Dramatic roads in Norway

Today at Daily Scandinavian, we have a story and a picture from Baard Loeken and his book Hjemlandet – The Homeland. “The Atlantic road is...

Tourism in Norway

Few people have had more influence on Norwegian tourism than Per-Arne Tuftin, the head of Innovation Norway’s travel division, “Mr. Tourism” himself.  Mr. Tuftin, 53,...

Record number of cruise tourists in Norway

Nearly three million cruise tourists visited Norway and makes Norway Europe’s fourth biggest cruise destination. Last season 2,187 cruise ships found their way to Cruise...

The oldest hotel in Norway

- and one of the 50 best overnight accommodations and restaurants in the Nordic region. Text and photos: Tor Kjølberg The Walaker Hotel is not only...

Waffle Hearts: A Brilliant and Big Hearted New Book from Norway

A huge success in Norway first as a book, then as a TV series, Maria Parr’s warm, witty and engaging children’s story is published for...

Norway’s Capital of Hotels

Already on Choice 's summer party earlier this year Petter A. Stordalen, owner and chairman of Nordic Choice Hotels, disclosed plans, even though they...

New sculpture park opened in Oslo

It has taken ten years and NOK 300 million worth of private investment in addition to noisy debate, but last month Oslo’s newest attraction...

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