Alesund Tours
Alesund-Molde-Atlantic Road Round trip

Alesund-Molde-Atlantic Road Round trip

By Uniktur tour operator in Norway
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Ages 0-120
Duration: 8h 30m
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Live guide: Russian, English
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  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Bottled water
  • Clever guide
  • Lunch
  • Entry/Admission - Atlantic Road
  • Entry/Admission - Varden the Molde Panorama
What's not included
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Entry/Admission - Bud


Start:
  • Ålesund, Norway
    We meet our guests in Alesund on an agreement
End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

    • Wheelchair accessible
    • Pushchair accessible
    • Service animals allowed
    • Near public transportation
    • Infant seats available
    • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
    If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 72123P11

    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
    • Most travellers can participate
    • This experience requires good weather. If it’s cancelled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
    • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

    • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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    About the operator
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    • Uniktur tour operator in Norway
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      Alesund, Norway
      Joined in January 2019
    • OCDalGal
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Charming Ålesund
      Ålesund is a charming town. Very easy to stroll from the cruise ship terminal with picturesque colorful buildings and a lovely petite harbor wharf. Many picture-worthy settings and patio cafes. We preferred just wandering and enjoying the scenic benches. Drinks and pizzas at Anno were very good.
      Written 29 May 2024
    • LeBertMcBert
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Lovely way to spend a couple of hours in Haugesund.
      We done the short trip. Up to the sheep farm, held the lambs, one of which suckled on my finger. Farmer gave us a very informative talk and his wife gave us coffee/tea and apple pie. Back down to see the beautiful horse artwork in the sea, then up to the statue and probable resting place of the great Norwegian king. All in all a great little tour. Great driving and a very informative guide. Would recommend for any age group as long as you can do a little 15 minute walk on a sometimes rocky path.
      Written 11 May 2024
    • gypsymike2016
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Wonderful and fun winter adventures in Longyearbyen, Norway
      This was my second visit here, but first time in the winter season. I wanted to experience the 24-hour darkness period, hopefully see the Aurora Borealis, visit the only brewery in the Arctic and go dog sledding. I had two 1/2 days to accomplish these goals. Upon stepping outside the terminal I was greeted by a blast of wind (-17.5 Celsius/ -27.5 Celsius wind chill). Good thing I wore the right cold weather gear! It was 1400 and pitched black out. I quickly found the shuttle bus that would take me to the Svalbard Hotell-Polfareren. I stayed here before and knew I would be treated warmly and friendly. The Svalbard Hotell-Polfareren provides a delicious breakfast to help start your day. The hotel is next door to the Tourist Center where I was able to book my Arctic dog sledding with Basecamp Explorer and a tour of the Svalbard Bryggeri (Brewery) and sample some of their beers. I would have to depend on Mother Nature on whether or not I'd see the Aurora Borealis. Basecamp Explorer picked up me and six others from our hotel the morning of dog sledding adventure and drove us first to their office. There we were fitted with snowmobile suits, hat, mittens and boots, a baclava, a half facemask, a headlamp and goggles. They ensured we would be warm. After going over the initial safety briefing we all got back into the van and were driven to the dog camp. We got to meet the sled dogs (around 70 of them); shown how to harness them (which we did); how to drive the sled and use the two brake systems. There were a total of five sleds going out on this ride and each of us would get the chance to "drive" the sled and dog team. We started sliding out the camp gate down the hill into the valley we'd be sledding around. It was a blast - riding as a passenger and more so driving. It was dark, but you could see the outline of the mountains letting us know the sun was out there way south of where we were. The dogs thoroughly enjoyed carrying us across the snow packed valley and we had to lightly apply the "light" brake to slow them down so the sled wouldn't surge past them! At the end of the 10 Kilometer ride we arrived back to the camp; unharnessed the dogs and returned them to their respected dog houses. Then we got a special treat of meeting around two dozen dog sled puppies in their pen. It was utter bedlam as the puppies jumped all over us trying to greet us, chew on anything dangling, and have total fun. Afterwards, we were driven back to the office to return all the gear, put our own gear back on and returned to the hotel. This is definitely another adventure I'd do again. For beer lovers and those who want to learn about some neat recent Longyearbyen history visiting the Svalbard Bryggeri is worthwhile. You learn how this brewery came into being (basically getting Norway to change the law against brewing beer here), the amazing life story of its founder, Robert Johansen, and tasting their favorable beers. It's a good evening tour. There are numerous shops, places to eat (i.e. Cafe Huskies; try chocolate candies from Fruene - made in Longyearbyen), and a grocery store to resupply if needed. The history of Longyearbyen is amazing and all around for you to explore on your own. I definitely want to come back here again to experience this winter wonderland.
      Written 23 January 2024
    • 299russellj
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Great walking tour of Alesund
      On a cold November morning, we took the walking tour with Myla. who was a friendly and knowledgable guide. The tour kicked off on time at 9.30am and was small with just 4 guests which gave us plenty of time to ask questions and take pictures. We took in many interesting sights and gained knowledge of the history and quirks within Alesund. The tour finished at the start point of the climb to Aksla viewpoint should you wish to do that (we did - awesome views!). Overall I would highly recommend this tour and the guide, it was fun and informative and greatly enhanced our appreciation of Alesund.
      Written 4 December 2023
    • Kgreenparrots
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      Excellent and Interesting Ålesund Walking Tour
      My husband and I had such a great experience doing this City Walk. Radmyla was knowledgeable, friendly and passionate about showing us what makes Ålesund the “best and prettiest city in Norway.” Her communication with us was excellent.
      Written 20 October 2023
    • nedmijas
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Authentic tour with a knowledge and informative tour guide. Good value for the experience you get.
      Mila was an excellent tour guide. Very knowledgeable and informative. She provided time to explore things and took us to a variety of destinations around Ålesund. Mila also provided a Norwegian Snack for us to share. Mila was kind and helpful. I would highly recommend her as a tour guide.
      Written 16 October 2023
    • 438ellag
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Unique Architecture of Alesund
      We spent in Norway 8 days. And two of them in Alesund. Style of this is city is very special. The beautiful Art de Nouveau architecture in Alesund is very impressive. Vinol tours Tourist agency in Bergen reccommended us Uniktur. wewere very satisfied with our choice. professional very knowledgeable guide opened us unique pages of Alesund history.
      Written 7 September 2023
    • Elizabeth S
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      Nice time!
      It was a very nice experience! Learned so much about Alesund! Myla was very enthusiastic and kind! Would recommend this tour to others..
      Written 2 September 2023
    • Maps09863356332
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      Entertaining dining experience in Aalesund
      Food Walk in Aalesund was a great experience, Nora who was our guide was incredibly nice, told us funny stories about Aalesund, the restaurants/food-places and could also tell us interesting things about the food. The food really surprised us, just the right portions and deliciously good. We strongly recommend Food Walk Aalesund, a fun and social way to see and experience something new. Great city, great guide, great food:-)
      Written 1 September 2023
    • joelm766
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      4.0 of 5 bubbles
      A real learning experience
      Our guide truly educated us about Alesund architecture, history, food, and customs. Including how to pronounce Alesund. We’ll worth it. The meeting point was a bit hidden for newcomers to Alesund and is on the cruise terminal side of the Rad Hus.
      Written 31 August 2023
    • Hazeleyez3
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      5.0 of 5 bubbles
      Gorgeous!
      Geiranger (and the surrounding areas) is beautiful, and the tour with Myla was excellent. Myla was able to drive on roads that didn’t include tour buses and, stop in places for pictures without large crowds. The love she has for the area is clear, and made the tour that much more enjoyable. Lunch was at a small family run restaurant, where we tried local specialties. Definitely a place we would have never found on our own. The tour ended in a spot that allowed us to walk down several steps alongside a waterfall. There are many landings, so you are able to stop for pictures, and not interfere with others walking up and down the steps. If we didn’t want to walk down, she could have driven us to the bottom. This is definitely a must-do tour.
      Written 7 August 2023
    • Hazeleyez3
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      Great Tour in Molde
      We had a wonderful day in Molde with Myla. The area is beautiful, and being able to have a more intimate conversation with a local is much more enjoyable than a tour bus with 40+ people. This was the second day we toured with her. The first was in Geiranger (separate review). Along with riding around beautiful fjords, We rode the Atlantic road, with some photo stops. We also had a stop for about 20 minutes at a beautiful lookout point near the Drunken Bride. In lieu of the main road to Bud, she drove on a side road that had pretty homes with waterfront views. We stopped to see a local fisherman who smokes his own salmon and trout (which we were able to taste). She also had us try Gjetost, which is a local snack. It was a very pretty, enjoyable, and informative tour that is an excellent way to see the area.
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    • Gary L
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      3.0 of 5 bubbles
      Just ok
      I thought the walk was overpriced. The guide seemed inexperienced. The town did not have much to see.
      Written 31 July 2023
    • donovan513
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      A great Tour with Tracey
      Tracey was a wonderful tour guide. We had a very informative overview of Alesund. She is a very warm personality and new s great deal about Alesund. I recommend her as a guide.
      Written 29 July 2023
    • Andrew L
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      Interesting tour made even better by our informative and entertaining guide
      Visited Ålesund on a Norway cruise and booked the tour through TripAdvisor to avoid the somewhat overpriced cruise ship tours of this lovely town. Our guide Mila was certainly passionate about her home town (as well as her Keeshond puppy 😀) and we found her wealth of information to be interesting and dotted with funny anecdotes which added to our enjoyment. Alesund is certainly a very pretty town with a fairly compact centre, making it easy to explore. After our guided tour we tackled the path up to Fjellstua viewpoint (separate review) after Mila had been able to reassure us that the ascent wasn’t as arduous as it looked.
      Written 21 July 2023
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