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Bergen is a modern city rich in history and age-old traditions. Surrounded by the magnificent seven mountains and picturesque fjords, Norway’s second largest city offers lively fish markets, beautiful architecture, interesting art galleries and even an aquarium! The historic harbourside with its colourful Bryggen wooden houses is on everyone’s must see list.
Oslo, the capital of Norway offers a varied range of museums from the Viking Ships Museum to the Vigeland Sculpture Park, devoted to the granite and bronze sculptures of Gustav Vigeland. In summer enjoy parks, pavement cafes and festivals and in winter Oslo’s location amongst the hills and forest makes it a great ski centre.
Founded in 1125, Stavanger is home to white sandy beaches set against the breathtaking backdrop of mountains and romantic fjords. Explore the intimate narrow streets lined with 18-19th Century architecture and open-air markets or Stavanger Domkirke, Norway’s oldest cathedral. Nearby Lysefjorden, is popular for hiking.
Tromso lies 220 miles North of the Arctic Circle, and draws swathes of visitors every year with its breath-taking natural beauty and spectacular views of the Northern Lights. For almost a month in summer, Tromso experiences 'Midnight Sun' offering the perfect opportunity to ski at night. A vibrant city with a rich history, Tromso is also known as the 'Paris of the North'.
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