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Located on the westernmost, northernmost, and the easternmost of the three Scandinavian countries, you could say that Norway lies on the cutting edge of sheer awesome natural beauty. Best known for its complex and deep fjords along its west coast that stretches from North Sea near Denmark and Scotland into the Arctic Ocean, bordered by Finland, Sweden, and north-western tip of Russia, Norway is the epitome of beautiful natural landscape. Experiencing nature in Norway is best left to those who are adventurous at heart who wish for nothing less than Europe’s most exciting and adventure-tourism destinations.

What to see & do

In Norway, one of the top choices of destinations worth seeing would be the Sognefjellet Road. The road connects Lustrafjorden with Lom, which is deemed as the road over the roof of Norway and is considered one of Norway’s most beautiful drives. It also holds a legendary status among cyclist as one of the world’s most spectacular cycle routes. Constructed in 1939, the road elevates as high as 1,434 metres, making it the highest mountain road in northern Europe. Chances are if you find yourself here in July, you might get a glimpse of the snow. Don’t let this hamper your travel, as the road is narrow and is still accessible.

Another sight worthy of exploration would be the Astrup Fearnley Museet, which recently re-opened in a stunning architectural creation at the heart of Oslo’s waterfront. The museum houses a number of zany contemporary art, and serves as Oslo’s latest flagship project and the artistic highlight of the city.

If you are after the nature and wildlife experience, Kristiansand Dyrepark is the place to be. The former zoo will delight little tykes and old folks alike as it is actually composed of several parks all rolled into one. It is home to a number of species that includes red pandas, crocodile house, lions, and tigers, and an African savannah that is filled with giraffe, zebra, and others. Inside the park, there is a fun fair that includes rides such as the pirate-ship cruise called the Captain Sabretooth’s Treasure Trove and enchanted houses.

How to get around within Norway

To get around Norway, it is best if you have your own car to explore the countryside, since this is the best way to see the Norwegian wilderness and countryside. If you don’t have your own car, you can opt to ride the express bus instead, which connect cities all over Norway. Another option to travel around the country would require hopping into the Norwegian State Railways (NSB) train.

How to get there

You can book a flight and reach Norway via Skyscanner, your online source for cheap and trusted flights. Norway’s biggest airport and main international hub would be Oslo Airport, Gardermoen. The airport is being served by a number of airlines such as Aeroflot, Air France, Air Norway, airBaltic, Austrian Airlines, BMI Regional, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, Danish Air Transport, Emirates, Estonian Air, Finnair, Flybe, Germanwings, Icelandair, KLM, Lufthansa, Lufthansa Regional, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Novair, Onur Air, Pakistan International Airlines, Qatar Airways, Scandinavian Airlines, SunExpress, Swiss International Air Lines, TAP Portugal, Thai Airways, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines, Vueling, and Widerøe. In addition, the airport is also being serviced by Air Cairo, Air Méditerranée, Arkia Israel Airlines, Corendon Airlines, Freebird Airlines, Jet Time, Korean Air, Novair, Primera Air, Thomas Cook Airlines Scandinavia, Thomson Airways, Travel Service Airlines, and TUlfly Nordic on seasonal and charter flights.

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