Norway is a country that is flowing with rich cultural diversities and great artistic history. It is also known for its great architectural heritages. Here are top places to visit if you are studying in Norway.
Between the Oslofjord and the forests lies Oslo, Norway’s capital and largest city and its eye-catching architecture popping up almost by the minute. It boasts of an abundance of museums, restaurants, and art, while still maintaining the relaxed atmosphere of a much smaller town.The city is nestled between the Oslofjord and hundreds of square kilometers of forested hills and is green in more ways than one. No matter what your hobbies are, there are other venues that are there to match your personal tastes and interests. Don’t forget to take enough pictures to capture the moment!
This is also called the gateway to the fjords. It is a lively and vibrant city with the gift of an accessible sea and mountains to its visitors.
Around 10 percent of the population in Bergen are students, which adds a fresh and youthful mood to the city’s vibe. So you shouldn’t be scared to get to make friends and enjoy the coffee shops there too. It boasts Alongside its offerings of museums, art galleries, cultural events and dining opportunities
Trondheim is Norway’s third largest city. It boasts of many rich and cultural diversities as it is the home to students, food, music and cyclists. If you are a lover of good music and an avid foodie, don’t be scared to explore your taste at Trondheim. So take your time to enjoy the music festivals organized yearly in Trondheim. If you love cycling too, you wouldn’t want to miss visiting Trondheim.
The tiny village is one of Norway’s most dramatic and spectacular sites. You can give this place a try during summer holidays. Remember, all work and no play.
5. The Lofoten islands
Lofoten is known for excellent fishing and nature attractions, and small villages off the beaten track. Kayak between the islands, go fishing for the catch of your life or look for sea eagles soaring in the sky. It’s an experience worth having.
This Arctic city is not only packed with culture and history – it’s also one of the best places to see the northern lights. Nothing beats the original not even the best of all cameras. So come take your time to be wowed by nature and release the stress of studies.
7. The Stavanger region
In breathtaking surroundings with fjords, mountains, and long, white beaches, Stavanger also boasts an impressive assortment of museums and cultural events. So if you are an art lover or a music lover, this is the place to stop by.
8. The Geirangerfjord
The deep, blue, Geirangerfjord is surrounded by majestic, snow-covered mountain peaks, wild waterfalls, and lush, green vegetation. It’s the presence of views like this that one can feel strong to face life’s hurdles. So do not shy away. Embrace your inner self through this spectacular view.
9. Kirkenes and Eastern Finnmark
Teeming bird rocks in Hornøya, a snow hotel, dramatic war stories and a witch monument in Vardø are amongst the attractions awaiting you in Kirkenes and Eastern Finnmark.
10.The Ålesund and Sunnmøre area
Go hiking or skiing, admire the city’s unique Art Nouveau architecture, explore the fjords, or just kick back and enjoy the view. You will be grateful you did.
If you are a new to Norway, I do hope you find this site helpful. Good luck in your studies and remember to always take a time off.
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