Oslo – the capital of Norway. Among the largest attractions are Holmenkollen Ski Jump and The Vigeland Park – but Oslo also offers hundreds of exciting places to visit, like The Viking-Ship Museum, Kon-Tiki Museum and the Akershus Fortress.

Trondheim – historically Kaupangen, Nidaros and Trondhjem is the third largest city in Norway and home of The Nidaros Cathedral – the world’s northernmost medieval cathedral and Norway’s national sanctuary.

The best known tourist attraction in the Stavanger area is The Pulpit rock. The massive flat-topped cliff are one of Norway´s most iconic spectacles and rises nearly 609 meters above the waters of Lysefjord.

Bergen – the second largest city in Norway and home of the seven mountains and breathtaking fjords. By far the most iconic sight is the colourful facade of Bryggen, the old Hanseatic wharf first established in the 14th century, who also became a part of UNESCOs heritage list in 1979.

Ålesund is built on a row of islands extending out into the ocean, but it’s most famous for its beautiful architecture.Visit The Geirangerfjord – one of the most spectacular sights in Norway and also on the UNESCO heritage list from 2005.

Tromsø is the perfect venue for outdoors adventures. The Northern Lights, Whale safari, reindeer or dog sledding and overnight stay in lavvo. In Tromsø, you will also find Tromsdalen Church, or better known as the Arctic Cathedral.

Bodø – situated above the Arctic Circle and beneath the Auroral Oval, the beautiful fishing village of Bodo enjoys spectacular views of the Northern Lights and, in the summer, the Midnight Sun. Nearby Saltstraumen is the site of the world’s strongest tidal current, which creates epic whirlpools and draws an abundance of fish.

Kristiansand – the largest city in Southern Norway and gets lots of visits every year. Kristiansand is a family destination, with attractions and family friendly activities, with Dyreparken as one of the largest. Here, you will find a gigantic zoo and amusement park.

Drøbak is a real summer town in the summer, and a Christmas town in the winter. With the old wooden houses in Drøbak, Oscarsborg, and Santa’s post office, the city attracts many visitors from far and near.
Where the Oslo Fjord is at its narrowest is the town of Drøbak.

Stavern is a small town just outside Larvik where tourism is one of the most important sources of income. During summer, the population increases to around 30,000-40,000 people, due to camping sites and cottages around the town centre as well as boats visiting the harbour.

Asker – a small village just outside Oslo is a beautiful upcoming tourist destination that is worth a visit. You will be surprised by some of the unique things to do and places you can explore at this hidden destination. Take a nice walk at Semsvannet or take a climb to the top of Skaugumsåsen.