There are tons of things to do in Norway in winter. Want to discover the real Norway winter travel and go on an epic road trip accessible by self-drive from Oslo? Fancy finding out some of the best places to visit in Norway in winter with thrilling winter activities and without many people? The Norway winter itinerary below will help you do just that!
Christmas markets in Oslo are an essential part of the holiday season in Norway. Full of fairy lights, sweet smell of glogg, fuzzy woolen sweaters, and fun in the snow. Here, you can find a full list of the best Oslo Christmas Markets in 2021 with their description and opening times.
Visiting Iceland Ice Cave was on my bucket list for a very long time and finally, I managed to do it! In this guide, I share with you my experience of visiting Iceland ice caves, as well as all the information that you might need when you plan your ice cave tour in Iceland.
Ever wondered what to do in Helsinki in winter and what are the top places to visit? Did you want to try traditional Finnish sauna, ice swimming, walking on a frozen sea, visiting some unusual churches and monuments, and tasting delicious Scandinavian cuisine? Check out what are the best things to do in the Finnish capital in winter!
Visiting Iceland natural hot springs is like entering the outdoor (and free) spa treatment. Geothermal pools in Iceland are hidden in the mountains, surrounded by lava fields, small or big. You can many different types of hot pools dotted around the island. Find the best hot springs in Iceland, where you can relax and enjoy the nature around – for free, together with a handy hot springs Iceland map included.
Bergen, the southwestern city of Norway surrounded by mountains and fjords, is famous for its colourful wooden houses, outdoor activities and proximity to the beautiful Norwegian nature. I visited the city off-season to discover what to do in Bergen in winter when there are fewer tourists. In this guide, you will find how to experience winter in Bergen, what are the best things to do in Bergen in winter, and how to make the most of your stay even if the Bergen weather is not the best.
Did you know that you can hike on top of the most famous wall in Norway? The Trollveggen, Troll Wall, is the tallest vertical overhanging rock face in Europe. There are several hiking routes that lead to the edge of Troll Wall, such as Stabbeskaret. Have a look at how to hike there yourself!
Do you like mountain adventures, amazing views, and challenging yourself with something more than a mountain hike? Then, you should try Loen Via Ferrata – a prepared climbing path suitable for usually fit people, with the longest hanging Via Ferrata bridge in Europe. If the exposure doesn’t take your breath away, the views towards blue Nordfjord, turquoise lakes, and sparkling glaciers surrounding Loen surely will. Have a look at how to climb Loen Via Ferrata in Norway.
Galdhøpiggen, the highest mountain in Norway, Scandinavia, and Northern Europe is on many travelers’ bucket list. Finally, I managed to get there too! In this post, I share with you the details about the Galdhøpiggen hike, crossing the Galdhøpiggen glacier, and the best routes to get to Norway’s highest mountain.
Hundreds of puffins nesting on the rocks, golf balls that feed the fish, a unique hotel, great restaurant, hiking trails, Lundeura nature reserve, and the salmon industry. Welcome to Lovund, Norway, one of the most special islands in the country.