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From Bergen to Oslo Day Trip
"You will experience the scenic Bergen Railway the breathtaking Flåm Railway the Aurlandsfjord the narrow and dramatic UNESCO-protected Nærøyfjord and the steep hairpin bends of Stalheimskleiva (May-September). The tour is available all year and can be completed in a day. Great value for money and a wonderful possibility to see best parts of the c"""One way trip from Bergen to Oslo including fjord cruise train and bus ride. This legendary tour takes you through Norway’s most breathtaking UNESCO-protected fjord and mountain scenery
From EUR315.00
 
Northern Lights Hunt Including Snacks on Campfire from Rovaniemi
"You will be picked up from your accommodation point and transferred for a 2-hour excursion to a traditional Finnish tent with a campfire on lake shore. Return transfers warm outfit for additional cost (if the temperature is under -15 degrees outside) a professional guide hot drink and snacks on fire and hopefully the main feature - the Aurora Borealis or northern lights - will make you feel the real spirit of Lapland!This secret spot is the best place to observe the northern lights as well as the Polar night's be"""The Northern Lights hunting is a bestseller outdoors night tour. 2.5 hours in a traditional tent with a campfire on a lake shore. Warm outfit (if the temperature is under -15 degrees outside) a professional guide
From EUR90.00
 
Small-group Aurora Hunt Northern Lights Tour from Tromso
"This Aurora hunting tour is for those who wish to chase the northern lights with a small group and an enthusiastic guide. Your guide will pick you up from the city centre and you and the rest of group will head out to the countryside around Tromsø or pot which guarantees an intimate and cozy experience for everyone.Weather plays an important role in the northern lights hunt and determines where the team will decide to drive. The first option is the west coast side of Tromsø with beautiful landscapes. If the coast is cloudy you will head inland and chase the better weather in different locations all the way to Finland if needed. When finding a nice place with clear sky the guide will make a camp with a bonfire for you to relax around eat home-made soup and take some pictures. Sometimes you may need to wait for the aurora to appear and at other times you may be lucky enough to enjoy the show for the whole evening. Nature makes that decision for you but your guides will make sure that you have everything else covered for an unforgettable experience in the arctic. You will get a thermal suit and mittens from us to keep warm. For photography you can use our tripod with your camera. The guide w
From NOK1,400.00

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Lysenfjorden - Not pulpit or kjærag

The southern coast of Norway with its interesting towns, steep rock-faced fjords, and rocky islets is so scenic that it would be difficult to choose a favorite sight from among them. We found that...
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Gamle Stavanger

As pretty as it is historic, "Gamle Stavanger" or "Straen," located on the west side of the Vågen, is a large cluster of vintage, clapboard houses which have been preserved thanks to the efforts of...
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Preikestolen

As most people know, one of the biggest draws to the city of Stavanger is its proximity to and availability of travel to "Preikestolen," aka "Pulpit Rock" -- that 2,000 ft. towering rock formation...
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Stavanger domkirke

It is 2011, and we are in Stavanger not long after the "Oslo Massacre" had taken place. Many of the dead were still being buried, and this was the case in Stavanger, there was a funeral being held for...
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Breiavatnet

In Stavanger, I found many statues and monuments. They were in parks and streets, they seemed to pop up everywhere. The most important statue is of a Gazelle by the Lake, one I looked at, but somehow...
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Sculptures general

It was allways a nice to find over the corner a nice statue having the roots in the old stories of the city. I will post here some photos with the statues I love. They are so real and they are making...
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Oljemuseet

The Norwegian Petroleum Museum wasn't on our list of places to visit. We were quite happy to see the modern buildings on our cruise though. The Museum is about Oil and Gas, providing an insight into...
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Hafsfjord

While you are taking a nice bath in Møllebukta, you can admire the three swords in stone, a monument by Fritz Røed commemorating the battle of Hafrsfjord in 872 AD that led to Norway becoming a united...
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Flor og Fjære Island

Was not prepared for such a stunning garden. Arrived on a bright, sunny but cold morning and as we walked off the boat and up the slope the view took my breath away. Twenty years of hard work but...
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Tou scene

Tou Scene is a a non-profit corporation owned by artists and supporters and is supported by the Municipality of Stavanger. Tou is located in the old Tou Brewery, that dates back to 1855 and was used...
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Svarthola

Svarthola means the Black Cave and is nothing else to see than a simple small cave :-) What is interesting at this cave, is the fact that it was populated 6000 years ago by a group of hunters (25 is...
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Valbergtårnet.

Valberg Tower, rising upon a hill on the Skagenkaien side of the harbor, is a beautiful backdrop to the colorful Wharf Houses below it. Rather than what we thought it was -- the remaining tower of an...
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The Blue Promenade

We didn't realize it, but a good portion of the time we spent wandering around Stavanger's old city center, we were actually on the path of "The Blue Promenade." Running from Badedammen (an outdoor...
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Jæren - beaches

You don't have to go to Jæren to find beaches, although the Jæren beaches are bigger and more sandy. The city beaches are spread along Gandsfjorden, they are small and cozy. Go by bus no 4 to Rosenli...
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Skagenkaien 30, PO Box 793, Stavanger, Rogaland, 4001, Norway
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Sommeveien 1, Sola Stavanger, Sola, Rogaland, 4050, Norway
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