Discover a land of contrast:  chic cities, serene coastal towns, fairytale castles, sparse arctic landscapes and vast tracts of deep green wilderness. Exploring historic neighborhoods, cruise among fjords and  archipelagos, discover the Viking heritage, see an abundance of Art Nouveau buildings. Explore charming Tivoli Gardens, visite open-air museums of traditional architecture and lifestyles.

For food lovers:  taste the trendy New Nordic Cuisine movement, which is based on the creative use of local seafood, game, berries, vegetables and herbs.

For fish eaters:  try herring, salmon, pike perch; smoked, creamed, pickled.

For shoppers:  this is the mecca of designers for housewares and furniture, jewelry, glass, porcelain and textiles. 

For active travelers:  bike, boat, dogsled, snowmobile or foot, you have a great choice. You can even follow the footsteps of famous Arctic explorers and experience life on ice!





The country offers historic neighborhoods, fairytale castles, cruises, among archipelagos, food markets and local specialty products, Art Nouveau builidings, open-air museums and Jewish History.

It is also a haven for shoppers: handicrafts and design products, sucha as glass, porcelain, textiles, jewelry, housewares and furniture.  



Ride the Flam Train: One of Europe’s great train rides, this 12-hour excursion is Norway’s most exciting. The route encompasses two arms of the Sognefjord, and the section from Myrdal to Flåm — a drop of 600m (1,968 ft.) — takes you past seemingly endless waterfalls.

Tours leave from the Bergen train station. If you have limited time but want to see the country’s most dramatic scenery, take this spectacular train trip.


Tour the Land of the Midnight Sun: Above the Arctic Circle, where the summer sun never dips below the horizon, you have endless hours to enjoy the beauty of the region and the activities that go with it — from hiking to white-water rafting. 

Shop for crystal:  In the « Kingdom of Crystal, » which stretches some 112km (70 miles) between the port city of Kalmar and the town of Växjö in Småland province, some of the world’s most prestigious glassmakers, including Kosta Boda and Orrefors, showcase their wares.


Discover Finnish Design & Architecture:  their avant-garde design has stunned the world and spread the fame of such architects as Alvar Aalto. See the neoclassical Senate Square, Eliel Saarinen’s controversial railway station,  and the Temppeliaukio Church.  

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