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Norway Travel Workshop 2018: Toronto

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1150 Queen St W.

Toronto, ON M6J 1J3

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Visit Norway Invites You to Attend an Exclusive Travel Workshop in Toronto

Norway has become one of the hottest travel destinations for North American travelers with record arrival increases over the past four years. This is an opportunity to meet with Norwegian travel suppliers and learn the latest developments and product offerings from Norway. This event is open only to tour operators and travel advisors with an interest in selling Norway as a destination.

  • 2:00PM - Registration Opens
  • 2:30PM - Presentations Begin (promptly)
  • 3:30PM - Workshop Begins with Revolving Meetings
  • 5:30PM - Cocktail Reception Begins
  • 6:30PM - Program Concludes


Participating Suppliers:

  • 50 Degrees North (represented by Natalie Lauzon) - 50 Degrees North is a family owned, boutique destination specialist tour operator for the Nordic region and the Scandinavian Arctic. With offices in Norway, Canada and Australia and an entirely Nordic sales staff, 50 Degrees North is able to provide clients with support 24/7.
  • Bergen Tourist Board (represented by Linn Kjos Falkenberg) - Bergen is Norway's second largest city, and lies clambering up the mountain sides, overlooking the sea, embracing you. You can roam through living history in this modern city, before continuing on to explore the wildest and loveliest fjords the country has to offer.
  • Destination Ålesund and Sunnmøre (represented by Tom Anker Skrede) - Known as the adventure capital of the fjords, Ålesund’s is home to some of Norway's best known natural and cultural attractions. Ålesund's Art Nouveau architecture is known far and wide. Sunnmøre's countless fjords, fishing villages, island gems and mountains lie waiting to rouse your enthusiasm.
  • Fjord Norway (represented by Betina Hansen) - Fjord Norway is the official tourist board of Western Norway. Their main functions are the international marketing of the Fjord Norway region, press-and study trips and to convey information from the Fjord Norway region to tour operators, press and consumers worldwide.
  • Hurtigruten (represented by Rolf Logan) - In business since 1893, Hurtigruten offers a wide range of year-round voyages for travelers who are looking for the unusual and unique – small ships, soft adventures, enriching destinations, excursions, and local interaction within the comfort of a superior cruise environment.
  • Myrkdalen Hotel (represented by Paal Thunæs) - The Myrkdalen Hotel in Voss features 9 lifts and over 20 slopes and is the ideal starting point for backcountry and cross-country skiing. In summer, the resort offers a broad range of hiking trails never far from the idyllic fjords.
  • Northern Norway Tourism (represented by John-Steve Linløkken) - Known for the Northern Lights and Midnight Sun, Northern Norway is by far the largest part of mainland Norway, and covers more than a third of the country. It stretches from the idyllic Helgeland region in the south, to mainland Europe’s northernmost point, near the North Cape.
  • SAS Scandinavian Airlines (represented by Jason Baron) - SAS is the flag carrier of Sweden, Norway and Denmark, and the second largest airline in Scandinavia in terms of passengers. SAS’s newly renovated cabins and three-classes of onboard service have made it the most comfortable way to get to Scandinavia.
  • Thon Hotels (represented by Marianne Hansen) - With 70 hotels, Thon Hotels knows that their guests have different hotel needs on different occasions. Thon Hotels has 23 hotels in Oslo area, and is the biggest hotel chain in the capital of Norway. From Northern to Southern Norway you can always see the same hotel sign.
  • Visit Flåm (represented by Gry Mundal) - The small town of Flåm sits in the heart of the famous Sognefjord. Visit Flåm represents the Flåm Railway, Fretheim Hotel, Stegastein viewpoint sightseeing bus and sightseeing boats on the Geirangerfjord, Lysefjord, Nærøyfjord and Fjærlandsfjord.
  • Visit Haugesund (represented by Ingun Solberg Harloff) - Visit Haugesund’s vision is to bring the Viking spirit to the World. The company positions the Haugesund region as a provider of great natural and cultural experiences built on the fjords and Viking concepts conveyed with a high degree of service and personal commitment.
  • Visit Norway (represented by David DiGregorio) - As the official tourism board of Norway, exploring Norway is what we do and what we love. We will be happy to assist you with information so you too can experience the World´s Happiest Country, and bring back home pure moments that you will remember for the rest of your life.
  • Visit Sognefjord (represented by Heidi Hauge) - The Sognefjord is Norway’s longest and deepest fjord, and it’s famous arm the Nærøyfjord has World Heritage status. The surrounding mountain areas are amongst Norway’s most popular hiking areas. Sognefjord is often considered the most popular and picturesque area of Fjord Norway.

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