Norway is Now on!

by Jane Reynolds on January 22, 2013

The Naerofjord and the Aurlandsfjord are picturesque.

We just got back from Norway, a country of stunning natural beauty. It’s known for its winter sports, but also for its unique architectural style, Viking history, summer midnight sun and, of course, the striking fjords and the northern lights, the country’s top attractions. We didn’t waste a second of our time there, and we’ve come back with 23 hotel reviews, nearly 10,000 photos, five knowledge-packed travel guides, numerous lists and slideshows of attractions and famous Norwegian staples, and roundups of the best hotels — whether you’re on business or a luxe getaway, with the family or with your honey. Follow the links to check it all out, or peruse some of our fabulous photos after the jump. Just be warned: They’ll make you want to start planning your Norwegian vacation right away!

Charming Hanseatic wharf area in Bryggen, with colorful 17th century wooden buildings

The 121-room Fretheim Hotel, the main hotel in tiny Flam, date back to the 19th century.

Adorable seals play at the Bergen Aquarium.

One of the most luxurious properties in Norway, the Britannia features a gorgeous full-service spa.

Boats bob behind the Fram Museum in Oslo.

Carlton Olso Hotel is notable for two reasons: Its charming Norway-meets-Bali decor, and its eco-friendly philosophy.

View of the Nidelva River from the Old Town Bridge in Trondheim

Gorgeous views can be seen from the Flam railway on the Norway in a Nutshell tour.


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