Stave churches are an important part of Norway's architectural heritage. Urnes Stave Church in the Sognefjord is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The town itself is the main attraction. By opening up your senses and curiosity, you may find yourself being carried back to life in a different age.
Just south of the Arctic Circle in Norway you will find the Vega Archipelago, a cluster of dozens of UNESCO-protected islands.
The UNESCO-protected rock carvings in Alta, Finnmark, bear witness to human activity in Northern Norway already in the prehistoric period.
Visit the Medieval church in Skjeberg, see the powerful Sarpsfossen Waterfall and go for a walk in the English garden at Hafslund Manor.
In Numedal you are surrounded by nature, history and tradition. See stave churches, go hiking on the Hardangervidda or meet wolves at Langedrag.
Tromsø’s numerous sights offer history, daring architecture, wildlife, science, culture and impressive vistas.
Valdres has a unique cultural heritage with six stave churches and one of Norway's largest open air museums, Valdres Folk Museum.
The rock carvings at Bøla and the Stiklestad National Cultural Centre are among the attractions you should visit in Innherred.
Visit Torpo Stave Church, the oldest stave church left in the region, and different museums.