Eastern Norway tailor-made holidays
Tailor-made tours of Eastern Norway generally start and end in Oslo, the country's graceful capital. Spending a few days here enables visitors to take in a host of superb museums dedicated to the talents and achievements of some of Norway's most famous sons - Munch, Ibsen, Vigeland, Heyerdahl and Nansen among them.
From there, it's a short drive north to Lillehammer, where skiers can swish through forests and swoosh across high mountains in winter. It's scenic setting at the tip of Lake Mjøso, Norway's largest inland lake, makes it a popular holiday destination in summer, too.
Rugged mountains and lakes also provide plenty of appeal in the Telemark region, home of the Telemark Canal. Self-driving is the simplest way to access this part of Eastern Norway and it's become a popular stop-off on self-drive holidays between Bergen and Oslo.
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Norway's spectacular fjords and mountains look just as spectacular in winter as they do in summer, offering up incredible views at every turn as well as a wealth of exciting winter activities including ice fishing, husky sledding, snowshoeing, alpine skiing and Norway's winter passion - cross-count…
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The Atlantic Road, which links the islands between Molde and Kristiansund along Norway's west coast, is considered by many to be one of the most spectacular coastal roads in the world. At just five miles long, it zigzags across eight low-lying bridges that jut out above the sea.
Showcase the best of western Norway with stays in Oslo and Bergen bookending the classic Norway in a Nutshell tour. Explore some of the country's most striking summer landscapes as journeys on the Flåm and Bergen railways introduce you to the spectacular western fjords.
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The Telemark Canal, built in the 1890s, is one of the nicest ways to experience the scenic Telemark region, between Oslo and Bergen. The Canal runs from the sea to the mountains and has long been regarded as one the Europe's most enchanting waterways.
Lillehammer - literally ‘Little Hammer' - is one of Norway's best known and oldest winter sports resorts, with a scenic lakeside setting and a modern town centre. The town hosted the Winter Olympics in 1994 and its legacy can be seen in its world class winter sports facilities, which include the bo…
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