Norwegian fjords itinerary: what to see and do in four days in western Norway – Bergen, Flåm and Myrkdalen

Here is a whistle-stop post covering our rapid tour of the Norwegian fjords in west Norway. I travelled there on a press trip with Visit…

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14 fabulous, fun things to do in Oslo, Norway (and some of them are free!)

You can’t beat a bit of local knowledge. I spent two nights in Oslo, Norway, staying with friends. In those short 48 hours, they introduced…

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Cheap places to eat in Oslo: Tunco, a dining experience in Oslo, Norway that won’t break the bank

It’s Saturday night, and Tunco is buzzing with a lively energy. The Norwegian eatery, set in the St Hanshaugen district of Oslo, serves healthy, freshly-cooked…

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A capsule wardrobe for Oslo, with Simply Be

Late this summer, I went on a flying visit to Oslo. The capital of Norway happens to be home to some good friends of mine,…

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Vatnahalsen Høyfjellshotell, and why it’s good to talk to locals

Bonding with people from different cultures is officially good for your health. In their new ‘Cruise Mates‘ campaign, Thomson Cruises highlight the results of research…

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Top museums for families in Oslo, Norway

It’s easy to fall in love with the Norwegian capital, Oslo. It’s surrounded by forest, with majestic fjords just a short journey away. And, considering…

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Myrkdalen ski resort, Voss, western Norway

Norway may still be considered an unusual choice for UK downhill ski enthusiasts. But when I visited Myrkdalen, a ski resort in Voss, two hours…

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What to expect from Bergen, Norway

Bergen, the ‘gateway to the fjords’ on Norway’s south-west coast, is the country’s second largest city. It has a population of fiercely proud inhabitants, and…

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Fjord Norway: Flåm Railway, Fjordsafari and Vatnahalsen Høyfjellshotell

Flåm, in western Norway, is a picturesque village where wooden houses nestle between the fjord and mountains. I travelled there on a four-day press trip.…

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