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Norway - Discover Magnific​ent landscapes and vibrant city life

Norway offers unspoiled nature with breathtakingly clear rivers, lush forests, and deep fjords surrounded by mountains. Norway is famous for its beautiful and easily accessible fjords and mountains, making a visit to Norway a truly memorable experience. 
The Norwegian landscape is ideal for outdoor activities including hiking, glacier walking, fishing, and cycling, just to name a few popular pasttimes. ​


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​Norway - A country of fjor​​ds

The incredible fjords of Norway were carved out by ice, stone and rock during successive ice ages, and are often extremely​ deep.

Norway’s deepest fjord, Sognefjord, goes to the impressive depth of 1,308 metres below sea level. The depth of the Norwegian fjords permit navigation by large ships, allowing you to experience the fjord’s beauty up close. UNESCO has listed the fjords of Norway on its prestigious World Heritage List.

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The mountains of Norway

Norway offers incredible opportunities for mountain hiking. Gaustatoppen, Besseggen and Preikestolen are among the most famous mountains for hiking in Norway. Their majestic climbs and stunning natural beauty make for a wonderful trekking experience. When hiking in the Norwegian mountains, it is not unusual to see the Aurora Borealis (the Northern Lights). If you go during summer, you will likely experience the Midnight Sun, as the sun never sets in the summer season.

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Norwegian​ Attractions

The Oslo Opera House is located in central Oslo at the head of the Oslo Fjord, about 1 km from the DFDS terminal. The Opera house contains 1100 rooms with a total area of 38,500m² (414,000 sq. ft.). The main auditorium seats 1,364, and two other performance spaces can seat 200 and 400. The main stage is 16m (52 ft) wide and 40m (130 ​ft) deep. The angular exterior surfaces of the building are clad with Italian marble and white granite, and the building appears to be rising from the water. It is the largest cultural building constructed in Norway since Nidarosdomen was completed around the year 1300.

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​The Norwegians​​

Norwegians take pride in their liberalism and are a freedom-loving and independent people. Their progressive and egalitarian beliefs inform their social conventions. Similar to the other Scandinavian countries, the general tone is casual and introductions consist of a handshake and brief eye contact.​ Norwegians are very welcoming to tourists in Norway, and they delight in showing others both their culture and their​ country.

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​Nobel Peace Cen​ter

At the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo you can learn about the Nobel prize winners and the father of the Peace Prize, Alfred Nobel. The center focuses on topics relating to war, peace, and conflict resolution in Norway as well as abroad.

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​Oslo Museums

The ​Munch Museum's collection includes a large number of paintings, graphic prints, and drawings. 

The exhibitions are constantly changing, presenting a wide variety of works.

The Lofotr Viking Museum features the world's largest Viking longhouse. In the mead hall of the 83-meter long house, viking food a​nd drinks are served to museum guests. A replica of the viking ship Gokstad is docked in a nearby inlet. During the summer season you can try your hand at mastering the art of archery or axe throwing, or even try rowing the Viking ship.

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