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Norway's capital city boasts a spectacular setting at the head of a 110 km long oslofjord. Drenched with historic charm, oslo is the oldest of the scandinavian capitals and was founded around 1050 by norwegian king harald hardrade.
Viking Ship Museum:
The viking ship museum displays the large viking ships oseberg, gokstad and tune. The three ships are the best preserved viking ships known. The ships were equipped with unique treasures such as wagons, horses and especially textiles which are seldom preserved from the viking age, now on exhibit at the museum. Holmenkollen ski jump:at the very top of oslo towers the new holmenkollen ski jump - the world's most modern ski jump. Holmenkollen ski jump is the newest in the world. While visiting this engineering marvel you could take a elevator to the observatory to have magnificent view of oslo.
Akershus Castle (Akershus Slott):
For 700 years the akershus fortress has been standing over oslo to ward off all attempts to invade the city from sea.  Akershus castle includes several magnificent halls, the akershus castle church, the royal mausoleum, models of the castle, the government's reception rooms and banquet halls.
 Vigeland Sculpture Park:
One of the artistic highlights of norway is the sculpture park in oslo. The park contains 192 sculptures with more than 600 figures, all modeled in full size by gustav vigeland showing human emotions.
Karl Johans Gate Norway's best - known and busiest thoroughfare is karl johans gate. It is named after king of norway and sweden, karl johan 1818 - 44.
The Royal Palace:
The royal palace in oslo was built in the first half of the 19th century as the norwegian residence of norwegian and swedish king charles iii (carl johan, charles xiv of sweden) and is the official residence of the present norwegian monarch. The crown prince couple resides at skaugum in asker west of oslo.
The name "flam" means "little place between steep mountains." flam is situated in the innermost part of the aurlandsfjord, a tributary of the 204 kilometers long and up to 1308 meters deep sognefjord. Surrounded by steep mountainsides, roaring waterfalls and deep valleys, flam is a paradise for everyone looking for a one-of-a-kind experience with nature.
Surrounded by seven hills and seven fjords, bergen is a beautiful, charming city. With the unesco world heritage-listed bryggen and buzzing vagen harbor as its centerpiece, bergen climbs the hillsides with hundreds of timber-clad houses, while cable cars offer stunning views from above. Throw in great museums, friendly locals and a dynamic cultural life and bergen amply rewards as much time as you can give it.
Funicular Train Ride:
The fløibanen funicular in bergen is one of the most popular attractions in all of norway. The funicular ride up to the top of fløyen mountain (320 meters above sea level) takes 5-6 minutes. The ride itself is spectacular and the views of bergen only improve the closer you get to the top.
Fish market:the famous fish market which is a part of torget. Torget means "the market", and here you will also find fruit, vegetables, flowers, handicrafts, and souvenirs. The fish market is one of the most visited tourist attractions in this town.
The hanseatic wharf:bergen's first buildings were erected along the old hanseatic wharf, bryggen, which has been a lively and important part of the city through the centuries. This site, which features onunesco's world heritage list, comprises the remains of the old harbor buildings and is one of the best known medieval city settlements in norway.
Norway's longest and deepest fjord, the sognefjord, lies in the heart of the norwegian fjord country called fjord norway and extends more than 200 km inland to the national parks of jotunheimen and jostedalsbreen. The fjord reaches a maximum depth of 1,308 meters (4,291 ft) below sea level, and the greatest depths are found in the inland parts of the fjord.
This idyllic village on the main sognefjord with its narrow fjord branches and scenic and lush mountain landscape. Here you will find high mountains, deep fjords and peace and quiet.
You can enjoy various day tours, activities, hiking trails and cultural and art experiences.
Alesund And Sunnmore:
The city of alesund is known for its architecture in art nouveau style, its surrounding fjords and the high peaks of the sunnmøre alps
The town is  globally known for hosting the 1994 winter olympics. It is part of the traditional region of gudbrandsdal. In addition to the olympic site, lillehammer offers a number of other tourist attractions: visit maihaugen open air museum, the olympic museum and the olympic ski jumping arena. You can also enjoy the beauty of norway's largestlake, mjøsa.
The geirangerfjord is one of norway's most popular sights and part of sognafjord.. The geirangerfjord offers visitors three breathtaking waterfalls hitting the fjord on both sides of the waterway:the seven sisters(with seven falls),the bridal veil, and thesuitor.popular activities here are hiking and fishing and renting boats and kayaks.
The trollstigen mountain road is one of norway's most dramatic and most visited attractions. One can engage in activities like bring hiking shoes, bicycle, skis, glacier equipment, binoculars and camera, and you will have great experiences, and memories to last a lifetime.
Trondheim is the oldest of norway's major cities, and its old heritage can still be traced in and around the city centre. The city boasts a rich, cultural heritage, but is still a major centre. Even if the size is modest, there's a lot going on in trondheim. Music, arts, culture, alternative politics, nightlife, student life... All combines into making trondheim one of the most exciting city centers of northern europe. The marvelousnidaros cathedral, the largest church of northern europe, towers over the city centre, which is roughly the area inside the serpentining nidelva river.
Alta :
It is an excellent starting point not only for excursions to attractions and activities around alta, but to kautokeino, hammerfest, the north cape and karasjok as well. Each year in march, the weeklong borealis winter festival takes place, engaging the local population and attracting visitors from the whole region. During the festival the visitor can experience northern europe´s largest dog sled race.
The North Cape:
Northern scandinavia's most popular travel destination - and for good reason. The north cape is a monumental natural experience, along with breathtaking views and unusual climatic conditions. Here one can experience midnight sun in summer and in winter aurora borealis (northern lights)
It is the largest city and the largest urban area in northern norway the capital of the arctic is a lively, humorous and beautiful city packed with culture and history, and surrounded by mountains, fjords and islands. In summer you have a chance here to experience midnight sun.
The landscape in hammerfest is varied, from alpine terrain to broad, cultivated shorelines, and the nature is both beautiful and easily accessible. The natural surroundings are the real thing and it is to be enjoyed actively! In these areas, one finds fjords and straits, rivers and lakes, moors, valleys and a hint of wilderness plains.
The Lofoten Island:
This island is an archipelago of five big and five small islands in the northern norway, west of narvik and around 200 km north of the arctic circle. The extraordinary climate of the islands is caused by the warming effect of the gulf stream. It also dries the rock very quickly after heavy rain. The lofoten islands are said to be one of the most beautiful climbing areas on earth.
Norway In Nutshell
This round trip is the most popular round trip in norway. It takes you on a journey through some of the most beautiful scenery in fjord norway, and includes breathtaking experiences on the bergen railway, the flam railway, the aurlandsfjord, the nærøyfjord and the steep stalheimskleiva road. The tour is available from bergen, voss and oslo all year round.
The flam railway, which passes through the beautiful, narrow flam valley, is regarded as a masterpiece of norwegian engineering. The only thing lacking when the railway line between oslo and bergen was opened in 1909, was a branch line to the sognefjord. In order to assure a transport route to the fjord, work was begun on the flam railway in 1923. It was to take 20 years to complete.






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