I want to visit Norway
The land of fjords, ice fields and polar lights, Norway, will appeal to anyone who wants to have an unusual vacation. Cold, impenetrable forests, harsh Northern climate — no wonder it is here where the legends of vikings and valkyries were born.
Echoes the country’s rich history are scattered throughout its territory, but the main attraction of Norway is its nature. Local fjords are considered one of the most picturesque places on the planet — the silent water surface, just like mirrors, the rocks, the height and shape of which leave you weak at the knees, the waterfalls, the lighthouses — some of the natural miracles are replaced by others, and we only have to enjoy this stunning beauty. Here, in addition, you can often observe an amazingly beautiful phenomenon, the aurora borealis (polar lights). And, of course, the miniature Norwegian villages that are scattered throughout the country, with red doll-like houses and reindeer pastures.
Anyway, BTLmag.com warns – don’t forget the camera if you get to Norway, you’ll need it.
Trolltunga — stone ledge on mount Skjeggedal, towering over the lake Ringedalsvatnet at an altitude of 350 meters.
Northern summer nights on the Lofoten Islands in the Norwegian Sea.
Northern lights in the skies over Hammerfest.
“Seven sisters” waterfall, Møre og Romsdal county.
Norwegian national costume.
Storseisundet Bridge — the road connection from the mainland Romsdal peninsula to the island of Averøya in Møre og Romsdal county.
The city of Ålesund on the West coast of Norway.
Trollstigen (Trolls’ path) – a national tourist road stretching among the mountain peaks in the Norwegian Rauma Municipality, Møre og Romsdal county.
Kjeragbolten — a large stone in the shape of a pea, stuck between two rocks.
A giant cliff Preikestolen over the Lysefjord.
View of the city of Tromsø.
Fjord Hjørundfjord in western Norway.
Pier on the Lofoten Islands.
Innerdal National Park.
Frozen lake on the Lofoten Islands and waterfall.
Arctic Cathedral in the Norwegian city of Tromsø.
“Sleeping dragon”, Vaeroy Island.
A bench in Norway.