There is much that can be said about traveling in Norway and what you are going to discover along the way. There is always room for more to be found in Norway, and it is a country with a rich history that is often overlooked in tourist books because of the often cold climate. Yes, it is a fact that some of the year is cold in Norway. However, this leads to much of the country’s attractions, the outdoor sports in winter.
Whether you want to downhill ski, cross country ski, snowboard or learn to race a dog team, there are many experiences and opportunities that might await you on a visit to Norway. There are many different ski resorts and mountains that you can visit, each one giving you a different take on the outdoor sport, and each one giving you a different place to exhibit your skills and to learn new ones. There is never an end to the beauty of the places that you can travel to in Norway. You should always be prepared to be outdoors and to enjoy the climates, because when it comes to outdoor temperature, they are actually quite bearable and livable.
The snow is beautiful and breathtaking in the winter, and the flower gardens are also beautiful in the summer. There is hardly a more beautiful country on earth that you could visit than Norway.
The natural attractions are the best. There are hundreds of beautiful and unique things to see in nature in Norway. Most of best include the fjords that dot the country side, as well as the mountain farms on the west coast. The capital in Eastern Norway offers you historical sites as well as contemporary life, and the midnight sun in the north is something you should not pass by if you are there art the right time.
If you are planning your first visit to Norway, you should be sure to include some time to spend in Oslo. This city is the forefront of technology and modern life in Norway. You can see multitudes of museums and cultural hot spots by taking a visit to Norway, and there are many affordable hotels where you can stay and where you can enjoy the country to the fullest.
Besides for the outdoor activities and the indoor museums in Oslo, there re also many monuments that you can discover, as well as simply going through the city as a normal person. Some of the best experiences in Norway can be found in the small coffee shops and book stores in any town. Simply sitting down to talk to someone who has lived there for their whole lives can teach you lessons that you have never even dreamt of learning.