What to See And Do When You Travel to Norway

Imagine a country which is always in the top of happiness list. There is no waste on the streets and every citizen is happy all the time! Of course, this is Norway. When you travel to Norway, this is a guide for you to not to miss those amazing places.

1- Hike to Trolltunga

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One of the most fascinating views in Norway – Trolltunga, it is totally breathtaking. Trolltunga is situated about 1200 meters above the sea level and the hike starts in Skjeggedal, continue with high mountains. It is 28 km in total to Trolltonga and returns, it takes 10-12 hours in total. You must visit there when you travel to Norway. But in the end, you can understand that it is totally worth it!

2-Appreciate the views at Lofoten Islands

If you would like to relax stay away from all, Lofoten islands offer everything that you could want when you travel to Norway. Its Picture postcard fishing villages, incredible seafood, cute fisherman’s cabins, and Alpine skiing are totally amazing. Also if you would like to see northern lights, you are in the right place, absolutely!

3-Visit Lovely Stavanger

Another place you must see when you travel to Norway is Stavanger. Stavanger is the 4th biggest city of Norway, with its incredible fjords, hiking routes, and lovely streets. During your trip to hike Pulpit Rock and Kjeragbolten, you can visit also Stavanger and live like a local even for a short time.

4-Hike to Pulpit rock

If you would like to hike an incredible view in Norway, Pulpit rock is the best destination for you. Compared to Trolltunga and Kjeragbolten it is easier and it has amazing views during hiking as well. You can meet a band team at the top, Norway is a surprising place!

5- Visit Bergen

Bergen is the second biggest city of Norway after Oslo. It is surrounded by seven hills and seven fjords, which make its fame through all country. During the early Middle Ages, it was an important seaport and a member of the Hanseatic League as a capital of Norway – it is now protected as a Unesco World Heritage site. You should visit there for its colorful streets and meet their happy citizens.

6-Travel along the Atlantic Ocean Road

If you are ready for your coolest trip, Atlantic Ocean Road is the right place for you! Atlantic Ocean Road, a stretch of Road 64 in Norway between the towns of Molde and Kristiansund on Norway’s west coast. It was built in the 1980s and used as a toll road for 10 years and then opened to the public in 1989. Today it is part of the National Tourist Route and good news for travelers: it’s free to drive.

7- Explore Flam railway

The Flåm Railway starts in Flåm and goes up to Myrdal station along Bergensbanen. You will see beautiful nature and impressing waterfalls. It takes almost 2 hours and it is a perfect day trip that you can enjoy some of the most beautiful scenery of Norway!

8-Explore the Geirangerfjord

You can experience an amazing view of the fjords and the waterfalls during your trip to Geirangerfjord. It is totally breathtaking!

9- Visit Vigeland Park in Oslo

Oslo, the capital of Norway has beautiful parks to see. Vigeland Park is the best one of them. It was built between 1939 and 1949 by artist Gustav Vigeland and this park has over one million visitors a year.

10- Watch Bergen from Mount Fløyen

When you visit Bergen, Mount Fløyen is one of the best destinations that you can see. Locals visit there as well, for their daily running. There are camping places and cafes at the top of the mount, but the most interesting thing is trolls! So, be careful, troll can hear you in Mount Fløyen. Bergen is one of the most beautiful points to see when you travel to Norway.
And finally, if you would like to visit Norway, don’t forget to add your travels on Glocalzone!

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