© Giovanni Tagini – Visit Norway – Funicular Fløibanen
Magnificent, unspoiled and diverse nature spread over an enormous area.
Norway isn’t just authentic, but also very modern and innovative; in terms of architecture, fashion and gastronomy and also in the field of sustainability and green energy.
That is why Oslo is a very inspiring place to organise your meeting or conference.
You have numerous beautiful design hotels, conference centres with state-of-the-art infrastructure, and the compact city centre is also an asset, where you can spend some time after the meetings. If you really want to get out into nature, you also have the Oslofjord nearby if you want to take a breath of fresh air or if you fancy a dose of adrenaline during a RIB boat tour on the fjord or want to work on team spirit with some Viking activities, arghh!
Want to go all the way into the fjords?
Bergen is a small but colourful, modern and lively city. It has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is surrounded by green mountains, blue fjords and deep, vast forests. Here you will find a mix of traditional architecture and a rich history dating back to the time of the Vikings.
From Bergen you can explore the impressive region within a short space of time. You can experience a self-drive with electric cars, go rafting or a RIB boat tour on the fjord in Gudvangen, do part of the most beautiful train route in the world in Flåm, or go on a challenging mountain bike tour in the region. For the more leisurely souls there is the option of taking a private fjord cruise or a nature walk, and you can easily take a cable car up if you don’t want to fatigue yourself. You can also discover the local gastronomy with a foodie tour or envision yourself as a real Viking during a hilarious teambuilding.
You can end this trip in an unforgettable way and organise a final dinner on one of the islands near Bergen. With a fantastic view of the sea and boats passing by, you can enjoy an excellent meal that couldn’t be fresher.