Molde, often referred to as the Town of Roses, lies on Tomsdalfjord, blessedly sheltered from the northerly winds. Transfer by coach to the Varden Viewpoint via the main roads of the city's commercial district. You’ll learn that the city of Molde was largely destroyed during the Second World War, but a modern city rose from the ruins. Residential areas with detached wooden houses are surrounded by carefully tended gardens. Next, you’ll hike the wooded Varden Path for about an hour before reaching the Romsdal Open-Air Museum. This facility is a gathering of typical farmhouses from Counties Møre and Romsdal. Enjoy a traditional snack of a Norwegian pancake here, along with coffee and tea. Continue to Reknes Hill to take in the view over the town of Molde from another angle. You’ll return to the pier on foot.