Norway

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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.

Why Go

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

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