Visit once and you'll be hooked. The fjords, the mountains and the long coastline undergo changing seasons and changing skies - from the midnight sun to the Northern Lights. Immerse yourself in Norway's powerful nature and discover a holiday destination like no other.


Arctic Norway

Where the country narrows to just a handful of kilometres Arctic Norway begins. In this vast area visitors are rewarded with endless coastal landscapes, high mountains and the elusive Aurora Borealis. Stay in one of the ice hotels and enjoy some of the best dog-sledding adventures on earth.

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Norway's most spectacular sights, the Geirangerfjord is flanked either side by sheer-drop mountains which somehow are home to the most precarious of mountain farms. Although visited by large numbers each year, the Geirangerfjord region hides some quiet and remote accommodation gems for those looking for a memorable self-drive holiday.

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Imagine hiking on azure blue ice one day and cycling past six tumbling waterfalls the next. With two national parks to its name, there is no shortage of adventures on offer in the Hardanger region of Norway. Enjoy a tailor-made self-drive holiday exploring the fjord and mountains of the Hardanger.

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Lofoten and Vesteralan Islands

It's easy to mistake the clear blue waters and the white sandy beaches of the Lofoten and Vesteralan Islands for warmer climes. But make no mistake: this picturesque, light-infused archipelago provides endless inspiration for artists, photographers and wildlife enthusiasts alike.

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Oslo city break

Facing competition from its Nordic neighbours, the city of Oslo has stepped up to the challenge of attracting discerning travellers. With high quality cultural attractions, galleries, hotels and restaurants, Oslo is perfect for a city break or a pre-Arctic stopover.

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Sami country

Experience the Sami heritage in Northern Norway where modern life and traditions live side by side. Visit Karasjok, the Sami capital and experience the life of the reindeer herder living on the Finnmark mountain plateau.

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The Sognefjord and its offshoot the Næroyfjord offer miles of spectacular scenery whether you're travelling on the water by boat or driving along the fjord roads by car. Accessible by train from Bergen and Oslo, the Sognefjord offers a year-round destination for travellers.

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Feel the nearness of the Polar North on the remote island of Spitsbergen. Also known as Svalbard, this destination has everything to offer adventurers. The summer brings the midnight sun and the opportunity to explore by boat, on foot and by kayak, while the winter is a magical time of the Northern Lights, 24 hour darkness and the opportunity to join a dog-sledding or snow mobile expedition.

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