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Saturday, March 6, 2021

Southern Norway , Norway


Destinations in Southern Norway (4)

  • Bergen, Norway

    Bergen is quintessential Norway, and a huge tourist draw. It is the second largest city in the country, but in a spectacular setting amid mountains and fjords which alone will leave you gasping. And then there's the city's...

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  • Oslo, Norway

    Oslo is of course the first port-of-call in Norway, as it should be. It is a city rich in museums, galleries and chic shopping venues, right alongside royal palaces and marvelous old buildings, and a Viking culture that is as...

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  • The Fjord Region, Norway

    The Fjord Region is to Norway what the wine-growing regions of Bordeaux and Burgundy are to France. There four major fjords here, each more eye-popping than the other: Sognefjord is the lonegst and deepest, nearly 4,000 feet in...

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  • Trøndelag, Norway

    Trøndelag is often recognized as “central Norway” although it is much farther south than the geographical center of Norway. The people of Trøndelag sometimes, half-jokingly, claim that if you take the...

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