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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37,370 Steps Around the World for Travelers to Climb

April 17, 2014 by Alex Schechter

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Deal Alert: Fly to Copenhagen from $201 Each Way

February 25, 2014 by Alex Schechter

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5 Reasons To Plan a Mid-Winter Visit To the Arctic

February 12, 2014 by Tommy Burson

Located two-hundred miles above the Arctic Circle, Tromsø, Norway isn't exactly an ideal winter getaway. The city receives two hours of sunlight on a good day; ... Read More »

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5 Former Olympic Cities Where Travelers Can Enjoy the Spirit of the Games

January 27, 2014 by Alex Schechter

Yes, the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi have been mired in controversy, but we can't help but get into the Olympic spirit as the opening ceremonies (February 7) ... Read More »

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Yes, It's Possible: 5 Ways To Do Oslo On A Budget

January 22, 2014 by Will McGough

Oslo is one of the most expensive cities in the world for Americans to visit. But it has almost nothing to do with the currency conversation rate. Currenly $1 ... Read More »

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“Travel by train. In most cases, it's cheaper than flying and you'll see more of the country up-close.”

Danielle Long Assistant Deals Producer

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