An experience unlike any other, a vacation to Norway is bound to be memorable for everyone
From the magnificent fjords of the southwest to the impulsive glaciers and steep gorges, the natural beauty of Norway is inexplicable. Explore the wilderness of the Arctic Circle and the modern cities that live up…
Located in the northernmost part of Norway is the city of Tromso. The city is one of the best places where you can observe the phenomenon of Northern Lights during the winter season. The city offers a plethora of attractions and several fun things to do.
Located in central Norway, Trondheim is the one of the oldest cities of Norway. The old heritage of the city is still visible around the city centre. The city has a rich cultural heritage varying from music, arts, and student life to lots more.
Known as the gateway to the fjords of West Norway, Bergen is known for its beautiful surroundings and lot of opportunities for outdoor adventure. The city is also known for its cultural and music background. Bergen is one of the main cultural centres of Norway.
Popular as the “City of Roses”, the city of Molde is located on the northern end of the Molde fjord in Norway. The city is a beautiful place to relax and have fun. Whether it is shopping, sightseeing, or just relaxing, Molde offers a number of things to do and…
A picture-perfect town with Art Nouvou buildings set against pretty mountainous and fjords sceneries, Alesund is a refreshing break from the city commotion. Located along the Norwegian coast, Alesund has also been voted among the most beautiful towns of Norway. Alesund is located at just a short ride from the…
Norway is situated in Northern Europe. It shares a land border with Sweden, Finland and with Russia at the east. Norway is one of the longest and most rugged coastlines in the world and one of Europe's most mountainous countries.
A population of close to 4.9 Million. Muslims account for about 1.5% of the population.
Summers are warm and sunny while winters are cold with snowfall in the lowlands. The southern and western parts of the country have milder winters. The daylight hours in Norwat are very short.
Norwegian (Bokmål and Nynorsk) is the official language. Sami languages are widely used as well.
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