A Trip to Norway... for everyone!

Explore Norway’s beauty…

From short city breaks to longer stays exploring the Fjords, there are various types of trips you can take in Norway. Whether you prefer to be one with the outdoors or indulge and splurge (a bit of a guilty pleasure, but it's nice to treat yourself once in a while!) or you prefer more budget-friendly memorable experiences, there are plenty of activities, accommodation and adventures for you in Norway. Here are a few we think are not to be missed– some of which are even once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

For the Outdoor Adventurer

If this year's goal is to explore the outdoors further, then Norway is the perfect place to head to. If you're planning on visiting during the winter, you can try Alpine Skiing. You can even make it a ski getaway with friends or family, as most of Norway's best ski resorts are family-friendly. There are both beginner and action-packed slopes, meaning even if your skills differ, you can still enjoy your time on the snow. There are various destinations you can head to, such as the indoor ski resort SNO and the largest ski resort in the Oslo area, Skimore Oslo, which are both close to Oslo. If you're planning on visiting during warmer months, hiking is the ideal outdoor activity. With hiking trails such as Pulpit Rock (with magnificent views of the Lysefjord) and Florli 4444, the world's longest staircase, Stavanger is the perfect place for it.

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For The Splurger

Whether you're looking for the perfect honeymoon destination, want to splurge on a loved one's birthday or just wish to treat yourself a little more this year, there are several things and places to go around Norway to do so. To start off, a cruise around the Fjords is not to be missed - think splendid views of scenic fjords and some vistas which can only be seen by boat cruise. The best part is that whatever time of year you decide to go, you'll still have an incredible experience. A lot of Fjord cruises start from Bergen, which you can fly to from Newcastle and Edinburgh with Loganair. If you'd like the ultimate Norwegian experience, you can also book a private floating sauna in Oslo - a great place to unwind and spend wholesome time with loved ones. If you're looking to splurge on accommodation, Norway sure has some unique places for it. From ice hotels to treehouses used as accommodation to aurora canvas domes to mirror glass cabins, there are some magnificent ones available.

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For Budget-Friendly Bucket-List Experiences

Let's face it, some of the most memorable things on trips are the views you get to see. Whether that's taking a cable car to a mountain, hiking to a viewpoint or taking a boat ride to somewhere scenic, views are just one thing that Norway has a lot of. From the spectacular Fjords to Ulriksbanen in Bergen to escaping in the middle of nowhere in a cabin with views on views, you're bound to find a spot to be mesmerised. And if there's a sunset included, that makes it even better in our books! Something that Norway is known for but is not so easy to spot is the Northern Lights, which are beautiful dancing waves of light which can only be seen in complete darkness. They are such a unique experience, and the best thing is that they're a part of nature, so they're free!

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