“I needed some physical training for this city,” said a friend of mine after he visited Norway’s second city.
The name of the city means simply “mountain”. As you walk around Bergen, there are some iconic Norwegian houses and alleyways for you to explore, and you are always walking up- or downhill. Take a pair of comfortable shoes!

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Nordiva Tours

Bergen is an excellent destination for the many leisure travellers to the Western coast. Here you’ll find history and attractions, recreation, fishing and unforgettable nature – fjords, mountains and glaciers.

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Classic Norwegian Round Cruise Hurtigruten

Join the world famous team for unforgettable cruises in fjords or on the sea to have a closer look at Norway’s nature or wildlife. At any season, it is a trip like no other, because Norwegian landscapes will not disappoint you regardless the weather.

On board you will be taken care of dedicated experts which will enhance your experience by different activities and  interpret the cultural and natural treasures you will see during your voyage. We can help you choose among many options and deals Hurtigruten offers or incorporate a fraction of 12-days long route into your very personal itinerary. We add our complimentary guided tours in many Norwegian cities along the route inviting our local guides to share their passion to one of the most beautiful areas on the globe.



Bryggen is also one of the most recognisable views of the city. Feel free to take a look inside the houses and courtyards as well as visit the assembly hall in the Hanseatic Museum and the Museum of Bruges.

Several daily departures, all year

Flåm Railway

The Flåm Railway, Flamsbana is often touted by travel brochures as one of the greatest railway journeys in the world, and while you may be inclined to write this off as a mere advertising pitch, it really does live up to this claim. The ride from Myrdal down into Flam is only an hour long, yet it’s absolutely thrilling with some of the most amazing landscapes you could have ever seen.



Flåm -Myrdal,  low/high season Adult 370/430 nok Child 185/215 nok
Flåm-Myrdal-Flåm, low/high season Adult 500/630 nok Child 250/314 nok


Around Bergen

For those of you who love outdoor activities, Bergen is a paradise: you can climb the Folgefonna glacier, choose one of the mountain roads, or dive in the fjord, where you can see inhabitants of the depths in their natural environment.

Private tours

Bergen Fishing

Fishing on the West coast is one of the most popular types of activity. You don’t have to spend a whole day driving to a fishing village.

For seasons 2018-2019 we can offer a group fishing tour, up to 12 people. All necessary fishing gear and equipment is included.

5 hour fishing tour: from 17.900 NOK
7 hours fishing tour: from 24.900 NOK

For smaller or bigger groups please ask for price.

We are not selling join in fishing tours.


Bergen Aquarium

If you come with kids, do not deny yourself the pleasure of meeting the inhabitants of the aquarium!

Cathedral Rosenkrantz

The Fortress and Cathedral Rosenkrantz in Bergen are so widely known that they are among the most recognisable symbols of the city today.


Start your day with the funicular Fløibanen and the observation point at the top of the hill. The view is awe-inspiring, even if you have seen dozens of photographs taken from this point.

VIP Services

Suitable for 12 passangers

Luxury Yacht Fairline

From 01. April to Mid-September

Fairline Motor Yacht is 58 feet of pure luxury which takes onboard up to 12 passengers in addition to a crew. You can start your trip from Bergen and visit any place on the West coast, including Geirangefjord, Sognefjord and Hardangerfjord.

Wherever you have only a couple of hours, a weekend or a whole week, Fairline is at your service offering generous living spaces, 3 comfortable cabins with TV sets and air-conditions. We can hire an experienced chef for you and offer an extensive range of fun, inclusive and memorable activities.

Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz Bergen

Situated just around a corner from Bryggen, Thon Hotel Rosenkrantz combines everything that a perfect hotel must embody: a good cuisine, prime location, top-notch service, and abundance of facilities. Why wouldn’t give you a go to stay in such a hotel in Bergen?

What actually stands out regarding this hotel is that it provides both a buffet breakfast and evening meals. Dry cleaning, laundry services, gym, baggage hold, airport shuttle service, hearing impaired service, and wake-up service guarantee an enjoyable stay here.

Rosenkrantzgaten 7, 5003 Bergen, Norway

+47 55 30 14 00

First Hotel Marin

First Hotel Marin is located right in the heart of Bergen, just a hundred meters away from Bryggen and Fløibanen. The hotel’s proximity to the historical fish market, a variety of architectural masterpieces and shopping boutiques is a strong argument in favor of staying here.

This hotel has all necessary facilities for a comfortable stay: free Wi-Fi, fitness center with gym, laundry and dry cleaning services. Conference facilities are also available on-site, and breakfast is included in the price of each room. TripAdvisor users, however, somewhat downgraded the hotel’s rating in terms of value, i.e. they think that the hotel is slightly overpriced.

Rosenkrantzgaten 8, 5003 Bergen, Norway

+47 53 05 15 00

Bergen Harbour Hotel

With a perfect view of the harbor and Mount Fløyen, this hotel is an ideal place to stay in Bergen. A convenient location comes with a number of other advantages of this hotel, such as free-of-charge bike rentals for exploring the city. In fact, many important sights (Bryggen, Fløibanen, the fish market) are located within a few hundred meters from the hotel.

While the restaurant offer decent food (modern Asian and continental) at this hotel, many guests value its amazing bar with pretty creative barmen. There are rooms for every budget: from standard single to superior king.

Finnegårdsgaten 6, 5003 Bergen, Norway

+47 55 30 09 10

Hotel Bergen Børs

Branded as the most fashionable and elegant hotel in Bergen, Hotel Bergen Børs can boast to be located in the vicinity of Bryggen. And while the interior of this hotel is, indeed, fairly impressive, it doesn’t tend to be too striking, but rather cozy and functional.

Bergen Børs provides the guests with all necessary amenities, including a bar and a restaurant that serve creative cocktails and delicious European food. Among other facilities, you can also access the hotel’s gym, meeting room, and VIP lounge.

Vågsallmenningen 1, 5014 Bergen, Norway

+47 55 33 64 00

Opus XVI

Opus XVI Hotel is one of the few Bergen hotels that can boast to have a 5-star rating on TripAdvisor. And that’s not accidental for this hotel, which is run by the relatives of Edvard Grieg, a famous Norwegian composer. The idea of the Grieg’s relatives was to offer a stay in a classic, yet modern hotel, which would acquaint the guests with the life and works of the famous Norwegian.

And even though the prices at this hotel are not that cheap, all 65 hotel rooms are oftentimes pre-booked much in advance. And we have to confess that this hotel excels in almost everything (except the price, indeed) – from the prime location and service to cleanliness and restaurant cuisine.

Vågsallmenningen 16, 5014 Bergen, Norway

+47 53 01 22 00

Scandic Neptun Hotel

Located within an easy reach from Bryggen, this hotel is valued for its reasonable prices and a good package of facilities. Breakfasts are always included in the room price, and the meals served at the hotel’s restaurant are quite delicious.

The hotel provides its guests with parking premises and 24-hour security. There is a 24-hour Scandic Shop available for guests. Those customers who need to organize a conference will find no problem with that, too: you can gather up to 120 in a single meeting facility here. It is also worth to point out that this is a pet-friendly hotel.

Valkendorfsgaten 8, 5012 Bergen, Norway

+47 55 30 68 00

Augustin Hotel

Located at the heart of Bergen, Augustin Hotel brands itself as a popular hotel with an outstanding service and a relaxed atmosphere. By booking a room in this hotel, you will enjoy the ease of access to the boutiques and famous attractions (such as Bryggen) nearby.

The hotel won the TripAdvisor “Value for Money” 2018 award, which makes this hotel an ideal place for a stay in Bergen. Convenient and neatly designed meeting facilities, cozy hotel rooms, and the top-notch restaurant service make up a good blend for a decent Bergen hotel.

C. Sundts gate 22, 5004 Bergen, Norway

+47 55 30 40 00

Best Western Plus Hotel Hordaheimen

Best Western Plus Hotel Hordaheimen is located at the center of Bergen, just a few minutes of walking away from the renowned Bryggen. Basically, this hotel represents an ideal blend of reasonable prices, prime location, and high-quality services.

At this hotel, you will enjoy a complimentary full breakfast. All the rooms in the hotel are non-smoking ones, and multilingual staff is another advantage of this Bergen hotel. The on-site restaurant serves quite creative meals, too. If you are seeking where to stay in Bergen, this may be a good choice.

C. Sundts gate 18, 5004 Bergen, Norway

+47 55 33 50 00

Zander K Hotel

Immodestly branded as Bergen’s most modern hotel, Zander K Hotel is located near the main railway station, just 5 minutes away from Bryggen, the city’s most renowned attraction. Excellent foodbar and creative cocktails complement the hotel’s spacious, cozy rooms, which would satisfy the demands even of the most capricious guests.

Zander K Hotel in Bergen is an ideal choice for people who value a healthy lifestyle, since the guests may enjoy countless amenities. Free bicycles, modern gym, and an excellent atmosphere will definitely make a stay in this hotel unforgettable.

Zander Kaaes gate 8, 5015 Bergen, Norway

+47 55 36 20 40

Scandic Ørnen

Located at the heart of Bergen, Scandic Ørnen may be a perfect choice for a stay in this wonderful city. The proximity of this hotel to the city’s main attractions (such as Bryggen) and overall convenience (it is located near the main railway station) make it one of the most popular hotels among tourists.

The hotel is able to accommodate up to 450 guests and features some pretty spacious conference rooms. Roast and Sky Bar, located on the 12th floor, provides the guests with a fantastic view of the city – that’s in addition to the tasty meals and creative drinks it offers. This is definitely one of the best hotels in Bergen.

Lars Hilles gate 18, 5008 Bergen, Norway

+47 55 37 50 00

Luxury Accommodation

Villa Sortland

Villa Sortland is the perfect place for those looking for exciting activities and adventures in pristine nature while enjoying the luxury of staying in a five-star hotel. On the island of Bømlo, you will be surrounded by beautiful scenery: the fjord, the mountains, the archipelago and the forest – all can be enjoyed more or less in solitude. This is a place of tranquility and contemplation, but also exciting encounters with the forces of nature and an out-of-the-ordinary culinary experience.

Villa Sortland, Ådnanes 603, NO-5430 Bremnes

+47 22 44 17 00

Luxury Accommodation

Panorama Hotel

The Panorama is located 40 minutes’ drive from Bergen on the island of Sotra. If you come to Bergen to encounter the unique Norwegian nature, do not miss the opportunity to visit this place. This relatively new hotel provides you with a high level of comfort, just like other luxury hotels, and the restaurant has already earned a special reputation. It has a great service and an amazing breakfast, but most importantly its entertainment choices are available to you at any time. You can choose between fishing, walking on the sea beach, hiking, cycling, kayaking and helicopter tours.

Forland, 5379, Norway

+47 56 31 90 00

Radisson Blu Royal

This Radisson has all you need for a business or leisure trip with its newly renovated rooms. Breakfast is always excellent, with a good selection of fruit and vegetables in addition to various styles of food. Make sure you visit the all-new gym on the sixth floor and the dry and wet saunas. The airport bus conveniently picks up and drops off here.

Bryggen, 5835 Bergen, Norway

+47 55 54 30 00

Clarion Collection Havnekontoret

No matter how rainy the weather is, the fiesta begins as soon as you step inside this hotel! A truly original and cozy hotel with splendid service and hospitality. We hope you are not averse to its eclectic interior design, situated inside a beautiful heritage building. You’ll definitely not go hungry: the hotel serves a fresh and inviting breakfast, followed by complimentary waffles during the afternoon and a complimentary dinner served in the evening. Altogether, it will cost you much less than eating outside.

Slottsgaten 1, 5003 Bergen, Norway

+47 55 60 11 00

Clarion Admiral

The Clarion Hotel Group is represented in Bergen by five hotels. We recommend that you pay attention to two of them: Admiral lets you enjoy the view of Fløyen and the harbour that is so often placed on the cover of travel booklets. Service is excellent, with staff doing everything possible to make you feel at home. Spacious rooms, high-quality interiors, great attention to details, and fine cuisine make this hotel well worth the price.

C. Sundts gate 9, 5004 Bergen, Norway

+47 55 23 64 00

Best for small groups

Minibus Bergen Sightseeing Tour

This panoramic tour takes you to the medieval Bergenhus Fortress, 13th century King’s Håkon Hall which is the oldest stone royal residence in the country, and Rozenkrantz Tower. You will move from the Bergenhus fortress to the Hanseatic Office Bryggen through the same way where german merchants exported dry fish and cod liver oil for centuries abroad from Scandinavia to other countries. This was inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979. The narrow passageways of the Office preserved spirit of the medieval trade center, which was established in the middle of the 14th century. Your bus will stop on the Custom pier – the best place to make panoramic pictures of the Old Bergen and the city mountains. From there passing peninsula Nordnes, Bergen Theatre building, Grieg Hall (the largest concert hall in the city) you will come to the royal castle Gamlehaugen situated on the shore of the lake Nordas. You will come to the highest point of the hill, where a castle was erected, to make pictures of the surrounding areas. After a visit of the stave church in Fantoft, you will come to the lower station of Floibanen – the city funicular line. By the funicular you will come to the viewpoint at the summit of the mountain Floien. After 30 minutes of free time you will return back to the lower station of the funicular. You can choose where the end point of the tour would be.



Price: 9.900 NOK for 4 hours tours

Return ticket to Floyen cable car: 100 NOK per person

Tour guide available in the following languages:

The most famous day trip in Norway for private groups

Norway in a Nutshell Private

You will start this whole-day tour from the oldest part of Bergen. On your way, you will have many short photo stops in attractive places, such as Bergenhus Fortress – a home to the Norwegian kings since the 12th century, when Bergen became the capital ofNorway. Also, you will witness the Haakon Hall Royal Residence, erected in the13th century, and medieval Rosenkrantz Tower. Later on, you will move on to the next stop – Hanseatic Office Bruggen, which belonged to the German Trading Hanseatic League that used to be the most important trading center in Norway for more than 400 years.  
Then, you will continue your way along Osteroyfjord, while enjoying a ride on the historical king post road to the city of Voss. Also, you might have a stop at Dale (this is optional and completely up to you), a place where the oldest Norwegian knitwear factory was opened by Peter Jensen in the second half of the 19th century. Nowadays, sweaters from Dale are popular all over the world. After you will drive over the city of Voss, you will make a stop near the Twinde waterfall, which became a symbol of the most famous and popular Norwegian drinking water – Voss.  
That serpentine mountain road will bring you to the Stalheim hotel, which features a view on Narray Valley, which, along with Nærøyfjord, appears to be a part of the UNESCO World Heritage List. Your way further includes a visit to the town of Gudvangen where you board a ferry for amazing 2 hours trip to Flåm.
After a lunch break you continue your journey by the historical Flåm train. You will make a special stop at Kjosfossen waterfall, where you will be a witness of a short entertainment, dedicated to the legend of huldras (known also as forest nimfas). At the end, you will reach Voss from Myrdal by train, and your bus will pick you up in Voss to bring you back to Bergen.  
Departure from Bergen, groups up to 15 people: 20.000 NOK
Groups from 16 to 49 people: 22.000 NOK
Local professional guide
Minibus or tourist coach
Tickets to Flams Railway and Neroyfjord cruise
For descriptions and prices of tours departing from Oslo please contact us.

Tour guide available in the following languages:

Hardanger in a Nutshell Private

You will start your tour from the oldest part of Bergen. On your way, you will have many short photo stops in attractive places, such as Bergenhus Fortress – a home to the Norwegian kings since the 12th century, when Bergen became the capital of Norway. Also, you will witness the Haakon Hall Royal Residence, erected in the 13th century, and medieval Rosenkrantz Tower. Later on, you will move on to the next stop – Hanseatic Office Bruggen, which belonged to the German Trading Hanseatic League that used to be the most important trading center in Norway for more than 400 years. 
You will continue your way on a bus to the shore of the famous Hardanger fjord via the mountain region of Kvam, and you will make stops near the Steindalsfossen and Bratte waterfalls. In fact, you can walk behind the falling water of Steindalsfossen while managing to keep your feet dry.
After one hour driving along the Hardanger fjord, you will stop in the Hardangervidda Center of Nature. There, you will explore a museum that provides us with information about life in the mountains and their inhabitants. After lunch, you will head back to Bergen through the city of Voss – there are plenty of amazing spots for photographers in the city.   
 From Norheimsund village, you will reach the ferry pier – there, a ferry will take you (along with your vehicle) across the Hardanger fjord. Then, you will continue your way through a serpentine road until you will arrive to the Folgefonna National Park, which is a home to the Norway’s 3rd-largest glacier. There, you will have around 30 minutes of free time, before actually returning to the coast of Hardanger fjord. Then, you will have a ferry trip back and, after it, drive back to Bergen, while enjoying one of the most beautiful mountain roads in this region.  
Price: 21200 NOK for the group up to 15 people on a minibus
22500 for the group up to 49 people on a tourist coach
Local professional guide
Minibus or bus
Ferry return crossing  (for option 2)
Excluded: tickets to Nature Center Hardanger (option 1)

Tour guide available in the following languages:

3 hours

The Essential Bergen Walking Tour

Bergen has a compact, yet rich in attractions city center. We invite you to explore it with our best selling walking tour.

Start with a short walk to Bergenhus Fortress – the seat for Norwegian kings in medieval times
Make the next stop at the st. Mary Church the oldest stone church in Bergen from 12th cenchury

  • Hanseatic Office Bryggen – the area inscribed on UNESCO heritage List
  • famous Bergen fish market
  • Bergen Theater building and main pedestrian square Torgalmeningen
  • the statues of Ole Bull and Edward Grieg – famous Norwegian composers
  • Festive Square
  • Museum association KODE and city lake

End at the lower station of Bergen Funicular line


Price: 2200 NOK

Tour guide available in the following languages:

For solo travellers and groups up to 12 persons

3-days Private Cruise from Bergen to Hardanger

We offer you a spectacular trip to one of the most beautiful spots on our planet.

For decades, Hardanger has been one of the most important tourist destinations in Norway. The attractions that drew visitors to Hardanger more than 100 years ago are the same attractions that draw tourists today — the fjords, glaciers, mountains and waterfalls.

For detailed route please refer to View Itinerary.

Price: from 149.000 NOK

Tour guide available in the following languages:

Day 1

Welcome to Bergen Harbour! Meet your captain and crew who will serve you during the next 3 days.

The Bergen region has a coastline with thousands of islands and a buzzing cultural scene. The Island archipelago and the majestic fjords make for highly varied scenery. Waterfalls cascade down the mountainsides, snow glitters on the mountain tops, and lush green pastures line in the fjords.

You can stop for a lunch at any local cafe and restaurants, like Bekkjarvik on Huftarøy. The sea around archipelago is rich in fish, so why not to try your luck at fishing? 2-3 guests can fish at the same time with fishing equipment provided.


Thon Sandven hotel, or
Hardanger Fjord Lodge, or
Hardingasete Cottage

Day 2

Option 1: Eidfjord, bus to Voringfossen

Attend a 2.5-hour sightseeing tour of dramatic and beautiful Norwegian scenery.

The sightseeing tour by bus starts from the pier in Eidfjord and will take you to the Hardangervidda Nature Centre. At the center, you’ll see an exciting panoramic film by Ivo Caprino, where you can learn more about Norwegian fjords, mountains and waterfalls. You can also, through interactive stations, videos and aquariums, explore the nature’s interactions and relationships between the nature and human activities.

From the Hardangervidda Nature Centre, the tour continues up Måbødalen where you have a wonderful view of Vøringsfossen — Norway’s  most famous waterfall;. It has a vertical drop of 145 meters and a total fall of 182 meters. In 2006, Vøringsfossen was the most visited natural attraction. Something that is not difficult to understand when we stop at a lookout point at the waterfall. The sightseeing tour starts in Eidfjord (on the road outside the tourist information office) at 11:45, corresponding with MS Tedno on Hardanger Fjord Cruise. The sightseeing tour ends in Eidfjord at approx. 14:20.

Option 2: Visit Cider and Apple Farm

Here you can see how farmers in Norway grow apple gardens or run farms with sheeps.


Day 3

On your way back to Bergen, we recommend you to stop at Rosendal.

Visit Rosendal

What to do in Rosendal:

Rosendal Palace

Rosendal Palace is located at the Djurgården Hunting Park and was built in the 1820s for King Karl XIV Johan, the first Bernadotte.

Rosendal was originally a summertime pleasure retreat. It has never been a residence in the modern sense of the word. It was merely intended as an escape from the formalities of the court life at the Royal Palace.

One of the leading architects of the time, Fredrik Blom, received a royal commission to draw and build the palace building. The building was produced in the fashion of a prefabricated house.

The palace stands today largely as it did in Karl Johan’s lifetime, which makes Rosendal a unique documentation of the European Empire style, also known as the Karl Johan style in Sweden.

The palace is open to visitors for guided tours in the summer months.

The Barony in Rosendal

The Barony in Rosendal is the smallest “palace” in Scandinavia, the only one of its kind in Norway and a major attraction in Western Norway.

Among other things, the manor house is famous for its magnificent Renaissance garden and its rich calendar of cultural events, including concerts, courtyard theatre and art exhibitions.

The pleasant garden cafe is situated beside the herb garden.

Hattebergfossen and Furebergsfossen waterfalls

Just outside Rosendal and near the viewpoint Baroniet, there is a very nice waterfall called the Hattebergfossen. This is the unofficial name but used by locals. Access is easy, so why not to pay a visit?. North of Rosendal, there is the magnificent Furebergsfossen along road 551 — this one you really shouldn’t miss.

Bergen Hanseatic and Fløyen Return Trip

We will meet you in one the designated places or pick you up from your hotel. You will see the medieval part of Bergen, including 13th century King Håkon’s Hall (the oldest stone royal residence in the country) and Rozenkrantz Tower. You will move on from the Bergenhus fortress to the Hanseatic Office Bryggen, that was inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List in 1969. Narrow passages of the Office preserved the spirit of medieval trade center which was established in the middle of the 14th century. 
Together we will pass through famous Bergen Fish Market that became the first official wholesale market in Norway for sea-food production. Through pedestrian square Torgalmeningen you will arrive at the city park with music pavilions and festive Square, the starting point for all parades in the city. After exploration of the area with Grieg Hall and city lake with the fountain in the middle, you will come to the lower station of Floibanen – the city funicular line. By the funicular you get to the viewpoint at the summit of the mountain Floien. After 30min of free time, we will return back to the lower station – the end point of your tour.  
Price: 2200 NOK
Tickets Fløyen: 90 NOK Adult, 45 NOK Children and Seniors

Tour guide available in the following languages:

Guaranteed Departure Tours

The Royal Scandic Capitals and Majestic Fjords

Discover the capitals of the three Scandinavian countries during this one tour, packed with activities, city tours, and nature recreation. Acquaint yourself with the magnificent Bergen city, which once had been a capital of Norway and played an important role in the European trade of goods.
This tour is a well-balanced blend of city sightseeing and nature activities, which gives you a chance to discover the Scandinavian region from all angles. Take the world’s most scenic railway ride and embark on a cruise across Nærøyfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A variety of optional activities allows you to fill your journey with something you would lack otherwise.
The carefully crafted schedule of this journey helps the travellers to avoid sightseeing exhaustion, while providing fantastic opportunities for enjoying the Scandinavian nature.

Tour guide available in the following languages:

10 days, 9 nights

Trolltunga and Pulpit Rock Hiking Tour

Have you ever wished to hike Trolltunga and Preikestolen – the two most popular sights in Norway – at once? This becomes possible with our new 10-day tour! Explore the authentic Norwegian nature throughout this intense, yet exciting tour.
While our tour will provide you with a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the stunning Norwegian nature, you will have a chance to observe the Norwegian urban lifestyle, too! Right after your arrival, an exciting 4-hour long bus tour will introduce the capital of this country to you. And even though the Oslo city tour includes many sights, some of the attractions will be left for you to discover on your own – you will have enough time for that!
When we will reach Bergen, you will also enjoy a 2-hour long walking tour with a local guide – discover an once-former-capital and one of the most beautiful cities in Norway. The tour will also take you to the towns of Eidfjord and Odda. There, you will get an opportunity to stroll across these beautiful sites and grasp the way of life of the locals.
But apart from the hikes and city tours, you will enjoy a memorable cruise through Nærøyfjord, which is settled right between towering mountains and appears to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You may also choose an optional Flamsbana ride, which is, arguably, the most scenic train ride in the world. And while travelling throughout Norway with us, you can expect many surprising and pleasant visits to some of the best known places in this Scandinavian country.


Price per person, double occupancy: 22.950 NOK

Tour guide available in the following languages:

Guaranteed Departure Tour Dates:

Jul 24



Aug 7



Norway Wellness Tour With Pilates Training

Do you have or want to have an active and healthy lifestyle? If the answer is “yes,” this multi-day Hardanger tour will be an ideal option for you! Our new tour is focused on providing healthy solutions to the tourists in Norway, and you can be sure that the tour’s activities will perfectly match your preferences.

Throughout this 8-day tour, you will have a great chance to uncover the most important attractions of the Norway’s two largest cities: Oslo and Bergen. Our local guides will make sure that the city tours will be interesting and exciting for you. You will also have plenty of time to uncover other, not less significant places in the cities on your own.

During these intense 8 days, you will visit many of the renowned places in Norway, including Sotra Island, the towns of Flåm and Geilo. But on all the way of your Norwegian adventure, you will have plenty of activities, such as Pilates training, SPA, and captivating fjord tours. There is barely a better place on earth where to rejoice at the healthy food and intense activities than Norway.


Price per person, double occupancy: 2300 EURO
Price per person, single occupancy:  2875 EURO

Tour guide available in the following languages:

Guaranteed Departure Tour Dates:

Jul 29




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