1 Lofoten – Idyllic Fishing Villages and Magical Nature
Experience magnificent mountains, idyllic fjords and charming fishing villages. Rent a kayak and paddle amongst the scenic islands. Catch a real Lofoten cod or go crab fishing. Spend the night in a fisherman's cabin with beautiful views of the fjord and mountains. On the various sightseeing cruises you can discover local wildlife such as whales, eagles and puffins. As one of the world's most spectacular archipelagos, Lofioten is an absolute must on the bucket list for your trip to Norway.
2 Geirangerfjorden – a Gorgeous Fairytale
This fjord is surrounded by steep mountains, fierce waterfalls, untouched nature, and small houses clinging to the mountainside. With the dramatic yet beautiful surroundings, it is no wonder that this fjord is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. At this place, you will feel like you are stepping right into a beautiful painting.
3 Romsdalen – Thrilling adventures, beautiful scenery
This is the perfect base for anyone seeking an action-packed holiday. Among Europe's most varied mountain landscapes, everythings is set for various adventures within or outside of your comfort zone. Try via ferrata or take an indoor climbing course. Glide through the beautiful Rauma River on a SUP board. Let the gondola transport you from the fjord to the mountains and enjoy a nice meal at Eggen Restaurant, 708 meters above sea level. Embark on a 7-hour hike to the iconic Romsdalseggen while enjoying the view of some of the most beautiful mountains in Norway.
4 Kirkenes. Visit a magical ice hotel - in the middle of summer
At Snowhotel Kirkenes winter lasts all year round. This hotel – completely made of snow and ice – keeps open 365 days a year. Experience the magical wonders of walking from a green and warm summer into a the winter kingdom. Marvel at the beautiful ice sculptures and carvings illuminated in different colors, say hi to the polar bear at the reception and stop by the ice bar. While in the area you can also take part in exciting activities such as king crab fishing and dog sledding.
5 Flåm – A West Norwegian Paradise
Majestic mountains, luscious valleys and deep fjords – this area has something for any nature lover whether you are looking for thrilling excitement or just want to enjoy the peace and quiet in beautiful surroundings. Take a trip to the viewing platform Stegastein, 650 meters above sea level and look out over the beautiful Aurlandsfjord. Go on a sightseeing cruise on the Nærøy Fjord – listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Take Flåmsbanen, one of the world's most spectacular train journeys, past Rallarvegen and through gorgeous nature.
6 Senja – The Fairytale Island
From a lush and inviting landscape on the inland part of the island to the rigid, raw and rough nature on the coastal side, Norway's largest island offers some of the most interesting sceneries in the country. Go on a mountain hike to Husfjellet, Hesten or Segla while the midnight sun lights up your way. Go sightseeing on the turquoise waters and fish in one of the world's richest fishing areas. Spend a day at the beach in the summer and experience the magical Northern Lights in the winter.