Imagine driving along some of Norway’s most spectacular roads …
… cycling through beautiful cultural landscapes …
… hiking in lush valleys …
… and exploring islands and islets along the Norwegian coast.
You can do it all. But with so many options, how do you start planning?
Time to find out!
Our country is one of great variations and vast distances. It takes a looong time to travel from the southernmost part to the northern regions, but that doesn’t mean you can’t experience a lot of Norway in a week – or even three days.
You just have to plan for an epic tour! Focus on a region or a specific area, and see more than just the main city there. Or if you have a bucket list activity, find out where you can go to tick that off the list – and do other fun stuff while you’re there as well.
Perhaps you love to feel the wind in your hair as you give your legs a workout? See Norway from a bike! If you prefer to keep your feet firmly on the ground, wander from cabin to cabin and explore our mountainous areas.
If you like to lean back and take in the scenery without any legwork, plan a road trip along some of Norway’s most scenic routes. In fact, we think they’re the world’s most beautiful roads, but we’re also biased – so you really should see them for yourself.
Hot tip: Rent an electric car and make your car journey more environmentally friendly. Another green way to travel across long distances is to take the train. And luckily for you, we have some of the worlds most stunning rail routes.
You can also experience a lot of coastal culture in a few days, as we have one of the longest coastlines in the world. Explore the most remote areas of Northern Norway with public transportation, go island hopping, cruise from cities to fishing villages with Hurtigruten, or discover one of the regions in Fjord Norway.
There are so many cool places to see, but remember that an adventure is not only about your final destination. When you plan your travel route, make sure you include time to explore hidden gems along the way, like local eateries, architectural masterpieces, and spectacular restrooms – because when you have to go, why not do it in style?
And don’t forget to book a stay at one of our unique accommodations if you happen to travel near one of them. Some are even worth a detour.
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