Travel Norway – 6 best places to visit

Are you gonna travel to Norway? We got you covered! Although Norway is not the first destination that comes to mind when you are thinking about your next, trip it is definitely worth it. It offers plenty of breathtaking landscapes, while also being culturally rich.

Let’s look at some of the top destinations you can’t miss on your Travel to Norway.

Travel Norway guide

Oslo – capital of Norway

During your resa till norge you can’t miss out on Oslo. The capital of Norway has it all. From its
surrounding fjords to a lot of museums that should peak your interest. Here are some of the top
museums in Oslo:
● Fram Museum
Norwegians are known for being some of the most well-known explorers of the modern world.
The Fram Museum, named after one of the most iconic Norwegian ships used during the Polar
explorations, shows ships and the Polar habitat. The Fram Museum is an homage to the great
Norwegian explorers and remains one the best places to visit, and a deep dive into Viking
● Viking Ship Museum
The Viking Ship Museum is another attraction you can’t miss, especially if you are into Viking
history. It is remarkable how the Vikings were able to create vessels made out of wood and sail
far beyond what we think is possible. The Viking Ship Museum is a tribute to the Viking culture
and its importance.
This museum features three 9th century Viking vessels that have been used as a burial
chamber of prominent Vikings.
The Viking Ship Museum is one of Oslo’s top attractions and is operated by the Museum of
Cultural History. Here you can see the largest Viking vessel which is the Oseberg Ship which
was built around 800 AD.
Let’s be honest, museums are not everyone’s cup of tea. For that reason, there are other
landmarks that you can’t miss. Here they are:
● Opera House
The Opera House is perhaps one of the most astonishing architectural buildings in all of Oslo.
Even if you are not into Opera, and you don’t want to go on a show, it is worthy of a visit.
Surrounded by water, it is a truly remarkable architectural landmark.
● Vigeland Sculpture Park
Gustav Vigeland is the most famous Norwegian sculptor, and the Vigeland Park combines all of
his best sculpture pieces. There are over 200 different sculptures made of different materials. It
is definitely one of the places you can’t miss. Take a stroll through the park and enjoy Gustav
Vigeland’s remarkable sculptures.
You may also choose to visit the many islands that surround Oslo, and there are several boat
charters that do island hopping. This allows you to visit different islands during the same day,
and it can be a very exciting experience.

Bygdoy Peninsula

Bygdoy Peninsula is also located in Oslo and very near the city. There are a lot of attractions in
the Bygdoy Peninsula such as museums, nature parks, beaches, and forests. One of the
popular attractions here is the Center for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities in

If you are interested in the maritime industry, Bygdoy Peninsula is also where you can find the
Norwegian Maritime Museum. This museum shows the role of fishing and other maritime
activities in Norwegian life.
Oslo has it all! A vibrant city with plenty of activities and culturally reach locations, that are
worthy of a visit. The perfect combination of city life while being surrounded by nature.

Pulpit Rock

Pulpit rock in Preikestolen is a perfect tourist attraction for those active tourists that want
adventure. This location might require an uphill hike, but when you reach the top, the view is
worth the 2-hour walk. Pulpit Rock has some of the most astonishing views in all of Europe, and
even if you are not into hiking, you should try to reach the top.

It is the perfect place for some of those Instagram pictures that will leave your followers
impressed. Pulpit Rock is near the Stavanger area which you can also try to visit to see the
Norwegian Canning Museum. This old cannery was established in 1975, and it is an interesting
part of Norwegian culture. You should also visit the Stavanger Cathedral, which is Norway’s
oldest cathedral and one of the oldest in Europe.


Located in Northern Norway, Tromsø is the best place to see the Northern lights. Many of us
have dreamed of seeing this magnificent light show that mother nature provides us, and Tromsø
is one of the top locations for it. While you are there, you can also go skiing and hiking.
Also located in Tromsø is Polaria, one of the best places in Europe to understand and see
firsthand Arctic wildlife. You will have a chance to see Arctic seals and the aquarium. If you are
into marine biology it is definitely worth it.

To get good landscape views our advice is to hop on the Fjellheisen cable car, it will give you
outstanding panoramic views of the city and its surroundings. The perfect place to take plenty of


Kirkenes is also located in the north of Norway, and it is a destination for some of the most
adventurous souls out there. It is one of the coldest parts of Norway, and the temperatures can
be extremely low if you are not used to it. However, Kirkenes can be one of the best
destinations in your resa till norge.
You can try dog sledding, and get an adrenaline rush, and you can even experience a night in
an ice hotel. This is certainly not an experience for everyone, but for those adventurous enough
it is certainly a once-in-a-lifetime hotel stay.


Bergen is the second-largest city in Norway, and just like Oslo it is a combination of beautiful
scenery and a metropolitan feel. One of the best things to do while you are in Bergen is to visit
the seven mountains. They surround the city of Bergen are easily accessible through the
Fløibanen which can get you to the top in a few minutes. It’s worth it for its breathtaking views
and picture-friendly landscapes.

Bergen is also one of the least visited UNESCO World Heritage cities. Get lost in the
cobblestone streets of Bergen and experience the city. If you are into skiing or snowboarding
you can always go to Myrkdalen, which is about 2 hours away from Bergen.

Conclusion -Travel Norway

Norway has so much to offer. It has beautiful sceneries, rich in culture, and activities for
adventure buffs. You can stay in one place and you can never run out of things to do. It is
perfect if you are looking for a place that is chill and close to nature and yet you can enjoy the
urban life at the same time.

So next time you are looking for a place to visit Europe, why not try a resa till norge. Who
knows, the country might surprise you with what they can offer.

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