Oslo to Bergen Adventure Week

From £2336 pp


6 Nights / 7 Days

Private Tour

Oslo to Bergen Adventure Week

From £2336 pp

What You'll Do

Discover two of Norway's most compelling cities and some of it's grandest scenery on this week long adventure from Oslo to Bergen, along the way enjoying fjord cruises, magical bike rides and hikes, and a look at local culture, cuisine and history on guided tours of both cities.

Fly into Oslo, where you’ll be picked up by your driver and taken directly to your accommodation. You’ll have a free evening to relax and refresh, ahead of your week long adventure that leads you from the capital to Bergen, on the west coast.

Your first morning will be spent learning all there is to know about Oslo on a tour with a private guide. They’ll help you to get to know the hidden gems that most tourists miss, and see the city through a local lens so that by the time you finish the tour, you’ll already feel at home and as if you have enough insider knowledge to be an Oslo ‘expert’.

After a free afternoon and evening to explore, your next day begins when you take the train northwards in the direction of Bergen.Far from your average commuter train, this 5 hour journey will give you a taste of the stunning scenery that awaits you on the rest of your trip.

You’ll stop off at the highest train station in the country, before cycling your way down through magical mountain roads to a cafe with a serious view, before you head to an authentic ‘Viking’ pub, where you can try traditional Norse food and ale.

Your next day will be spent admiring beautifully preserved churches dating back to the middle ages, as well as the historic ‘Kings Road’ which provides the route for your easy hike through some spectacular mountain scenery.

Embark on your first fjord cruise, as you spend 5 hours drinking in the sites of Sognefjord, the largest and deepest fjord in the country. You’ll also enjoy a guided walking tour of the city of Bergen, allowing you to get under the skin of the city and get to know it like a local, meaning that when you explore alone, you’re armed with invaluable knowledge that’ll help you make the most of your time.

By the time you head home, you’ll have seen some of the most spectacular scenery on earth and visited some of Norway’s best hidden gems thanks to a little local expertise – and you’ll already be planning your return trip…


Get to know the local secrets of Oslo and Bergen on private walking tours

Drink in epic scenery on a ferry through Norway's largest fjord

Embark on stunning hikes and bike rides that get you off the beaten track

Your Local Host:


We are a team of dedicated locals ready to take you for local walks or tailor-make your dream holiday off-beaten track. Our team consists of dedicated locals who strongly believe in showcasing the country's finest and most unique experiences. We pride ourselves in our local knowledge, and utilize every bit of it to make incredibly enriching experiences which are sustainable and at the same time memorable.

Experience Itinerary

Arrival Day

Meet your driver in the arrival hall, and go by private car from the airport to your accommodation in the city centre to relax and refresh after your journey.

Spend your first evening at your leisure, exploring the stylish streets of Oslo and getting your bearings ahead of the first full day of your Norwegian adventure.





Amerikalinjen. Stylish boutique hotel, centrally located and steeped in history from the time Norwegians emigrated to America with the shipping company from the hotel building. Standard Twin/Double Room including breakfast.

double room in oslo

Exploring Oslo

Today, you’ll embark on a “hidden gems” city walk with local guide. Your guide will meet you in the hotel reception in the morning, then you will set off on a private 3 hour walking tour, visiting some of the hidden gems of the city which many tourists miss.

You will also be given information, local insight and a get to know the fascinating history of the Norwegian capital, allowing you to get under the skin of Oslo so that you feel as if you really understand the rhythms of daily life here.

The rest of the day is yours to explore the city, making the most of your new-found local knowledge to get the very best out of your time spent in a city that oozes culture and sophistication.


Amerikalinjen. Standard Twin/Double Room including breakfast.

hotel in oslo norway

Into Fjord Country

After checking out, go to the train station and catch the morning train in the direction of Bergen. After a scenic ride, disembark at Myrdal Station, the highest train station on the Oslo-Bergen line. Situated at 867 meters above sea level, there is no road connection to the station which makes for a unique, adventurous feel.

This stop is also the arrival/departure station for the Flåm Railway. Here, pick up your rental bikes at Café Rallaren, located in the station building, and cycle the last part of the famous “Rallarvegen” bicycle road. It is about 20km down to Flåm along easy downhill terrain, surrounded by spectacular scenery.

Your luggage will be sent with the Flåm Railway and will be picked up at Flåm Station, where you return the bicycles. Head over to “Ægir BryggeriPub”, a charming Norse-style microbrewery that serves Viking-esque food and ale. You will be served 5 beers with your meal, each one paired with an authentic local dish.

Enjoy the fjords, embrace the culture, and get acquainted with food & drink of Norway in this cosy setting. Following your meal, you will receive a taxi transfer to Aurland and your accommodation.

Image credit: Øyvind Heen – fjords.com


Vangsgaarden Gjestegaard. Cosy homestay style hotel with charm and atmosphere. Standard Double Room including breakfast.

double room in a hotel in norway

Middle Age Churches and Unique Hikes

Today you’ll catch a taxi transfer to Borgund Stavechurch, built in 1180 and still beautifully preserved. After visiting the church, you will walk a part of the “Kings Road”, built in around 1790 and the first road connection between Oslo and Bergen that could be negotiated by horse and carriage.

The road is situated right behind the church, and the section located here is called “Vindhellavegen”. It’s the most famous section of the road and is one of the best examples of this type of preservation in Northern Europe. The section is around 3 km long, an easy walk with some parts including steep, winding curves built by hand in the ancient Roman style, whuch makes for a spectacular and unique hike. At the end of the road, you will find your accommodation for the night.

Image credit: Foap – VisitNorway.com


Husum Hotel

A beautiful old-style renovated family-run hotel. Standard Double Room with breakfast and 3.course dinner included (Luggage will be dropped off here on the way to the church earlier).

double room in a hotel in norway

Fjord Cruising

Take the scenic 5 hour ferry from Aurland to Bergen along the famous Sognefjord. Drink in the stunning views on your cruise through the ‘King of the Fjords’, the longest and deepest in the country.




Image credit: Øyvind Heen – fjords.com


Bergen Børs. Elegant hotel centrally located in Bergen. Standard Twin/Double Room with breakfast.

double room in a hotel in bergen

Exploring Bergen

Today, your guide will meet you in the hotel reception in the morning. Embark on a private 3 hour walking tour, visiting some of the highlights of the city and getting invaluable local insight into this fascinating, and beautifully situated city.

The rest of the day is your to explore the city independently, armed with your new local knowledge about the city which will help you find the very best hidden gems.


Image credit: Giovanni Tagini – Visit Norway


Bergen Børs. Standard Twin/Double Room with breakfast.

hotel in bergen

Departure Day

Today, check out of your hotel in Bergen and head to the airport to catch your return flight home.

We hope you have had an incredible time in Norway, and come away feeling as though your experiences have gone further than your average holiday, and that you’ve got a real insight into the culture and lifestyle in this spectacular part of the world.

Location Information

Your Norwegian adventure begins when you land in Oslo, where you will be taken directly to your accommodation. After a couple of nights in the capital, you’ll take the train towards Bergen, disembarking at Myrdal Station before cycling down to Flåm Station.

From there, you’ll be taken by taxi to your accommodation in Aurland, before heading on via a taxi and a hike to your next nights accommodation in Husum.

You’ll then take a ferry to Bergen, where you will spend your final two nights, before catching a train back to Oslo or a return flight from Bergen itself.

  • 6 nights accommodation
  • All breakfasts
  • Transfers
  • Train tickets
  • Ferry from Aurland to Bergen
  • Bike hire at Flåm Railway
  • Food and paired beers at Ægir BryggeriPub
  • Oslo tour with a local guide
  • Bergen tour with a local guide
  • Guided walk at Borgund Church