Norway – a country of art, Northern Lights and fjords
If you are in search for the best holidays, rich of new experiences, you will not find a better place than Norway, which by virtue of its natural attractions, such as the western fjords and the North Cape, annually attracts millions of tourists from around the world. Wild nature, icebergs vertically
facing the sea, fjords, glaciers and natural phenomena such as the midnight sun and the northern lights, also the possibility of whale watching, will create for you a truly unique journey.
But not only the natural resources and features, but also the cities of Norway offer many interesting to visitors. The capital Oslo, in addition to the fantastic nature, is also rich in museums and attractions. Quite remarkable are as Bergen, Alesund, impressive for its architecture in Art Nouveau style, Tromsø, Trondheim and Stavanger. Here you can learn interesting culture of the Sami, who were the original inhabitants of North Norway, see the wooden churches – the unique examples of architecture and to learn even more.
Norway, which is one of the most northern countries of Europe, disposed at Cape Knivskkjellodden, in the western part of Scandinavia, due to its geographical location is often a place of exceptional natural phenomena, the beauty of which is simply breathtaking.
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In Oslo, heading towards the city center, you can visit the amusement park Tusenfryd, Vigeland Sculpture Park, Viking Ship Museum and the National Gallery. Fans of the natural environment will be able to visit the National Park Dividalen, placed near the Swedish border, or the Botanical Garden, which is located in Tromsø. These magnificent places offer the opportunity to observe the birds in their natural habitat.
In Oslo and its surroundings provided a truly exceptional number of monuments. The unique monument is the Norwegian national shrine, namely the cathedral in Trondheim, which was built on the grave of St. Olav.
The oldest secular building in Scandinavia is the Archbishop’s Palace, and in the same city you can visit the museum of weapons and the Norwegian royal jewelry and Resistance Museum.
Norway also offers high standards and the quality of its cuisine, which mostly composed by seafood and there is a lot of venison and game. These natural products are rich in flavor and are often served with a sauce of sour cream. A typical Christmas dish is pinnekjøtt, consisting of smoked and salted lamb chops combined with potatoes, gravy and mashed swede. Be sure to try the famous Norwegian salmon.