Norway is arguably one of the most breathtaking countries in the world. It’s located in Northern Europe and is bordered by seas and the Scandinavian mountains. The country abounds in fjords and glaciers. So, visit Norway and you can explore some of the world’s largest fjords and glaciers here.
Norway is not as cold as other countries located close to the Arctic ocean. The experiences you’ll have in Norway will change according to the season. Spring is the time when the snow starts to melt away. You’ll enjoy the flowers in blossom and the sun on the mountains. The weather can turn cold very quickly when you’re exploring places outdoors. If you visit Norway in the winter, get ready to sample
Norwegian classics like smalahove and pinekjøtt. If you’re staying for Christmas, you’ll absolutely love the festive spirit in the air.
You can’t visit Norway without seeing some of its popular tourist attractions. The famous places of interest include the fishing King Crabs in Kirkenes, Geiranger Fjord, Mount Floyen, the Fram Polar Ship Museum in Oslo, Vigelandsparken and the Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf. You could also sit and admire the fantastic views of the boats and the houses. Or better still, take a walk down the narrow pathways, and see what surprises lie in store for you.