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The Svalbard Islands
Top 10 places in Norway
The Lofoten Islands
The Stavanger region
Art & culture
Food and drink
The great outdoors
Must-see nature attractions
Hotels and more
Seasons and climate
Travel tips A-Z
Travelling with disabilities
Scandic Hotels – in all major cities from north to south
Nordic Choice Hotels – a different hotel company
Thon Hotels – with fantastic breakfast
The Historic Hotels and Restaurants – charming hotels
Hostelling International – the door to Norway
Widerøe – the largest regional airline in Scandinavia
AutoEurope – always a smooth car rental experience
Vy express – travel with bus throughout Norway
DFDS – Europe’s leading ferry operator 2012-2020
Rent-A-Wreck – the smart car rental alternative
Arctic Campers – Norway’s camper van rental
NOR-WAY Bussekspress – travel green with express busses
Vy – it should be easy to travel green
Hurtigruten – "The World’s Most Beautiful Sea Voyage"
Authentic Scandinavia – exciting Norway tours
Up Norway – tailored journeys
Norrøna Hvitserk – expeditions and adventure holidays
Fjord Tours – experience Norway in a nutshell® with one ticket
50 Degrees North – unforgettable tailor-made and small group tours to Norway
Discover Norway – skiing, biking and hiking tours in Norway
Norwegian Holidays – low-price package holidays with Norwegian. Flight, hotel and rental car
DanCenter – your specialist in holiday homes in Norway
Norgesbooking – book your perfect cabin stay in Norway
Most parts of Norway offer diverse accommodation, ranging from historic fjord hotels and urban boutique hotels to camping, glamping, and mountain cabins. Rates are often fair when booked in advance.
There are thousands of cabins, cottages, lodges, and fisherman’s shacks for rent in Norway. Do as the locals and enjoy the quietness of nature on a cabin holiday.
Approximately 60 lighthouses along the Norwegian coast have become very popular for overnight stays. A pro tip is to book well in advance.
Accommodation that is an experience in itself. Check out some of Norway’s most unique hotel alternatives, from yurts and lighthouses to parked trains and treehouses.
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