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Norway

The Kingdom of Norway is the second least densely populated country in Europe. The natural landscapes here are among the most beautiful on the planet, with superb coastal scenery, glacial rivers and world famous fjords. Discover things to do in Oslo like great museums, vibrant bars and see the wonderfully preserved Viking boats at the Viking Ship Museum. Take an incredible fjord cruise through Bergen’s UNESCO listed harbor or enjoy a stroll past the multi-colored waterfront houses.

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Bergen

Port-side Bergen enjoys a prime location on the southwestern coast of verdant Norway. Nestled amidst green hills and breathtaking fjords, the stunning natural surroundings of the medieval city are only the beginning of what fascinates visitors. The ship-bedecked waters...

Bodo

Traveling to Bodo by train at the right time of year offers you some of the most dazzling views of the Aurora Borealis as it paints the night sky. Resting just slightly north of the Arctic Circle, the compact town of Bodo holds much for you to see. If history intrigues...

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Flam

Meaning little place between steep mountains and settled at the innermost end of Aurlandsfjorden, Flam is a small village with a spectacular personality and awe-inspiring natural beauty. Surrounded by green hills, snowy peaks and dramatic waterfalls, Flam attracts...

Oslo

Nestled on the banks of the Oslofjord, the Norwegian capital is as diverse and vibrant as it is historic. Home in equal parts to stunning natural beauty and immense cultural significance, Oslo has been around for over a millennium, yet features some of the most striking...

Stavanger

Stunning fjords. Towering mountains. Endless stretches of white sand beach. That’s what you’ll discover when visiting Stavanger, located in southwestern Norway. This region’s famous landscapes and landmarks such as Sola beach, the Priekestolen cliff, and the...

Trondheim

Visit Trondheim by train, a centuries-old city that is today the third largest city in Norway. This fjord-side municipality is filled to the brim with intriguing landmarks and sites seeping in Norwegian history. See the statue of Olav Tryggvason, the man who founded...

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