Spring festivals and events in Norway
Attend the FIS World Cup ski competitions in Norway, or find smaller sports arrangements and other activities.
If you want an advanced hike in demanding terrain, or just want to get the little extra out of the experience, you should book a guided walk.
Visiting Norway this Autumn? Check out some of the many festivals and events taking place in the country in September, October and November.
There is a lot happening in Norway in summer. Check out some of the festivals and events taking place in June, July and August every year.
There is a lot happening in Norway in winter. Check out some of the festivals and events taking place in December, January and February every year.
Time your holiday right and you might be able to combine hiking with a cool festival during your stay in Norway.
Whether they celebrate Edvard Grieg or black metal, Sami or Viking heritage - these music festivals are as unique as they are Norwegian.
From Kristiansand in the south to Svalbard in the north, here are some of the top music festivals, large and small, taking place in Norway this year.
The 17th May is Norway's Constitution Day and is celebrated with children's parades and festivities. Many attractions are closed on this day.
Norway’s vast array of traditional dishes and local specialities really comes into its own at Christmas time. Here are a few of the highlights.