Best Norway Tours for Seniors

Best Norway Tours for Seniors

Top Norway Itineraries for Seniors

Top Norway Itineraries for Seniors

An individual approach to every client is what makes any trip with Firebird an unforgettable experience. We understand that a lot of different factors must be taken into consideration during the planning of the perfect Norway getaway. Traveler's age is not an exception indeed. Find our best Norway tours for seniors below. Each of these packages is the ideal introduction to the main treasures of the region. During your trip to Norway, you will wander through cobblestone streets of colorful towns, take in the beauty of jaw-dropping sceneries, and delve into one-of-a-kind Scandinavian atmosphere. Apart from eventful sightseeing programs with local professionals, our carefully picked packages come with high-class accommodation options, safe connections as well as excellent service. We aim to provide you an amazing opportunity to enjoy your journey in full comfort.

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Norway Vacation Packages for Seniors

Have an unforgettable experience in Norway, full of legendary fjord views, Northern Lights hunting, and world-famous Scandinavian cuisine. Our Norway tours for seniors are planned by destination specialists and include rich sightseeing with knowledgeable guides, centrally located hotels, and smooth logistics. Dive into Viking Heritage, admire picturesque natural landscapes, explore modern cities, set on a Norwegian cruise, and hunt Northern Lights on your tour to Norway. Get inspired by our list below of the best restaurant in Norway you would enjoy!

The Best Restaurants in Norway

  • Bare Restaurant, Bergen, Torgallmenningen 2
  • Re-naa, Stavanger, Nordbøgata 8
  • Maaemo, Oslo, Dronning Eufemias gate 23
  • Statholdergaarden, Oslo, Rådhusgata 11
  • A visit to the National Museum of China
  • Restaurant Kontrast, Oslo, Maridalsveien 15a
  • Ægir Brewpub, Flam, A-Feltvegen 23
 

Tips for Eating in Norway

  • Tipping in Norway is not customary, but it's a nice gesture. Feel free to tip from 10 to 100 NOK
  • Norwegians usually eat lunch at 12 p.m. and dinner around 5-6 p.m.
  • Once you finish eating, place your utensils across a plate with the prongs facing down and the handles facing to the right
  • Most of the food in Norway is eaten with utensils, including sandwiches
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