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When you visit Tromso, you'll find all sorts of activities to enjoy. In this town, you'll find marathons and hiking opportunities along with kayaking and sailing. Concerts are also popular, as music is a major part of the local culture. Given how far north this town is, you can also see the northern lights and the midnight sun where the sun never quite sets during certain parts of the year.
Oslo is the Norwegian capital and home to a variety of things to do despite being relatively small compared to most other national capital cities. You'll find impressive views all around, especially of the Oslo Fjord. Foodies will enjoy the variety of offerings that showcase local delicacies. The history here is also quite substantial, but you'll still find a lot of modern architecture mixed in among the old.
Fjords are Norway's most iconic natural feature, and you'll find them all throughout the country from the southern reaches to the arctic north. These inlets played an important role in trade and travel on the water back in ancient times and still do today. When you visit, however, you can enjoy boating or hiking the surrounding areas looking down at their majesty from above the inlet itself.
Northern Norway is one of the best destinations in the country thanks to its incredible natural features. You'll find the brilliant northern lights that paint the sky with bright colours. Ancient Norwegians would say that it was so cold that the light was frozen in the sky. Go north far enough, and you may not see night at all as the sun never quite sets during the summer months.
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Norway is as spectacularly beautiful as it is rugged. It’s home to more than 1,000 fjords, where majestic cliffs with waterfalls tower above still blue lakes.
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Day 1-2: Oslo is the ideal place to begin your Norway adventure. Learn all about the region's rich history at the Viking Ship Museum and the Norsk Folkemuseum, then wander around the 200 sculptures at Vigeland Park. Wrap up your day with some shopping on Oslo's main street, Karl Johans gate.
Day 3-4: Drive northwest in a rental car through breathtaking scenery on the way to Geirangerfjord, arguably the world’s most impressive fjord. Take a scenic cruise or hike, bike, ski and kayak your way around the region.
Day 5-7: Fly north to the Arctic Circle to witness one of Mother Nature's most magical performances. The northern lights can be viewed from near Tromsø. Spend your days on the slopes and your evenings around a campfire, gazing at the dancing skies.
Foodies shouldn't miss the biggest food festival in Scandinavia, Gladmat, held in Stavanger each July. Be sure to bring your appetite and an empty stomach.
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