4 Days trip in Norway

Budget: 0 USD - 350 USD City sightseeing Cultural experiences Historical landmarks 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
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Haraldshaugen National Monument

    120 minutes

    Visit the national monument that celebrates the first king of Norway, Harald Fairhair. The monument is located on a hill with a great view of the nearby countryside.

  2. Haugesund Art Gallery

    90 minutes

    Visit the local art gallery and explore the exhibitions of Norwegian and international art, featuring paintings, sculptures and installations.

  3. Haraldsgata

    180 minutes

    Take a stroll down the main street of Haugesund, Haraldsgata, and explore the local shops, cafes and restaurants. Enjoy the evening atmosphere of this charming city.

Day 2

  1. Preikestolen

    360 minutes

    Take a day trip to the famous Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), located about 2 hours from Haugesund. Enjoy a scenic hike to the top of the cliff and marvel at the stunning views of the fjord below.

  2. Karmoy Beaches

    240 minutes

    Explore the beautiful beaches of Karmoy island, located just a short ferry ride from Haugesund. Relax on the sandy shores, go for a swim, or take a walk along the coastline.

  3. Smedasundet Harbour

    120 minutes

    Visit the bustling Smedasundet Harbour in the heart of Haugesund. Watch the boats come and go, explore the local seafood restaurants, and enjoy the lively atmosphere of the waterfront.

Day 3

  1. Avaldsnes Viking Farm and Fortress

    180 minutes

    Visit the Viking Farm and Fortress at Avaldsnes, located on the Karmoy island near Haugesund. Explore the reconstructed Viking house and see how the Vikings lived, and walk the grounds of the historic fortress.

  2. Folgefonn Glacier

    360 minutes

    Take a day trip to the Folgefonn Glacier, located about 2 hours from Haugesund. Enjoy a scenic drive through the mountains and hike to the glacier, or take a guided glacier tour to explore the ice caves and crevasses.

  3. Haugalandet Brewery

    120 minutes

    Take a tour of the local Haugalandet Brewery, where you can learn about the history of Norwegian beer and sample some of the brewery's finest brews.

Day 4

  1. Lysefjord

    360 minutes

    Take a boat tour of the stunning Lysefjord, located about 2 hours from Haugesund. Enjoy the scenic views of the fjord, the mountains and the waterfalls, and go for a hike to the famous Kjeragbolten boulder.

  2. Norwegian Petroleum Museum

    180 minutes

    Visit the Norwegian Petroleum Museum in Stavanger, located about 1 hour from Haugesund. Learn about the history and technology of Norway's offshore oil industry, and see interactive exhibitions and informative displays.

  3. Haugesund Nightlife

    240 minutes

    Experience the vibrant nightlife of Haugesund, with a visit to a local bar or club. Enjoy drinks, music and good company, and soak up the lively atmosphere of this charming city.

Estimated Cost (USD)


20-40 USD per night
70-120 USD per night
50-80 USD per night


Public Bus
3-5 USD per ride
30-50 USD per ride
Bike Rental
20-40 USD per day


10-20 USD per meal
Street Food
5-10 USD per meal
Fancy Meal
40-80 USD per meal


Entrance Fee for Museums and Historical Landmarks
5-15 USD per person
Outdoor Activities (Hiking, Cycling, Kayaking)
20-50 USD per activity
City Sightseeing Tour
30-50 USD per person

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