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Norway Travel Tips & Suggestions

Stavanger is a small city bustling with business activities. So the three hotels and five-star hotels are always full. So if you want a space to rest overnight, boy, you are in trouble, so book a hotel before you arrive. The city has just one hostel, which opens only for three months from June.
I went on a school trip to Voss and went snowboarding on the local slopes and loved it. Never had such a good time! Everyone is lovely and the snow is great. Goin back soon.
Trondheim has the clean, fresh atmosphere of a small city, but the variety and possibilities of a big city. Friendly, but hardy people. Most younger people speak good English.
Geilo is very nice! Also for skiing or snowboarding. Very good ski school and nice people. Nice small village with railstation. Let's go to Geilo!
In reality, you really don't need to know a word of Norwegian to successfully get around Oslo or Norway in general. Know that "Heisann" is hello and takk (pronounced "tuck") is thank you. Everyone there speaks English. Also, ladies, Norwegian boys are hot and have cute accents.
I attended the 150 Year Jubilee held in Meråker. Meråker's residents are the kindest and most pleasant people I have ever met. Don't forget to visit the museum in Pulden and the museum in Kopperå. I plan to return soon, to visit my many relatives in Meråker, Stjørdal and Hell.
Bergen is very pretty, surrounded by hills and with a beautiful harbour. I suggest you bring a raincoat though, cause it rains 275 days a year (Lonely Planet statistic). It is pricey, so be prepared. If coming from Oslo take the 'Norway in a Nutshell' option and get off the train at Myrdal, train down to Flåm, ferry …
Flåm is a small, beautiful village situated at the end of the Aurlandsfjord in Western Norway. The village can be accessed by the famous Flam Line Railway, one of the most scenic in Europe that extends from Myrdal to the Flåm Railway Station. The trip lasts about an hour with stops to take photos of the scenery and …
Stavanger is a city in southwestern Norway. With a population of 125,000 people (in the main city area), it is the 4th largest city of Norway. Stavanger is home to many interesting attractions including Norway's oldest cathedral (the Stavanger Domkyrke), the Stavanger Oil Museum and more. Stavanger was founded over 500 …
Drammen is a city in Norway, about 40 kilometers from the nation's capital, Oslo. Often referred to as the "River City", Drammen is home to over 60,000 people and is a common place for travelers to go to while traveling through Norway. The city was established in the mid-19th century. The city can be reached by buses …
Lofoten is an archipelago in the north of Norway. It consists of six municipalities with a total of twenty-five thousand inhabitants. The biggest towns on Lofoten are Svolvær, Leknes, and Kabelvåg. There are several hostels in Lofoten, in many different towns on the islands. Most tourists arrive to Lofoten by ferry …
Bergen is the 2nd most populous city in Norway (there are about 260,000 residents). The city dates back to the 11th century, and is very well known for its great outdoors activity possibilities and culture. The city was formerly Norway's administrative capital. Bergen is served by its own airport (Bergen Airport …
Trondheim, located in about the middle of Norway, is a city of culture, education and history. It's home to approximately 170,000 Norwegians and is over a thousand years old. Trondheim also boasts many sights and interesting things to do for a traveler. Trondheim is accessible by most means of transport: there is an …
Tromsø is a beautiful and charming city of approximately seventy-two thousand people. It is located in the far north of Norway -- so far north, in fact, that it's right in the Arctic Circle! Although it can get pretty cold here, this city is definitely worth a visit. The main draw card to this town is that it is one of …
Molde, the city of jazz and roses, is located on the west coast of Norway. It is surrounded by mountains up to a thousand meters and it is also located next to a fjord. Due to its amazing views and central location, it is a popular harbor for cruise ships and a nice stop for people traveling along the Norwegian coast. …
Åndalsnes is a small town on the west coast of Norway and has approximately two thousand five hundred inhabitants. It is a popular town for summer holiday, both for international and Norwegian tourists. Åndalsnes is also a popular harbor for cruise ships. There are not many hostels in Åndalsnes, so it is important to …
Oslo is the capital of Norway and is famous for its quality of life, its maritime setting, and its abundance of arts and culture. If you are looking for a hostel in Oslo, you should try to stay in one of the central boroughs, namely Sentrum, Gamle Oslo, or Grünerløkka. All three of them are very clean and safe …