A list of Must visit places in Norway

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Every time you go on a trip to Norway, you can expect to find an incredible mix of cultural and natural wonders which are all fascinating to the eyes. Norway is blessed with plenty of attractions from the cosmopolitan Oslo to the amazing snow-capped mountain peaks and stunning deep fjords that offer visitors quite a spectacle. Add this to the fact that getting around the country is easy and affordable courtesy of the amazing transit system with countless of sightseeing opportunities and you can understand why Norway is such a tourist hub. In this piece, we are going to look at some of the top-notch places that are a must visit while on your tour to Norway.

Western Fjords

Western Fjords

Western Fjords

Located in West Norway, the Western Fjords are rated among the most famous and dramatic fjord in Norway. They may vary in appearance but some of their distinguishing characteristic is that the Western Fjords are normally narrow, deep and surrounded by steep rock faces. One of the most famous Western Fjord include the Geirangerfjord.

Bergen

Bergen

Bergen

As both the leading western port and the second largest city in Norway, Bergen has a lot to offer in terms of top attractions. One of the top attractions found here include the 15th century waterfront in Bryggen district which ranks as both a tourist destination and a working port. The city provides you with a perfect opportunity of going on fjord tours Norway and also taking part in many other lucrative activities.

Arctic Circle

Arctic Circle

Arctic Circle

You can visit the Arctic Circle if you are looking to marvel at the impressive Midnight Sun and the Aurora Borealis. The fact that a sizable part of northern Norway is located within the Arctic Circle provides you with a perfect opportunity of exploring some of the attractions that are on offer. You can plan for a summertime visit because this is the period when you’ll get to experience the endless days as the sun barely sets. Besides that, the Northern Lights also offer quite a spectacle in winter. Therefore, regardless of whether you choose to visit during summer or winter, you can be rest assured that you’ll find something worth enjoying in Norway.

 Lillehammer

Lillehammer

Lillehammer

An all year round tourit destination that plays host to tourist from all around the world who come to enjoy attractions such as the Malhaugen Park and notable landmarks such as Peer Gynt’s Cottage. During summer time, the park offers visitors a reason to want to come to Lillehammer while in winter, the site forms a perfect spectacle for endless activities such as: skiing, curling, sleigh rides and skating to name but a few.
What to see in Norway
Besides the aforementioned sites, Norway offers visitors plenty of options when it comes to things to see and do in Norway. Attractions such as: National Day, Hurtiguruten, cruises, the scenic Rail Route and the mountains and glaciers offers visitors with an array of options worth exploring.

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