Guide to the main cities in Norway
Norway has a lot of interesting and exciting places to visit! Get a quick overview of the main cities in Norway and find exciting things to do!
Oslo offers an abundance of attractions, shopping options, a flourishing cultural life and has a wide range of great restaurants. A hot tip is to get the Oslo Pass while you are visiting this city. Read more about Oslo HERE.
Enjoy the scenic Oslofjord on a sightseeing fjord cruise and get an overview of the city and its attractions.
A segway tour in Oslo is a perfect opportunity to check out some signature sites of the capital city. On the tour you will see several highlights of Oslo, including The National Opera House, The Parlament and The Norwegian Castle!
The Taste of Oslo Food Tour is a guided walking tour that aims to let you experience Oslo like a local, and sample traditional Norwegian dishes, snacks and drinks. Truly the best way to see the city and try traditional Norwegian food!
Bergen is a European City of Culture and its many museums and art galleries are well worth a visit. Make sure to get the Bergen Card when you are in Bergen - a practical and reasonable way to explore the " city between 7 mountains". Read more about Bergen HERE.
Join us on a kayaking trip in fantastic surroundings. We paddle between islands, reefs and rocks in the bay where Herdlefjord meets Hjeltefjord. Pick-up in Bergen included.
Experience fjords, mountains and stunning waterfalls by taking a fjord cruise to Mostraumen from Bergen. The cruise is available all year round!
Take a fjord safari with RIB-boat for a unique and exciting way to experience Bergen. See the city from a new perspective, on your very own RIB-boat adventure!
Situated by the Trondheimsfjord, Trondheim is surrounded by lovely forested hills, with the Nidelva river winding through the town. It was the first capital of Norway and is still the city where new kings receive their ceremonial blessing. Read more about Trondheim HERE.
A segway tour in Trondheim is a great opportunity to check out some signature sites of the city. Join in for a fun and exciting way to explore the city!
If you visit Trondheim, make sure to drop by the Nidaros Cathedral. The Cathedral is the northernmost medieval cathedral in the world, and the second largest in Scandinavia.
Stavanger is Norway's fourth largest town and know as the "energy capital" of Norway. The area in and around Stavanger offers varied, wild and beautiful nature experiences. From steep mountains and lovely fjords to long, wild beaches along the open coastline. All within easy reach. Read more about Stavanger HERE.
Are you looking for something spectacular? Do you want to explore the fjords and feel feel like a viking for a few hours? The the Lysefjord Safari with RIB boat from Stavanger is the perfect tour for you!
On an annual basis, the Pulpit Rock welcomes more visitors than any other trekking-destination in Norway. And it's no wonder, considering the amazing views waiting at the top! On the Pulpit Rock Sunrise Hike you even get to experience the sunrise.
Join in on a early-morning summer hike to the famous Kjerag boulder! Relax and savor the views while you’re transported by fjord cruise (included). During the hike you will experience stunning views of the spectacular Lysefjord!
Tromsø is called the "Gateway to the Arctic" because it enjoys more Northern Lights than anywhere else in the world. The city also has two whole months of Midnight Sun. If you want to explore unique nature phenomenas, Tromsø is a "must" to visit. Read more about Tromsø HERE.
Take a rib boat trip by night from Tromsø to see the Midnight Sun and surrounding nature in all it's glory.
Ride up the famous Fjellheisen cable car to take in the breathtaking view of Tromsø and its surrounding mountains, fjord and islands, before warming up by a cozy fire with coffee, tea and traditional Norwegian Waffles.
Tromsø played a pivotal part in many of history´s most important polar expeditions, and still does. On this guided walk through Tromsø town, with views across the water to the Arctic Cathedral, you will discover through Tromsø´s buildings, statues and monuments why Tromsø´s got the nickname “Gateway to the Arctic”.
Ålesund is known as the art nouveau town with its unique architecture with towers, spires and imaginative ornamentation of house facades. Ålesund offers great opportunities for fishing, boating trips, hiking in the mountains, cycling on idyllic small islands, bird watching or diving. Read more about Ålesund HERE.
Travel like a local and discover the traditional way to explore the fjords! The beautiful journey from Ålesund - Geiranger - Ålesund is around 120 km passing through three distinctive fjords and spectacular landscapes. Also available as a one-way cruise!
This is a 5,5 hour kayak and hiking trip starting in the centre of Ålesund. On this trip you'll get to see beautiful Ålesund from both the sea and the mountains!
Join in on an exciting and fun segway tour where you will get to experience beautiful Ålesund!
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