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From buzzing city life and coastal charm to lush valleys and world-class culture.
Eastern Norway is a great destination for families, adventure seekers, art lovers and everyone who loves the good life.
… and the most exciting arts scene in the country.
The events calendar is also chock-full of concerts, theatre and exhibitions.
In this area, you can also travel back in time and check out some of the best Viking experiences in Norway,
Follow the Viking trail, hop on a Viking ship or visit a living museum.
...while the lush valleys are the place to go if you are seeking tranquility, more active adventures or magnificent nature.
What better way to turn the pace down a notch than a boat trip?
Take the paddle steamer Skibladner across the lake Mjøsa (pictured here), navigate the Haldenkanalen or hop on a boat at the smaller lakes of Femunden near the Swedish border and Bygdin in the Jotunheimen mountains.
In the Jotunheimen mountains, you can cross the turquoise waters of the Gjende mountain lake aboard the Gjende boat.
But your pulse will quicken again if you set out to cross the renowned Besseggen mountain ridge nearby.
Several of Norway’s national parks are also located in Eastern Norway, offering plenty of other peaks to climb.
Check out the best hikes in the region!
Are you always the first one to hit the slopes when there's snow?
Eastern Norway has several of the biggest ski resorts in the country.
Read more about attractions and great places to stay and eat – plan your trip to Eastern Norway.
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