Don't miss these Norway attractions
The 80-acre Vigelandsparken is home to over 200 of Gustav Vigeland's creative sculptures depicting each stage of the human life cycle. A favourite among visitors and locals for its serene, yet intense atmosphere, the park includes evocative works such as a towering granite monolith of intertwining bodies.
The Munch Museum showcases rotating exhibits of over 20 000 paintings, prints, drawings, and watercolors that Edvard Munch bequeathed to the city of Oslo before his death in 1944.
This is the world's oldest ski museum, it showcases over 4000 years of skiing history. Near to the museum you can experience the mighty ski jump, Holmenkollen, offering the best views of the city.
The Bryggens Museum displays archeological artifacts and depicts Norwegian life in the Middle Ages.
The Nidaros Cathedral is easily Trondheim's main attraction, with its intricate ornamentation and evocative presence , the 11th-century cathedral is the site of all Norwegian coronations and the repository of the crown jewels.
Tromso University Museum
This museum delves into geology, zoology, and Sami culture in its informative exhibit, with a scientific explanation of the extraordinary Northern Lights.
Stortinget is the parliament building, an imposing chunk of neo-Romanesque architecture that was completed in 1866. In front of the parliament, a narrow park-piazza flanks Karl Johans gate, in summer it teems with promenading city folk, while in winter locals and tourists flock to its floodlit open-air skating rinks.
Voringsfossen is one of the highest waterfalls in Europe. It is more than four times as high as the beautiful falls of Terni, and eight times that of the Handeck, 182 meter free fall.