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Norway Tours & Holidays

When you need to escape from the concrete world, you can’t go wrong with Norway. You’ve likely seen the incredible images of quaint red wooden houses amongst sloping meadows and towering mountains, overlooking the pure glacial waters of a beautiful fjord. It’s not Photoshop trickery – Norway really is this wild and beautiful.

Take a Norwegian cruise along the fjord-indented coastline and you’ll find strangely shaped islands and natural phenomena that have inspired some wonderful folklore. Take a ride on the Flåmsbana, one of the steepest train lines in the world, and you’ll be taking countless photos of mountains and waterfalls. Venture into the Arctic Circle and you could admire landscapes in the milky light of the midnight sun or the magical glow of the aurora borealis.

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What else is there to see?

Norway’s capital, Oslo, has its fair share of museums and modern art galleries housed in buildings with innovative architecture. They stand as a monument to Norway’s inspiring, forward-thinking ethos, while preserving important heritage like impressive Viking ships and Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’.

For the most part, though, you’ll find more traditional buildings in Norway’s towns and cities. Take Bergen’s UNESCO-listed Hanseatic wharf, for example. It features Instagram-worthy rows of colourful wooden buildings, many of which have been standing for centuries.


Should I travel to Norway in summer or winter?

Being so far north, Norway treats lucky visitors to the dazzling celestial displays of the Northern Lights over wintery mountain peaks. At the height of summer, meanwhile, cross the Arctic Circle for the disorienting experience of 24-hour daylight – ideal for squeezing in as much as you can in this enchanting country.