Holidays to Norway
Stunning scenery and history await you
Nestling in the alluring reaches of Northern Europe, Norway welcomes millions of tourists on their holidays every year, and this is no surprise given the country's majestic landscape and towering peaks. In addition to its more than impressive geography, Norway also offers visitors an extremely agreeable climate during the summer months, with temperatures known to top 30 °C.
Your Norwegian adventure can be whatever you want it to be; head to the Scandinavian mountains for heart-racing snow sports in winter and stunning hiking routes in summer, or explore the countless restaurants, museums and ancient monuments of the country's capital Oslo.
Experience Norway's truly unique islands and fjords
When we think of Norway we think of culture, incredible seafood and, of course, the fjords. Created by unimaginable glaciers during the ice age, these awe-inspiring water-filled pathways can be found in the west of the country. As you navigate along the fjords you will be left speechless by the beautiful waterfalls and breathtaking mountains complete with un-melted glaciers.
In terms of Norway's most popular fjords, you will often hear visitors talking about Nordfjord, Handangerfjord, and Lysefjord, all of which offer not only majestic scenery, but also historic sites such as monasteries and prehistoric rock carvings. The fjords weave through one of the world's most beautiful landscapes, and are certainly something which should not be missed.
The natural wonder that is the Northern Lights
Norway is no stranger to stunning scenery and eye-pleasing treats, but even by these standards, and those of the world for that matter, the Northern Lights are something very special. Caused by the fluctuating energy states of electrons, many have called this phenomenon a 'divine' experience, and as you try to interpret the dancing colours of green, pink and violet with your own eyes, you will see why.
Those wanting to get the best Northern Lights experience will head to the high altitudes of Svalbard which sits between the 74th and 81st parallel. The very best period for a truly awe-inspiring excursion is between the months of November and February, when the area is engulfed by the Polar Night. Practically constant darkness means that the Aurora is more visible to the naked eye; a truly mesmerising experience.
With our exceptional discounted luxury holiday offers, you can experience all that Norway has to offer at an affordable price.