When I think about Norway, Vikings and the northern lights come into my mind. The Scandinavian country surrounds glaciers, mountains, and coastal fjords.

If you are visiting Northan Norway, you will witness the most distinct landscapes that nature has to offer. The land of the midnight sun has bright summers where the sun is up for 24 hours. In winters the scene changes entirely. So it will depend on the traveller when to visit. Even if the sunlight is limited to a small period of time in winters, cities of Norway are alive, elegant, and energetic.

Jotunheimen National Park

Also known as the home of the giants, Jotunheimen National Park is surrounded by mountain ranges. You can also visit Vettisfossen, the 900 ft high waterfall, which is the highest in Norway. You can enjoy many tours like moutan climbing, glacier, hiking, and of course skiing too.

Bergen

Bergen is the second-largest city of Norway. You can eat delicious fresh seafood cuisine, and take tours of the inspiring museums. The culturally magnificent city as 60 historic buildings in arrays which are declared as UNESCO World Heritage sites. The residential houses are a beautiful sight in Bergen which is designed in the backdrop of seven mountains.

Tromsø

Tromsø on the island of Tromsoya. If you want to explore the city like a tourist, visit the Storsteinen Mountain through a cable car, which offers awe-inspiring views of mountains and fjords. Tromsø is the largest city if northern Norway and the best seat to enjoy the majestic Northen lights. It is my dream to watch the northern lights someday in future.

  Stavanger

Stavanger is popular for its sandy beaches of the southwest of Norway.summer is the best time to visit Stavanger. Many of the cruise ships halt at the Stavanger port only. Rogaland Kunstmuseum will teach you about Norwegian art and its history. The Stavanger Cathedral is a must-visit place if you are visiting Stavanger.