Norway is a country that needs to be experienced with all your senses and a bucket list place if ever there was one. While Norway’s breath-taking landscapes, towering mountain peaks and magnificent Fjords are a nature and adventures lovers’ paradise, the country’s cities and towns are a heady mix of ancient and contemporary, and charm and sophistication.
The capital, Oslo, is a modern city with historical significance, and for a relatively small population, the city plays an important role in world politics. Nestled comfortably between the Oslofjord and its thick indigenous forests, the city is a magnet for international tourists, especially those who seek something a little different in their travel excursions. With a history as rich as this, you have to explore Oslo’s kaleidoscope of fascinating cultural attractions, check out its interesting architecture, and immerse yourself in this cosmopolitan city.
Bergen is a wonderful place to relax, kick back and take in the culture and nature that embrace the city and its people. Make sure you bring good walking shoes, as you'll want to experience Bergen and the surrounding mountains on foot. Situated on the water’s edge, the old town is a charming little waterfront city with character buildings, reminding you of a wild and wonderful past, many cool shops and restaurants, and quirky art scattered around the town.