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Trondheim

For more than a thousand years, Trondheim has been a center for development of science, culture, infrastructure and innovation.
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Oslo

Oslo´s unique combination of city life and easy access to nature, makes this city a very popular travel destination.
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Tromsø

Tromsø – surrounded by spectacular scenery that is visible from everywhere in town.
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Ålesund

Most famous for its beautiful architecture, with houses built on a row of islands extending out into the ocean.
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Stavanger

Stavanger/Sandnes area is the third-largest urban area in Norway with a vibrant cultural life and cutting-edge restaurants.
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Bergen

Norway’s second largest city, is also the west coast’s largest port and one of Scandinavia’s busiest cruise ship stopovers.
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Bodø

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.
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Drøbak

All year round, Drøbak has something to offer. Drøbak is a beautiful summer town as well as a cozy Christmas town, with Oscarsborg fortress right outside in the Oslofjord.
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Asker

A small village just outside Oslo is a beautiful upcoming tourist destination that is worth a visit.
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Stavern

Stavern is a very popular tourist destination during the summer.
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Skien (coming soon)

Skien is a beautiful town south of Norway. Gems like Dalen hotel and Telemarkskanalen are popular tourist attractions near Skien city.
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Kristiansand

Kristiansand is 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.
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Fredrikstad

Fredikstad is located southeast in Norway and have
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Tønsberg

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TOP ATTRACTIONS IN NORWAY

Museums and Attractions
trondheim

Nidaros Cathedral

Nidaros Cathedral is the world’s northernmost medieval cathedral and Norway’s national sanctuary. The Cathedral is the grave church of St. Olav, the patron Saint of Norway. In addition to it now being one of Europe’s major historical pilgrim destinations, coronations and royal blessings take place in the church.
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Attractions
oslo

Vigeland Sculpture Park

The Vigeland Sculpture Park is the largest sculpture park in the world, made by one sculptor. It is open all year around. This unique park is Gutav Vigelands life work, with over 200 sculptures in bronze, granite and wrought iron. Vigeland also designed and made the architectural plan for the park, which stretches over a field of 320 acres. The
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Attractions
oslo

Holmenkollen

Holmenkollen nasjonalanlegg er et levende anlegg både sommer som vinter og er i tillegg til å være en av verdens mest kjente idrettsarenaer, norges mest besøkte turistattraksjon. Pris for Skimuseet og Hopptårnet: Det er felles billett for museet og tårnet. – Voksne 140 kr – Barn 70 kr (6-18 år) – Familie 350 kr ( 2 voksne + 2 barn) – Student/Honnør: 120 kr
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Attractions
stavanger

Pulpit Rock

Pulpit Rock is a spectacular destination that can be a day tour from Stavanger. We deliver you to the start of the trail that takes you along the plateau to this breathtaking viewpoint. It is truly an experience of a lifetime, and the ever-changing natural environment also makes it a tour you can enjoy again and again. There is always
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Museums and Attractions
bergen

Bryggen, the old wharf of Bergen

Bryggen is a historic harbour district in Bergen, one of North Europe’s oldest port cities on the west coast of Norway which was established as a centre for trade by the 12th century. In 1350 the Hanseatic League established a “Hanseatic Office” in Bergen. They gradually acquired ownership of Bryggen and controlled the trade in stockfish from Northern Norway through
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Museums and Attractions
alesund

Geirangerfjord

The Geiranger Fjord is a fjord in the Sunnmøre region of Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is located entirely in the Stranda Municipality. It is a 15-kilometre -long branch off the Sunnylvsfjorden, which is a branch off the Storfjorden. The small village of Geiranger is located at the end of the fjord where the Geirangelva river empties into it.
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