The land of magical fjords, bustling cities and Viking history.
Majestic Fjords, Unforgettable Towns and Cities

Known for its stunning natural beauty, Norway’s exquisite and tranquil fjords are reason alone to experience this country: the breathtaking viewpoints along each make for truly unforgettable experiences. The Sognefjord and the Hardangerfjord, the respective King and Queen of the fjords, are remarkable photogenic experiences. The Geirangerfjord—a stunning location accessible by luxury cruise—makes for an impressive visit with sights like the hairpin Trollstigen Road and the Seven Sisters waterfall.

In contrast, the charming city of Bergen and the bustling Viking capital, Oslo, are full of a welcome energy, with medieval castles, old wharfs and Hanseatic-era packhouses lining their ancient waterways. Bergen, home to the UNESCO World Heritage-rated Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf, offers up numerous tours and activities with which to experience its small-town feel. Up in the north, the Lofoten Islands’ Svolvær is the perfect base to get the feel of Norway’s less explored regions in any season—and to catch a wintertime showing of the spellbinding Northern Lights. Whether you take a cruise up the fjords, hunt for the Northern Lights or explore the Lofoten Islands, Norway has plenty of unique cultural points of interest—and as a country dominated by majestic scenery, it’s a must for any Scandinavian journey. Browse our featured tours above and contact us today to create a one-of-a-kind journey uniquely suited to you!

Capital: Oslo
Fun Fact: There are 1,190 fjords along Norway’s coast!
Famous Landmarks: Geirangerfjord, Trollstigen Mountain Road, Sognefjord, Lofoten Islands, Oscarsborg Fortress
Official Languages: Norwegian, Sámi