From  £1249
per person
Tour Highlights
  • Enjoy the sights of the spectacular Flam Railway
  • Witness Glaciers, fjords and majestic mountains
  • Drive at your own leisure and explore the country
  • Marvel at the view from a glass viewpoint that overhangs a cliff
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Flam & Fjords Fly-Drive

8 Day Tour, from £1249 per person
Start in the capital to embark on a route through Norway’s highest mountain passes and skirting around the country’s largest fjords, beautifully lined with near-vertical valley walls. Climb aboard the Flam Railway, one of the world’s most spectacular rail routes before walking in the shadow of Europe’s greatest glacier, the gigantic Jostedal Glacier and embracing the panorama from the summit of Mt Floyen.

Tour Itinerary

Fly to Oslo
Fly to Oslo
Arrive in Oslo to pick up your rental car and spend a day exploring the stunning town waterfront that overlooks the Oslofjord. (B)
Head to Lillehammer
Head to Lillehammer
Journey along the shores of Lake Mjøsa stopping to visit Hamar and Lillehammer – home of the 1994 Winter Olympics. Here you can visit the picturesque farm buildings and town houses at the Maihaugen open air museum. (B)
Jostedal Glacier
Jostedal Glacier
Point the compass north to route through the mountains of the giants, Jotunheimen National Park. Climb up the Sognefjell – Northern Europe’s highest mountain pass at 1,500m for a breathtaking view over Galdhøpiggen, the highest mountain of Norway. Stick with the ‘bigger is better’ theme for today to visit Jostedal Glacier, the largest glacier on the European mainland. Drive along the shores of the giant ‘King of the Fjords’, Sognefjord, through charming, traditional villages towards Sogndal. (B)
Ride the Flam Railway
Ride the Flam Railway
Hop on the ferry to cross to Fodness and join the road to Laerdal, a pretty fjord town lined with a rainbow of wooden houses. Choose whether you embark on the 24km tunnel to Flåm, or take on the breathtaking mountain pass, the ‘Snow-Road’ passing by a glass viewpoint that overhangs the cliff. Trade the wheels for the rails and ride the Flåm Railway for an unforgettable trip through the mountains and alongside a waterfall. Drive through the Gudvangen tunnel on your way to Stalheimen, perched on the top of the narrow Nærøydalen Canyon. (B)
Head to Bergen
Head to Bergen
Your journey to Bergen will take you via Voss and through 40 tunnels. Explore the history and Hanseatic culture of charming Bergen town settled at the foot of seven mountains on the west coast of Norway. Tour the harbour area and visit the cathedral and famous fish market before sauntering through the narrow streets of the old town. For the best views in the area, ride the Fløibanen funicular up to the top of Mt. Fløyen. (B)
Visit Waterfalls
Visit Waterfalls
Step behind the crashing wall of water at the Steindalsfossen waterfall as you drive to Norheimsund along the shores of the vast Hardangerfjord. Learn about the region’s native flora and fauna in the small town of Eidfjord before heading through the narrow Måbødalen gorge to reach Fossli and Vøringsfossen – the highest waterfall in Norway. (B)
Back to Oslo
Back to Oslo
Once you’ve explored Norway’s famous glassworks of Hadeland outside Geilo, head back towards Oslo to explore any final areas of the city or surrounding landscape. (B)
Fly back to the UK
Return your hire car at Oslo airport and fly back to the UK. (B)

Pricing Information

8 day tour, from £1249 per person

Price Includes

  • Return flights from London Heathrow to Oslo
  • 7 nights accommodation in 3-star hotels in a twin / double room including breakfast 
  • 8 days car hire in a Group A (VW Up! or similar) including CDW
  • Excursions as listed in the itinerary

Price Excludes

  • Optional excursions
  • Gratuities and tips

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