I'm planning some travel with my family (mother and sister, all of us ages 21+) likely for mid/late June of next year. After stopping through Italy, I was hoping we could check out some natural wonders in Europe and naturally Norway and the fjords came to mind. After doing some research, I was think of doing something like this:
Fly into Bergen. See parts of the city.
Travel to Odda (or another town) to hike Trolltunga. Not sure if renting a car is that much better than taking public transportation. Will probably need two nights, one on the way there and one on f the way back to Bergen.
Take a Norway in a nutshell trip to Flam via Myrdal. Should this be two days, with an overnight along the way? Or, will a day trip be sufficient, given that we will hopefully have hiked Trolltunga at that point.
Ultimately, I'm hoping we can spend maybe 4 or 5 days in this area and see fjords/waterfalls/etc, along with some hiking. Are there other spots that are more worth seeing? Trolltunga significantly adds to the logistical complexities, adding a couple days and requiring some transportation planning. But, it seems really amazing and I want to know if people agree it would be worth it given our overall time limitation.
Does this seem like a good plan? Is it too rushed?