About Oslo, Frogn, Jevnaker, Bergen, Røros, Tromsø
Between the Oslofjord and the forests lies the Norwegian capital. Oslo has a special combination of city life and easy access to the great outdoors.
The former mining town of Røros is simply unique - a modern community, in which people live and work right in the middle of an UNESCO Heritage Site.
Bergen is known for Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf, the Fish Market, and surrounding mountains and fjords, such as the Hardangerfjord and Sognefjord.
The Forollhogna and Femundsmarka National Parks form a framework around one of Norway’s most exciting areas of natural and cultural history.
There are several tourist information offices in the Røros area.
Archipelagos, fjords and mountains create the frame for the county of Troms with added colour from the midnight sun and northern lights.
Troms Reiseliv runs a year-round tourist information office for Troms County.
The capital of Norway is also its largest city. Oslo has over 600,000 inhabitants and covers 454 square kilometres, 242 of which are forests.
Bergen is Norway’s second largest city with 240.000 inhabitants. The city was founded more than 900 years ago.
All the information you need on Bergen and the fjords in one place. At the tourist information you can also buy the Bergen Card.
The Tromsø Tourist Information Office is the most visited tourist information in Northern Norway, and is knowledgeable and helpful all year round.
The world’s northernmost university city, 350 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, is a lively place, surrounded by fjords and mountains.
The distances are short between the coastal, agricultural and village areas, and adventures are on offer throughout the year.
Visit the tourist information offices in Drøbak or Ski to plan your holiday.
Oslo Tourist Information can help with accommodation, the Oslo Pass, currency exchange and tickets for public transport, sightseeing and fjord tours.