Culinary highlights of Bergen

When you walk around the harbour in Bergen, the most prominent smell is that of freshly cooked fish. In tune with its rich heritage and beautiful location, this city has some fabulous dining opportunities. Based mostly on recommendations by Ingham’s guests, and some personal experiences, here are my culinary highlights of Bergen. Bryggenloftet & Stuene

St Moritz and the Bernina Express

When guests arrive in Lake Como the last thing on their mind is to leave the lake and visit Switzerland. However, with Lake Como at the northern-most edge of Italy’s Lombardy region, we are perfectly placed for an unforgettable journey through the Italian mountains into Switzerland. Here, you can enjoy one of the highest railway

Summer festivals in Mayrhofen

When the summer reaches full swing, Mayrhofen comes alive with the sound of music, plenty of traditional, local brass bands, and the most delicious food from across the Zillertal valley. From festivals for bikers, and celebrations for firemen, to simple street parties to get the locals together, there has been a lot to enjoy this

Exploring Lake Como by boat

Join us for a relaxing afternoon on a private boat with fellow Inghams guests, as we guide you through the very best scenes and secrets of Lake Como. The trip includes stunning villas and views, and explores Isola Comacina, with its own unique and fascinating history, the only island on Lake Como. Sit back and

Music in Bergen city

For centuries, Bergen has been the home to renowned musicians, most notably the world famous composer Edvard Grieg (1843-1907) and exquisite violinist and composer Ole Bull (1810-1880). In the present day, Bergen embraces all aspects of its rich musical history and music still flows through the cobbled streets, delighting the ears of locals and visitors.

Castles and Palaces in Malcesine

Malcesine, a town located on the North-eastern coast of Lake Garda, is rich in history and culture. There’s certainly plenty to captivate whether you’re here for a day-trip or staying for a couple of weeks. With so many narrow, cobbled streets, you can spend hours wandering around the medieval town and getting lost in your

How to visit the world’s longest pedestrian suspension bridge in Zermatt

Mike and Liz, the Inghams representatives in Zermatt this summer, were lucky enough to witness the completion of the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in the world, the Charles Kuonene suspension bridge. A jubilant crowd of about 400 people attended the official inauguration, which took place near Zermatt, on Saturday 29 July 2017. The bridge measures

The glaciers of Loen, Norway

Once you reach Loen, you must visit the Briksdal glacier. Dream World Cruise Destinations magazine voted this natural wonder as one of the best attractions in the world. It is only 28km away from Loen and it has attracted swathes of tourists for over 100-years. The Briksdal glacier is an arm of the Jostedalsbreen, which