It’s Always the Best Time to Go to Norway

With an extraordinarily rugged landscape, Norway is one of the most mountainous countries in Europe.

Deep fjords of unimaginable beauty, rocky coastal islands, crystal waterfalls and lakes, glaciers, and, of course, the magic and beauty of the Arctic It is no wonder the outdoors is Norway’s biggest attraction.

Cruise the Fjords

You can take a short cruise of up to a few hours or as long as a few weeks following Norway’s coastline. Or, for a different approach, hire a kayak to appreciate the enormity of the striking landscape.

Flåm Railway

Following a narrow valley passing through no less than 20 twisting tunnels, you’ll pass magnificent waterfalls, dramatic mountain peaks and colourful farming villages typical of the region.


Bursting with world-class museums, innovative architecture and city design, and an exciting and thriving culinary scene, Oslo delivers in spades when it comes to contemporary cultural offerings.


Nestled amongst a beautiful coastal landscape of mountains, glaciers and fjords, Bergen is touted as being one of the most beautiful cities in Europe – A claim that would be hard to deny.


Contemporary boutiques and cafes create a colourful atmosphere throughout the Old Town, while an abundance of fancy restaurants and bars are indicative of a lively social scene in the port town.

Go Beyond the Arctic Circle

Tromsø has more clubs and pubs per capita than in any other Norwegian town. It is also a great place to sample exciting Arctic culinary specialities like reindeer.

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