When it comes to stunning natural wonders, Norway’s mountains and fjords just scratch the surface.
Here’s how to indulge in the best and most traditional foods Norway has to offer—from brown cheese and reindeer meat to king crab and lutefisk.
Don your woolly sweater, slice up some cheese, pour some coffee (or a bit of akevitt) into your wooden mug, and settle in to reminisce about your Norwegian adventures.
Summer fjord visits and winter northern lights excursions are musts, but Norway has other equally fantastic sights and experiences—in town and country and throughout the year.
Norway is the country of mountains and fjords—nature’s “architectural” marvels—for sure, but the country also has many manmade and surprising architectural wonders.
All travelers, even professional ones (ahem, Fodor’s Editors), experience the woes of plans gone awry. In our new column, Travel Fails, we’re highlighting stories where everything went wrong.
Norway’s best hotel isn’t in Oslo. It’s not even in Bergen. It’s somewhere you might never have heard of—yet.
10 Things You Absolutely Need to Know Before Getting Your Sweat On in One of Oslo’s Many Urban Saunas
Navigating the etiquette of a Norwegian sauna can be a bit daunting for the uninitiated. Here we break down the rules, the rituals, the culture, and the benefits of these hip public hot boxes that are popping up all over downtown Oslo.
From the city’s eco-friendly architecture to energy-efficient hotels, Oslo is on the fast track to become the greenest city in Europe.
Oslo’s vibrant and eclectic street art scene is its most under-the-radar attraction. Here’s how you can get in on the action.