holiday in Norway gateway to the fjords
holiday in Norway gateway to the fjords
holiday in Norway gateway to the fjords
holiday in Norway gateway to the fjords
holiday in Norway gateway to the fjords
Norway unspoilt attractions
Norway unspoilt attractions
Norway unspoilt attractions
Norway unspoilt attractions
Norway unspoilt attractions

In the south is the emblematic rock Pulpit Rock - a small plateau above Lisefyord. For those who courage to go to the edge of the cliff will find incredible views.

Haugesund is a very nice and hospitable southern city - home of the Vikings.

Nearby are the southern fjords, which will provide us an opportunity to witness the majestic waterfalls of Norway.

You will need several months to visit the most impressive and unforgettable places this far north country. Bookmark and Share

Visit the country of the Vikings – Norway

In whichever direction you look in Norway will not be disappointed. One thing is certain, you will feel the serenity of nature and will be refreshed among the natural wonders. In fact there are many guides and superlatives written about this great country, but one thing will make a big impression.

The country's population is small and maybe that's why the environment is well preserved. There is no overcrowding, that we are used to in developed countries. The high standard, transport system and English-speaking people who will gladly help you are advantages that complement the beautiful scenery.

Each area of Norway offers plenty of primary attractions. In the south there are sandy beaches, small charming villages cute and pretty good hiking trails. Bergen is the doorway to the fjords - must be seen, but Voss is a small island for the summer competitions. Do not miss out Sognefjord, the second longest fjord in the world and visiting the town of Alesund characterized by its art and architecture.

To move further north - Geirangerfjord is the most photographed place in Norway. Go up the rock Trollveggen and enjoy the majestic mountains. Did they Lofoten Islands, where you can stay in local lodges and enjoy fishing.

Further north, Tromsø is a lively small town with impressing with bars and restaurants inviting guests to feel the comfort of the Norwegian North.

The northernmost point in Europe are really majestic cliffs of North Cape. Norwegian Lapland is home to 100,000 caribou, which are still reared by indigenous peoples.

Not by chance National Geographic Traveller magazine notes Fjords of Norway, the beautiful landscape and well-preserved rural life number one destination.

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