Oslo is the largest city in Norway. The city offers an abundance of attractions, shopping options and a flourishing cultural life, and a choice of restaurants which is almost unparalleled in Scandinavia. A ten-minute boat ride from the centre takes you to lovely beaches on the islands in the Oslofjord.
Bergen is the Gateway to the Fjords of Norway. Norway's second city is strikingly set on a convergence of fjords, backed by steeped, forested slopes. Fascinating and picturesque quarters wait to be explored – not only Bryggen, the famous old timber wharf with Unesco World Heritage Site status.
Kristiansand is the largest city in Southern Norway and attracts a lot of tourists every year. Kristiansand is a family destination, focusing in activities and attractions for families, one of the largest if these being Dyreparken, a gigantic zoo and amusement park.
The town of Alesund has a beautiful setting across several islands stretching out into the Atlantic Ocean, and is known for its architecture in Art Nouveau style. There are also gently sloping hills for alpine skiing and cross-country skiing. And the fjords, lakes and rivers are teeming with fish.
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June and July
Oslo, Bergen, Bodo, Narvik, Molde, Voss, Hamar, Drammen, Tromso, Stavanger, Alesund.
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