Slow Travel in Norway

Have you ever felt more exhausted after a trip than before you left? Then you have probably done the exact opposite of slow travel!

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The "New Normal" when Traveling

What the “new normal” looks like for travel in Norway

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Your Guide to Norway

Find out everything you need to know about Norway

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Traveling Tips as Borders Opens

Gets some tips for traveling in Norway as boarders opens up

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The Perfect Destination for Adventure Travelers

Do you have an adventurous spirit?

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Sustainable Tourism

What is sustainable tourism and why is it important?

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How to Prepare for The Norwegian Weather

There is no such thing as bad weather

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The Fjords of Norway

Amazing, fascinating, alluring and spellbinding

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Eco-Friendly Travel in Norway

Let us help you to travel green

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8 UNESCO Sites in Norway

Norway is home to some truly ancient and colorful attractions and some of these are even designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites

Photo: Bergen Tourist Board, Girish Chouhan, Visitbergen.Com

Five Days in Norway

How to make the most out of five days in Norway


Facts about Norway

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Articles / 22 Dec 2021
Trolltunga Hiking

Each year, travelers from all over the world come to Trolltunga, Norway, hoping to experience the breathtaking cliffs and awe-inspiring views that have made this rock formation internationally recognized. This article will give a complete guide on everything you need to know about hiking Trolltunga!

Articles / 21 Dec 2021
Christmas in Tromsø

Tromsø is one of the most popular Norwegian Christmas destinations, and you can’t go wrong with a visit to this polar city during the holidays. If you’re looking for that magical Christmas feeling, there’s no better place to find it than Tromsø.

Articles / 21 Dec 2021
Winter Activities in Norway

If you're looking for a winter escape from home, Norway might be just the ticket. Wintertime is the perfect time to take advantage of the fantastic natural landscape in Norway and explore one of the most beautiful countries in Europe. Not only does Norway offer excellent skiing conditions, but several existing winter activities are just waiting to be discovered!

Articles / 15 Dec 2021
Christmas in Bergen

Bergen is one of the top destinations for travelers to Norway, and Christmastime in Bergen is a real experience. Enjoying the festive season in Bergen is sure to get you in the Christmas spirit, with plenty of fun and cozy sights to see and activities to take part in – from Christmas markets to the world’s biggest gingerbread town, Bergen has it all!

Articles / 14 Dec 2021
Things to do in Tromsø in the winter

If you’re looking for a winter destination that offers picturesque landscapes, delectable food, memorable nature experiences, and plenty of winter charm, then the vibrant city of Tromsø is the place for you. Dubbed “the Paris of the north”, this city is one of the best to celebrate Christmas due to the magical feel of the city.

Articles / 13 Dec 2021
Whale-spotting in Norway

There are plenty of fantastic outdoor activities in Norway, but whale-watching is undoubtedly one of the most interesting. Norway is one of the best places to see whales, and tourists from both near and far have travelled to Norway to catch a glimpse of these fascinating creatures.

Articles / 13 Dec 2021
Why should you do our Norway in a Nutshell tour during the winter?

Norway sees plenty of visitors from all over the world every year, and winter is a very popular time to visit Norway due to the snowy winter landscape and varied opportunities for snow and winter activities. On our Norway in a nutshell® tour, you can get everything that you need for a perfect winter getaway.

Articles / 9 Dec 2021
Guide to Bodø

The charming town of Bodø is the perfect gateway to natural wonders, historical treasures, and cultural immersion in Norway. From hiking the glaciers to drinking delicious locally brewed beer, there is something in this Norwegian town for everyone. Vibrant, lively, and exciting, this Norwegian city often goes unmentioned by many tour guides but is a true hidden gem well worth visiting for any traveler!

Articles / 8 Dec 2021
What is Lefse

Whether you’re planning to visit Norway or are just interested in Norwegian culture and tradition, you’ll want to find out more about lefse. Lefse has a long-standing history as a traditional food in Norway, and it remains about as popular today as it was a hundred years ago. Let’s take a closer look at what this tasty, simple food is all about!

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