Of all the Scandinavian countries, Norway is the furtherest west, north, and east. Well known for its fjords, viking past, and rocky wilderness, Norway is a stunning country of unspoiled nature.
Norway's capital Oslo is a lively hub of culture and history, with museums of note like the Henrik Ibsen Museum or the Munch Museum, plus the royal palace and the fortress of Akershus and many green parks within the city.
Other top attractions of the country are found in the old city of Bergen, with its 14th century crooked, colorful houses. Try taking a cruises around the deep fjords, a trip on the Flam railway through scenic paradise, or discover the true hills and valleys of real authentic Norway. The land of mythical trolls and goblins, old nordic folktales, and stunning villages nestled into hills awaits. Explore the entire coast on the Hurtigruten coastal ferry, passing coastal fjords, remote villages, craggy headlands and across the Arctic Circle. Hikers will head to the well-maintained hiking trails of Jotunheimen National Park, where glaciers and mountains tower above trekkers.
A trip to Norway is not complete without seeing the aurora borealis, or Northern Lights. Visible during the long Arctic winter from October to March
Summer (June - August) means longer days and of course the midnight sun, winter means a chance to see the magical Northern Lights.