Norway Custom Travel Planners
Try one of these Norway custom travel planners to create the trip of your dreams.
Norway Custom Travel Planner: Jan Sortland: Norwegian Adventures
Conde Nast Travel Specialist, Wendy’s WOW List
Website: Norwegian Adventures
Read Jan’s Insider’s Guide to Norway.
Finland Custom Travel Planner: Leigh Landis: Exeter International
Wendy’s WOW List
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Norway Top Ten Travel Ideas
Ideas for working with your Norway Custom Tour Planner
Try some of these great ideas to start your conversation with one of the travel experts listed below.
1 – Cruise the fjords.
2 – Ride the Flåm Railway.
3 – Explore the city of Oslo.
4 – Visit the Lofoten Islands far above the Arctic Circle on the Norwegian Sea.
5 – Spend a night in a lavvu (Sami tepee) under skies lit by the Northern Lights.
6 – Summer ski at Strynefjellet.
7 – Visit the stave church Fantoft, a medieval wooden Christian church built of wood.
8 – Walk through the quaint town of Bergen.
9 – Cycle the Rallarvegen from “the roof of Norway” right down to the fjord.
10 – Stand on the ledge overlooking Trolltunga.
Norway Tourism Website Information
In addition to all the usual information, and the current promotion for Fjord Norway, there are some interesting ideas for themed trips to Norway right on the home page. Food, history, unusual hotels and UNESCO sites are all options. Exploring the Viking Age leads you to a page with interesting graphics and short descriptions of six touring options around the country, such as the Viking Ship Museum in Oslo, the Viking Valley Market in Gudvangen and even sailing a viking ship on the Vefsnfjord.
From the website:
“Imagine living in Norway a thousand years ago. Were you a fierce Viking warrior, a sailor exploring the oceans, or a poet feasting with your king?
The St Olav Festival attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year. It features a medieval market, an art exhibition, concerts, theatre performances, seminars and more. Also popular is the St Olav Drama, which is performed each year at the end of July. It started in 1954 and is the longest running open-air play in Norway, and the purpose-built amphitheater is also the largest open-air theater in Scandinavia. Read more about the Stiklestad National Culture Center and the Viking Settlement at Avaldsnes.”