Rich history, culture and cuisine on tap. Stunning natural attractions at hand. Excellent and easy travel connections. It’s no wonder Stavanger, Norway’s fourth-largest city and urban heart of the scenic southwest, makes for the perfect base of adventure operations for your fjord holiday.
Known for offering some of the most scenic views in Norway, hiking Romsdalseggen Ridge is high on many’s list. The mountain ridge located in the heart of Romsdalen offers awe-inspiring views of the wild Sunndalsfjella mountains, the Norwegian Sea and the Romsdalsfjord.
Just thinking about Norway’s nature is enough to take your breath away. The untamed mountaintops, forever glazed with ice; the serpentine fjords, created so many ice ages ago; the picturesque villages untouched by time, dotted with medieval churches; the cascading waterfalls and proud, fragrant trees…
Despite being the second largest city in Norway, most attractions are accessible to take in over the course of a day. A unique way to do this is with a Segway tour. Here’s some reasons why these two wheelers offer a great way to explore Bergen.
As an urban city situated in the land of the midnight sun and northern lights, Tromsø is a place where you can enjoy modern art exhibitions one day, view wild muskox and lynx as you chase summer or winter lights the next and visit centuries-old wooden houses on the third day!
Southern Norway, also known as “the Norwegian Riviera”, is a hot holiday spot for Norwegians. The quaint region along the Skagerrak coast is home to many cute little villages and towns that each have their own distinct flavor. Here’s an introduction to some of the most popular towns in Southern Norway.
Dubbed as the Norwegian mountaineering capital, Åndalsnes certainly lives up to its name. Few other places offer the same amount of stunning hiking opportunities. Here lies one of the world’s most scenic hikes not far from Europe’s tallest vertical rock and the Trollstigen plateau.
Ina Cristine Helljesen
Kjerag is one of Norway’s many impressive rock formations that require a hike to get to. Once you reach the bolt, the area offers unparalleled views and thrills. Here are some interesting facts about the famous boulder that is located outside Stavanger.
Bob André Engelsen
We know what you're thinking, isn't Bergen known to be the rainiest city in Norway? While that might be true it’s also a great city to behold the most magical time of the day - that sunset moment. The tall mountains and the close proximity to the sea gives Bergen a vast variety of places where you enjoy the end of the day.