Norway is the "it" place of Scandinavia, the wilderness, the landscape, the atmosphere, the clean air and water, everything will make you fall in love with it. Western Norway would be the most convenient place to go as it is the most well connected. Take a scenic train to Bergen, Geirangerfjord is a few hours away, Alesund is a beautiful place too(make sure to hike up to the Observatory), Flam is the showstopper with the legendary Flam railway being the crown jewel of your trip. Costs around 65 USD for return, but it's well worth, takes around 2 hours for a round trip. The drawbacks of Norway, however, are food and expense. It's very expensive around, so opt for public transport as much as possible, eat cheap, stay low. And the food itself is not that great. However, you will not regret travelling there.
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Sounds lovely! Thank you! 😊
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We had written detailed blog on our trip to Norway coveeing Oslo,Flam,Bergen and Tromso in our chase for Northern lights. You can find the trip details here :
“Kristiansand Norway" The fifth-largest city in Norway, it is a popular tourist attraction and a cruise terminal. Justin and I got the opportunity to see the Kristiansand cruise terminal on our seven-day journey through Norway on the Nieuw Statendam. In addition to the stunning Norwegian fjord landscape, we also visited the attractive towns of Oslo, Kristiansand, Stavanger, and Flam on that trip. If you're seeking for the best things to do in Kristiansand, you've come to the right spot. I'll go into depth about how we spent our day in this quaint Norwegian town. After our brief stop in the port of Kristiansand, we had just about eight hours to laze around and explore. To go sightseeing and take in the wonders of Kristiansand, one day is more than enough. I don't think you need to stay in Kristiansand for more than a day. However, more time is always preferred to truly comprehend what it's like to live there.