Renowned for its idyllic fjords, Norway’s main attraction lies in its unspoilt nature and varied landscapes.
Famous for its fjords, two of which are the Geirangerfjord
and the Nærøyfjord
, Norway is defined by its striking coastline, mountains and unspoiled nature across the country. Norway’s main attraction lies in its varied landscapes that stretch across the Arctic Circle.
One of three Scandinavian countries, Norway sees visitors travelling every year for its coastline, mountains, lakes, forests and ski resorts. The cities of Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger and Trondheim are only a few examples of some cities well known with tourists.
Norwegians are renowned for their love for nature so escaping for greener pastures is a thing of leisure. A landscape shaped by the Ice Age, hills, valleys, mountains and waterfalls rise directly from the sea.
With the beauty of the western fjords and mountain region adding to the splendour of the scenery, it is no surprise that the world’s best and greatest waterfalls can be found in Norway.