Wheelchair accessible Norway is special in its own way. The combination of steep mountains and fjords colliding with the sea is just majestic. This interesting country also has some monstrous glaciers. The main attraction and the biggest reason Norway is often visited is the Northern lights. This natural phenomenon is a thing everybody needs to see at least once in their life.
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What to see
Norway offers many interesting cities. They are all are very cosmopolitan and reveal their famous Scandinavian flair. This flair can be found in design everywhere, no matter when the buildings and monuments were built. Cities like Ålesund, are surely one of Europe’s loveliest cities. Experiencing the culture of Norway should be on anyone’s bucket list.
One of Norway’s wonderful cities is Alta. It is a great place to experience the northern lights. Besides that, there are a lot of other sights to discover. A few of Alta’s highlights are the Alta Museum, the Northern Lights Cathedral, Borealis Alta, the Sorrisniva Igloo Hotel, and so much more.
Åndalsnes is another interesting city. Some of the most popular places to visit while in Åndalsnes are the gateway to Romsdal Alps, mountains, bridges, waterfalls, Romsdal Valley, the Troll wall, etc.
Ålesund is also worth a visit. Discover Atlanterhavsparken, Mt. Aksla viewpoint, Art Nouveau buildings, and Brosundet Square. These are only some of the reasons to visit this wonderful city.
Lastly, you cannot forget to visit Stavanger, Kvaløya, and Tromsø. These Norwegian cities allow you to discover even more wonders this magnificent country has to offer. In Stavanger, you learn about the extraordinary Viking heritage of the country. Kvaløya is an extraordinary island that is covered in natural sensations. In Tromsø, you can enjoy a cable car ride that gives you the most beautiful panoramic view you could dream of. To conclude: there is so much to see in Norway!
Norway is clearly a country that needs to be on your bucket list! Some monuments and inheritances from the Vikings can still be visited and are very interesting to discover. Norwegians are very traditional about their food but like to include some modern influences, which makes local cuisine very tasty. In Norway, you have the chance to spot whales when traveling to Fjords or sea areas. Arctic animals like foxes can also be seen. Another highlight is bird watching. If you are lucky, you might even see a sea eagle.
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