Sports & Activities
Visit Norway in the autumn and you'll find lots of festivals and events taking place in the country in September, October and November each year.
Spring in Norway can be the tail end of winter or the beginning of summer, and all sorts of events and festivals take place in March, April and May.
Winter in Norway can be a busy time for visitors, with all the festivals and events taking place in December, January and February every year.
Summer in Norway can be a spectacle to behold, with a great many exciting festivals and events taking place in June, July and August every year.
17 May 2014 marks the bicentenary of the Norwegian constitution, and the occasion is celebrated all over the country.
Experience Norwegian Christmas traditions by visiting a Christmas market, enjoying a holiday concert, or catching a glimpse of the northern lights.
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.
17 May is Norway's Constitution Day and is celebrated with children's parades and festivities.
Every winter, hundreds of people travel to the Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway to see who gets the most and the largest arctic cod.