Oslo to Oslo Road Trip Across The Stunning Fjords And Mountains Of Norway (10 to 14 days)

Norway is a paradise for outdoor lovers, with majestic UNESCO Fjords, picturesque villages, and towering peaks. This 14-day road trip, starting and ending in Oslo, will give you a good taste of everything this country offers.

Norway road trip the logistics

Before you hop on a plane or a ferry to Norway, you should organise a few things beforehand. From choosing your transport and picking the perfect timeframe for your holiday to deciding on the length of your stay.

Best time to road trip around Norway

You can follow this Oslo to Oslo road trip plan as early as mid-May and as late as October. However, if you want to access all the hikes and attractions I have listed below, then it would be best if you aim to go between mid-June and the end of September.

Bear in mind that July tends to be quite rainy. During the two summer seasons I spent in Norway, I had the best luck with the weather in August.

Oslo to Oslo road trip outline and map

Above, you can view the road trip map, on which I marked the distances, viewpoints, hikes, and campsites.

How to use the map?

Click on the button in the top left corner to open the layer. To make the map look less cluttered, you can switch the layers on and off by clicking on the red check box.

If you click on different hikes, you will be shown links to my other blog posts with detailed descriptions of each trail.

The best way to travel around Norway

Oslo to Oslo road trip itinerary across Norway

I have road-tripped around many countries, and I thought it couldn’t get any better than this. Then I visited Norway. My mind was blown. The whole infrastructure, from campsites to gas stations to roadside rest areas, is perfectly set up for road-tripping.

Rent a Campervan with Motorhome Republic

Travelling around Norway in a motorhome is certainly a more budget-friendly option. It will also give you a lot more freedom. With campsites every few kilometres, you don’t have to prebook them in advance.

I came to Norway in my campervan, but if you are looking to rent one, try the Motorhome Republic. It is a search and booking engine for RVs that will compare the prices of all rental companies in Norway, helping you choose the right one.

READ MORE: 15 Things To Know About Campervan Travel In Norway

Rent a Compact Car with Discover Cars

If camping isn’t your thing and you prefer to stay in hotels, or you don’t feel comfortable driving a big car, rent a compact one. I recommend Discover Cars, a great booking site for rental cars.

14-day Oslo to Oslo travel itinerary: day-by-day breakdown

Oldenvatnet Sunny day

If you choose Norway as your next holiday destination, you must love being out in nature. This Oslo to Oslo road trip will take you to some of the best outdoor destinations in Norway. Are you ready?

Day 1 & 2: Oslo to Åndalsnes via Rondane National Park

  • Distance from Oslo To Åndalsnes: 490 km / 304 mi
  • Driving time: 6h 45 min
Norway Landscapes

Oslo is the capital of Norway and a main international transport hub. If you are coming from abroad, you will likely land here.

My first advice is to avoid wasting your precious time in cities. Pick up your car rental and head straight for the beautiful landscapes.

At the end of this road trip, you will be back in Oslo. If you are still up for it, you can check out the city.

What to see along the way between Oslo and Åndalsnes

Åndalsnes lies 440 kilometres (273 miles) from Oslo when following the fastest route. It may not sound like a huge distance, but driving in Norway differs greatly from driving on mainland European or North American highways.

You can expect to spend the whole day following this route, so it’s a good idea to break it down and check out a few places along the way. Here are my recommendations.

Day 1: Lillehammer

Driving time from Oslo: 2h 15 min

If, like me, you were born in the ’80s (or earlier), then you must have watched or at least heard of the 1994 Lillehammer Winter Olympics. Lillehammer is a popular skiing and hiking destination with a rich cultural heritage.

You can stop for a couple of hours and stroll around the old town or check out the ski jumping hill and the panoramic views of Lillehammer from it.

Day 1: Rondane Scenic Route

Driving time from Lillehammer: 1h 30 min

The Rondane Scenic Route is a 75-kilometer-long road that winds through Rondane National Park – the oldest National Park in Norway. Your main aim should be the beautiful Sohlbergplassen viewpoint.

Rondane National Park is where you should stop for the night. By now, you are more than halfway to Åndalsnes.

Day 2 morning: Snøhetta Viewpoint & The Musk Ox Safari

Driving time from Rondane National Park (Sohlbergplassen viewpoint): 1 hour 5 min

Snohetta viewpoint

Did you know that Norway is home to Musk Oxen? I didn’t even know what a Musk Ox was until I came across the famous Snøhetta viewpoint on my road trip across Norway. Musk Ox is a large hoofed mammal native to the Arctic.

Snōhetta viewpoint is a beautiful yet unassuming structure on top of a hill with views of Mount Snøhetta. It is an observation deck for wildlife such as musk oxen and reindeer. It’s a one-hour round trip from the car park to the viewpoint.

You can also join the Musk Ox Safari which leaves from the nearby Hjerkinn village. Being guided by local guides will improve your chances of seeing these majestic animals.

Where to stay along the Rondane Scenic Route: night 1

Day 2: Åndalsnes

  • Distance from Snøhetta viewpoint: 143 km / 89 mi
  • Driving time: 2h 15 min
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Situated at the mouth of the Rauma River and Isfjord, Åndalsnes is surrounded by majestic mountains, including the famous Trolltindene peaks. The town is a popular destination for hiking enthusiasts, offering access to some of the best trails in Norway.

Depending on whether you join the Musk OX safari or not, you should be in Åndalsnes by early afternoon. That will leave you plenty of time to plan an activity in the second half of the day after you check into your accommodation.

Day 2 Afternoon: Litlefjellet viewpoint

Litlefjellet Day Hike Norway 15

This short hike is an absolute must-do when visiting Åndalsnes, and the afternoon, when the sun goes down behind the infamous Troll Wall, creating stunning sun rays, is a perfect time to do it

The reward comes after just 30 minutes of walking. Read my guide to Litlefjellet to learn the details about this hike.

Day 3: Adventure Hike or Via Ferrata in Åndalsnes

With plenty of hiking trails in the area, Åndalsnes can be considered the outdoor capital of Norway. Below are a few of my recommendations on how to spend your third day in Norway.

Option 1: Romsdalseggen

Romsdalseggen 14

Romsdalseggen is a challenging but rewarding ridgeline hike that takes you from Venjedalen Valley back to Åndalsnes.

En route, you can expect some of the most jaw-dropping scenery in Norway, like in the photo above. The hike takes around 6 hours to complete and requires pre-booking a shuttle bus. You can learn the details in my guide to the Romsdalseggen hike.

Option 2: Romsdalsstigen

If you are an adventure freak, don’t mind the heights, and want to experience Åndalsnes from a different perspective, consider tackling via ferrata Romsdalsstigen.

You can either join a guided tour or, provided you have a previous via ferrata experience, just rent the gear and do it yourself. Whatever you decide, you are guaranteed an exhilarating experience with dramatic views.

Option 3: Join a guided hike

If you don’t have the confidence to hike in a foreign country, you can book a guided hike from the top of the gondola in Åndalsnes to the famous Rampestrekken viewpoint above the town.

Best accommodation options in Åndalsnes: nights 2 & 3

Day 4: Åndalsnes to Geiranger via route 63

  • Distance from Åndalsnes to Geiranger: 87 km / 54 mi
  • Driving time: 2 hours / 54 mi
Skagefla Day Hike Norway 15

Åndalsness and Geiranger Fjord are only 2 hours apart, but there are a few notable viewpoints that you should stop and explore. The 2-hour drive can easily turn into a full day of sightseeing.

Trollstigen

Every travel brochure, guidebook, or magazine about Norway will have a picture of Trollstigen. It’s a famous serpentine road which connects Åndalsnes with Valldal.

The steep hairpins intertwine with beautiful mountain scenery. Luckily, you will be driving up this road. Driving down was a lot more nerve-wracking for me.

At the top of the pass is a visitor centre with a huge parking lot. A series of viewing platforms were set up for tourists to be able to enjoy the view.

Gudbrandsjuvet

Further, 15 minutes down the road from Trollstigen, on your left-hand side, you will find Gudbrandsjuvet. It’s a series of platforms built over raging rivers and Gorges, created by the raging Valldøla River. It only takes 15 minutes to walk along the platforms, but it’s worth it.

TIP: If you are travelling this road in June or July, bring some cash and buy some strawberries from one of the many stands on the road. I call this stretch of road between Øvstestølbrua and Valldal “the strawberry strip.”

Valldal (Sylte)

Mefjellet 1

Valldal is another great little village worth your attention. It was built on the shore of Norddalsfjord. You can stop for a quick stroll in the centre of a village. Plenty of tour operators run tours on the Valldøla River if you are into rafting.

If you are a movie connoisseur, you will appreciate knowing that Ex-Machina, Alex Garland’s sci-fi movie, was shot in Valldal at the beautiful Juvet Landscape Hotel.

TIP: If you have an extra day, consider staying in Valldal overnight and hiking to the top of Mefjellet the next day.

Eidvatnet

Eidvatnet

Continue on Route 63 for another 5 minutes, then take the Eidsal-Linge ferry across the fjord. Drive another 10 minutes to Eidvatnet. Stop for a quick photo at one of the many viewpoints along this beautiful lake.

Ørnesvingen Viewpoint

Ornesvingen Viewpoint

This will be your last stop before you reach the Geiranger village. Ørnesvingen viewpoint was built 600 meters above the Geiranger Fjord and on the last (11th) hairpin turn along the Ørnesvegen.

Just like Trollstrigen, Ørnesvegen follows a series of steep switchbacks. However, you will be going down this time, so pay attention to the road and only stop in designated spaces.

Day 5: Skageflå Hike in Geiranger Fjord

Day 5 on your Oslo to Oslo road trip is another day filled with beautiful views. This time, I recommend tackling the Skageflå hike, the most popular hike in the Geiranger Fjord area.

The highlight of the hike is the high-altitude farm, which operated until the start of the last century before turning into a tourist attraction. You will also get to see beautiful panoramic views of the Seven Sisters waterfall, which the Geiranger Fjord is known for.

Skageflå is a one-way hike. After completing it, you must take the pre-booked boat transfer to return to the village. I cover all the details in my other post, which I linked above.

Other Activities in Geiranger Fjord

Geiranger Fjord Kayaking Tour

Embark on an unforgettable kayak expedition in the majestic Geiranger Fjord. Accompanied by an experienced instructor, gracefully paddle through crystal-clear blue waters, leading you to the iconic Seven Sisters Waterfall.

Self-Guided Downhill Bike Tour

Embrace the breathtaking beauty of Geiranger Fjord during a self-guided downhill biking adventure. Meander along winding mountain roads, catching glimpses of cascading waterfalls and enchanting lakes as you ride at your own pace.

Best accommodation in Geiranger: nights 4 & 5

Day 6: Geiranger Scenic Route to Loen

  • Distance from Geiranger Fjord: 82 km / 51 mi
  • Driving Time: 2 h 30 min

Day 6 of this Oslo to Oslo itinerary is another road trip day. This time, you will follow a couple of the official national tourist roads and the shoreline of two beautiful glacier lakes.

Geiranger Scenic Route

Geiranger Viewpoint

This is the continuation of the Trollstigen – Geiranger Scenic route no. 63. Once again, you will follow steep hairpins and high mountain roads. Stop at the Flydalsjuvet rest area for yet another great view of Geiranger Fjord.

You can take a short detour to Mount Dalsnibba summit, a whopping 1500 m above the Fjord, for an even higher view. However, this is a paid viewpoint, so I decided to skip it.

IMPORTANT: This road typically opens in the first week of May. If you travel earlier, you must get to Loen by a different route. First, take the ferry to Hellesylt and continue the drive on route no. 60, then E39 and 15.

Gamle Scenic Route (optional)

Gamle Scenic Route

Instead of turning onto route no. 15. You can extend the journey by ca. 40 kilometres (30 miles) and continue to Grotli before turning onto the Gamle Scenic Route no. 258.

Before taking the detour, double-check if it is already open. Due to its high elevation and snow, the Gamle Scenic route often opens between late May and mid-June and closes in September.

IMPORTANT: Part of the Gamle Scenic Route is a gravel road. Whilst it’s very well maintained and safe to drive on, you might want to check with your rental company first if it’s okay to take the rental on gravel roads. If they answer no, then simply stick to the shorter route, which takes you through the Gradals tunnel.

Hjelle and Oppstrynvatnet

Oppstrynvatnet

Hjelle is a tiny historic village built on the East end of Lake Oppstrynvatnet. Its most known attraction is the Segestadt farm, which can be reached by hiking.

Similarly to the Skageflå farm in the Geiranger Fjord, Segestadt is not operational anymore, but you can still visit the farm to see how life used to look just a century ago.

From the farm, you will get great panoramic views of the lake and the villages built on its shoreline.

Lovatnet

Lovatnet viewpoint

Continue your drive to Loen, check into your accommodation, and then venture out again on the drive along Lovatnet Lake.

This is one of my favourite lakes in Norway. It is a beautiful turquoise color and is fed by the Jostedalsbreen glacier field, the largest in Norway.

The most notable tourist attraction along the lake is the Breng Seter. Another historic farm with moss-rooftop buildings, typical for the region.

Drive until the end of the lake and stroll to the end of Lodalen Valley to see the Kjenndal Glacier tongue.

Rakssetra

Rakssetra

Another classic viewpoint and a great sunset spot is the Rakssetra farm high above Loen and the Innvikfjord. A short but steep forest trail takes one hour to reach the farm.

Day 7: Hiking in the Jostedalsbreen National Park

After spending most of the previous day driving in a car, day 7 is perfect for stretching your legs and tackling another beautiful Norwegian hike. Loen is a paradise for hikers, and here are some trails in the area which I hiked myself and highly recommend.

Option 1: Klovane

Klovane Day Hike Norway 30

The summit of Klovane stands high above Lake Oldenvatnet and has one of the best views in Norway. I was lucky with the weather on the day I hiked to Klovane. Thanks to blue skies, the lake below was an incredible turquoise color.

This is the perfect hike to tackle, particularly if you decide to book your accommodation at the Oldevatn campground. The trailhead is just around the corner from the campsite.

Option 2: Kattanakken

Kattanakken Day Hike 13

The Kattanakken hike is an extension of the Briksdalsbreen trail leading to the glacier viewpoint. Sadly, the glacier retreats further year after year. If you want to see it from a better angle, consider hiking to Kattannakken.

Option 3: Via ferrata Loen

Via ferrata Loen Norway 16

This is the most famous via ferrata in Norway. Via Ferrata Loen starts directly in town and climbs to the summit of Mount Hoven. To return, you hop on the gondola.

The most famous feature of Via Ferrata Loen is the 120-meters-long Gjølmunnebrua suspension bridge hanging almost 800 vertical meters above the fjord. Scrambling on this ferrata was one of the highlights of my road trip around Norway.

Best accommodation around Loen: nights 6 & 7

Day 8: Loen to Sogndalsfjøra

  • Distance from Loen: 127 km / 79 mi
  • Driving time: 2 hours

Another beautiful day driving along fjords and glacial lakes awaits you. Today, you will be heading from the West side of the Jostedalsbreen National Park to its East Side.

Once again, there are plenty of beautiful viewpoints along the way that you shouldn’t miss. With all the stops, this 2-hour drive will last 3 times longer.

Stardalselva Valley

Stardalselva Valley

Turquoise river, lush green fields, and dramatic mountain cliffs—the Stardaselva Valley describes Norway better than any words. It is a one-hour drive from Loen and a great place to stop.

Jølstravatnet

Jolstravatnet

Drive for 10 minutes and turn from National Road No. 39 onto No. 5. You will now follow the shoreline of another beautiful lake, Jølstravatnet. Plenty of small bays allow you to stop for a quick snapshot.

Bøyabreen Glacier

Boyabreen Glacier Viewpoint

Another 15 minutes later, you will drive through the Fjærland tunnel. Straight after emerging through the tunnel, the viewpoint of the Bøyabreen glacier tongue is on your left-hand side. Blink and you will miss it.

Norsk Bremuseum and Fjærland village

Fjaerland

Further, 10 minutes down the road, you will reach the Jostedalsbreen visitor centre, which doubles as the Glacier Museum. There is a great viewpoint platform on the top of the building.

The museum educates the visitors about the Norwegian glaciers and how climate change influences their disappearance. You can also watch the beautiful panoramic nature movie shot in the remote corners of the Jostedalsbreen National Park.

After checking out the visitor centre and the museum, drive to Fjærland. A tiny village located at the end of the Fjærlandsfjorden. Park your car near the pier and stroll along the Fjord for some fantastic views.

Continue for another 30 minutes to Sogndalsfjøra, your next two-night destination.

Day 9: Hiking Above Lusterfjord or the East Side of Josterdalsbreen National Park

I hope your legs rested well yesterday and you are ready to tackle another amazing hike. Today, I recommend two options.

Option 1: Austerdalsbreen

  • Distance from Sogndalsfjøra to Austerdalsbreen: 55 km / 34 mi
  • Driving time: 70 min
Austerdalsbreen Day Hike 14

Austerdalsbreen is hands down the most beautiful arm of the Jostedalsbreen glacier field. The hike is pleasantly easy, and most of it leads through a wide valley before climbing to a viewpoint.

The drive from Sogndalsjøra to the Austerdalsbreen trailhead is an experience in itself. The route follows the shoreline of the Vaitastrondavatnet, another glacier-fed and beautifully colored lake.

Another highlight of this hike is the possibility of having lunch at the Tungestølen hut, but before I reveal too much, head over to my guide to the Austerdalsbreen hike.

Option 2: Molden

  • Distance from Sogndalsfjøra to Molden trailhead: 20 km / 12 mi
  • Driving time: 20 min
Molden Day Hike Norway 19

Molden is a famous summit that rises from the Luster fjord. It’s a popular hike amongst the locals and a great half-day excursion.

The hike to Molden is a great option if you don’t want to do a lot of driving on day 9. The trailhead is only a 20-minute drive from Sogndalsfjøra.

TIP: Molden and Austerdalsbreen hikes take 3-4 hours to complete. If you have good endurance, you can easily fit them both in one day, provided the weather is good.

Best accommodation in Sogndalsfjøra: nights 8 & 9

Day 10: Nigardsbreen & Jotunheimen National Park

Day 10 equals more glaciers. I don’t know about you, but I can never get enough of them.

After a morning visit to Nigardsbreen, you will continue your journey along Luster Fjord, leaving the Fjord landscapes behind. You will then enter the high plateaus of another famous Norwegian National Park – Jotunheimen.

Nigardsbreen Glacier Viewpoint

  • Distance from Sogndalsfjøra to Nigardsbreen: 66 km / 41 mi
  • Driving time: 75 min
Nigardsbreen Hike 8

Nigardsbreen is the most famous arm of the Jostedalsbreen glacier field. Guided glacier hikes are popular in this area, but you can also hike to the glacier viewpoint.

I cover all the details in my guide to hiking to Nigardsbreen Glacier.

Sognefjellet Scenic Route

  • Distance from Nigardsbreen to Fossbergom: 145 km / 90 mi
  • Driving time: 3 hours
Sognefjellet Scenic Route Glaciers 2

Just like the Rondane, Trollstigen-Geiranger, and Gamle Routes, Sognefjellet is on a list of Norway’s National Scenic Routes. There are 18 of them across the country, and this Oslo to Oslo itinerary includes 5.

Sognefjellet is special because it crosses the highest pass in Northern Europe. The road stays closed during winter and reopens during summer.

It’s a different landscape than the lush valleys leading to the fjords. Expect rocky terrain, minimal vegetation, mountains, and glaciers. Most of the road stays above the treeline.

The Sognefjellet road stretches 108 kilometres and rises from sea level to 1434 meters. It ends in the Fossbergom (Lom) historic village.

Day 11: Galdhøpiggen – Norway’s highest peak

  • Distance from Fossbergom to Juvashytta: 33 km / 20 mi
  • Driving time: 36 min
Galdhoppigen 9

Who would miss a chance to stand on the highest peak of Scandinavia when road-tripping across Norway?

The highest peak in Norway is Galdhøpiggen, and daily guided tours leave from Juvashytta to its summit.

The whole round trip takes around 6 hours, but with the steep drive to Juvashytta and back, plan the whole day for this excursion.

Best accommodation around Fossbergom: nights 10 & 11

Day 12: Hike in Jotunheimen National Park & the Valdresflye Scenic Drive

You are nearing the end of your road trip across Norway, but believe it or not, the views will only get better. After exploring the west side of Jotunheimen National Park, it’s time to see its east side.

Bessegen Ridgeline Hike

  • Distance from Fossbergom to Besseggen parking: 77.5 km / 48 mi
  • Driving time: 70 min
Besseggen day hike 21

Another fantastic day hike in Norway. The Besseggen ridgeline traverse runs along the turquoise Lake Gjende and offers panoramic views of the surrounding peaks.

The highlight of the Besseggen hike is the viewpoint of Lake Gjende and Lake Bessvatnet. The latter lies 400 vertical meters higher than the former!

Valdresflye Scenic Drive

  • Besseggen parking to Beitostølen: 32 km / 20 mi
  • Driving time: 30 min
Vallsfrye

After completing the Besseggen hike, you can head to Beitostølen – your last destination before returning to Oslo.

You will now drive along the Valdresflye scenic road. The last one of the National Scenic drives on this itinerary.

Apart from Lake Gjende, a few notable viewpoints are the Vargebakkane viewpoint, Steinplassen, and Flye 1389 cafe, built at the highest road point. You can probably guess how high it stands by reading its name.

Best accommodation along Vallsfrye Scenic Road: night 12

Day 13: Back to Oslo through Valdres Nature & Culture Park

  • Distance from Beitøstolen to Oslo: 223 km / 139 mi
  • Driving time: 3.5 hours

It’s time to head back to Oslo. The fastest route from Beitøstolen is along Route 51, followed by Highway 16.

This drive will take you across the Valdres Nature Park. Take advantage of the many beautiful rest stops along the way. You should be back in Oslo by early afternoon.

Now it’s time to see some of the sights of the Norwegian Capital. Below are a few of the best ways to see the city.

TIP: Drop off your rental car on day 13 and use public transport to return to the airport.

Top Activities in Oslo

Electric Oslofjord Cruise

Step aboard an electric boat from central Oslo and relish the journey toward the inner Oslofjord. Throughout the cruise, you can choose between the spacious lounge with panoramic windows or the open-air, fully accessible deck. Thanks to the quiet electric engine of the boat, you can listen to the audio commentary, which you can download onto your phone.

Oslo Bike Tour

Uncover Oslo’s hidden gems and iconic landmarks on a bike tour to immerse you in the local experience. Pedal through the scenic paths along Oslo Fjord, all under the knowledgeable guidance of an expert local guide. Gain insider knowledge on the city’s top-notch bars and restaurants, ensuring you discover Oslo’s best culinary delights.

Oslo Walking Tour

Are you not a fan of biking? Try discovering Oslo on your feet. Delve into the heart of Oslo as you explore Sentrum, the vibrant city centre nestled along the Skagerrak strait. Immerse yourself in the finest landmarks, museums, and the rich diversity of restaurants and bars that define this Scandinavian gem. With an expert guide leading the way, gain insights into the unique charm that sets Oslo apart.

Accommodation in Oslo: Night 13

Day 14: Return Trip Home

That’s a wrap! I hope you will have a fantastic time following this itinerary and make some long-lasting memories.

If you have any questions regarding this road trip plan,, please leave them in the comments below.

TIP: If you need any help designing an itinerary across Norway tailored to your interests, I offer one-on-one hour-long private consultations. Just write to me directly via my contact page.

How to shorten this Oslo to Oslo road trip itinerary?

You don’t have two weeks to travel around Norway? Don’t worry! This itinerary can still be done in less amount of time.

You must understand that you must either leave some places or skip some hikes to fit all the locations. Here are a few ideas on how to make this trip shorter by a few days:

  • Option 1: On day 1, travel from Oslo to Åndalsness, skipping the Rondane Scenic route and Snøhetta viewpoint. This will save you one day.
  • Option 2: Shave off the last 4 nights of the itinerary. After visiting Nigarsbreen on the last day, you can travel to Oslo. You have two options. Drive from Nigarsbreen across the Sognefjellet scenic route to Fossbergom, then Oslo, or drive back to Søgndalsfjora, then follow routes 52, then 7 back to Oslo via Hemsedal.
  • Option 3: Stay in each location for one night instead of two. This way, you can squeeze this itinerary into seven days. This is a good option if you are not hiking and want to see the main sights.
  • Option 4: Choose a different starting point. You don’t have to start your road trip in Oslo. Bergen or Ålesund are other great cities where you can start your tour around Norway. They are much closer to the Fjords, meaning less driving time. See my other itineraries below.

Other road trip itineraries around Norway

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Hi! I am the photographer and creator of www.inafarawayland.com. I come from Poland, but I've been living, travelling and working around the globe since I turned 18. A few years ago, during one of my trips to Scotland, I bought my first DSLR and my adventure with photography began. When I am not stuck to my computer editing photos, you can find me hiking somewhere in the mountains.

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