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The essence of Norway's appeal is remarkably simple: this is one of the most beautiful countries on earth.Impossibly steep-sided Norwegian fjords of extraordinary beauty cut gashes from a jagged coastline deep into the interior. Glaciers, grand and glorious, snake down from ice fields that rank among Europe's largest.

Elsewhere, the mountainous terrain of Norway's interior resembles the ramparts of so many natural fortresses, and yields to rocky coastal islands that rise improbably from the waters like apparitions. Then, of course, there's the primeval appeal, the spare and staggering beauty of the Arctic. And wherever you find yourself in this most extraordinary country, these landscapes serve as a backdrop for some of Europe's prettiest villages.The counterpoint to Norway's ever-present natural beauty is found in its vibrant cultural life.

Norwegian cities are cosmopolitan and showcase the famous Scandinavian flair for design through the ages. Bergen, Trondheim and Ålesund must surely rank among Europe's most photogenic cities, while contemporary Arctic-inspired architectural icons grace towns and remote rural settings alike. Food, too, is a cultural passion through which Norwegians push the boundaries of innovation even as they draw deeply on a heartfelt love of tradition. At the same time, a busy calendar of festivals, many of international renown, are worth planning your trip around.

Things to do
  • Geirangerfjord
  • Lofoten
  • Pulpit Rock
  • The Vigeland Park
  • Bryggen
  • Lysefjord
  • North Cape
  • Viking Ship Museum
  • Trolltunga
  • Flamsbana
  • Naeroyfjod
  • Akershus Fortess
  • Trollstigen
  • Lofoten
  • Kjerag
  • Frogner Park
  • The Royal Palace
  • Atlantic Ocean Road
  • Oslo Opera House
  • Oslofjord
  • Floyen
  • Radhuset
  • Voringfossen
  • The Farm Museum
  • Seven Sisters Waterfalls
  • The Norwegian Museum of Cultural History
  • Hanseatic Museum and Schotstuene
  • Nobel Peace Center
  • The Vigeland Museum
  • Oslo Cathedral
  • Hjorundfjorden
  • Hunderfossen Family Park
  • Skagelfla
  • Lyngen
  • Oscarborg Fortess
  • The hunger for traditional Norwegian food has unusual good preconditions in this wildly varied country with one of the world’s longest coastlines.
  • Norway is known for wild nature, lots of space, and deep fjords with cold, clean water. Perhaps unsurprisingly, catching and preparing top-quality fish has always been a big part of Norwegian culture.
  • For ages past, dried cod was the big export – now it is fresh salmon and arctic cod.
  • Meal prices in Norway can vary, the average cost of food in Norway is EUR 25 - 30 per day.
  • The cost of a taxi ride in Norway is significantly more than public transportation. On average, EUR 26 - 30 per person, per day, on local transportation in Norway.
  • Breakfast prices are usually a little cheaper than lunch or dinner. The price of food in sit-down restaurants in Norway is often higher than fast food prices or street food prices.
  • Depending on the purpose of your travel to Norway, there are different types of visas that will apply to the occasion.
  • Whether you are planning to go on a visit, study or work and reside in Norway permanently, you will have to apply for a different Norwegian Schengen Visa, accordingly.
Season to Visit
  • May
  • June
  • September
  • October
  • August

Typical Duration to Visit
  • 05 - 07 days

Known For
  • Fjords
  • Hiking
  • Wildlife
  • Winter Activities
  • Viking History
  • Stave Churches
  • Scenic Drives
  • City Life
  • Villages
  • Contemporary Architecture
  • Traditional Architecture
Areas to Visit
  • Oslo
  • Flam
  • Bergen
  • Stavanger


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