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You are in Norway, therefore no reason to stay indoors. Here are some fun things to do, whether you're visiting the coast, the mountains or somewhere in between.
The glaciers, mountains and waterfalls are all about raw, sublime power. On the other hand, natural wonders such as the northern lights, the fjords and quiet mountain plateaus highlight Norway’s serene qualities.
You’ve seen the fjords, the northern lights and tasted all kinds of exotic Norwegian food. Now it’s the children’s turn ...
The earliest traces of humans in Norway date back to the last ice age. You may wonder what these people of ancient cultures would have thought of the ultra-modern new wave of Norwegian design and architecture.
The new wave of Scandinavian fashion and design has made Norway an attractive destination for fastidious shoppers.
Oslo is a large, Scandinavian culture hub, with countless festivals, concerts and museums. But remote villages have much to offer as well. See what’s happening where you are going.
Norway is a country of great variations and vast distances. If you want to have it all, you will need time – or simply take the easy way out and do a round trip.
Sofia, Ishtar and Simon were blown away by the sights on their road trip in Norway. From summer skiing to skinny dipping, the best way to enjoy Norwegian summer is to travel around.
I Nordvest kan du vandre, padle, sykle, fiske og dra på spekkhoggersafari, eller du kan utforske lokale huler eller dykke i Atlanterhavet.
Children come first in Norway. Line Konstali, editor of a website with activities for children, shares her preferred fun-to-dos.
We joined the train driver and crew at work on the beautiful Flåm railway.
With a coastline longer than the equator and opportunities for catching cod of record breaking proportions, chances are you will get hooked on sea fishing in Norway.
Stunning leaps leading to deserted expanses of powder snow, or large ski resorts with all modern conveniences. Either way, it all goes downhill from here.
Up, down, all around. During winter, you will find groomed trails for cross-country skiing crisscrossing the entire country.
Norway may not have the best courses in the world by traditional standards, but playing at a white beach under the midnight sun is something you won’t forget that easily.
With summer activities such as hiking, fishing, horseback riding or golf, Hedmark is the ideal spot for some peace and relaxation.
Go on a bird safari on the island of Runde, try hiking in the Sunnmøre Alps or check out one of the many annual festivals in the Ålesund area.
Hiking, mountain biking, sky diving, alpine skiing ... From jazz to extreme sports, Voss offers a wide range of activities and festivals year round.
Vesterålen has a lot of opportunities, whether you want to explore the islands yourself or are more interested in guided trips and safaris.
In Valdres you can go hiking, fishing, cycling, golfing and rafting in summer, and dog sledding, cross-country and alpine skiing in winter.
Family activities include whitewater rafting, fishing, hiking, golf and biking in summer, and in winter Trysil becomes Norway's largest ski resort.
Norway is large. Far larger than most people realise. We recommend focusing on one region at a time, and coming back to see the rest later. If you only plan one trip to Norway, take your time as you travel; make the journey itself your destination.
Planning your trip well helps you get what you want and find the experiences you wish for, without risking your hard-earned days off. And if you don't know what you want, we're happy to help you find some ideas.
In Norway everyone has the unrestricted right of free access in the countryside, including the national parks.
Norway is a country of outstanding natural beauty, with dramatic waterfalls, crystal clear fjords, majestic mountains, and spectacular glaciers. Preserving this landscape, its communities, and their way of life is essential for locals and visitors alike.