Spook-tacular Norway. A guide to Norway's most haunted places that you can visit
Norway sports an abundance of supernatural legends and eerie ghost stories. It's not only during Halloween, you can meet these ghosts! Here we're listing some of our most haunted – and haunting – destinations.
Norway stars in new Mission: Impossible-movie
Visit the stunning locations shown in the new «Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning - Part One», that hits the big screen on July 12th. The story takes place in Austria, while in reality, many of the most stunning scenes are filmed in Norway.
New dining, architecture and design experiences in the fjords
There is always something exciting happening in the Norwegian fjord region, whether its new adventures, attractions and cultural events. Lately there has been a boom in new unique accommodations and also within the culinary field, and here are a few of the latest developments that have opened this spring and summer.
Welcome to Haa-Land - the home turf of Erling Braut Haaland
Yes, we love Haaland! Fans and journalists from all over the world flock to the small town of Bryne in southwest Norway – the hometown of one of the greatest football players of our time, Erling Braut Haaland!
Succession-fever leads to crazy interest for unique hotels in Norway
Apparently, everyone wants to live like the Roy´s in Norway this summer. After episode five of the price-winning show Succession aired, the sites of Juvet Landskapshotel in Norway almost crashed. Their site went from 400-500 daily views to 18.500 hits, and the hotel is now fully booked for this summer.
10 reasons why you should release your kids in Norway
Release your kids in nature! Spring is around the corner and as the snow melts and nature wakes, we Norwegian head outdoors. Not to say that we haven't been out during winter, it just gets easier to get out in spring. Many parents are happy to exchange screen time for play time. The Norwegian nature is free and open, and it provides so many fun opportunities for exploring with your kids.
Cheaper holidays in Norway for foreign travelers this year
The Norwegian kroner (NOK) is historically weak, which means that travelling in Norway has become far more affordable for most visitors. Norway has long been perceived as a high cost country, but the truth is that Norway has been quietly becoming cheaper and cheaper for many travellers for years, even despite rising inflation.
Come play under the midnight sun. Visit Norway invites you to join the Timeless Society
Visit Norway is looking for three people to join the Timeless Society this June to experience what it means to live life with 24-hour sunlight.
Tracking Munch. In the footsteps of world famous artist Edvard Munch
Edvard Munch, painter of the iconic The Scream, is to have his life portrayed in a Norwegian feature film from Viaplay. One of the world’s greatest artists of all time will be depicted across four stages in Munch, with a quartet of Norwegian actors boarding the feature.
BODØ2024 EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF CULTURE – FIRST PROGRAMME RELEASE
Next year Bodø, Norway, will be European Capital of Culture, the first city north of the Arctic Circle to hold the prestigious title. Get a peek at what’s in store for the title year - some of the highlights of the Bodø2024 programme were unveiled on February 3.