Any direction out of Oslo will take you to lush landscapes, rich history, and culture. The region around the Norwegian capital is easily accessible and offers a great number of possibilities for day and round trips.
“Our fjords have numerous natural attractions that are well-suited for the whole family”, says Julie Strandheim at the Bergen based Fjord Norway, the official tourist board of the fjords. Here are a few highlights to start your planning.
There is only one way up to the peak of the mountain pass, and it’s as steep and winding as is gets. Part of these driving enthusiasts’ thrill is to see how their grand tourers stand the test. Join us for the yearly Gentlemen Drivers Weekend (GDW).
Driving will never be boring through the Østerdalen valley, nicknamed The Green Shortcut. There are plenty of things to see, do, and eat along the swiftest stretch between the capital of Oslo and Norway’s third largest city, Trondheim.
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.
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