Norway has several stunning places to visit. From large, bustling and modern cities to small fairytale villages situated in one of Norway's many fjords. Our wide range of tours explores several of the destinations listed below. Read more about places to visit here and find out which tour to take to get there!
Places to visit
Norway has several stunning places to visit. Here are some of our favorites.
Cities and places to visit in Norway
Oslo is the largest city in Norway, and it has been the country's capital since 1814 following the dissolution of the union with Denmark.
Bergen is Norway's second largest city with a population of roughly 270,000. King Olav Kyrre founded the city of Bergen in 1070, and it was the country's capital from 1110 until 1299.
The small picturesque village of Flåm, is situated innermost in the Aurlandsfjord and is home of the Flåm Railway.
Trondheim holds a special place in Norwegian history and culture. It was the first capital of Norway, and is still the city where new kings receive their ceremonial blessing.
Lofoten is a spectacular archipelago in the northern part of Norway, famous for midnight sun, northern lights, sea and mountains.
Ålesund in Sunnmøre has a population of approx 50,000 and is the largest town in the county of Møre og Romsdal. It is known as the art nouveau town!
Gudvangen – or Gudvangr means: The field of the gods by the water and the small village has approximately 120 inhabitants.
With a population of approx. 130,000, Stavanger is Norway’s fourth largest city. The town is known as Norway's energy capital.
Tromsø is called the ‘Gateway to the Arctic’ because it is enjoys more Northern Lights than anywhere else in the world and the city has two months of Midnight Sun.
Surrounded by tall mountains and situated on the Romsdalsfjord, Åndalsnes is often referred to as "The Alp town by the fjord".
Ulvik is the main village in Ulvik herad, situated at the north end of the Ulvikafjord, an arm of the Hardangerfjord.
Known as the art village by the Sognefjord, Balestrand has inspired artists from all over the world.
Midnight sun, sea and mountains surround Bodø, the largest town and capital of the Nordland region.
Norheimsund is the administrative centre of Kvam, and the village is located on the northern shore of the Hardangerfjord.
Aurland is a small village situated in a clean natural, environment and boasts dramatic landscape and rich culture.
Stalheim is in the heart of the Norwegian fjords, and it is an ideal starting point for tours of Western Norway’s fjords and mountains.
Geilo is situated midway between Oslo and Bergen on the Bergen Railway. It is primarily a ski resort town, but also offers a wide range of summer activities.
The Lillehammer region boasts a multitude of adventure and activities, whether you’re feeling playful, sporty, looking for a challenge or an authentic experience.
By the Hardangerfjord lies the small community of Eidfjord. Here you can experience culture and dramatic scenery, close to the fjord to the mountain plateau.
Evje is located in the far south in the Setesdal area, Evje and Hornnes, one hour's drive from Kristiansand.
Finse is a mountain village area on the shore of the lake Finsevatnet in Ulvik municipality. The village is centered on Finse Station, a railway station on the Bergen Railway line.
Rosendal is the administrative centre of Kvinnherad municipality, and it is especially known for the Barony Rosendal.
The Hardangerfjord opens up in Øystese giving you a fabulous panoramic view to the fjord, the mountains and the Folgefonna glacier.
Lillestrøm is a town located north-east of Oslo and is an important transit point for car travel in Norway.
Myrkdalen is located in Hordaland county, north of Voss, and is a popular destination for skiing.
Røldal is a small village situated on the edge of the Hardangervidda National Park and a natural spot for a break between east- and west Norway through E134 over the Haukeli mountains.
Sand is a beautiful scenic area in Fjord Norway and an excellent starting point for travel in Norway by car.
Arendal is a town and municipality in the county of Aust-Agder, and it is also the county’s administrative centre.
Odda is a small village situated innermost in Sørfjorden, an arm of the beautiful Hardangerfjord.