Things to do in Norway
There are lots of things to do in Norway, with visitors attracted to its stunning fjords, amazing landscapes and beautiful lakes. If you can't decide which tour to buy, then how about gift vouchers as an alternative? Firstly there's the capital city. Oslo offers great restaurants and nightlife, hiking and skiing just a stone’s throw from the city centre.
Museums and cultural attractions add to the historical vibe of Oslo. There are more things to do in eastern Norway, Velmunden is a water sport paradise, thanks to the Randsfjord and Sperillen lakes. An unspoilt landscape offers a choice of canoeing routes and unspoilt landscapes. In southern Norway the Setesdal Valley is well worth visiting and the area is perfect for hiking, with vast woodlands and mountains.
The Rock Art of Alta is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and shows evidence of human life as far back as the prehistoric period in Norway. The small town of Roros is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is known for producing arts and crafts. Most of the town’s buildings date back to the 17th and 18th century. National parks are also worth visiting, including Femundsmarka and Gutulia. Geirangerfjord offers snow-topped mountains, stunning waterfalls and boat tours.
Larger cities have a vast number of clubs and late night bars to suit all tastes and budgets. Finally, visit the National Theatre in Oslo which showcases the work of Henrik Ibsen, a famous playwright. If you are thinking things to do in Norway, book a tour before you go and save time when you arrive.