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Norway — A popular cruising destination, Norway is most famous for its majestic, dramatic fjords. Deep forests, roaring waterfalls, glacier-capped mountains, rivers teeming with salmon, and a beautiful coastline add to the Scandinavian country’s reputation as an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise, with endless opportunities for hiking, skiing, wildlife-watching, and sailing. But vibrant cities, lively festivals, delicious cuisine, and friendly locals also ensure that once you’ve visited, you’ll come back for more.

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For the rugged mountains, the inspiring fjords, the summer’s midnight sun, and the winter’s northern lights.

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9 Gorgeous Photos of the Norway Fjords

September 14, 2015 by Katie McElveen

Norway’s dramatic fjords lie within a rugged mosaic of more than 30,000 islands and skerries--dotting the west coast of the country for more than 60,000 miles, ... Read More »


Cruise Tracker: A Northern Lights Guarantee & More

July 28, 2015 by Donna Tunney

Which cruise lines are making headlines this week? Travel journalist Donna Tunney — ShermansTravel’s cruise expert — has all the latest news. Check back every ... Read More »


10 Freebies in 10 Expensive Cities

October 31, 2014 by Christine Dayao

As tourism destinations, many major cities across the globe -- New York and Paris, Stockholm and Sydney -- are certainly monumental or historical or beautiful ... Read More »


6 Kind of Wacky But Totally Luxurious Overwater Resorts

September 08, 2014 by Tommy Burson

Our roundup of underwater hotels from last spring was such a crowd-pleaser that we'd treat you to round two, with a twist. Here, sixoverwater, floating hotels ... Read More »

5 Ways to Explore Bergen (on the Cheap)

August 26, 2014 by Lane Nieset

Ever since Bergen was the inspiration for the kingdom of Arendelle in the hit Disney film Frozen, this Norwegian town has been getting a lot of attention from ... Read More »

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