Every year, in the short season from July to September, over 20,000 cyclists travel the ‘Rallarvegen’ route from the mountains to the Fjords of Norway, passing glaciars and fresh water lakes as well as boutique hotels and gourmet restaurants… If you are looking for an active holiday this cycling route is well worth considering.
Hotels doesn’t come more beautiful than the Walaker Hotel. Hidden away in the deep fjords of Norway this historical boutique hotel offers guests a unique experience with unparalleled views.
It used to be a run down farm, situated deep in the Norwegian Fjords, with no running water or electricity. Today, Haaheim Gard has been restored to its former glory and is part of De Historiske as one of Norway’s finest boutique hotels.
In our series of posts on special places to stay in Norway we would like to share perhaps Norway’s most stunning design hotel, Juvet Landscape Hotel. The hotel is build as part of an old Norwegian farm as a great example on how modern architecture can go hand in hand with heritage sites.
As part of a series of posts on special places to stay in Norway we want to draw your attention to the unique Herangtunet Boutique Hotel, a family-run design hotel in a lodge style, surrounded by forest and lakes, on the footsteps of some of the tallest mountain areas in Norway, Jotunheimen.
© Visit Bergen / Photographer Per Nybø Because Bergen has a lot more to offer than exploring the famous Hanseatic wharf ‘Bryggen’, admire the view from Mount Floyen, visiting Edvard Grieg’s home Troldhaugen, see ‘The Scream’ by Edvard Munch and visit the buzzing Bergen Fish Market.