Norway on 1 green ticket
Travel in Norway - Tours, Hotels & Activities
Popular tours in Norway
Activities in Norway
To help you make the most of your time in Norway, we’ve hand-picked a selection of exciting activities - some natural, some cultural and all a lot of fun.
The Norwegian fjords
Read more about the Norwegian fjords and find your perfect fjord to visit!
The HardangerfjordIf the Sognefjord is the King of the fjords of Western Norway, the Hardangerfjord is the...
The NærøyfjordSurrounded by towering mountains up to 1,700 metres high, this arm of the Sognefjord is...
The SognefjordNorway’s longest fjord, the Sognefjord, is located in the heart of Norwegian fjord country...
The AurlandsfjordTogether with the Nærøyfjord, the Aurlandsfjord is one of the most picturesque fjords in...
Looking for some Inspiration?
There is no doubt that the landscape and scenery found in Norway is one of a kind. It might be one of the reasons that the country consistently ranks highly on the UN’s World Happiness Report. Norwegians are known for being an active population that embraces the great outdoors and all it has to offer.
Experiencing the Northern Lights is one of the most amazing things you can do in nature. The colorful display that lights up the black sky is a truly awe-inspiring spectacles and will leave you with impressions and memories you will never forget! Luckily, Norway is a prime location for seeing these frail rays of beauty.
For many visitors, the fjords of Norway are some of the most spectacular in the world and the main attraction when it comes to exploring this beautiful country. But what’s so special about the fjords of Norway and how are they formed exactly?
After watching Frozen and the upcoming Frozen 2, every child (and a lot of adults for that matter) will desperately wish they could visit the enchanting world of the Disney film. Even though you can’t simply just stumble into Arendelle and join Anna and Elsa on their daring adventures, but you can get pretty close when you book a tour to Norway.
Every culture will have its own set of unique food items that either impress or disgust visitors when they try it upon visiting. Norway is no different and offers an assortment of delicious Norwegian food that is unlike anything that can be found anywhere else in the world. Some of the more common examples include lutefisk and pinnekjøtt.
Norway’s brewing traditions date all the way back to the Vikings who used to brew barley-based beers during the cold winter months. King Haakon the Good who ruled from 934 to 961 even made it a law that to celebrate Christmas with a beer. Those who didn’t include beer in their Christmas festivities would be fined.