For this traveler, who traipsed all around Scandinavia on an organized road trip through the three countries, all roads lead to Oslo.
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The town of Harstad lies above the Arctic Circle at 68° North and is no doubt one of the most stunning Norwegian towns you may not have heard of.
Hell, a town in the southern part of Nord-Trøndelag county, near the Trondheim airport, is one that will always entertain English-speaking visitors.
As part of our ongoing series featuring lesser known parts of Norway worth visiting, take a journey to Larvik and Langestrand.
With plenty of outdoor activities to chose from, Kim Nesselquist recommends visiting the mountain village of Hemsedal in the “Scandinavian Alps.”
Though Ålesund is not always at the top of list of places in Norway to visit, Honorary Consul General Paul Anderson convincingly argues why it should be.
Gallery Cylindra, located along the Storfjord in the village of Ikornes in Møre og Romsdal County, is a must-see for those wanting to see more than Oslo.
Morten Paulsen, Norway’s Consul General in Houston, offers his suggestion for an authentic Norwegian adventure for American visitors: hiking.
As part of the series “Norway’s roads less traveled,” San Francisco Consul General Hilde Skorpen suggests the archipelago of Hvaler.
Looking for a unique Norwegian adventure? Lise Kristiansen Falskow, Norway’s Honorary Consul in Alaska, suggests the “Høyt and Lavt” amusement parks.