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Paid for contentAndrew’s Adventures offers the best of Norway

Andrew’s Adventures welcomes you on board.

SOME spaces are still available for a stress-free holiday by coach and air to see Norway’s spectacular fjords and mountains.

Local long established tour operator Andrew’s Adventures will be setting off from Aberdeen on 27 June for this “true Norwegian classic”.

The company said that this year’s Norwegian Adventure has been designed drawing on their experience of operating tours to Scandinavia since 1985 to see as much as possible and maximise time in Norway.

Leaving Aberdeen on Thursday 27 June, the coach tour will travel via Holland, Germany and Denmark to reach Norway and returning to Aberdeen by plane from Bergen on Tuesday 9 July.

Highlights to include:

  • Alesund,
  • Atlantic road,
    Storeseisund bridge
  • Undersea tunnels,
  • Trollstigen Mountain Road,
  • Glacier Museum,
  • Stalheim Hotel and Folk Museum
  • and the sights of Bergen.

Andrew’s Adventures assures that overnight accommodation will be in fabulous hotels with guests enjoying the best of fjords and mountains.

Price form Aberdeen is £2,280 per person sharing a room, or an extra £250 for a single room.

Full details and a booking form for the above holiday is available by emailing or calling 01595 840 292.

Please also follow Andrew’s Adventure on Facebook or email above to be added to the company’s mailing list for future adventures.


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