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There’s nowhere more synonymous with incredible fjords then Norway. Stretched across 2,000 km of glistening sea, these ancient glacial valleys represent the pride and fame of the country today. From kaleidoscopic blue lagoons to transparent greens, mirroring pristine glaciers above… no two of Norway’s fjords look alike, and frankly, they’re all worth a visit...There’s nowhere more synonymous with incredible fjords then Norway. Stretched across 2,000 km of glistening sea, these ancient glacial valleys represent the pride and fame of the country today. From kaleidoscopic blue lagoons to transparent greens, mirroring pristine glaciers above… no two of Norway’s fjords look alike, and frankly, they’re all worth a visit! Immense, uneven, weird and wonderful, they perfectly embody the harmony between mankind and nature.
Your trip to Norway will naturally start with Oslo, one of the continent’s cleanest and greenest capital cities. Between forest and sea, Oslo combines a buzzing urban atmosphere with a range of unmissable outdoor activities to try during your visit! Culture lovers, be sure to include in your itinerary a viewing of Edvard Munch’s famous ‘Scream’ in the museum dedicated to his works. However, you’ll quickly want to move on and discover the fjords of the west coast!
From Oslo, take the train from Oslo to Bergen . This mythic route culminates at a staggering 1,300 m of altitude, and traverses the country from east to west while crossing sublime landscapes. From forests to lush green valleys and towering mountains, these aren’t your typical train window views. Bergen is one of the most beautiful cities in Norway, with emblematic backstreets, colourful facades, its port, and a young, welcoming vibe. The city is also the ideal starting point to visit the Vestland, in the west of the country. This region is marked out by fjords, and offers some fantastic scenery where the sea flows through the mountains…
By car, on foot, by cruise boat through the Western fjords, the Lofoten Islands or even by dogsled in Lapland while you gaze up at the Northern Lights… There are a plethora of ways to discover the beauty of Norway:
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Dare to follow in the Vikings’ footsteps and take a ride on the coastal express: the Hurtigruten. This boating company is one of the most legendary in the world, crossing the entire Norwegian coast from south to north between Bergen and Kirkenes, the country’s easternmost city, to its border with Russia. The ferry covers a distance of 2,700 kilometres, including the mythical Lofoten Islands and the North Cape. Like a piece of living history, this route was for many years the predominant method of traversing the country from south to north. You’ll no doubt stopover at the Lofoten Archipelago. These diverse islands, scattered with colourful houses, offer wild landscapes from lush green to slate-grey. The turquoise waters of Lofoten’s fjords give them the appearance of a painted canvas, with the wilderness providing a perfect haven for you to observe the local flora and fauna, including numerous species of bird and marine mammal. Seafood lovers, you’ll be happy to know that the region’s main activity revolves around fishing. Norwegian cuisine truly lives up to its reputation, with a range of delicious salmon, cod, and various Nordic fish specialties. Their smoked salmon, for example, is a national treat renowned worldwide, so eat up, and have a wonderful trip!