Scenic Fjords of Norway
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Itinerary
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Day 1
Newcastle upon Tyne

The port city of Newcastle upon Tyne, more commonly known simply as Newcastle, is located in the north east of England with a lively and diverse culture. Home to many galleries, museums and theatres, Newcastle is a city that can delight the senses. The River Tyne is home to some of the city’s more historic features including the High Level Bridge – the first major example of a wrought iron tied arch bridge, which was completed in 1849. A short journey out of the city will take you to the impressive Angel of the North sculpture, which stands 20 metres high and has a 54-metre wingspan; and Hadrian’s Wall – a World Heritage Site fortification, built by the Roman Empire in 122AD.

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Day 3
Bergen

Bergen is Norway’s second largest city and is renowned for its beautiful surrounding nature and excellent hiking opportunities. The city has its own unique culture, with a spectacular artistic and musical scene. Its harbour has gained UNESCO World Heritage status for its charming houses and its role as one of the oldest ports in Northern Europe. Most of the city is located on or around  a fjord and and is a major port of call for most Norwegian and Arctic cruises. 

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Day 4
Flåm

Cruising along the arm of Sognefjord will reward visitors to the region with mesmerising views of the natural surroundings. Upon reaching the innermost point of Sognefjord, you will arrive in the charming village of Flaam – also known as Flam. An absolute must for people arriving in this area is the Flamsbana – the third steepest railway in the world and provides a chance to admire the surrounding natural features including mountains and waterfalls.

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Day 5
Olden

Olden is a peaceful Norwegian village, settled at the southern end of Nordfjord – at the entrance to the Oldedalen Valley. The lake here has gained its rich green colour as a result of a nearby river pouring down the surrounding mountains from the Briksdal Glacier. Over the course of time, this glacier has transformed the valley into an area filled with giant waterfalls and many mesmerising natural features.

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Day 6
Hellesylt

The Norwegian village of Hellesylt sits at the head of Sunnylvsfjorden. It is visited by thousands of tourists during the summer – each coming with the intention of admiring the surrounding natural beauty of the fjords, mountains and valleys.

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Day 8
Newcastle upon Tyne

The port city of Newcastle upon Tyne, more commonly known simply as Newcastle, is located in the north east of England with a lively and diverse culture. Home to many galleries, museums and theatres, Newcastle is a city that can delight the senses. The River Tyne is home to some of the city’s more historic features including the High Level Bridge – the first major example of a wrought iron tied arch bridge, which was completed in 1849. A short journey out of the city will take you to the impressive Angel of the North sculpture, which stands 20 metres high and has a 54-metre wingspan; and Hadrian’s Wall – a World Heritage Site fortification, built by the Roman Empire in 122AD.