Modern conveniences have made it much easier to get around in Norway. These days, trains, boats, roads, and a network of large and small airports are all making it quite practical to see any part of the country.
You won’t find a more relaxing way to see and experience coastal Norway than on board a cruise ship. It’s a moving hotel room that gives you all the comforts of home and lets you take in the joys of Norway’s long coastline.
Travel is all about feeling good. Discover how you can explore Norway with a cleaner conscience by visiting sustainable destinations, eating delicious local food, and participating in Instagram-friendly green adventures.
Go electric – by train, on super silent sightseeing boats, or in an Instagram-friendly vehicle. Go healthy – eat local food from enthusiastic farmers. Go greener – and discover the wonderful people and places in Norway that give the little extra and make you feel great.
Greener, cleaner – and more authentic. Visit a sustainable destination on your next adventure! Here, they are taking extra good care of the environment, their unique culture, the local community and last but not least – you!
Go on a green city break to Oslo, a capital without crowds, and with one foot in the fjord and one in the forest! Eat organic, sleep sustainably, and travel electric in this years European Green Capital.
We want you to be happy in Norway, and enjoy your time here as much as you possibly can. Happy guests come back, and before you know it we have made friends for life. Makes sense, then, to share our best tips to make your stay a good one.
Book your trip to Norway now and get the most out of your holiday budget – the Norwegian krone is almost historically weak compared to many currencies right now. You can also save a great deal by reading our guide to budget travel in Norway.
All aboard! Let the train take you comfortably to the fjords, across mountains, to the happy south, or north of the Arctic Circle. These eight railway rides are among the most beautiful rail journeys in the world.
If you are going to hike in the Norwegian mountains, it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the Norwegian mountain code. The code applies all year round and helps you stay safe if something unexpected happens on an excursion.
Due to the temperate waters of the Gulf Stream, Norway has a much milder climate than other parts of the world at the same latitude, such as Alaska, Greenland, and Siberia. Still, Norway has a lot of weather.
Choose from around 500 quality-oriented places that are members of HANEN, an organization that promotes local food, thoughtful service, activities in nature, and a good night’s sleep in peaceful surroundings.