It covers an area of 1,351 square miles. It's also home to many spectacular waterfalls, rivers, lakes, glaciers and wildlife, such as large reindeer.
One of 18 National Tourist Routes in Norway. It is a lure for anglers, diving enthusiasts and visitors wanting to get as close as possible to the sea.
Skiing like a Norwegian can be deeply rooted in traditions and rituals and just focus on the adrenaline surging drops and big jumps.
Located above Lake Mjosa at the south end of the Gudbrandsdal valley, Lillehammer is one of Norway's best-known year-round tourist destinations.
Surrounding the summer solstice, these latitudes see endless days when the sun doesn't set. It's the spectacular Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights.
Rays of sunlight are finally showering the landscape, forcing the snow in the mountains to a silent retreat, and waking the flowers after winter.
The region north of Alesund offers some of the finest scenery anywhere in Norway. The eastward continuation of the Sunnylvsfjord.
Explore the surf scene in Norway and enjoy surfing, rough nature, and uncrowded waves. The waves are rolling in & surrounded by snow, sun.
the incredible Hurtigruten ferry system continues to be a vital connection between the country's far-flung corners & referred to as coastal steamers.
There's no better way to see Norway's stunning countryside than by train. A mountainous country, Norway's rail lines stretch more than 2,000 miles.