Majestic Norway 2022

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May 13 - 24, 2022
Group size: 20 - 25
Majestic Norway 2022
Norway


May 13 - 24, 2022
Group size: 20 - 25

About this trip

  Trollhaugen Tours present
              Majestic Norway

Syttende mai in Trondheim
       May 13—May 24, 2022

Highlights:

  Highlights: 

· Oslo, Norway’s vibrant capital city. 

· Viking Ship Museum, Bygdøy Folk Museum, 

· Train ride from Oslo to Trondheim.

· Celebrate 17th of May in historic Trondheim

· Nidaros Cathedral—Norway’s national   sanctuary

· Hegra Fortress

· The legend of Prillar Guri in Otta/Kringen

· Guided tour of Lom Stavkirke

· Sognefjell and Sognefjord

· Stunning views from Stalheim Hotel

· Norway in a Nutshell

· The Flåm Railway—the steepest railway lines in the world. 

· Edward Grieg’s home Troldhaugen

· Historic and charming Bergen

· Mt Fløyen overlooking beautiful Bergen. 

What’s included

  • Airfare
    Round-trip airfare from Mpls-St. Paul to Norway
  • Transfer Oslo
    Transfer from Oslo Airport
  • Guided Tour Oslo
    Guided tour of Oslo
  • Train
    Train: Oslo to Trondheim
  • Guided Tour Trondheim
    Guided tour in Trondheim
  • Private Motor Coach
    Private motor coach from Trondheim to Bergen
  • Norway in a Nutschell
    Norway in a Nutshell
  • Guided Tour Bergen
    Guided tour in Bergen
  • Transfer Bergen
    Departure transfer to Bergen Airport
  • Hotels
    10 nights lodging at hotels in standard double-twin rooms
  • Meals
    10 Breakfasts, 6 Dinners
  • Travel Insurance
    Travel Insurance (group insurance available $257/person)
  • Meals
    Meals not listed
  • Entrance Fees
    Entrance fees to sites not covered in itinerary
  • Optional excursions
    Optional excursions
  • Passport
    Passport fees and Personal expenses

Available options

Single Supplement
$595
Travel Insurance
$257

Itinerary

Day 2
Oslo City Tour

This morning discover Norway’s capital city on a guided bus tour featuring visits to the City Hall to see the murals and the location of the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony. Followed by visits to the Frogner Park for a walk where the guide will stop at the most important pieces of ca 200 sculptures made by artist Gustav Vigeland, Polarship Fram Museum, Viking Ship Museum and the Norwegian Folk Museum, an open-air museum with 160 historic buildings, including a beautiful Gol Stave Church from around 1200 and indoor exhibits featuring Norwegian folk costumes, folk art, church art and Sami culture. Once back at the Oslo hotel, lunch on your own.  Afternoon and evening free to explore with dinner on your own. (B)

Your Organizer


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Trollhaugen Tours
Magne, a native of Fosnavåg, Norway, grew up on an island on the west coast of Norway. Born with an adventurous spirit, Magne could be found biking, hiking and skiing the mountains of Norway. In 1976, his adventures took him to Minneapolis. "Where are the mountains?" Magne recalls his first impression of Minnesota. Mountains were not to be found, but he soon felt right at home amongst many Norwegian Americans. Magne's two sons, Per and Hans also live in the Twin Cities. all about https://trollhaugentours.com/index.php/about-us