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Top 10 Best Places to Visit in Norway

Norway is best known as the home of the Viking, Norway is a Scandinavian country where all of its boundaries touches with trendy cities, frozen tundra, and a coastline. Norway is famous for its Famous fjords and majestic mountains, which is a spectacular island. Norway is simply known as the world’s most amazing and beautiful country. Here is an overview of Top 10 Best Places to Visit in Norway

10. Tromso

Tromso is one of the largest city in Northern Norway. Tromso is famous for his huge number of building 18th-century wooden houses and also famous for the city’s natural beauty. Mostly city was situated on the island known as from soya. In Tromso visitors can enjoy the amazing forests of birch trees and various amount of fine museums. Where tourist enjoys the trips of Storsteinen Mountian in the cable cars of Fjellheisen which is offered to the visitors Breathtaking views of its surrounding mountains and fjords. The Polar Museum and aquarium of artic Polaria are one of the top-rated tourist attractions places to visit in the city which is located in the 560Km (223Miles) to the north of Arctic circle. Tromso is also famous for his Northern Lights because Tromso is one of the world’s best places to view the Nothern Lights.

9. Alesund

Alesund is located on the west coast of Norway. This town is a gateway to the iconic northwestern fjords and all of its alpine surrounding mountains. Alesund city has it owes nowadays to the romantic appearance of the city reconstruction. After a big fire in 1902 who destroyed all of the city. After the fire once again the whole city was rebuilt using brick and stone to the time architectural style, and still today the whole city was stand to the known as the perfect example and design of Jugendstil.

Which is art type Nothern Europe is known as the art of Nouveau? Every tourist of the town came here and learn something about the style of Art Nouveau Center or Jugendstilsenteret. Which is a hike of up to 450 steps to the best viewpoints of Fjellstua restaurants? In Alesund town, the peek of mountains offer breathtaking views of all the town and all of its surrounding islands.

8. Jotunheimen National Park

Home of the giants of Jotunheimen is one of the Norway first national parks. Located in the south nation central region, this park was surrounded by several ranges of mountains in which included one of Norway’s highest peaks of 29th. This park is also famous for its Vettisfossen waterfalls, which is at 285 meters (935 feet) known as Norway one of the highest waterfalls. The trails are well marked and lodges of mountains are offered to tourists to very easy reach or access to the hike of a glacier, skiing, climbing of mountains, and tours summit. There are several tours company which offers the outdoor trekking adventures the tourist of skill level with every age.

7. Trondheim

Trondheim city founded in 996, and also the Third largest city in Norway. Trondheim is the capital of the country during the Viking age and all of the nation’s religious hubs in the middle ages. Trondheim city is best places to that visitor who want to explore the history of Norway. There is also an 11th-century castle, Known as Nidaros Cathedral, which is one of the northernmost medieval cathedrals in the whole world. Trondheim city was superabounded with remains its passed.

6. Svalbard

The group of islands located in the Norwegian Sea, Arctic Ocean, Greenland Sea, and Barents sea are known as Svalbard. This island was under the rule of Norwegian since 1918. The whole population of this group of island is more than 4500. All of these people-intensive to the accommodation of Barentsburg in Spitsbergen and Longyearbyen. Most tourists visit Svalbard’s because of its artic nature which is most powerful and underdone. Svalbard’s islands are also famous for his craggy mountains and unconsumed glaciers, Not only that’s over Svalbard’s is also wonderful wildlife best known for his walruses, polar bears, seals, caribou, whales, reindeer, and polar foxes.

5. Bergen

Second, ‘s the largest city in Norway. Bergen is known as the leading nation of the western port since the ages of the Middle. Nowadays there is a 14th-century waterfront of the district Bryggen which is a both working port of a visitors destination to the tourist of eager a sample of restaurants of the seaside. Bergen is also famous for his house which is in front of the scenic Fjords in the city and its surrounding islands, where you can see the whole city are very well. Bergens city quick trip is very popular to the gateway of Fjords.

4. Stavanger

Stavanger located in the southwest region of Norway. Stavanger city is in the whole country which is very few locations that have very long beaches of sand. which makes Stavanger to one of the summer popular destination for those visitors who want the mix advantages of sunbathing with explorations of Scandinavian. The city is also known as Harbor which is one of the stopping points of the cruise ship while it’s turning to fjords and most of Stavanger’s attractions. The Rogaland Kunstmuseum boats is also a superb exhibition of Norwegian art. The Stavanger Cathedral is one of the country’s top-rated Medieval church and Gamle Stavanger all district transport get you back in the late 18th century of Scandinavia.

3. Western Fjords

One of the Norway popular Fjords which is known that country is not a limited location or a particular region. However, it was a most famous, dramatic, and largely found fjords in the west of Norway, roughly the Stavanger to Molde. The western fjords slightly appear to the relatively of generally narrow. Which is surrounding the steep faces of rocks to the extremely deep and tallest mountains? One of the most famous fjords is Nærøyfjord and Geirangerfjord.

2. Oslo

Oslo is a Norway one of the populated city also Oslo is Norway Capitals. It is a modern-day city with an amazing atmosphere. This is only in one-third of the city while other are three-part of the city is green spaces, forests, parks, and outdoor activities which is like biking and hiking. In the center of the city, there are 18th-century museums, restaurants lively bars, Night club and also a Noble peace center which is located near the popular Oslo railway station. The Olso is best known for his culturally rich city well. In Oslo city, there are more than 45 museums in which one of the popular Munich museums. There is more than 140 historic building in the city of Oslo which is more than all over the Norway in which Oslo including Stave Church.

1. Lofoten Islands

Lofoten Islands is one of the popular tourist attractions places in the whole of Norway. This Islands is a group of islands which is located in the northern part of the country. There is a very small village of fishing which is nestled in fjords. Dotting with rugged coast where its peaks rising directly to the ocean. This part of Norway was described by the archipelago nowadays these were Norway’s one of the most scenic parts of the whole country. In summer the temperatures are more than 27°C which is not common Because the weather is changing very fast here in the Lofoten Islands.

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