Norway is a Scandinavian country situated in the North West part of Europe. The Svalbard islands in the Artic are also part of the country. It shares its borders with other Scandinavian countries such as Denmark, Scotland, Finland, Sweden and also Russia. As part of your Norway International tour package be sure to visit its fjords, towns of the midnight sun and Northern lights.
Weather and Clothing
Even though the Artic sea touches the country, it is not harshly cold. But winters are long and cold and the summers are short and mild. Snow is common and rains are very common all through the year. Be sure to carry warm clothes while visiting the country.
What to eat
Norwegian cuisine is predominated by sea food and locally grown vegetables and produce. Cheese and milk products are very important here. You must try Lefse – Traditional Flatbreads, Kumla – Tender Potato Dumplings, Lutefisk – Gelatinous Fish Dish, Pickled Herring, Krumkake –Dessert Dish and of course Fårikål – National Dish of Norway.
Oslo: The capital city is an ideal way to begin your Luxury holiday package to Norway. Situated on the Oslofjord the city has green spaces, forests and parks all set among its buildings. The lively bars, and restaurants make it a beautiful vacation destination.
The Western Fjords: You will find the most stunning fjords from Stavanger to Molde, Especially Geirangerfjord and Nærøyfjord.
Svalbard: A group of islands in spread over the the Arctic Ocean, Barents Sea, Greenland Sea, and the Norwegian Sea, a visit here is a way to experience the Artic life. It is pristine with its untouched glaciers, craggy mountains and wildlife such as polar bears, caribou, reindeer, polar foxes, whales, seals and walruses.
Tromso: If you want to experience the Northern Lights, visit this town also called the Capital of the Artic. The best time to visit here is between October to March.
The beautiful locales of the country make it ideal for a Honeymoon tour packages to Norway and you can customize it with offers available with Fly Luxury holidays.
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