There is perhaps no place on Earth that can rival the beauty of Norway’s fjords – as if Odin himself carved out mountains, splattered waterfalls on his canvas, and then flooded his own work into the Norwegian Sea. Each spot will seem more beautiful than the next – so where do you choose to start?
Giant glacier tongues licked these mountains time and time again across millions of years, leaving us with the incredible panoramas we marvel at today. The entire west coast of Norway is a maze of waterways, waterfalls, cliffsides, and mile-long views, and any amount of time here won’t seem like enough.
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These are the best fjords to visit in Norway, on your next trip through Scandinavia:
Geirangerfjord | Hardangerfjord | Sognefjord | Nærøyfjord | Lysefjord | Aurlandsfjord | Oslofjord | Trollfjord | Nordfjord | Lyngenfjord
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- Ferries in Scandinavia
Published by Directferries.co.uk
With access to live sailings and the best fares on a number of ferry routes in and around Scandinavia, at Direct Ferries you are sure to find the right ferry crossing at the lowest price. Direct Ferries have numerous options in Scandinavia connecting many destinations to each other covering a large choice of crossings from the shortest and cheapest to the longest and most luxurious. Find ferry timetables and prices for your ferry crossing around Scandinavia by selecting your preferred route from the fare search, number of passengers, and then click search.
- The official guide: The norwegian fjords
Published by Fjord Norway
The fjords are the soul of Norway – and certainly a magnificent attraction. But when you come and visit, you will find that the norwegian fjords has loads of other gems for you to explore. Half the fun of travelling in norwegian fjords is allowing yourself to be seduced – to spend a few extra days in the breathtaking fjord landscape.
- The Ultimate Guide to Norway’s Fjord Region
Published by Ordinary Traveler
The Fjord Region of Norway is without a doubt one of the world’s most magnificent destinations, one that feels both serene but incredibly wild at the same time. Created as a result of retreating glaciers, the fjords cover Norway’s coastline and you can spend weeks exploring the different branches and valleys, all with something different to offer; whether that’s sailing, swimming or simply viewing.
- The Sognefjord: Norway’s king of the fjords
Published by Wonderful-Places.de
By Susanne Müller | It is late morning when our ship passes the Sognefjord in Norway. The arm of the sea extends 204 kilometers from the North Sea into the country. At its deepest point, it measures a whopping 1308 meters. But nobody really cares at this moment. Most of the passengers of the "Amera" stand speechless with astonishment at the railing and simply enjoy the sight that is presented to them.
- Fjord Norway: Places to go…
Published by Fjord Norway
From the heights of mountains to the depths of majestic fjords, from breathtaking scenery to dynamic urban centres, Fjord Norway is the country's most diverse and spectacular region. National Geographic Traveller voted the Norwegian fjords the best destination in the world. Whether you choose to explore from the comfort of a boat, by car, or on a hike, you'll soon discover what the world is talking about.
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- The 10 Best Ski Resorts in Scandinavia
Published by Snowmagazine.com
Crowd-free slopes, fantastic skiing for all abilities and some of the world’s best slope-side cuisine: what’s not to love about a Scandinavian ski holiday?
- Visit Norway – the official travel guide to Norway
Published by Visit Norway
The vision of visitnorway.com is to make it easy to choose Norway as a travel destination and to promote a more sustainable form of travel. The website contains thousands of travel industry business listings from all over Norway provided by third parties such as local tourism offices and destination marketing organisations.
- A quick guide to the Scandinavian countries
Published by Routes North
Scandinavia is a huge and varied region. Stretching from the frozen Arctic wastes of the north, to the gentle, rural flat lands of the south, it’s an epic destination that you’ll need time to enjoy fully.
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72 Hours of Norway: Free eBook
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We were in Norway for three days. I have already published some experiences in the blog. Now you can download my full report as an eBook for free. The eBook contains the planning with the itinerary, all experiences, including those that have not yet been published, great photos and comments on the possible costs. The download is completely free...
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- Mobile phone usage abroad
Published by The-Backpacking-Site.com
Your mobile phone can be a crucial travel companion on the road. You can use it to research your next stop, keep friends and family updated on your travels, and book lodging and transport services on the go. But do you know how to use your phone abroad without breaking the bank? Here we outline the different options and expert tips to use your mobile phone without international roaming charges.