Fjords in Norway are found in almost of the cities and not just particular to a place or location. However the most popular ones are among the West Norway. Some Fjords vary in appearance however most of them are narrow and surrounded by deep mountains. Western Fjords tops our list of the best places to visit in Norway.
Norway’s second largest city Bergen is the nation’s leading port. Bergen is a great tourist spot and a walking port and makes a wonderful spot of exploration and seaside restaurants. There is a lot to do within the city. One of the most liked and stands as one of the best place to visit in Norway.
Lofoten Island is one of the most famous place to visit in Norway. Lofoten island is great for fishing and and one of the most beautiful spots for the tourists and also often referred as one of the most scenic spots in Norway. Weather changes fast at the Lofoten but is often pleasant.
Stavanger is located in the Southwest region of Norway. An ideal summer destination with beautiful beaches one can also experience cruise life and chill beside shores. The Rogaland Kunstmuseum is one of the most popular places to visit in Stavanger.
Norway’s capital and one of the most populated city. Oslo is known for its chilled out vibe and laid back attitude. Oslo is full of greenery and offers a soothing atmosphere. Oslo is very rich culturally with some of the most beautiful museums and architectural structures.
Svalbard is a group of island between Arctic Ocean, Greenland Sea, Norwegian and Barents sea. The place is one of the most inhabited place and the overall population is less than 3000. People come here to experience the Arctic nature which is rawest and most beautiful of its form. You can have a close look at polar bears, reindeers, whales and seals.