Are you looking for a perfect Nordland travel itinerary that will leave you with unforgettable memories from the Arctic Circle in Northern Norway? I have it all ready for you. It includes the lesser-known Helgeland region with Helgeland Coast National Tourist Route, puffin island Lovund and Hawaiian-looking island of Treana, famous mountain range of Seven Sisters, magical Marble Castle, and second biggest glacier in Norway. It also goes through the western part of Lofoten Islands with spectacular landscapes of Vaeroy and stunning hikes around Reine.
Trolltunga, the iconic rock in Norway is known for its stunning views, long trail, and well, tourists. The popularity of Trolltunga hike makes the trail busy, especially in the high season. Luckily, there is another way of hiking Trolltunga and admiring the views – by climbing the wall of Trolltunga via Ferrata. And you don’t even have to have any climbing experience! It’s an adventurous off the beaten way of getting to the famous rock and so much fun. Check out how you can climb Trolltunga via Ferrata yourself.
It’s not a secret, that Flam (or Flåm in Norwegian) is one of the most popular fjord destinations in Norway. It’s a part of famous Norway in a Nutshell tour and a common stop for the cruise ships. This doesn’t mean, that you won’t find interesting and unique things to do in Flam. In this article, I share with you all the top things to do in Flam and the area.
Welcome to the region of alpine peaks and narrow fjords. The place when you can climb a snow-covered mountain in the morning and swim in the sea in the afternoon. The area where you can find hidden Hjørundfjord swing, and watch the mountains rising up to 1,700 meters straight from the sea. Sunnmøre Alps (Sunnmore Alps in English or Sunnmørsalpane in Norwegian), in western Norway, is a must-see for any outdoors lover.
Are you looking for ideas for interesting day trips from Oslo? Here you can find suggestions for the best Oslo day trips and weekend trips from Oslo.
Rjukan offers many outdoor and indoor activities. This includes hiking up the Gaustatoppen mountain that offers amazing views or riding the underground funicular. Add to this the famous Rjukan ice climbing opportunities, the sun mirrors, cable car, fascinating industrial history… The list goes on and on. Here is what to do in Rjukan, Norway.
Since I moved to Norway’s capital a few years ago, one of the most common questions I get is where to stay in Oslo and what are the best hotels in Oslo worth considering. The truth is, Oslo accommodation can be a little confusing, and cheap hotels are quite hard to find. But fear not, I created this guide for you where you can find plenty of information about Oslo hotels, whether you look for hostels, boutique hotels or others. I also cover which neighbourhood in Oslo to stay in, describing the main ones, so you can choose yourself.
Being in the city doesn’t mean you can’t explore the outdoors and get closer to nature. There are a lot of possibilities for hiking in Oslo. Here, I share with you the best Oslo hiking trails with panoramic views, easy access and the landscape you wouldn’t expect to find in this part of Norway.
Have you ever thought of traveling famous Norway in a Nutshell in winter? Explore some of the most beautiful landscapes in Norway off season, with peace and tranquillity. Discover the magic of the Norwegian fjords in the snow.
Is it possible to travel to Norway on a budget? Is Norway expensive? After living and travelling in Norway for over 2 years, I know how to travel Norway on a shoestring and I share with you all of my tips.