

Day 16


  • Insurance
  • Visa Charges
  • Hotel with Breakfast
  • Rental Car


  • Lunch & Dinner
  • Train Ticket from Oslo To Stockholm
  • Airfare
  • Ferry Tickets
Fast Facts

Full Name: Norway
Capital City: Oslo
Time Zone : + 1 GMT & + 4 Hours 30 Minutes ISD
Language Norwegian, English is widely spoken.
Religion: Christianity.
Currency: Norwegian krone
ROE: 1 USD approximately makes 9.2 NOK. & 1 NOK makes approximately 7.8 INR
Electricity: 230 Volts
Climate: Western Norway has a marine climate, with comparatively cool summers, mild winters, and nearly 90 inches (2,250 mm) of mean annual precipitation. Eastern Norway, sheltered by the mountains, has an inland climate with warm summers, cold winters, and less than 30 inches (760 mm) of mean annual precipitation.
Shopping: Norwegian traditional costumes (bunads) Norwegians love their bunads. … Linje Aquavit. Aquavit (also written akvavit) means ‘firewater’ and has been in Norwegian’s cups and glasses since the 15th century. …Authentic Norwegian sweaters. …Liquorice chocolates. …
ISD Code : +47
Airport: Oslo Airport

Indian Restaurants

The Great India Restaurant-: Kristian Augusts gate 14, 0164 Oslo, Norway
Restaurant Mother India – Pilestredet 63, 0350 Oslo, Norway
Jaipur Resta

General Information

Norway was originally called Nordweg, meaning the “Northern Way.”

Beerenberg, at 7,306 feet (2,227 m), on Jan Mayen Island in the Norwegian Sea, is Norway’s only active volcano.

The cheese slicer was invented in Norway in 1925 by Thor Bjørklund.

The Lærdal Tunnel is the world’s longest road tunnel at 15 miles (24.5 km).

In Norway, you can buy alcoholic beverages only from stores named Vinmonopolet. There are only two in each city, and none in the countryside

The official Christmas tree in Trafalgar Square in London has come from Norway every year since 1946

If you own a television in Norway, you have to pay an annual licensing fee of US $480.66.

Norway is the world’s largest exporter of salmon

Norway is not a formal member of the European Union, having opted out during a referendum in November 1994

Grandiosa frozen pizza is Norway’s unofficial national dish.

Sognefjorden is the largest fjord in Norway and the third largest in the world. It is the longest ice-free fjord in the world and stretches 127 miles (205 km) inland from the ocean

Travel Information

Indian National requires a Schengen visa to travel to Norway. Indian citizens need to apply for a Schengen visa.. Visa is issued by the consulate of Norway located in New Delhi. You must have more than 6 month’s validity on your passport from the intended date of return. Return air ticket, Bank Statements, Travel itinerary & hotel booking is required

Travel Insurance is mandatory for visa

Do dress appropriately. Always carry an Extra Layer of Clothes
Not much tipping is required in Norway, as the service charge will always be included in your bill. It is common courtesy, however, to round up your bill to the next even 5.
Don’t Try to bargain. trying to bargain over the price with a vendor will only get a puzzled look
Don’t Expect to Pull Your Suitcase. nearly all sidewalks in Norway have run gutters cut into them; the end result is a broken suitcase.
Keep Your Hands to Yourself touching is kept to a minimum. A hearty handshake in greeting is expected, but a kiss is not
Don’t Make Assumptions on Marital Status or Lifestyle, don’t simply assume that couples are married. In the same vein, don’t assume that two friends of the same sex are always just friends. This is an open-minded country. Don’t criticize lifestyle choices.​
Don’t Drink and Drive Don’t Criticize -Don’t Compare Them to the Rest of Scandinavia

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