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Norway not only has its magnificent fjord but northern lights, midnight sun,legacy from the Viking Age, Sami people and Scandinavian sophistication.

North Norway attractions
  • Ishavskatedralen (Arctic Cathedral): Because of its brilliant acoustics, many musical events are held here.

  • Fjellheisen (Tromsø cable car): enjoy spectacular panoramic views of Tromsø and the surrounding islands, mountains and fjords.

  • Lofotr Viking Museum: The world’s biggest Viking Age longhouse that's been found in the Lofoten islands.

  • Sámi culture experience: Reindeer sledding, feeding, joik performance

  • Northern Norway activities: Riverboat, king crab catch, quad, snowmobile...

  • Alta: One of the best places to see the Northern light.

West Norway attractions
  • Norsk Bremuseum (The Norwegian Glacier Museum): Interactive museum about glaciers and climate in new and innovative ways.
  • Edvard Grieg museum: Home of composer Edvard Grieg who composed Incidental Music for Peer Gynt.

  • Fløibanen (funicular): The only funicular in Norway.

  • Geiranger Skywalk: Mt. Dalsnibba’s new viewing platform.

  • Various activities: Hiking, kayaking, paddling, snowshoeing, cycling...

  • Fjord and glacier tours

  • Oldedalen Skyss: Troll Shuttle on Briksdal glacier

Oslo and East Norway attractions
  • Viking Ship Museum (Oslo): Museum on the Bygdøy peninsula with the world's best-preserved Viking ships and finds from Viking tombs around the Oslo Fjord.

  • Norsk Folkemuseum (Oslo): The world's oldest Open-Air Museum and a 12th century stave church.

  • The Kon-tiki Museum (Oslo): Thor Heyerdahl crossed the Pacific Ocean on the balsawood raft Kon-Tiki in 1947.

  • Maihaugen: (EAST): Maihaugen in Lillehammer is Norway’s largest open-air museum outside of Oslo.

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