JUNE 5 – 15, 2025

Transportation to Chicago. 

Welcome to Oslo! At 6 pm, meet your Tour Director and travel companions for a welcome dinner at your hotel. (D) 

Day 3: (SAT) 7 JUN – OSLO
Outdoor Art in Oslo. OSLO Guided sightseeing includes a walk through Frogner Park and a visit to City Hall. TOUR HIGHLIGHT: ART & ARCHITECTURE Frogner Park contains over 200 sculptures in granite, bronze, and wrought iron, along with fountains and bridges comprising the life’s work of legendary sculptor Guztav Vigeland. Visit the stately Oslo City Hall, with its red-brick architecture, soaring towers, and 49 bells. Here, the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony takes place each year. (B) 

Historic Norwegian Heroes HEDDAL Visit the Stave Church. Scenic drive through Rjukan Valley via Lake Tinnsjø. VEMORK Take a guided visit of the museum. TOUR HIGHLIGHT: HISTORIC SPOT Explore the fascinating history of Vemork’s Norwegian Industrial Workers Museum to learn about the historic role the once largest power station in the world played in thwarting Hitler and the Nazi regime during World War II. (B,D) 

Sweet Fruits & Sea Fishing LÅTEFOSS Photo stop at the waterfalls. HARDANGERFJORD Ferry crossing followed by an apple juice and cider tasting, with lunch at a local fruit farm. BERGEN Orientation drive includes Bryggen, the Hanseatic Wharf, the harbor, and the Fish Market. LOCAL FAVORITE: LOCAL TASTES In Norway’s heavenly Hardangerfjord generations of fruit farmers continue their family’s tradition, producing the sweetest fruits someone could ever flavor. Taste home-made apple juice and cider and enjoy lunch amid breath-taking views. (B,L) 

Historic Harbors BERGEN Spend free time this morning in the harbor town. VOSS Enjoy leisure time. TOUR HIGHLIGHT: PICTURE PERFECT Beautiful Bergen paints the shoreline with different hues of its wooden houses along the old wharf on Norway’s southwestern coast. Often called the “Fjord Capital of Norway,” Bergen will charm you with its quaint charisma and the breathtaking natural wonder between the seven mountains. (B,D) 

King of the Fjords SOGNEFJORD & NÆRØYFJORD Take a scenic cruise. FJAERLAND Visit the Norwegian Glacier Museum. JOSTEDAL GLACIER Stop for photos. TOUR HIGHLIGHT: NATURAL WONDERS The Sognefjord, Norway’s longest and deepest fjord, is surrounded by exceptional natural beauty. Cruise onto the wild and wonderful waters of the Naeroyfjord, carved deep amid spectacular views of sheer, snow-topped mountains, waterfalls, and idyllic farms clinging to the mountainsides above one of the most dramatic fjords in Europe. (B,D) 

Day 8: (THU) 12 JUN– LOEN
Skyway to Heaven LOEN Take the breathtaking Skylift ride. Free time atop Mount Hoven summit. LOCAL FAVORITE: EPIC RIDESoar 3,000 feet to the summit of Mount Hoven on the aerial tramway above the Nordfjord shores. Take in the heavenly panoramic view of Mt. Skåla and Lake Lovatnet to the east, Jostedalsbreen Glacier and Olden Village to the south, and the winding course of the stunning Nordfjord below. Heavenly! (B,D) 

Feasts for the Eyes GEIRANGERFJORD Take a scenic cruise on the fjord DALSNIBBA Take in the panoramic view from Geiranger Skywalk, Mount Dalsnibba’s platform above the fjord. LOM Photo stop before continuing to Lillehammer. TOUR HIGHLIGHT: PICTURE PERFECT Experience Europe’s highest fjord view from the lofty heights of Geiranger Skywalk, 4500 feet above sea level. Ascend to the breathtaking viewpoint of Dalsnibba for an eagle-eye view of Norway’s spectacular mountain landscapes and sky. (B,D) 

Norwegian Treasures LILLEHAMMER Photo stop at the Olympic ski jump where the winter games were hosted in 1994. Take a guided walking tour of the Maihaugen Open-Air Museum. Enjoy a scenic drive en route to Oslo along Lake Mjøsa to Eidsvoll. Join a farewell dinner tonight at your hotel. TOUR HIGHLIGHT: CULTURE & TRADITION In the idyllic open-air museum of Maihaugen, more than 200 historic houses from as far back as the 13th century take you back to traditional life in Norway, including the Garmo stave church from the 1200s and the childhood home of Queen Sonja of Norway. (B,D) 

Day 11: (SUN) 15 JUN –OSLO
Safe travels until we meet again! Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning. (B)


Double Occupancy $7995.00 per person. Due at Booking $1995.00 per person. $3000.00 pp 7/30/24, $3000.00 pp 10/28/24. 

Single Occupancy $8995.00 per person. Due at Booking $1995.00 per person. $3500.00 pp 7/30/24, $3500.00 pp 10/28/24. 

Price includes: Round Trip Airfare from Chicago (luggage fees if any not included), round trip transfers to Chicago and accommodations as specified in the itinerary, sightseeing and services of a professional driver/guide plus PRE PAID gratuities for them as well as Timi's Tours representatives. (Timi's Tours motorcoach transfer drivers and Globus guides gratuities on tours are not included) 

Airfare is subject to change. Should an increase occur the difference is the responsibility of the traveler and will be billed through Timi's Tours. 

Travel protection insurance is strongly recommended for each traveler; please call Timi's Tours office for a quote. (Medicare does not cover expenses outside the United States) 


Oslo – Thon Europa or similar
Telemark – Rauland Hogfjellshotel or similar
Bergen - Scandic Ornen or similar Stalheim - Stalheim Hotel or similar
Loen – Hotel Alexandra or similar Lillehammer – Scandicl Lillehammer or similar Oslo - Scandic St.
Olavs Plass or similar

**Please note: Hotels mentioned are not being held. Properties listed are indicative only. While Globus will make every attempt to secure the named hotels, the group may be accommodated in one of our Globus standard hotels which may not be the same as mentioned. 

Dates and itineraries are subject to change. 


Cancellation for any reason within 220 days of this tour including airfare, including the duration of the trip, is NON-REFUNDABLE. Cancellation must be made in writing, postmarked at least 220 days (whichever applies) prior to departure, and you must receive confirmation from Timi’s Tours that your cancellation has been accepted. Traveler is responsible to fill their vacancy or forfeit their monies. There are some trips that have special policies over and above this and they will not be awarded a full refund due to pre-trip expenses. Cancellations up to 220 days can take up to four (4) months to process. There will be a 4% processing fee assessed against any refund. Should the traveler wish to hold the refund as a trip credit to be used at a later date with Timi’s Tours, the 4% fee will be waived and the trip credit will not expire once held. When a trip is rescheduled by Timi’s Tours due to unforeseen circumstances, Traveler may choose to maintain rescheduled reservation or to receive trip credit. In the event that you do not want to travel in certain weather conditions, natural disasters, or any other reason, but we do not cancel the trip, you may choose not to go but unfortunately due to cost, we will not be able to refund your money. In the rare event that we cancel a trip due to reasons beyond our control, it is our policy to attempt to reschedule or postpone that trip. If rescheduling is not possible, in some but not all instances we may, at our discretion, offer trip credit in the amount you paid to be used towards future travel with us. 

Please read our entire policy on our website at www.timistours.com 

Cancellation fees may also apply to any additional services, including accommodations, independently supplied services and optional excursions, reserved prior to, during and after the tour. 

PLEASE NOTE: On trip and emergency contact information is due per person by Final Payment (10/28/2024) 

Travel documents will not be made available until on trip and emergency contacts are provided for each passenger. Please contact Timi's Tours with your emergency contact information. Full passport information is required for all international vacations. Failure to provide full passport information will result in delayed documents.