Autorondreis Noorwegen Odin
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Autorondreis Noorwegen Odin

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Created: Monday, December 4, 2023 - Departure: Saturday, September 7, 2024
Ref ID: 7301156
Total price From 2.952 €
Created: Monday, December 4, 2023 - Departure: Saturday, September 7, 2024
Destinations: Kiel, Gothenburg, Oslo, Geilo, Laerdal, Voss, Bergen, Hirtshals

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07 Sep
Car journey 530 Kilometers - 5h 39m
Utrecht
Kiel
07 Sep
1. Kiel
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About the destination: Kiel is the capital city of the German state of Schleswig-Holstein, located at the Baltic Sea at the end of the "Kieler Förde". The shores of the bay of Kiel are dotted with busy, well-sheltered seaside resorts such as Stein, Strande, Schilksee, Schönberger Strand, Laboe and Heikendorf. The northern part has also been hosting sailing regattas for over a century and every year in June thousands of sailing enthusiasts flock here from all over the world to take part in "Kiel Week". Kiel is well-known for a variety of international sailing events, including the annual Kiel Week at the end of June which is the biggest sailing event in the world. The town hall was built between 1907 and 1911, and is overlooked by a 106 m high tower. From the upper gallery one has a view over the entire harbour, as far as the Naval memorial in Laboe.
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07 Sep
Transport from Kiel to Gothenburg
Stena Line
Stena Line - Stena Line Stena Germanica
17:45 - Kiel, Port of Kiel
09:15 - Gothenburg, Gothenburg Pier
+1 day 15h 30m Nonstop
Accommodation / Seating:2-persoons hut (Binnen, Stapelbedden)
Cabin Class: Economy
08 Sep
2. Gothenburg
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About the destination: Gothenburg is Sweden's second city and Scandinavia's largest port. Despite this, a great mix of city bustle and small town friendliness has made it famous as Sweden's friendliest city for years. In a nutshell, Gothenburg is a lively city with interesting sights and an unrivalled seaside atmosphere. Poseidon rules the city, the gigantic bronze sea god statue bares his muscles in the middle of Gotaplatsen, the city’s art centre, but his domain extends far beyond. Seafarers auction their catch weekday mornings at the Fiskekorka, meaning fish church. It is an indoor fish market which got its name from the building's resemblance to a Gothic church. Though Gothenburg is a bustling city, it can be pretty and restful, especially in the many parks. Slottsskogen has lakes, birds, and a zoo with Swedish animals. Just beyond are the famous Botanical Gardens, with collections from all around the world. Museums abound, but two are of special interest. The Röhsska Museum, the national museum of Swedish design and applied art and the Gothenburg Art Museum, housed in a magnificent building flanked by the theatre and concert hall, it features a world-class collection of Nordic art. Gothenburg's Cathedral, Domkyrkan, was built in 1815 on the ruins of two earlier churches which burnt down in 1721 and 1802. The neo-classical building is located at Vastra Hamngatan in the middle of the city centre. Gothenburg is not at all an industrial city as such but more a logistic centre. No grim environments or tall chimneys at all. Instead you have a huge amount of green areas, archipelago and loads of sport and culture. The bustle of crowds, the cosmopolitan restaurants, the cafes along the popular Avery, and the nearby western cost of Sweden make this city a humming one.
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08 Sep
Car journey 296 Kilometers - 3h 17m
Gothenburg
Oslo
08 Sep
3. Oslo
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About the destination: Oslo is vibrant and modern with eclectic architecture, edgy nightlife and world-class museums. Located between the Oslofjord and the forests, nature takes centre stage in the capital, where you can sail, ski and hike to your heart’s content just a short distance from the city centre. This is definitely a place for outdoor and wildlife lovers. As you float past luscious green islands and towering rocky outcrops, the city unfolds before your eyes - sprawling out from its compact centre around the quays to the forested flanks of the surrounding hills. Made all the more beautiful by its diversity, Oslo boasts a jumble of modern and ancient buildings that give the city an eclectic feel, with the steel-and-glass Munch Museum giving way to the old-fashioned charms of the City Museum and the craggy medieval walls of the Akershus Fortress, which glowers out over the fjord. Most visitors will find themselves struggling to choose between Oslo’s numerous museums, which offer something for almost every taste: a face-to-face with the haunting image of Edvard Munch’s The Scream at the National Gallery, a chance to stand in the shoes of an Olympic ski-jumper at the Holmenkollen Ski Museum, or a window into history and culture at the unforgettable Viking Ship, Polarship Fram or Folk Museums on Bygdøy. And Oslo is certainly the cosmopolitan heart of Norway, with a rapidly growing café and bar culture, top-notch restaurants, and nightlife options ranging from world-class opera and jazz to indie rock. The capital’s thriving restaurant scene has seen it rewarded with four Michelin stars. The Grünerløkka district is close to the Munch Museum and is teeming with bustling little pavement cafés and chic bars. A thriving, truly vibrant city, the cosmopolitan heart of Norway really does have something for everyone.
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10 Sep
Car journey 218 Kilometers - 3h 9m
Oslo
Geilo
10 Sep
4. Geilo
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About the destination: Geilo is one of the most famous mountain resorts in Norway. Due to Geilos high altitude the winter is long and stable, with lots of snow. One of the first ski areas in Norway were developed here.
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15 Sep
Car journey 135 Kilometers - 2h 14m
Geilo
Laerdal
15 Sep
5. Laerdal
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About the destination: Lærdal is a municipality in Vestland county, Norway. It is located on the south side of the Sognefjorden in the traditional district of Sogn. The administrative center of the municipality is the village of Lærdalsøyri. The old Filefjell Kongevegen road passes through Lærdal on its way to Valdres and later to Oslo. The 1,342-square-kilometre (518 sq mi) municipality is the 71st largest by area out of the 356 municipalities in Norway (with over half of this area consisting of mountains). Lærdal is the 315th most populous municipality in Norway with a population of 2,151. The municipality's population density is 1.7 inhabitants per square kilometre (4.4/sq mi) and its population has decreased by 2.2% over the last decade. The Lærdal river valley is long, running from Hemsedal (Høgeloft mountain) and the Filefjell mountains in the east to the Sognefjorden in the west. About half of the municipal residents live in the main village of Lærdalsøyri; the rest in the small villages in the surrounding valleys such as Borgund, Ljøsne, Tønjum, Erdal, Vindedalen, Frønningen, and Strendene. The Old Lærdalsøyri village has 161 protected buildings. Some of the houses there date back to the mid-18th century. On the night of 18–19 January 2014, a major fire destroyed at least 30 buildings.
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20 Sep
Car journey 102 Kilometers - 1h 30m
Laerdal
Voss
20 Sep
6. Voss
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About the destination: Voss is a municipality and a traditional district in Hordaland county, Norway. The administrative center of the municipality is the village of Vossevangen. Other villages include Bolstadøyri, Borstrondi, Evanger, Kvitheim, Mjølfjell, Oppheim, Stalheim, and Vinje.
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23 Sep
Car journey 106 Kilometers - 1h 32m
Voss
Bergen
23 Sep
7. Bergen
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About the destination: Clinging tenaciously to the hills surrounding its deeply indented fjord, Bergen’s stunning scenery and exciting cultural tradition make it unique among European cities. Once the capital of Norway, Bergen has always played a leading role in the nation’ history. Squeezed between mountains and bounded by water, the centre of town stretched between the harbour Bryggen and Torgalmenningen, the main square. Bergen’s most sensuous spot is the Torget, at the foot of the harbour, your nose will tell you what’s being sold. Here you can choose fish from open tanks and watch traders net, weight and clean the creature you’ve chosen. Looking towards the right side of the harbour you’ll see the pointed gables of Bryggen’s roofline. This row of heavy-timbered medieval buildings, typical of Hanseatic architecture, has survived half a dozen disastrous fires since its construction in the 16th century. Bryggen now features restaurants, bars and arts-and-crafts workshops. Housed in one of the best-preserved buildings, the Hanseatic Museum presents an interesting picture of commercial activity during those times. Starting from Torget or Bryggen, explore the jungle of houses on the slopes of Mount Floien. A steep hike above these houses will reward you with increasingly spectacular views of Bergen and the fjord beyond. Welcoming Bergen has numerous places for an evening beer or glass of wine. This beautiful and charming city has a dynamic cultural life and lively atmosphere and is the perfect place to explore the Sognefjord and other fantastic Norwegian fjords.
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24 Sep
Transport from Bergen to Hirtshals
Fjord Line
Fjord Line - Fjord Line
13:30 - Bergen, Hurtigruten Bergen Harbour
08:00 - Hirtshals (Harbour)
+1 day 18h 30m Nonstop
Accommodation / Seating:Airtype Economy Zitplaatsen
Cabin Class: Economy
25 Sep
8. Hirtshals
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About the destination: Hirtshals is a town and seaport on the coast of Skagerrak on the island of Vendsyssel-Thy at the top of the Jutland peninsula in northern Denmark, Europe. It is located in Hjørring municipality in Region Nordjylland. Located on the Skagerrak, it is especially known for its fishing and ferry harbours.
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25 Sep
Car journey 948 Kilometers - 9h 36m
Hirtshals
Utrecht
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