Oslo is the capital of Norway. It is known for its green spaces and museums like the waterside Norwegian Maritime Museum and the Viking Ship Museum, with Viking ships from the 9th century. The Holmenkollbakken is a ski-jumping hill with panoramic views of the fjord. It also has a ski museum.
Bergen is Norway’s second largest city surrounded by seven hills and seven fjords.
Climbing to the top of Pulpit Rock by the Lysefjord is one of Norway's most popular hiking trips. Looking out over the Lysefjord from here is an experience of a lifetime.
There are more than a thousand fjords in Norway, all along the coast. But most of the iconic ones are the Nærøyfjord, the Sognefjord, the Lysefjord, and the Geirangerfjord.
Fjords resemble still blue lakes that are prolonged arms of the seas, often reaching deep inland with majestic cliffs towering above on both sides. Visiting the fjords can make you feel like you are in a secluded universe.
Lofotenis a group of islands in the northern part of Norway. It offers breath-taking, unforgettable scenery, impressive alpine mountain peaks, Arctic fjords and tiny fishing settlements.
Tromsø, a city in northern Norway, is a major cultural hub above the Arctic Circle. It is famed as viewing point for colourful Northern Lights that sometime light up the night-time sky.
Vøringsfossen is one of the most beautifulwaterfallin Norway. This 182 meterwaterfalldown into the steep, narrow valley below is simply breath-taking.
Northern Norway is the best place to see the Northern lights. These lights come at night when the sky is dark. It’s like acelestial ballet of light dancing across the night sky, with a colour palette (green, pink, violet).