- 1 Europe
- 1.1 Helpful Posts
- 1.1.1 5 Day Road Trip Tour of Norway: Itinerary incl. the Fjords
- 1.1.2 The 5 Best European Road Trips – The Ultimate Europe Trip Planner
- 1.1.3 Iceland Road Trip from Akureyri to Reykjavik
- 1.1.4 Iceland In A Campervan – Luxury On A Budget
- 1.1.5 5 Reasons Why You Should Plan A Trip To The Arctic
- 1.1.6 Making the Most of Your Trip to Greece
- 1.1 Helpful Posts
Thinking about road tripping Norway? Not sure where to start with your road trip tour of Norway? Well, you have come to the right place. This 5 day Norwegian Itinerary including some of Norway’s most incredible fjords will have you hooked and ready to book this ultimate road trip.
Disclaimer: This road trip Norway itinerary is valid for driving during Norway’s summer months. Ferries close, as do roads, as do businesses, in Norway’s fjord country in the winter months…and the fall months…and sometimes well into spring. If your Norway holidays involve travelling outside of the summer months, check your maps apps then double check your maps apps before hitting the road!
Is there really a better way to see a place than on a road trip? We don’t think so. Pulling into each intriguing bar or restaurant, cruising through amazing scenery, finding places that are off the beaten track are just some of the reasons why road trips are so much fun, and we haven’t even spoken about the driving yet. Europe is, without a doubt, a brilliant place for a road trip. The roads are in good condition, the scenery is stunning, the cultures are warm, the beer is great, the food is better and you have endless options of where to go and places to stay. So what are you waiting for? Here is the ultimate Europe trip planner when it comes to some of the best road trips in Europe.
An Iceland road trip from Akureyri to Reykjavik is the perfect way to spend your time in this stunning country. Driving in Iceland is no mundane experience, it’s pact with relaxing hot springs, waterfalls cascading from mountain sides, and glaciers melting off into the ocean. If your timing is just right, you can even catch the northern lights dancing. We were lucky enough to experience all of this during our 8 day stopover in Iceland. Here’s the simple itinerary that we followed.
You can still immerse yourself in Iceland even if you are a budget traveller, but how exactly? Simply, see Iceland in a campervan. With your house and wheels all in one, coupled with further budget tips in this article Iceland can be visited by all, without breaking the bank.
You’re planning a vacation but all the usual hotspots are leaving you feel uninspired. You’ve been to a couple of tourist-oriented spots around the globe and they’re more or less the same thing – t-shirt shops and a handy McDonald’s. What you’re really craving is an entirely new experience, something completely different from anything you’ve done before. It’s time to plan a trip to the Arctic.