Bergen is marketed as the ‘Gateway to the Fjords’; it’s where countless excursions to glaciers, Fjords and mountains depart from, and the ease of getting to some of Norway’s most incredible landscapes was probably the main reason we wanted to go there.
via 10 things to do in Bergen, Norway – Sophar So Good
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Heddal Stave Church is one of the most visited stave churches in Norway, located just next to the E138 in Notodden in Telemark county. The church is the largest of the remaining stave churches, reaching 20 meters in length and 26 meters in height, and was built in the beginning of the 13th century.
via Heddal Stavkirke (Stave Church), Norway – Sousa & Neshaug Photography
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Hidden away in the fragmented coastline of central Norway lies the picturesque gem of Alesund. This city surrounded by islands and fjords boasts not only beautiful landscapes, but some of the country’s most exquisite architecture. Here, wonderful art nouveau buildings line the waterfront really just putting Alesund over the top as one of Norway’s most scenic spots.
via Top Places to Visit in Norway – Not Wanderlust
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The Geirangerfjord is maybe the most beautiful of its kind. It is surrounded by steep snow covered mountains and is well know for its deep blue water color. Since 2005 the Fjord is UNESCO-protected.
via Top 5 Most popular places to visit – Norway by Camper
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If you want to experience Lofoten you should consider your visit in the off season (September until May). The Islands are very popular as a summer destination and it can get very crowded. You will find many wild camp spots located right at the Atlantic.
via Vanlife on the Lofoten – Norway by Camper