Go on a city break to Norway! Aksla viewpoint in Ålesund. Photo: Samuel Taipale / Visitnorway.com
Go on a city break
Cutting-edge architecture and old wooden houses, fascinating street art and modern museums, Nordic cuisine and pavement cafes – on a weekend trip to a Norwegian city, you’ll get big experiences with a small town vibe.
Bodø is home to the world’s strongest maelstrom Saltstraumen. The largest city in the county of Nordland is also just a boat ride away from both Moskenes in Lofoten and the old trading post at Kjerringøy.
The Lillehammer region is known to the world for the Olympic winter games in 1994 and the Netflix series Lilyhammer. Go there for real and take part in entertaining skiing and other nature based and cultural activities.
Norway is a big (and free!) outdoor art exhibition. Look up and around and enjoy a dense collection of spray-painted glory. Street art enthusiast and author Martin Berdahl Aamundsen guides you through some of the hot spots.
Re-naa in Stavanger achieved two stars in this year’s edition of the prestigious guide, while Speilsalen in Trondheim, Under in Lindesnes, Bare in Bergen, and Omakase Oslo join the exclusive club for the first time with one Michelin star each.
Norway is far larger than most people realise. We recommend focusing on one region at a time, If you only plan one trip to Norway, take your time as you travel; make the journey itself your destination.
Hungry for food or longing for action? Whether you want natural highs or artistic depths, climbing up or skiing down, walking slow or running fast, there’s a good chance we can help you suit your needs.
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