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The Plus in Magnor .
Photo: Illustration: BIG / Verve
The Plus in Magnor .
Photo: Illustration: BIG / Verve
  1. 1. The Plus

    Looks amazing, doesn't it?

    Norwegian furniture manufacturer Vestre has bold plans in Magnor in Eastern Norway.

    Say hello to The Plus, the world's most environmentally friendly furniture factory, designed by Danish architectural firm BIG.

    The Plus in Magnor .
    Photo: Illustration: BIG/Vestre
    The Plus in Magnor .
    Photo: Illustration: BIG/Vestre

    The furniture factory will open in summer 2022, and will include a visitor centre and a 300-acre park with art installations, playground, picnic areas and more – perfect for family fun!

    The Plus's roof will be accessible to visitors, all year round. Which means you can get a close up view of the manufacturing process, while enjoying the beautiful nature in the surroundings.

    The Plus in Magnor .
    Photo: Illustration: BIG/Vestre
    The Plus in Magnor .
    Photo: Illustration: BIG/Vestre
  2. 2. The new National Museum

    The new National Museum is opening in Oslo in June 2022.

    See collections from the National Gallery, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Norwegian Museum of Decorative Arts and Design, all under one roof!

    Before the grand opening, you can stop by the information centre Mellomstasjonen, where you can see how the largest art museum in the Nordics will be when completed.

    Find more museum experiences below.

    The new National Museum .
    Photo: Iwan Baan
    The new National Museum .
    Photo: Iwan Baan
  3. 3. The European Region of Gastronomy

    The Trøndelag region, which includes Trondheim, is the European Region of Gastronomy in 2022. Come along and celebrate with food festivals, cider tastings, cooking classes, and more!

    Food and drink in Trondheim .
    Photo: Martin Håndlykken / Visitnorway.com
    Food and drink in Trondheim .
    Photo: Martin Håndlykken / Visitnorway.com

    Indulge in a fantastic culinary experience at one of Trondheim's three Michelin-starred restaurants, and get inside tips on the best things to eat, see, and do from one of the city's renowned chefs, Live Krangnes Edvardsen.

    Michelin Nordic Countries Sommelier award-winner Henrik Dahl Jansen will help you find the perfect wine to go with your Michelin-starred meal at Speilsalen in the five-star Britannia Hotel.

    Palmehaven restaurant at Hotel Britannia in Trondheim .
    Photo: Fredrik Ahlsen / Visit Norway
    Palmehaven restaurant at Hotel Britannia in Trondheim .
    Photo: Fredrik Ahlsen / Visit Norway
  4. 4. Sommerro

    Experience Oslo's first rooftop pool and bar, indulge in fantastic Nordic-Japanese dishes, and sleep in a lavish suite or a cosy loft space afterwards! Oslo's new hotel, Sommerro, exudes luxury and comfort.

    Sommerro Hotel in Oslo .
    Photo: Illustration: Sommerro
    Sommerro Hotel in Oslo .
    Photo: Illustration: Sommerro

    The hotel is located in the former headquarters of Oslo Lysverker, the city's power company, in one of the city's oldest neighbourhood, Frogner.

    With several amazing restaurants and bars, and an incredible spa, this is the perfect place for a relaxing getaway for both couples, friends and families.

    The hotel opens in September 2022.

    Check out more unique new accommodation options below.

    Sommerro Hotel in Oslo .
    Photo: Sommerro
    Sommerro Hotel in Oslo .
    Photo: Sommerro
  5. 5. Explore the heavy water cellar

    From summer 2022, you can join an exclusive tour in the new heavy water cellar visitor centre at Vemork Power Plant, where Norwegian saboteurs carried out one of the best-known sabotage operation of World War II, preventing the development of nuclear weapons.

    The Vemork Power Plant also houses the Norwegian Industrial Workers Museum and the World Heritage Centre.

    Learn about the area's industrial history and the dramatic events that took place in Rjukan during World War II.

    Vemork .
    Photo: Norsk industriarbeidermuseum
    Vemork .
    Photo: Norsk industriarbeidermuseum
  6. 6. HUB riding

    HUB riding is an exciting concept organised by Straand Hotel in Vrådal that is perfect for motorcyclists and cyclists. You can use the hotel as a base (or hub) and ride or cycle varied and exciting routes every day during your stay.

    HUB riding .
    Photo: Straand Hotel/Visit Telemark
    HUB riding .
    Photo: Straand Hotel/Visit Telemark

    Take a ride in some of Norway's best terrain, and check out interesting sights and restaurants along the way. 

    You can bring a friend along, or make a new one at the hotel after your ride!

    HUB riding .
    Photo: Straand Hotel/Visit Telemark
    HUB riding .
    Photo: Straand Hotel/Visit Telemark
  7. 7. Havila Voyages

    All aboard the most environmentally friendly ships on the Norwegian coast between Bergen and Kirkenes! Havila Voyages sails all year round. Voyage through deep fjords and get an up close view of the dramatic coast.

    Havila Voyages .
    Photo: Capella
    Havila Voyages .
    Photo: Capella

    More big maritime news: Holland Norway Lines is set to become the first company to offer ferry cruises across the North Sea between Eemshaven in the Netherlands and Kristiansand.

    The ship will have six weekly departures, starting in April 2022.

    Romantika .
    Photo: Holland Norway Lines
    Romantika .
    Photo: Holland Norway Lines
  8. 8. Norwegian Scenic Routes: Hop on!

    The Norwegian Scenic Routes are all about combining breathtaking nature with cutting-edge architecture. In 2022, a new rest area and viewpoint, designed by Snøhetta, will open at Trælvikosen on the coast of Helgeland.

    Walk across 55 stepping stones, towards a small islet with a big view! The rocks mark a tidal line, and are fully visible at low tide, and completely submerged at high tide.

    Trælvikosen .
    Photo: Lars Grimsby
    Trælvikosen .
    Photo: Lars Grimsby

    9. Hot saunas

    Heat up and cool down. A sauna revolution is happening in Norway, with lots of brand-new saunas popping up all the time! 

    In Fjærlandsfjord, you can combine relaxing in the sauna with a refreshing dip in the fjord at Dampen and Vetle Dampen! Looking for a challenge? Try swimming in the winter.

    Check out more exciting new saunas.

    Dampen Sauna Fjærland .
    Photo: Falkeblikk AS
    Dampen Sauna Fjærland .
    Photo: Falkeblikk AS

    10. Unique places to stay

    Wake up in a cone in the middle of the treetops on Mount Fløyen in BergenThe Cone is an excellent example of Norway's emerging contemporary wood architecture, and a truly unique place to stay. 

    Climb the ladder and enjoy the view of the city, the mountains, and the sea!

    And...

    The Cone .
    Photo: Endre Knudsen
    The Cone .
    Photo: Fløyen/Endre Knudsen

    ...get ready for another memorable overnight stay.

    At BesteBakken you can sleep in a glass house, surrounded by beautiful nature and alpacas. What a perfect combo!

    Can't get enough of this sweet, quirky animal? Join a guided walk with alpacas.

    Scroll down for more unique places to stay.

    BesteBakken sleep with alpacas .
    Photo: Jan M. Lillebø
    BesteBakken sleep with alpacas .
    Photo: Jan M. Lillebø

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