As a visitor to Norway, you need to be aware of the fact that everyone has the right of access in the countryside, which includes the national parks. The Norwegian mainland covers thirty three national parks and seven on Svalbard. Continue reading “National Parks in Norway” »
As a visitor to Norway, you need to be aware of the fact that everyone has the right of access in the countryside, which includes the national parks. The Norwegian mainland covers thirty three national parks and seven on Svalbard.
Are you planning your holiday destination? Why not go to Norway where you can enjoy an unusual privacy with such unpopulated Nordic country.
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.
Among the many tourist attractions in Norway, their parks in Oslo stand out, with its rich history and lush greeneries. One of the most famous, if not the most famous, is the Vigeland Park. With 80 acres of land, the park is the largest in the city. But this is not what makes the park so special. Spread across the huge park is more than 212 sculptures made of bronze and granite. All the sculptures were created by famous Norwegian artist and sculptor Gustav Vigeland, hence the name of the park.
Most people look forward to spending their holidays out of the country. It is not a mystery really, especially if one has a very stressful job. All that stress can build up and erupt. So at some point you just want to leave it all behind, unwind and enjoy life with just you (or with you and your better half or with you and your family, whatever the case maybe) and your holiday destination.