Flights to Norway
Fly from Edinburgh, Newcastle, Manchester, Shetland & Kirkwall
Fly up to 10 destinations across Norway with Loganair and Wideroe
Looking for a view to remember? Visit Ålesund located at the entrance to the fjords! Many use the Art Nouveau town as a starting point to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Geirangerfjord. During the winter months the area is great for all the family with Skiing and Snowboarding at Stranda Ski Resort.
The second largest city in Norway is a paradise for the adventurer or those seeking idyllic, unspoiled, dramatic landscapes – it is isn’t known as “The Gateway to the Fjords” for nothing! Furthermore, its colourful waterfront “Byrggen Wharf”, is picture perfect for a stroll come summer or winter with it’s many restaurants serving the finest local delicacies.
Bodø is the largest city in Nordland, situated on a peninsula in Northern Norway, it an ideal hosting point for adventure in Norway. Bodo provides ideal access to the Lofoten Islands and Moskenes; known for their unique scenery of mountain peaks that erupt from the open sea combined with many sheltered bays – they are easily reached with a short ferry crossing.
Florø is Norway’s (and Scandanavias) most western-most city and arguably one of Norway’s most charming towns with its backdrop of sensational archipelagos. The Kstmuseet (The Coast Museum) is well worth an explore, where you can see a variety of boats and exhibits showcasing Norway’s coastal communities.
Known as the birthplace of Norway and the homeland of viking kings. The region tells the story of Norways viking past and how Norway became united as a single kingdom. The region offers an amazing opportunity to experience Norway’s beautiful countryside, with everything from mountains, fjords and waterfalls to rocky heather moors.
You may not think of Norway as a family, sun-kissed destination, but Kristiandsand, Norway’s southernmost city attracts many tourists families each summer. It’s easy to see why with its white-sand beaches and calm waters within secluded bays, coupled with it’s superb amusement park “Dyreparken”, that hosts a zoo, water park and amusement park, all-in-one!
Situated in western Norway, Kristiansund is home to one of two opera companies in Norway, in-fact the city hosts around 100 performances each year which should definitely be on your operatic radar! After a show, why not try out “Klipfish” (dried and salted cod). The specialty can be found in almost all of the restaurants in the town – also selling some of the world’s most delicious seafood.
Molde (otherwise known as the “Town of Roses”), has some great cultural attractions on offer; including an International Literature Festival. However what should put Molde on your map, should be its famous International Jazz Festival, which takes place each year.
Oslo is cited frequently as Europe’s best city for long summer nights. With plenty of daylight during the summer, the long days mean more time for exploring all the city has to offer. From the somewhat bizarre sculpture park made by a single artist – Gustav Vigeland, to the many fine dining restaurants and cosmopolitan bars, there’s plenty to enjoy into the late hours. Perhaps explore these after a night at the opera within the stunning Oslo Opera House?
Visit the world-famous “Pulpit Rock” and a former European Capital of Culture. A university city, it has a lively atmosphere with a wide-range of shopping, dining and entertainment experiences. If you’re a foodie, be sure to visit the Gladmat Food Festival, held every July which attracts 250,000 visitors! They can’t all be wrong.
Tromsø should be at the top of your list to experience the Northern Lights: it’s far north position coupled with low levels of light pollution, make it an ideal destination to spot this natural phenomena. Furthermore, there’s a wealth of things to see and do; why not check-out the aquarium, the world’s most northerly botanical garden, or experience the Northern Light Festival or Tromso International Film Festival?