Land of the Northern Lights
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With its 60 miles of tree-lined canals, countless gabled 17th and 18th century townhouses and thousands of bicycles, Holland's historic capital will delight you. Visit some of the superb art galleries and famous museums including the Rijksmuseum and Vincent Van Gogh Museum. In springtime take a tour to the spectacular bulbfields.
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The village of Olden is situated at the end of the innermost arm of the mighty Nordfjord. Steep mountains tower on both sides of the valley, making the village of Olden one of the most charming and idyllic in Western Norway with the opportunity to visit the Briksdal Glacier.
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Alta lies on the northern Arctic coast of Finnmark, in the heart of Norwegian Lapland. The world's first Northern Light observatory was built here at the end of the nineteenth century and has earned Alta the name The Town of the Northern Lights. In winter, try dog sledging or go on a snow mobile safari, and see the protected rock carvings at Hjemmeluft which date back 2,000 to 6,200 years.
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Visiting the North Cape, virtually Europe’s northernmost point, and standing in broad daylight at midnight looking out over the Arctic Ocean is one of the world’s memorable experiences. If you are lucky enough to see the Midnight Sun, it could be unforgettable.
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Standing on an island in a narrow sound, hemmed in by soaring mountains, Tromso offers a majestic setting for the Northern Lights Observatory, Polaria, a fascinating polar adventure and exhibition centre, and also museums dedicated to geology, zoology and Lapland life.
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Andalsnes, situated south east of Molde, is at the head of the Romsdalsfjord. Dominated by the Andalsnes Mountain, the town lies in a pretty valley between the spectacular mountain and the tranquil waters of the fjord. It is a gateway to some magnificent Norwegian scenery including the Trolls Path, one of Europe's most amazing roads with its eleven hairpin bends.
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The second city of Norway and this delightful old Hanseatic port, with its beautifully restored wooden warehouses, colourful fish and flower market, makes a perfect contrast to the high peaks, waterfalls and small village communities of the fjords.
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|Tue 10 Oct 2017||From £999pp|
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