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World class food, innovative architecture, music and museums; just a few of the things in store for visitors to this amazing capital city of Norway. Oslo is a ‘green’ city and was awarded the prestigious title of ‘European Green Capital’ in 2019. More than half of the city is covered in forests and parks and the fjord extends all the way in to the city centre. Much of the centre itself is car-free but a quick and efficient public transport system means it is easily accessible and hassle free to navigate. Whether you want to swim, go kayaking, island hopping or visiting one of the many amazing art exhibitions or museums there is something for everyone. A year round city with plenty of activities and experiences on offer to delight any guest whether it be for a city break or a stopover.

Fjord Norway

In Fjord Norway there is always an adventure just around the corner. Hiking, skiing, glacier walks or fjord cruises there are plenty of options for even the most discerning visitor. Throughout the region there are high mountains, deep fjords, landscapes to take your breath away and a wealth of culture and local food. What more could you want? Explore the Art Nouveau town of Ålesund, drive along the Trollstigen roads or visit the emerald lakes and spectacular mountains of Nordfjord; wherever you go in Fjord Norway the most important piece of equipment you will need is a camera to capture the most picturesque place on earth!

Northern Norway

Northern Norway is exciting in the summertime with hiking and cycling at the forefront; but in wintertime it comes alive. Cities such as Trømso and Alta are fit to burst with culture, museums, restaurants and nightlife but outside of these cities it is an adventurer’s dream with snow-based activities such as dog sledding, snowmobiling and Sami cultural experiences. If visitors head right to the tip of Northern Norway they can go to the North Cape with it’s impressive viewpoint over the Arctic Ocean towards the North Pole or go king crab fishing in one of the pretty coastal villages such as Honningsvåg. If photography is your thing then you can’t go wrong with a trip to the Lofoten islands, Senja or Vesterålen; some of the most instagram-worthy destinations imaginable – even on a bad day!

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