Many beautiful tourist attractions in Norway. Norway is famous for its amazing scenery. The fjords in the west of the country are long narrow inlets, flanked on either side by tall mountains where the sea penetrates far inland. Fjord in Norway is very unique and well known so there is lots of natural construction of the West coast of Norway is included in UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites. The vast majority of the land is a rocky wilderness, and Norway has large, completely unpopulated areas, many of which have been converted to national parks. Even outside the national parks, much of the land is unspoiled nature.
Because the Gulf Stream, Norway has friendly climate. Norway has the same height with Alaska, Greenland and Siberia. But compared to these areas, Norway has a more pleasant climate.
Here 5 best tourist attractions in Norway:
1. The North Cape
The North Cape is a 1,000 ft (307 meters) high cliff which is generally called as the northernmost point of Europe. The North Cape is most popular tourist attractions in Norway. At North cape you can feel wonderful experience, travelers can also enjoy bird safaris to a nature reservation with over 2 million seabirds, or exciting Deep Sea Rafting at night. In the summer there is no sunset - there's the Midnight Sun. (also see Scandinavia's Natural Phenomena.
The Geirangerfjord is one of Norway's UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Geirangerfjord offers visitors three breathtaking waterfalls hitting the fjord on both sides of the waterway: The Seven Sisters (with seven falls), the Bridal Veil, and the Suitor. Popular activities at the Geirangerfjord include hiking and fishing and renting boats and kayaks. There are also local companies offering sightseeing tours across the fjord.
Oslo is the capital of Norway, and the city is also the largest city in Norway. Oslo is also the economic center of Norway. This city is one of the cities with the cleanest air quality in the world. There are many tourist attractions in Oslo. Oslo rich with museums of national importance, a beautiful setting and lively nightlife and cultural scene.
4. Vigeland Park in Oslo
This park is one of the main tourist attractions in Norway. It is Norway's most visited attractions with more than 1 million visitors every year. Vigeland Park contains the life's work of Gustav Vigeland, a famous Norwegian sculptor. More than 200 Vigeland masterpieces are on display, including the bronze "Sinnataggen" (Angry Boy) and "Monolitten," a 17-meter spire flanked by 121 commanding figures, all composed of a single piece of white granite.
5. The Town of Trondheim
Trondheim has lots of historic buildings. its old heritage can still be traced in and around the city centre. Trondheim is an old city in central Norway. The city has a rich cultural heritage, but is still a major centre. There's a lot of things to do in Trondheim. Music, arts, culture, alternative politics, nightlife, student life, all combines into making Trondheim one of the most exciting city centres of Northern Europe.