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      Norway

      Wondering when would be the best time to watch the Northern Lights in Norway? Head for an Aurora Northern Lights all day adventure to Svalbard these winters! Svalbard is an archipelago situated between the Arctic North Pole and the Norwegian mainland Read more

      Norway, the land of the Norse Gods, is literally a traveler’s paradise. It is blessed with the most pristine and scenic natural landscapes, and also the most dynamic cities. While Oslo and Bergen may be amongst the most popular European backpacking destinations, Norway is best known for its fjords Read more

      Nestled on the southern coast of Norway, Oslo is a beautiful and vibrant city that exudes the charm of Scandinavian heritage and culture. Surrounded by mountains and fjords, the city overwhelms nature enthusiasts while its grand museums and palaces make architecture lovers go weak in the knee. Other than the tourist attractions, Oslo also do not lag behind in offering some exciting and cool activities to make your Norwegian holiday perfect and memorable. Read more

      How do you explore a country as big as Norway which stretches to nine different climate zones? Simple, with All You Can Fly Pass in Norway! Read more

      Bergen, Norway’s second largest city and one of the busiest cruise ship stopovers of Scandinavia is a quite happening place for tourists. Berger has a ring of hills surrounding the place also known as the Seven Mountains. There is a lot that Bergen sightseeing can offer to the tourists. The city has an amazing history of art and culture. Festivals like Annual Bergen International Festival, Bergenfest, and Nattjazz Festivals make the city even more livelier. Read more

      Oslo, the capital city of Norway offers breathtaking beauty along with an amazing cultural vibe, making it a must visit place for any travel connoisseur. In spite of being comparatively smaller than the famous cities across the world, it has so much to offer to a tourist that it can make any vacation worth remembering. Read more

      Sitting on Norway’s southern coast, Oslo is world-famous for its green spaces and grand museums. Surrounded by the mountains and the sea, it’s a fun city where you can spend a few days exploring around and clicking pictures. Read more

      Norway is a dream country for many, offering the best of both worlds in the form of cultural richness and natural wonders. Bergen, a UNESCO World Heritage City and also the European City of culture, is the second largest city in Norway. There are so many things to do in Bergen that makes a trip to this city in Norway an exciting one. The exquisiteness of Bergen is reflected from its nomenclature itself, which comes from the word “Bjorgvin” meaning 'the green meadow among the mountains'. Read more

      Norway in February is a spectacular place as the winter season dawns and turn it into a snow-laden paradise. Because of the geographical phenomenon of the North Atlantic Drift, the country has a relatively mild climate for a country far north. Moreover, Norway is called the land of the midnight sun because of the twenty-four hours daylight beginning from the middle of may to the end of July during which the sun shines continuously and does not set. Read more

      Norway is a Scandinavian country, known for its beautiful and picturesque scenery. It has a rugged landscape shaped by the ice age. This country features mountains, hills and valleys, waterfalls and a long coastline with fjords and islands. Read more

      Home is Indian food. Whether it is the spicy curry that makes your mouth water or sweet gulab jamun that has everyone excited for desserts, Read more

      Norway and wildlife watching is not something many people often tend to relate well with. The cold temperature conditions are often considered too harsh to withstand the wildlife. Read more

      Whenever it comes to the Scandinavian countries, Norway always comes first for the surreal beauty of the country. Scandinavia is not only popular because of the Vikings today, but to the world, this part is known for its glaciers, beautiful valleys, steep mountain ranges, colorful villages, and obviously the unique Scandinavian cuisine. Once you are in Norway, you not only experience the natural splendor, but also the exquisite recipes that may not be available elsewhere. To know more about the special cuisine, you need to taste the famous Norwegian street food. Read more

      It's a very difficult task to choose a specific destination for your next travel list. And if you're keeping in mind the preference of Norway vs Iceland, it is one of the most difficult tasks because both offer incredible scenery, Read more

      One of the most remote places in Norway, the Lofoten Islands, is also one of the most beautiful places on earth. A paradise for landscape photographers and astrophotographers, Read more

      Remote, immense, and formed over the ages by the beating seas and pounding ice sheets, Norway's lofty, widespread dramatization leaves most guests in amazement. Read more

      Get set to dine in the world’s largest underwater restaurant in Norway which will open in the spring of 2019 to provide you an immersive (pun intended) dining experience. Read more

      The beaches in Norway offer you awesome shorelines, rich scenes, and regular magnificence, round the year. This picturesque reflects the short, but the intense love affair that beauty has with nature. Norway has a large number of white sandy beaches, which extend long along its coastline. Read more