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The festive season is here and if you’re still feeling a little Bah! about it, there’s still plenty to enjoy in downtown Oslo. Christmas streets,...

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No other European capital has as much to offer the urban skier as the Norwegian capital Oslo. You can be that categorical when you...

Norway’s Most Popular Tourist Attraction

More than 100,000 visitors are expected to visit Troll’s Tongue in Hordaland this year – in spite the fact that it was considered a...

Sweet Dreams in Scandinavian Hotels

During the summer months, guests at all Clarion hotels in Norway and Sweden have had the opportunity to contribute to the environment through the...

400 Norwegian Gems Online

Tourists from all over the world want to experience real and exciting Norwegian traditional destinations when they travel. 400 of Hanen’s rural gems are...

Ten Hours with the Trolls in Norway

My heart sank as I looked at the itinerary. Saturday 4 June – leave hotel 7.45am, arrive at next hotel 5.45pm. In between, two...

Dances with Wolves in Norway

Dances with Wolves was the name of a fantastic film which showed a man’s interaction with wolves. Reality is even more fantastic. And you...

Coastal Norway – Wild and Beautiful

Foreign tourists have discovered Norway’s shoreline with its pretty ports and dramatic fjords. The exotic north has long been established as a popular travel...

A Mountain Bike Paradise

Skibotn in Northern Norway is probably the best place around the Lyngenfjord to go mountain biking. Here you will find a wide range of...

National Parks in Scandinavia

The Scandinavian region has many national parks, each with its own claim to unique native flora and fauna. Denmark’s parks are very new – the...

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