Visit Norway

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Norway is a vast majestic, adventure playground abounding in mountains, glaciers and deep coastal fjords.

Take a road trip north, to Bergen, the Gateway to the Fjords of Norway, with its iconic and photogenic colorful wooden houses. Roam through living history in this modern city, before continuing on to explore the wildest fjords in Norway. Enjoying the wilderness in Norway is very much an active pursuit having some of the most exciting and varied adventure sport tourism destinations in Europe. Some activities are geared towards the young, energetic and fearless, but if you like on and off road cycling, world-class hiking and white-water rafting in summer or skiing, snowmobiling and dog-sledding in winter can be enjoyed by anyone of reasonable fitness!

Visit the opera house in Oslo, nestled on the banks of the tranquil Oslofjord
Oslo, Trendy & Historical

There is a cozy and homely atmosphere in the Norwegian capital making you will feel at home in the city, which is nestled under the beautiful Oslofjord.

Oslo is a truly unique metropolis with exciting places to visit like the Vigeland Park with its more than 200 sculptures, the Viking Museum with a 9th Century Viking Ship on display, the Munch Museum, the Akershus Fortress, the Royal Palace and the Norwegian Opera and Ballet, one of the world's most prestigious opera houses, built on the tranquil shores of Oslo Fjord.

From the top of Holmenkollen Ski Jump, Norway's most visited tourist attraction, you have a fantastic view of the city. A visit here is a very special experience, both with and without skis!

Man standing on a mountain top on a hike in the mountains and glaciers of Norway.
Bergen, Gateway to the Fjords

Know as the Gateway to the Fjords of Norway, Bergen is a European City of Culture and a UNESCO World Heritage City. The region has the perfect combination of nature, culture and exciting city life year round.

Enjoy some of the finest seafood restaurants in Norway and a visit to the picturesque Fish Market which sells local seafood, fruit and vegetables. It's located in the heart of the city between the fjords and Bergen's 7 mountains, the market dates back to the 1200s where it's been a meeting place for merchants and fishermen!

The city is ideally located right in the heart of the Fjord Norway region, between the Hardangerfjord and the Sognefjord making it the perfect starting point for spectacular fjord experiences. Join a fjord boat tour. hike into the mountains and glaciers, ski in some of Norway’s best terrains, road cycle along the beautiful fjord arms or for the more adventurous, try your hand at white water rafting.

Mountain bikers enjoying the trails in Norway with snow capped mountains in the background and rocky landscape in the foreground.
Adventure Enthusiasts

There's no reason to stay indoors when you visit Norway. You'll find exciting activities to do, whether you're visiting the coast, the mountains, or somewhere in between.

The Fjord-lands of Norway is famous throughout the world for thrills and adventure. A trip to the region is an ideal opportunity to partake in some sports that you might not normally dare to do! There are rock faces to be climbed, an abundance of trails to be hiked, roaring rapids to be navigated, wild camping spots to be discovered, great terrain cycling (both on and off road), fantastic waves for surfing and that's just the summertime! Once the snow settles in for the season the winter-sports in Norway are world class, from skiing to snowboarding, ice climbing to glacier hiking, you name it, you can do it here!

Sports are a central part of Norwegian culture with Olympic medals won in skiing, ski jumping, speed skating, and, to a lesser degree, ice hockey. With that kind of heritage, Norway is the perfect destination.