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About Norway

Discover Norway on an unforgettable trip to Scandinavia. The country that needs no introduction has a lot to offer! From spectacular views of nature, cruises among fjords, incredible hiking trails to a lingering Viking heritage - there's plenty for you to see and explore. Start your trip in the modern and sophisticated Oslo and make your way to the Northern part of the country, to witness wintery magic and dancing lights of Aurora Borealis. There's no better way to explore majestic Norway than with the help of a leading tour operator who can make any travel vision come to life. In case you want to plan on your own, make sure to book Norway train tickets for getting around the country easily and comfortably.

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Akersus Fortress, Oslo, Norway

Akershus Fortress is a medieval castle located in the city center by the Oslo Fjord and it is a great place to discover the capital’s history and enjoy beautiful views.

Alesund, Norway

Alesund was voted as the most beautiful town in the country by the Norwegian people and often called the Adventure Capital of the Fjords.

City Hall, Oslo

Oslo City Hall is one the most popular places in the capital. It houses the city council, city administration, art studios with galleries, and is located in the center of town.

Flam, Norway

Flam is a very small village nestled in a gorgeous fjord surrounded by the beauty of nature. The city is renowned for its spectacular and scenic Flam railway.

Flamsbana Railway, Norway

The Flam Railway is regarded as a masterpiece of Norwegian engineering as is one of the world's steepest railway lines on normal gauge.

Frogner Park, Oslo

Frogner Park is a public park in Oslo that contains the world famous Vigeland installation - a permanent sculpture installation created by Gustav Vigeland.

Hurtigruten coastal voyage, Norway

The Hurtigruten ships trace the dramatic Norwegian coastline from Bergen and the southern fjords, up across the Arctic Circle, all the way to Lofoten and the top end of Europe.

Kirkenes, Norway Gallery

Being the capital of the municipality of Sor-Varanger, Kirkenes is situated in the north-east of Norway, very close to the Russian border. The place has a population about 4000 people.

Oslo, Norway

Oslo feels like the perfect blend of nature and city life. When in this beautiful city you are never far away from a park. In Oslo everyone could find something to their liking.

Royal Palace, Oslo

The Royal Palace is the place where the King and Queen live and where the daily work of the monarchy is conducted. The palace is open to the public during the summer season.

Holmenkollbakken Ski Museum, Oslo

Holmenkollbakken is a large ski jump hill located in Oslo. It's the world's most modern ski jump which is worth a visit whatever the weather.

Sognefjord boat ride, Norway

The boat ride from Flam to Bergen takes travelers through the Sognefjord, the largest fjord in Norway.

Tromso, Norway

Being the most dynamic hub at the Arctic Circle, Tromso Norway is a great place for exploring the northernmost part of Scandinavia. The 9th most populous city in Norway, Tromso has a lot in store to offer.

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