Norway is a vast country, with an extensive range of facilities, including world-famous fjords and outstanding cultural heritage. Below are a few of these famous locations.
Fjord of Geiranger
The Geiranger Fjord covered by UNESCO is one of Norway's most famous fjords. Take a tour with a local guide or drive up to a viewpoint on the Trollstigen mountain road and get a great view.
Funicular Mount Fløyen (Floibanen)
When in Bergen, this is a must-see. The funicular takes you all day long to Climb Fløyen for great views of Bergen.
Sparks of Vigil
Vigelandsparken, one artist and a hallmark of more than 200 sculptures in bronze, granite, and woody iron, is the world's largest sculpture park.
This stunning natural viewpoint 604 meters above sea level is the most popular tourist attraction in Ryfylke. Make the 4-hour walk to Preikestolen for the best and most Instagrammable viewing conditions between April and October.
The Opera and Ballet of Norway
Join local people and climb up the roof of this building which is architecturally beautiful and appears to rise from the Fjord of Oslo like an iceberg. Discover an opera, or just a ballet, or take a great look.
Museum of the Polar Ship
The Fram Polar Ship of the 19th century has sailed further north and south of the world than any wooden ship. Explore an unbelievable portion of the Norwegian past and explorations at this museum.
The Hanseatic Wharf of Bryggen
Since the Viking Age, this wharf was one of the major trade centers in Bergen. Numerous artists who make jewelry, textiles, and leather goods now reside in the historic houses of the 14th and mid-16th centuries.
The Ski and Jump Tower of Holmenkollen
If you are channeling your Eddie the Eagle interior or just want spectacular views of Ski Jump Tower over the city of Oslo. The Ski Museum is the oldest in the world and holds four thousand years of the history of skiing.
Cathedral of Nidarosdomen and Nidaros
The cathedral is located in Trondheim in the northernmost part of the country. It is home to the crown of the Norwegian king and coronation items and the tomb of St. Olav, the patron saint of Norway.
Kristiansand Zoo and Amusement Park is the best place to encounter non-human Norwegians in the family. Experience Nordic animals and animals from Africa and Asia in their natural habitats.
Stavanger old Old
173 wooden buildings dating back to the 18th century can be found on the west side of Vågen. The area is well preserved with many galleries and art shops and makes Old Stavanger.
Europe's northernmost point is a unique European region. Experience the sun and northern lights at night and get acquainted with the people who called this wild country home.
Museum of Viking Boats
The Vikings are a vital part of any journey in Scandinavia, and what is the best way than by their famous boats? Some of the best-preserved Viking ships in the world - and even people in Oslo's Viking Ship Museum - are kept.
The Slotzekleiven trail leading to Sandviksfjellet is one of Bergen's most popular trails. The the722 steps up are hard work, but they are worthwhile to take in spectacular views when you hit the top.
Fjord of Hardanger
The fjord of Hardanger is 179 km (111 miles) long, making it the world's third-longest fjord. At its depth of 900 meters, it is suitable for an active holiday mixing natural and cultural activity. This is the best place to unwind.
Museum and National Gallery National
Edvard Munch's The Scream and Norway's finest collection of paintings, sketches, and sculptures can be found in the National Museum. On a trip to Oslo, you are a must-visit.
The "Troll Tongue" is one of Norway's most beautiful scenic cliffs. The cliff is 1,100 meters above sea level and it takes between 10-12 hours to walk there and back.
Peninsula of Bygdøy
In the sunny summer, the Bygdøy Peninsula is Oslo's base of the museum, with beaches, forests, and ice cream stands as well.
The National Heritage Museum of Norway
The museum is situated in the aforesaid Bygdøy and comprises 150 buildings, all of which form a large open-air museum that illustrates the history, social groups, and regions of various Norwegian lives.
Tromsø is located 321 km north of the Arctic Circle and houses the university, bruising, and cathedral to the north. The city is the largest university in the world. The northern wilderness of Norway is a perfect place to explore.
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