Norway Tourism
The Land of the Fjords

Norway Tourism is an incredible experience among the amazing Fjords. Norway or Norge in Norwegian, officially the Kingdom of Norway is a constitutional monarchy located in the western portion of the Scandinavian Peninsula.Oslo is the Capital of Norway.

It is bordered by Finland and Russia on the northeast and Sweden to the east. Denmark is separated from Norway by the North Sea. Here are the top Tourist Attractions in Norway.

Midnight Sun at the North Cape in Norway

Midnight Sun at the North Cape in Norway

North Cape

This is the top attraction in Norway visited by thousands of tourists every year, especially during the summer months. It offers breathtaking views, dramatic cliffs and the fact that you are visiting Europe’s northern end. This area is also called Finnmark.

Bryggen Wharf in Bergen

This is a favorite in Bergen on southwestern Norway. The more than 60 buildings have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of the top sights in Norway.


Remember this town from the 1994 Winter Olympics. This town is a jewel in Norway. There are many outdoor activities and relaxation close to Lake Mjøsa.

A Birdseye view of Geiranger Fjord in Norway

Birdseye view of Geiranger Fjord in Norway

The Geirangerfjord in Norway

We have visited with one of the Fjord Cruises and may attest to the unsurpassed beauty of its cliffs.

It is located halfway between Trondheim in the north and Bergen in the South. For many tourists Fjords is synonymous with Norway.

If you are there on your own and not on a short cruise stop, you may enjoy activities like fishing, hiking and boating.

Norway Tourism

The daily ceremony of the Changing of the Guard in Oslo

The daily ceremony of the Changing of the Guard in Oslo

Changing of the Royal Guard in Oslo

No matter what the weather is it takes place every single day in Olslo the Capital of Norway.

Just walk towards the Royal Palace and witness for free the Royal event at 1:30 pm and 2:10 pm.

In the summer this ceremony is accompanied by mounted police and a Norwegian Military Band through the streets of the Capital of Norway.

Ice Skating in Oslo

The best things are free. There are many venues where to ski and ice skating in Oslo. Now is the time to join the crowd together with the kids.

The Snow Hotel in Kirkenes

Starting in mid December the hotel offers snow-suites. Its more than twenty guest rooms come with sleeping bags, mattresses and lots of art made of snow and ice.

The Holmenkollen Ski Jump

This amazing ski jump, doesn’t fail to attract visitors and skiers wannabes. It hosts many ski competitions. This site is a top visitor sight.

The large statue at Vigeland park in Oslo, Norway

The large statue at Vigeland park in Oslo, Norway

Vigeland Park in Oslo

We were impressed by the sculptures of this park. It is one of the top attractions in Oslo and one of the most beautiful parks in Norway.

It contains the life work of Gustav Vigeland, a famous Norwegian sculptor. The park has a visitors center and a souvenir shop.

Aerial view of the city of Trondheim in Norway

Aerial view of the city of Trondheim in Norway

The Town of Trondheim Norway

This northern town in Norway, founded in the year 997 AD, has many historic buildings and monuments.

You may walk the whole town by starting in the center of town. It is also home to the Trondheim Torg, a soaring granite column which is the world’s largest sundial.

For more information go to Norway Tourism Board

Map of Norway and neighboring countries

Map of Norway and neighboring countries

credits for images on norway tourism

north cape by gfdl
bryggen wharf by perplex
lillehamer by mahlum
geirangerfjord by m. david
fuard oslo by wppilot
isce skating by bjorn pedersa
vigeland n/a
trondheim n/a
holmenkollen by mathias stang
snow hotel n/a

all courtesy of wikimedia commons

New! Comments

Have your say about what you just read! Leave me a comment in the box below.

From Norway Tourism go to Scandinavia Tourism

Go to Tuchman Travel Guide Home Page

Site Map     About Us     Share your Story     Blog     Contact Us     Disclaimer   Privacy Policy