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Explore some of the world's greatest landscapes on a holiday to Norway...
Norway is one of the most beautiful countries on Earth. Is it any wonder a people as hardy as the Vikings were formed in such as landscape - soaring ice capped mountains, rolling dense forests, deep ravines and gigantic glaciers, this is a breakthtaking place. Yet nothing can compete with the magnificent fjords.
Understandably a big draw for holidays to Norway, the beautiful city of Oslo is the oldest of all Scandinavian capitals. A hotbed of Scandinavian design fair, Oslo is a cool, cosmopolitan waterfront city surrounded by stunning, quintessentially Norwegian countryside. The city's nightlife is chic and lively, the museums internationally acclaimed and the shopping very fashionable.
Find out more about holidays to Oslo here .
Historic Bergen, on the southwest coast is the gateway to the fjords and among the most popular destinations for a Norway holiday. The ancient, sculptured Sognefjord, the greatest of all Norway's fjords is just four hours away, which makes Bergen an outstanding base. Just north of Sognefjord is Jostedalsbreen, one of the largest glaciers in Europe.
Bergen itself is an interesting place for a Norway holiday. Norway's second city is its medieval capital and is home to an excellent range of historic attractions including the Unesco-listed waterfront of Bryggen, as well as a world-class selection of museums.
The wild north & the Artic Circle...
Trondheim is Norway's third largest city and is surrounded by some of the country's most impressive wilderness. This picturesque city offers plenty of chances to enjoy the many exciting outdoor adventure activities on offer in Norway.
Situated within the Arctic Circle itself, Tromso in the far north is the perfect base for those looking to catch a glimpse of the mesmerising Northern Lights on a holiday to Norway.