7 Days trip in Norway

Budget: 0 USD - 3000 USD Outdoor adventures
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Norway is a highly developed country located in Northern Europe, known for its natural beauty, progressive policies, and high standard of living.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to NOK
NOK 10.83
️ -3.78°C
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Day 1

  1. Fløyen Mountain

    180 minutes

    Take the Fløibanen funicular to the top of the Fløyen Mountain for panoramic views of Bergen and surrounding mountains. Take a hike along the walking trails and enjoy the fresh air and scenic beauty.

  2. Vidden Trail

    240 minutes

    Take a scenic hike along the Vidden trail that connects the two famous mountains of Bergen; Ulriken and Fløyen. The trail offers stunning views of the city, fjords, and surrounding landscapes.

  3. Bryggen Wharf

    90 minutes

    Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Bryggen Wharf and explore the colorful old buildings. Stop at one of the local seafood restaurants for a traditional Bergen fish soup, a delicacy of the region.

Day 2

  1. Trolltunga

    360 minutes

    Take a day trip from Bergen to the breathtaking Trolltunga cliff. Hike to the top for stunning views of the fjord, valley, and surrounding mountains. The hike can be challenging, but the view is worth it.

  2. Buer Glacier

    240 minutes

    After Trolltunga, take a short hike to Buer Glacier and experience the natural beauty of Norway. The glacier offers stunning views of frozen waterfalls, ice caves, and glaciers.

  3. Odda

    120 minutes

    After a long day of hiking, grab a bite to eat at one of the local restaurants in Odda, where you can taste local Norwegian cuisine with a modern twist.

Day 3

  1. Hardangerfjord

    480 minutes

    Take a day trip to Hardangerfjord, which is the third longest fjord in Norway. Enjoy a scenic boat cruise and take in the stunning views of the surrounding landscapes, waterfalls, and villages.

  2. Hardangerfjøra

    240 minutes

    Visit the charming village of Hardangerfjøra, which is a popular tourist destination for its orchards, cider farms, and restaurants. Visit one of the cider farms and taste a variety of ciders made from local apples.

  3. Fisketorget Fish Market

    90 minutes

    End the day at Fisketorget Fish Market, where you can sample some of the best seafood dishes in Bergen. Try the fresh salmon, shrimp, or lobster, and enjoy a glass of wine or beer with your meal.

Day 4

  1. Kode Art Museum

    120 minutes

    Explore the Kode Art Museum, which houses an extensive collection of Norwegian art, including works by Edvard Munch and Nikolai Astrup.

  2. Gamle Bergen Museum

    180 minutes

    Visit the charming Gamle Bergen Museum, which is an open-air museum that showcases life in Bergen during the 18th and 19th centuries. Check out the historic houses and exhibitions.

  3. Bergenhus Fortress

    120 minutes

    Explore the Bergenhus Fortress, which is a Medieval fortress that served as the residence of the Kings of Norway during the 13th century. Visit the historic fortress and learn about Bergen's fascinating history.

Day 5

  1. Mount Ulriken

    240 minutes

    Take a cable car to the top of Mount Ulriken for stunning views of Bergen and the surrounding mountains. From there, you can take a hiking trail, rappel down cliffs or zip-line over forest and waterfalls.

  2. Fantoft Stave Church

    120 minutes

    Visit the historic Fantoft Stave Church, which is a rebuilt 12th-century wooden church that was destroyed by arson in the 1990s. Admire the stunning architecture and learn about the church's fascinating history.

  3. Zupperia Soup & Cocktail bar

    90 minutes

    End the day at Zupperia Soup & Cocktail Bar, where you can try delicious Scandinavian seafood soups and cocktails.

Day 6

  1. Bergen Aquarium

    180 minutes

    Visit the Bergen Aquarium, which is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Bergen. Experience a variety of aquatic animals, check out the penguin colony and visit a seal bay down at the harbor.

  2. Troldhaugen Museum

    240 minutes

    Visit the historic home of the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg, that now serves as a museum that showcases the composer's life and work. Get a private concert or spend some peaceful relaxing time outdoors.

  3. Pingvinen Restaurant & Bar

    120 minutes

    End the day at Pingvinen Restaurant & Bar, where you can enjoy traditional Norwegian cuisine in a relaxed and informal setting. Try the stew, reindeer moss, and other specialties.

Day 7

  1. Hardangervidda National Park

    480 minutes

    Take a day trip to Hardangervidda National Park, which is the largest national park in Norway. Enjoy activities like hiking, fishing, or horse riding or skydiving. Take in the magnificent views of glaciers, waterfalls and mountains that surround the area.

  2. Eidfjord

    180 minutes

    Take a stroll around the charming village of Eidfjord and explore the local shops and restaurants. Stop at one of the seafood restaurants and try the local trout or salmon, both of which are farm-raised in the fjord.

  3. Eidfjord

    120 minutes

    End the day with a relaxing 0,5-hour boat tour of Eidfjord that passes allusive waterfalls and the stunning scenery of the Hardangervidda National Park.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-30 USD per night
50-100 USD per night
80-150 USD per night


City Bus
3-5 USD per day
Bike rental
20-30 USD per day
Car Rental
50-80 USD per day


Street food/local food
5-10 USD per meal
Mid-range restaurant
20-30 USD per meal
High-end restaurant
50-100 USD per meal


Mount Floyen Hike
Bergen Aquarium
15-25 USD
Guided Fjord Tour
80-150 USD

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