Molde, Norway

Introduction to Molde

Molde is the town of roses and jazz. See the statue of the Little Rose Seller, visit the Romsdal Outdoor Museum and Molde Church, or take a tour on the Rauma Railway, passing through breathtaking scenery before reaching the fabled Troll Mountains.

Depending on your preference, Molde is the town of roses or jazz. Sitting alongside the Romsdalfjord, the town benefits from rich, fertile soil and a mild climate and the town’s gardens - both public and private - are full of flowers, especially roses. In the market square is a statue of the Little Rose Seller.

Every July, Molde hosts a famous jazz festival, which takes over the whole town, with many of the concerts being held in the Romsdal Museum. This is one of the biggest folk museums in Norway, with over fifty historic buildings including farmhouses, smokehouses and a small chapel. On Town Street are local town houses from the pre-war period. The Fisheries Museum is also in the open air, with old houses, fishermen’s shacks, a school and even a cod-liver oil factory.

Moldemarka - a vast recreational hiking area located just north of Molde city centre - is one of the most popular attractions with locals and visitors alike. Famous for the Molde panorama - a magnificent view of over 222 mountains, lush green hills and the North Atlantic Ocean - Moldemarka has a network of easily accessible paths and is easy to climb, hike and ski all year round. 

A drive along the incredible Atlantic Road - an 8 kilometre stretch of road that links Molde and Kristiansund - is breathtaking experience, and one that's not-to-be-missed during your time here. The twisting, rising and falling road passes through beautiful rocky coastlines, over the sea and through vast hills and mountains. Featuring some unbelievable architecture and mind-blowing bridges, a drive along this amazing stretch of tarmac was once called the world’s best road trip by The Guardian.

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Atlantic Road, Molde

THE ATLANTIC OCEAN ROAD AND HÅHOLMEN

Must do tour
  • The Atlantic Ocean Road is considered to be one of the world’s most amazing road trips!
  • Take an exhilarating drive along this impressive road 
Panoramic Coach Tour
Price£70.00 - £80.00
DurationApproximately 3 Hours
LimitationLimited capacity
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking
Refreshments includedRefreshments included

This tour will take you along the spectacular Atlantic Ocean Road, a road which zigzags across bridges and rock-fills, from island to island, right beside the ocean’s edge.

Pass through Molde and across the hills to the Hustadvika – an ill-reputed stretch of coastline. Next, you reach the imposing Atlantic Ocean Road. Built across islands and skerries, and linked by eight bridges, the road workers experienced 12 hurricanes during the construction of the Atlantic Road, before it was opened in 1989. Today many people take a trip out here when storms start to rage – it is truly quite a sight when the big waves break beside and sometimes across the road.

Håholmen Havstuer was the island of Ragnar Thorseth, a well-known Norwegian adventurer. These beautiful, weather beaten acres are the last bastion against the Atlantic, having a lovely, sheltered natural harbour. A short boat ride takes you to Thorseth’s island, which is where you have the opportunity to sail in the Viking ship Kvitserk, a replica of Saga Siglar - he sailed around the world in 1984, but the original ship was destroyed in a storm off Cartagena in 1992. Learn more about his journeys, and watch a film presentation whilst enjoying refreshments. Returning to Molde you drive through the village of Eide, and continue along the Moldefjord back to the urban area before travelling back to your ship.


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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves some leisurely walking over uneven surfaces, and standing for short periods of time. There may be some steps to negotiate, to get in to and out of the boat which takes you to Håholmen Havstuer, therefore it is not suitable for wheelchair users. All guests must be able to board the coach and boat unaided. Please come suitably dressed for the short boat ride. This tour may operate in reverse order depending upon tour numbers. As you travel through a tunnel to reach the Atlantic Road, it may not be suitable for guests who suffer from claustrophobia.


Bergatt Caves, Molde, Norway

BERGTATT GROTTO

  • Visit the unique caves of Bergtatt
  • Admire the marble mines of Naas and their beautiful interior
Activity Tour
Price£80.00 - £90.00
DurationApproximately 3 Hours
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking
Free time includedFree time included

Enjoy exploring the Bergatt Opplevelser - a marble quarry which has been run by the Naas family since 1938. The miners eventually dug so deep into the mountain that they ended up with 40 kilometres of mines on 11 floors. Today the Naas family have opened the caves to visitors, allowing everyone to enjoy this unique setting.   

Arriving at the mine, you will be met by your guide at the entrance before driving in by coach. Following the road, which disappears into a large tunnel as you enter, you are suddenly engulfed by darkness, but only briefly, as a glimmer of light will appear further ahead. Suddenly the road widens out and you arrive in the first great hall which is lit by chandeliers. Their light is reflected in the clear water of the marina area.

Here you leave your coach and divide into smaller groups. One group will watch a short film about the mining operation and geography of the area whilst another group will board a large barge and, once seated comfortably, will be carried even further into the darkness across the lake. It gets a little darker before it gets lighter again; this time with four large chandeliers sparkling and lighting up the marbled walls. Having been charmed by the beauty and vastness, you will return and the groups will swap. During your visit you can also enjoy some free time to capture photos of this cavernous, chandelier-lit hall.

THIS TOUR IS DESCRIPTION IS CORRECT FOR 2016 NORWAY CRUISES 

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? Due to the nature of this tour, it is not recommended for guests who suffer from claustrophobia or a fear of the dark – the tunnels which are brightly lit are nine metres high and 14 to 30 metres wide. You will be underground for up to one and 45 minutes.  There is walking involved of approximately 25 metres, over concrete and gravel. Please ensure you wear suitable footwear with a good grip as the terrain can be wet and slippery. The barge is boarded via a flat ramp. Please dress warmly – the temperature in the grotto is a constant six degrees celsius. For your information, the short film is shown in a heated area of approximately 20 degrees. The boat ride last approximately 15 minutes and life jackets are available. The time in the grotto is split between free time, watching the short film and taking the barge ride.


Molde, Norway

DOWNHILL CYCLING

  • Embark on a bike ride to admire the Norwegian scenery
  • Enjoy spectacular views from the Varden Viewpoint
Activity Tour
Price£90.00 - £110.00
DurationApproximately 3 Hours
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking

Molde has a great network of small roads and trails that can take you deep into the Norwegian countryside; admire the small lakes and calm forests on this cycling tour.

Travelling from the quayside by minibus, you will soon arrive at the Varden Viewpoint, loacted 1,300 feet above the town of Molde. Here you enjoy a photo stop to savour some amazing vistas of the fjord and Romsdal Mountains. Nestled below you is Molde and you‘ll be able to see your ship at the pier (weather permitting). You will then embark on a bike ride all the way back to the quayside taking in the beautiful Norwegian scenery as you cycle. A unique opportunity to discover some of the most stunning landscapes as you travel along the Norwegian roads.

TOUR DESCRIPTION IS CORRECT FOR 2016 NORWAY CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? You will spend approximately two hours on your bike, so participants need to be active and have the ability to ride a bicycle with gears. Be aware that the terrain you cover by bike will be mainly downhill and the road can be steep in some parts. A safety car will follow the group at all times. Cycle helmets will be provided. Sensible shoes are necessary and a jacket is also advisable. You may wish to bring a bottle of water with you (please bring a rucksack if required). The minimum age for participation is 15 years old and they must be accompanied by a paying adult.

 


Hiking in the Varden

HIKING IN THE VARDEN

  • Enjoy an approximate three mile hike admiring the beautiful Norwegian landscapes
  • Gain a glimpse into the past at the Romsdal Outdoor Museum
Activity Tour
Price£40.00 - £55.00
DurationApproximately 3.5 Hours
Walking level 3 - extensive walkingExtensive walking
Refreshments includedRefreshments included

Indulge in a hike from the Varden Viewpoint, an area which offers spectacular views and breath-taking scenery of the fjord landscapes surrounding the city of Molde. During this tour you will also visit the impressive Romsdal Outdoor Museum.

Your tour begins with a coach drive through Molde, for a short sightseeing of the city, before reaching the Varden Viewpoint. Upon arrival, you will be able to enjoy the scenic vistas of Romsdalfjord, with its many small islands and countless snow-capped peaks that dominate the area. From here, your hiking adventure begins as you head towards Storli Lodge. This first part of the walk is on the old Varden road, which is now a hiking path. Continuing you walk through woodlands on a walk downhill to the Malis Kafé, where you can relax with a drink and experience the local speciality – svele - a type of pancake. A short walk will take you to the Romsdal Outdoor Museum. Here you can enjoy a short introductory tour before visiting two of the typical farmhouses that have been gathered from the counties of Molde and Romsdal. Behind the Museum lies Reknes Park; take a walk through, before passing the House of Culture and continuing through the city centre and back to the pier, where your hike ends. 

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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This is a walking tour using a hiking path which is mostly downhill, however, there is some uphill climbing over over loose gravel and protruding tree routes. The walk to the Outdoor Museum will take approximately one hour and there will be approximately three miles covered, over mainly even dirt paths. Unfortunately it is not considered suitable for guests with limited mobility or wheelchair users. Good walking shoes or boots are recommended. Please wear suitable clothing – preferably layers (including a waterproof and windproof jacket) that you can add or remove as necessary.


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INTRODUCTION TO MOLDE (TOUR AW)

  • Discover the highlights which Molde offers
  • The Romsdal Outdoor Museum has been visited for over 100 years
  • Visit the richly decorated gothic cathedral
Panoramic Coach Tour
Price£45.00 - £55.00
DurationApproximately 3 Hours
LimitationLimited capacity
Walking level 2 - moderate walkingModerate walking

Pass through the town of Molde while your guide tells you the history of the town. See Molde Cathedral and the tower which, in the summer months, is surrounded by a garden of roses and other flowers on the terraced hillside.

The Romsdal Outdoor Museum is one of the largest provincial museums in Norway - established in 1912; it has buildings from the whole region. It comprises over 40 buildings and illustrates the development of this community from the Viking era through to the end of the 19th century.

Next, visit Molde Cathedral; consecrated in 1957 and is the third church to be built on the site - the first two were razed to the ground, but an old wooden cross and Axel Ender's Easter Morning altarpiece were rescued from the flames. A 50 metre high freestanding bell tower is topped with a copper clad pyramid and the interior of the church contains some beautiful stained glass.

Continue to Skaret; a popular area for winter sports, passing by ski jumps and alpine cross country skiing areas.

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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves a moderate amount of walking – at the Cathedral and at the outdoor Museum where there are gravelled paths as well as grass and uneven, possibly snowy ground. You will be at the outdoor Museum for approximately one hour and there are steps into some of the houses. The stop at the Cathedral will be brief and participants may remain on the coach here if they wish. We do not recommend the tour for guests with limited mobility or wheelchair users. The places of interest may be visited in a different order than that described and the visit to the Cathedral is subject to no religious service taking place.


Romsdal Museum, Molde, Norway

SCENIC MOLDE

  • Visit Molde – the fjord town of jazz, football and roses
  • Explore the Romsdal Museum, one of the most comprehensive folk museums in Norway
  • Enjoy a folk dance performance
Panoramic Coach Tour
Price£40.00 - £50.00
DurationApproximately 3 Hours
LimitationLimited capacity
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking

On this tour discover the town of Molde and enjoy a visit to the Romsdal Outdoor Museum.

Passing through the town of Molde, your guide will inform you about the history of the town. During your drive, you can admire Molde Cathedral and the tower surrounded by a garden of roses, amongst other flowers on the terraced hillside. The Romsdal Outdoor Museum is one of the largest provincial museums in Norway. It comprises over 40 buildings and illustrates the development of this community, from the Viking era through to the end of the 19th century. Here you can enjoy a folk dance performed by locals in their colourful national costumes.

Rejoining your coach you travel to the Varden Viewpoint, approximately 1,300 feet above the town of Molde. Here you can enjoy a photo stop to admire the panoramic views of the fjord and Romsdal Mountains. Nestled below you is the town, and weather-permitting you should be able to spot your ship docked alongside the pier.

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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves limited walking – however at the Outdoor Museum there are gravelled paths as well as grass and uneven ground. As this is the major feature of the tour, we would not recommend the tour to guests with limited mobility or wheelchair users.


Tobogganing, Molde

SNOW SHOE HIKE AND TOBOGGANING (TOUR DW)

  • The thrill of a toboggan ride will take you back to your childhood
  • Take part in an exciting, downhill run at the winter resort of Tusten
  • Enjoy the exhilaration and the spectacular scenery of the fjords and the sea
Activity Tour
Price£175.00 - £185.00
DurationApproximately 4 Hours
LimitationLimited capacity
Walking level 3 - extensive walkingExtensive walking
Refreshments includedRefreshments included

Observe the winter surroundings of Tusten as you take the ski-lift up, finishing with a toboggan ride down the tree lined slope - an exciting experience to remember.

A short drive (approximately 10 minutes) will take you from Molde to Tusten, accompanied by your winter sports instructor. On arrival you will be given full instructions and a safety briefing for the sled ride. You will don your safety helmet, board the ski lift and set off.

Your downhill adventure will begin! The route is wide and well groomed, so you will enjoy the 1100 metre run down. You may complete the run as many times as you wish, before relaxing with a cup of coffee or hot chocolate. With fun-filled memories, but maybe a little exhausted, you will then return by coach to your awaiting ship.

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Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? Before booking this tour, please ensure that your travel insurance will cover you for taking part. Participants are required to sign an insurance waiver prior to the tour. Guests participating in this tour will need to have good functionality in both arms and legs to be able to steer the sled and hold on to the ski lift. You will be in control of your own sled on the downhill descent. Waterproof jacket and trousers, boots for walking in the snow, warm underclothes, ski gloves and a warm hat are essential. Sled, helmets and sledding gloves are provided and each participant will receive their own toboggan for the ride down – for information, the toboggans are plastic.


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THE ATLANTIC OCEAN ROAD & HAHOLMEN (TOUR BW)

  • The Atlantic Ocean Road is considered to be one of the world’s most amazing road trips!
  • Take an exhilarating drive along this impressive road
Activity Tour
Price£75.00 - £85.00
DurationApproximately 4 ½ hours
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking
Refreshments includedRefreshments included

This tour will take you along the spectacular Atlantic Ocean Road, a road which zigzags across bridges and rock-fills, from island to island, right beside the ocean’s edge.

Pass through Molde and across the hills to the Hustadvika – an ill-reputed stretch of coastline. Next, you reach the imposing Atlantic Ocean Road. Built across islands and skerries, and linked by eight bridges, the road workers experienced 12 hurricanes during the construction of the Atlantic Road, before it was opened in 1989. Today many people take a trip out here when storms start to rage – it is truly quite a sight when the big waves break beside and sometimes across the road.

Håholmen Havstuer was the island of Ragnar Thorseth, a well-known Norwegian adventurer. These beautiful, weather beaten acres are the last bastion against the Atlantic, having a lovely, sheltered natural harbour. A short boat ride takes you to Thorseth’s island, which is where you have the opportunity to see the Viking ship Kvitserk, a replica of Saga Siglar - he sailed around the world in 1984, but the original ship was destroyed in a storm off Cartagena in 1992. Learn more about his journeys, and watch a film presentation whilst enjoying refreshments.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2017 NORWAY WINTER CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This tour involves some leisurely walking over uneven surfaces, and standing for short periods of time. There may be some steps to negotiate, to get in to and out of the small boat which takes you to Håholmen Havstuer, therefore it is not suitable for wheelchair users. All guests must be able to board the coach and boat unaided. Please come suitably dressed for the short boat ride. This tour may operate in reverse order depending upon tour numbers. As you travel through a tunnel to reach the Atlantic Road, it may not be suitable for guests who suffer from claustrophobia.


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THE TROLL MOUNTAINS AND RAUMA RAILWAY (TOUR CW)

  • Pass through breathtaking snowy scenery and see the fabled Troll Mountains
  • A journey on the Rauma Railway gives a unique opportunity to experience some of the most spectacular scenery Norway has to offer
  • It runs through the Romsdalen Valley - long and narrow with majestic towering mountains on either side
Train Tour
Price£155.00 - £165.00
DurationApproximately 7.5 Hours
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking
Snack includedSnack included

You will start your tour by coach and pass through the town of Molde and its surroundings, passing Veøy with its proud Viking history, before crossing the Langfjord by ferry. Proceeding along the Isfjord you will reach the small town of Åndalsnes, at the beginning of the Romsdalen Valley. Along the valley floor, in a wild and beautiful setting, runs the salmon river, Rauma, which you will travel alongside. You will stop for a photograph of the magnificent Troll Mountains.

The Troll Mountains are so called because of their shapes and are very dramatic. At 1,000 metres, Trollveggen is Europe's tallest vertical, overhanging rock face. Scandinavian rock climbing started in the Romsdal Alps, which boast some of the world's most difficult climbs. On the opposite side of the valley, the Romsdalshorn peak towers to a height of 1,555 metres.

Arriving at Bjorli, a popular winter resort, you will board the Rauma Railway. The railway line opened in 1924, after more than 40 years of planning and it took ten years to build. It is a feat of engineering, with winding tunnels of up to 180 degrees. Cross 32 bridges, including the impressive Kylling Bridge which spans the River Rauma. You will be taken back, through the Romsdalen Valley, to Åndalsnes – this time seeing it from a different angle.

Rejoining your coach you will drive along the Romsdalsfjord to Vestnes for a short ferry crossing back to Molde and your awaiting ship.

This tour has limited capacity; and will be sold on a first come, first served basis. We understand that this tour may be one of the highlights of your cruise, but please appreciate that once the capacity has been reached it will be very difficult for us to secure further train tickets – your understanding with this matter will be greatly appreciated.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2017 NORWAY WINTER CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

This tour has limited capacity; and will be sold on a first come, first served basis. We understand that this tour may be one of the highlights of your cruise, but please appreciate that once the capacity has been reached it will be very difficult for us to secure further train tickets – your understanding with this matter will be greatly appreciated.

 

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This is a scenic tour by road and rail with a little walking at the photo stops and lunch venue, plus embarking and disembarking the train – there are four steps. All participants must be able to board the coach and train unaided. Please note that the train journey will last between 45 to 55 minutes, the rest of the tour will be completed by coach. There will be snowy ground at Bjorli so please ensure suitable footwear is worn. Please note that, due to the schedule of the train, the lunch stop may be early. The tour may operate in reverse order.


Bergatt Caves, Molde, Norway

TOUR FWX - ATLANTIC OCEAN ROAD & BERGTATT CAVES

  • Take an exhilarating drive along the impressive Atlantic Ocean Road
  • Visit the coolest caves in Norway!
  • Admire the Naas marble mines and their unique interior
  • Travel in mystical light across a crystal clear, underground lake
Price£120.00 - £130.00
DurationApproximately 5 hours
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking
Refreshments includedRefreshments included
Free time includedFree time included

This tour will take you along the spectacular Atlantic Ocean Road, a road which zigzags across bridges and rock-fills, from island to island, right beside the ocean’s edge to the stunning Bergatt caves where you can discover a unique underground world.

 

Pass through Molde and across the hills to the Hustadvika – before you reach the imposing Atlantic Ocean Road. Built across islands and skerries, and linked by eight bridges, the road workers experienced 12 hurricanes during the construction of the Atlantic Road, before it was opened in 1989. Today many people take a trip out here when storms start to rage – it is truly quite a sight when the big waves break, beside and sometimes across, the road.

 

You will drive through the village of Eide and arrive to Bergatt Opplevelser - a marble quarry which has been run by the Naas family since 1938. The miners eventually dug so deep into the mountain that they ended up with 40 kilometres of mines on 11 levels. Today the Naas family have opened the caves to visitors, allowing everyone to enjoy this unique setting.

Arriving at the mine, you will be met by your guide at the entrance before driving in by coach. Following the road, which disappears into a large tunnel as you enter, you are suddenly engulfed by darkness, but only briefly, as a glimmer of light will appear further ahead. Suddenly the road widens out and you arrive in the first great hall which is lit by chandeliers. Their light is reflected in the clear waters of the underground lake.

 

Here you leave your coach and divide into smaller groups. One group will watch a short film about the mining operation and geography of the area whilst another group will board a large barge and, once seated comfortably, will be carried even further into the darkness across the lake. It gets a little darker before it gets lighter again; this time with four large chandeliers sparkling and lighting up the marbled walls. Having been charmed by the beauty and vastness, you will return and the groups will swap. During your visit you can also enjoy some free time to capture photos of this cavernous, chandelier-lit hall and a delicious warm soup will be served.

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2017 NORWAY WINTER CRUISES

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? Due to the nature of this tour, it is not recommended for guests who suffer from claustrophobia or a fear of the dark – the tunnels which are brightly lit are nine metres high and 14 to 30 metres wide. You will be underground for up to one hour and 45 minutes. There is walking involved of approximately 25 metres, over concrete and gravel. Please ensure you wear suitable footwear with a good grip as the terrain can be wet and slippery. The barge is boarded via a flat ramp. Please dress warmly – the temperature in the grotto is a constant six degrees Celsius. For your information, the short film and the soup will be in a heated area of approximately 20 degrees Celsius. The boat ride will last for approximately 15 minutes and life jackets are available. The time in the grotto is split between free time, watching the short film and taking the barge ride. This tour may operate in reverse order depending upon tour numbers.


Rauma Railway, Molde, Norway

TROLL MOUNTAINS & RAUMA RAILWAY

  • A journey on the Rauma Railway allows you to experience some of the most spectacular vistas Norway has to offer
  • Marvel at the Romsdalen Valley – a beautiful area with majestic towering mountains on either side
  • Travel through breath-taking scenery to admire the fabled Troll Mountains
Train Tour
Price£130.00 - £120.00
DurationApproximately 8 Hours
LimitationLimited capacity
Walking level 1 - minimal or no walkingMinimal or no walking
Snack includedSnack included

Enjoy the unique opportunity to travel on one of Norway’s most spectacular railway lines, the Rauma Railway.

You will start your tour by coach and pass through the town of Molde and its surroundings, and Veøy with its proud Viking history, before crossing the Langfjord by ferry. Proceeding along the Isfjord, you will reach the small town of Åndalsnes, at the beginning of the Romsdalen Valley. Along the valley floor, in a wild and beautiful setting, runs the salmon river Rauma, which you will travel alongside. Pause for a photograph of the magnificent Troll Mountains.

The Troll Mountains are so called because of their shapes, and are very dramatic. At 1,000 metres, Trollveggen is Europe's tallest vertical, overhanging rock face. Scandinavian rock climbing started in the Romsdal Alps, which boast some of the world's most difficult climbs. On the opposite side of the valley, the Romsdalshorn peak towers to a height of 1,555 metres.

During your journey you will cross 32 bridges, including the impressive Kylling Bridge which spans the Rauma River. You will then be taken back, through the Romsdalen Valley, to Åndalsnes – this time seeing it from a different angle. Rejoining your coach, you will drive along the Romsdalsfjord to Vestnes for a short ferry crossing back to Molde and your awaiting ship.   

DESCRIPTION CORRECT FOR 2016 NORWAY SEASON

Is this tour right for you?

IS THIS TOUR RIGHT FOR YOU? This is a scenic tour by road and rail with a little walking at the photo stops and lunch venue. Guests will need to embark and disembark the train – where there are approximately four steps to negotiate. All participants must be able to board the coach and train unaided. This tour has limited capacity; and will be sold on a first come, first served basis and we have very limited number of tickets available. We understand that this tour may be one of the highlights of your cruise, but please appreciate that once the capacity has been reached it will be very difficult for us to secure further train tickets – your understanding with this matter will be greatly appreciated. The tour might run on the reverse way. Please note that the train journey will last between 45 -55 minutes, the rest of the tour will be completed by coach.


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