You can admire Ålesund’s beautiful Art Nouveau architecture, which is known far and wide. The myriad of turrets, spires and beautiful ornamentation that give the town its distinctive character are like something from a fairytale.
This road is one of Norway’s most dramatic and most visited attractions. Stigfossen Waterfall gushes down the mountain side towards the luscious Isterdalen Valley. In the middle of all this, the Trollstigen Mountain Road (The Path of the Troll) winds its way up the mountain side, 852 meters above sea level.
One of the oldest cities in Europe- more than 1000 years old – today is the Norway’s capital of technology and a historical university town, home to the famous Nidarosdomen Cathedral – the national sanctuary of Norway, built over the grave of St. Olav in 1070. Top attractions in Trondheim (except Nidaros Domen) include the Archbishop’s Palace, Stiftsgården – the Royal Residence, Kristiansten Fortress and Ringve Museum – Norway’s national museum of music and musical instruments.
Bergen is known for Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf, included in UNESCO’s World Heritage List, and surrounding famous fjords. Top attractions in Bergen (except Bryggen) include the Fløibanen Funicular, the Fish Market and the Edvard Grieg Museum at Troldhaugen. Norway’s two most beautiful fjords, the Geirangerfjord and the Nærøyfjord are both included on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.