Ten must-see places to visit in Norway

Norway is definitely one of the most beautiful countries to visit as a tourist. Between picturesque cities, fjords, and remote, unspoiled landscapes, a visit to the Scandinavian country is certainly one to consider at least once in a lifetime.

A characteristic country of Scandinavia, in its northernmost regions it is also possible to see the Northern Lights, one of the most beautiful nature spectacles of all.

But what exactly are the places worth visiting? Find out with us with this evocative gallery that will help you plan your personal dream trip.

Helge Høifødt -
Surrounded by the Oslo Fjord and rich forests, Olso was "European Green Capital" in 2019. Lots of events every day, wonderful and special food, a lively and moving city surrounded by a typical and timeless landscape. An hour's drive away is Hadeland, a beautiful Norwegian museum.
Svein-Magne Tunli - -
It is the Arctic capital in northern Norway. Wonderful things can be seen and done here: the Northern Lights, the Midnight Sun, whale safari, alpine skiing, and much more. From here you can also reach the North Cape, the northernmost point in Europe.
Knut Arne Gjertsen -
This is the perfect place for Norwegians in the summer months, a true idyll. So many hours of sunshine, thousands of islands and a perfect climate make Kristiansand a paradise on earth. A short distance from Kristiansand, the lighthouse at Lindesnes is the southernmost point on the Norwegian mainland.
Trondheim Havn from Trondheim, Norway -
A quaint university town, it is the home of "Nordic taste," and is therefore a regular stop to try real Scandinavian food, both in starred restaurants and in typical, traditional taverns. Also perfect for sports enthusiasts, you can go fishing, cycling and skiing, or walk one of the nine pilgrimage routes of the Way of St. Olav.
Florian Pépellin -
This town, too, is a mixture of old-world and old-world, with wooden cottages and starred restaurants. This place has some of the largest white sand beaches in the country, and is also perfect for beach life and surfing.
Mikiwikipikidikipedia -
Norway's most famous fjord, it is one of the most striking natural landscapes in the world and a must if you visit the Scandinavian region. The Northwest is also home to Molde, the city of jazz, and the "cod capital" Kristiansund.
Svein-Magne Tunli - -
The fjords are one of the World Heritage Sites, yet here they meet an innovative area full of life, with cutting-edge food and music and innovative fashion. From Bergen you can access some of the world's most famous fjords, such as Sognefjord in the north, Norway's longest and deepest fjord, and theHardangerfjord.
sempreinvacanzablog -
Fishing villages and picture-postcard landscapes welcome you to this beautiful Scandinavian region. It is preferable to visit this place not in summer, given the high influx of people. Also a skiing paradise, passing along the coastal road, between Trøndelag and Bodø, is the route voted among the most scenic in the world.
patron -
The islands Svalbard are located in the middle of the Arctic Ocean (midway between Norway and the North Pole), and here we are literally talking about wilderness. Polar bears and walruses can be found here, as well as the opportunity for beautiful activities such as snowmobile racing, sleedog, visiting ice caves and more. A total of about 3,000 people live on the islands.
Espen Hagejordet -
Southern valleys
Huge forests, stupendous plateaus and very deep valleys are the landscape you will find before you in this area of Norway. It is here that you will find some of the largest ski resorts, such as Geilo, Trysil, and Hemsedal, as well as the nature parks Dovrefjell, Jotunheimen and Rondane.
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