Stretching from the North Sea coastline to the borders of Finland and Russia, this delightful country is largely unexplored by UK visitors. Travel off the beaten tourist track and you will discover a country rich in history, charming small towns and friendly locals.
The capital city, Oslo is a vibrant and cultural destination. Considered to be one of the world’s greenest and most livable cities, it is also one of the most prettily-situated. Surrounded by the waters of the Oslofjord and boasting a wonderful selection of museums, this city is an ideal destination for a short-break or as the start of a longer more exciting adventure.
Southern Norway is renowned for its rocky coastline with picture-postcard fishing villages and busy summer harbours. It is here that you will find the southernmost city of Mandal, the towns of Kragerø, Risør, Lyngør, Arendal, Grimstad, Lillesand, and the capital of the south, Kristiansand.
Sculpted by nature, the spectacular landscape of the fjords – green mountains, blue waters, and thundering waterfalls – cannot fail to impress. Whether an artist, keen walker, or nature lover, this is the location for you.
It is here that you will find the fascinating towns of Bergen, Ålesund, Molde and Trondheim - all ideal destinations for a short break or as a gateway to the natural wonderland of the fjords.
To the north, the wild and weather-beaten Lofoten isles, Vesterålen archipelago, university city of Tromsø and the border town of Kirkenes await. With an arctic landscape of mountain peaks, idyllic fishing villages and blue fjords, this region is a wonder to explore. This is the land of the midnight sun and of the northern lights.
Choose Norway as your next holiday destination and we promise that you will not be disappointed!