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Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) towers 600 metres above the Lysefjord, Norway Photo: Chris Arnesen/visitnorway.com
Photo: Chris Arnesen/visitnorway.com
The extraordinary marble and glass building in Bjørvika, Oslo, is home to the Norwegian Opera and Ballet. It is also a piece of art in its own right. Photo: Bjørn Eirik Østbakken
Ask for tasty Norwegian salmon for dinner. For breakfast you should try the sweet brown cheese. Photo: Johan Wildhagen/Innovasjon Norge
The Atlantic Road's sharp turns and wild nature have made it number one on the British newspaper The Guardian's list of the world's best road trips. Photo: Terje Rakke/Fjord Norway
In Oslo you will find large shopping centres and department stores in the city center. Bogstadveien and Hegdehaugsveien are good streets for shopping. Photo: visitnorway.com/Chris Lorang Arnesen
A good way to see the Sognefjord, Norway’s longest fjord and the second longest in the world, is to join an organised cruise. Photo: Paal Audestad/Fjord Tours
The Geirangerfjord is visited by 150 - 200 cruise ships and more than 700,000 tourists each year. Photo: Terje Rakke
Hemsedal is a small mountain village known for some of Norway's best skiing and fly fishing. Photo: Nils Erik Bjørnholt/Hemsedal Booking
Stop by the heavily guarded Russian border on your way to a king crab safari. And be sure to put on a dry suit and try floating in the Barents Sea. Photo: visitnorway.com/Chris Lorang Arnesen
A modern town in an Arctic landscape, Tromsø in Northern Norway feels close to nature while in an urban setting. Photo: Ole C. Salomonsen/arcticlightphoto.no – visitnorway.com
All interior and exterior are made of snow and ice in this luxurious hotel, even the glasses in the bar. Photo: Terje Rakke/Nordic Life/www.visitnorway.com

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Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock) towers 600 metres above the Lysefjord, Norway - Photo: Chris Arnesen/visitnorway.com

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Find your ski resort, try a fjord cruise or wildlife safari, or plan your hiking or fishing holiday.

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