A traditional Norwegian Christmas lasts more than a few days: it’s a whole season with specific rituals and preparations. The snow that covers most of the country and the dark nights add a magical touch to the holiday spirit.
The Norwegian cuisine is very varied and healthy. Try delicious king crab, freshly caught fish and sea weed with a hint of truffle. To get a taste the forest, try moose, reindeer and game, accompanied by wild berries and chanterelles. The flavors of our countryside includes tender lamb, cured meat and some of the world´s best cheese.
Experience dot queen Yayoi Kusama and the sensational new exhibition space The Twist at the Kistefos-Museet, as well as the fabulous glass products at Hadeland Glassverk. The Hadeland area not far from Oslo is an absolute must-go for art lovers.
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.
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.
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