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Lofoten Islands, Norway


Jaw-dropping fjords and scintillating auroras

Where to go in Norway


Cruising the stunning Norwegian fjords, which extend all the way up the west coast of the country, is a key Norway travel highlight. And rightly so – they are truly breath-taking. Geirangerfjord, Sognefjord and Hardangerfjord are the best known and most visited, and seeing at least one of these three is highly recommended.

You might also like to try fishing for king crabs in the Arctic Circle under the Midnight Sun, watching sea eagles in the Lofoten Islands, viewing the swirling Northern Lights while staying in an ice hotel in deep winter, visiting stave churches or small coastal towns, or combining several activities via some of the Norway's most scenic coastal and mountain self-drive routes.

There's also the chance to see polar bears by joining an Arctic expedition cruise in the Svalbard archipelago, a remote outpost of Norway where polar bears outnumber humans.

Back on the mainland, the pretty historic west coast port city of Bergen and the cultured capital of Oslo are two of the most popular starting points for Norway holidays. Both cities are ideal short break destinations, with Viking museums, art galleries and lots of other attractions close at hand.


List of regions

Northern Lights over Tromso, Norway (Credit: Truls Tiller)


Discover Norway's Arctic capital, which has, for many years, been the jumping off point for adventures into Norway's frozen north. Oh yes, and it's possibly the best place on earth for spotting the Northern Lights.

Northern Lights over the Lofoten Islands

Arctic Norway: Lofoten, Alta & Kirkenes

In Northern Norway the season in which you travel is more important than anywhere else in the country. Here, high up in the Arctic Circle, visitors can experience the most dramatic changes in daylight and darkness in the country.

Trolltunga, Norway

Fjord Norway

Best known for its deep fjords and towering mountains, western Norway's rugged, expansive and breathtaking landscapes are among Europe's most beautiful.

Longyearbyen in Svalbard, Norway


It doesn’t get much wilder than the islands of the Svalbard archipelago, a rugged, desolate wilderness whose landscapes of snow and ice are home to more polar bears than humans.

Waterside view of Bergen in the sunshine


Bergen is one of Norway's true gems, a charming coastal city surrounded by seven mountain peaks. Take in its Hanseatic wharf and fish market before boarding a ship to explore the nearby fjords.

Kristiansand, Norway

Southern Norway

Known for its and a picturesque coastline dotted with pretty harbour towns and white-painted houses, souther Norway is a delightful spot for a summer break. It also marks one end of the iconic Atlantic Road.

Trondheim, Norway

Central Norway

Trondelag, as Norway’s central region, is the country’s heartland. Here, you’ll find its oldest capital, a truly welcoming local culture and all of Norway’s natural icons, spread out over no fewer than nine national parks.

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