According to the UN report in 2017, Norway is known as the happiest country in the world. The location of this wonderful coastal country to the west of northern Europe. Administered by the monarchy, the country has an area of 365,252 square kilometers and a population of about 5 million.
Among the Scandinavian countries, Norway is considered to be quite important. The Norwegian capital, Oslo, has the second largest population in Europe. Oslo is considered to be one of the most expensive and prosperous cities in the world in terms of quality of life.
It is also a country rich in culture. In ancient times, Norwegian Vikings ruled the seas around the area. Many stories, plays, and movies have been written about the adventurous history of the Vikings.
If you watch the TV series called Vikings, you will know the details about it. In addition, those who listen to metal and black metal songs have a special appreciation for Norway. Black metal bands like Burjum, Mayhem, Dimu Bargir and Abath are very popular all over the world.
When to visit Norway
Norway can be a great destination for travelers. It is ideal for enjoying the natural beauty of northern Europe. Mainly it is a winter main country. So whenever you go, be sure to keep a winter coat with you.
Usually March to July is the ideal time to travel to Norway. At this time the temperature is quite tolerable. Spring prevails in this country at this time. That is why you can enjoy the rich nature and clear blue sky with new young leaves and flowers. Winter starts from November and most of the time the sky is cloudy. It would be wise to avoid this time for travel.
What to see in Norway.
Norway is a very diverse country. There are a variety of sights here, including beaches, valleys, mountains, islands, which are not really possible to see in less time. Someone might love the sea, the beach, and so on. Again no one likes mountains or hills. There is enough diversity in this country to meet the needs of all such people, it can be said. We’ve put together a list of some of the best places for you.
Norway’s bays are one of the most interesting. Gets their location all over the country. They are more numerous from Stavangar to Molde. The coastal bays of western Norway are a bit more eye-catching. The hills and mountains are higher and the creeks are deeper. The feeling that will touch you when you stand on the top of bays is very unearthly!
Bergen is the second largest city in Norway and one of the major seaports in the country. Starting from the 15th century, it is one of the commercial and tourist centers of the country. Here you will find a wonderful combination of ancient heritage, extraordinary natural beauty and the splendor of a commercial port. Like other cities you will find here all the old buildings that still carry the past Norwegian culture.
The Lofoten Islands are an ideal destination for nature and beach lovers. The area is very popular with tourists as it consists of a group of islands in the north of this country. The clear water and warm weather here are very attractive for tourists.
Stavanger is located in the southwestern part of Norway. There are some of the best beaches in the world here. The temperature here is also very warm. For this reason, the beaches of Stavangar are very popular among the tourists who come from the winter main country for sun bath or sun bath.
Not only the beach, but also the town of Stavanger is quite nice to see. There are many cathedrals or churches here. The size and the great work of art will fascinate you.
Oslo is the capital of Norway. Naturally, Oslo is the richest and most populous city in this country. It is currently the fifth most expensive city in the world. It was first located several years ago but is now occupied by Singapore.
By major city we mean buildings. Oslo also has ample building space. Even then there are forests and parks covering two-thirds of the city. So in addition to the bustle of the capital city itself, you will find many sisters, parks, etc. to breathe. Besides, the museums here are very famous. There is also the Nobel Peace Center.
Jatun Hymen National Park
Jatun Hymen National Park The word Jatun Hymen means the house of monsters. It is the main national park in Norway. The park is located in the southern part of the country. The park is surrounded by high hills. This is where the highest peaks in Norway are located. Here you can also see Vetissafsson, the highest waterfall in this country (265 m).
It is the largest city in northern Norway. Its main attraction is that there are many houses here which were built in the eighteenth century. They are made entirely of wood. Much of the city is confined to the island of Tromsয়া. There are also some nice museums here. There is a cable car system near Mount Storsteinen that will give you some unimaginable experience.
Some useful and compelling information about Norway
- The length of the Norwegian coast is 25,148 km.
- It has the largest number of marine bays in the world.
- Several of these bays are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
- The Norwegian government gave a penguin the title of Knight in 2006! His name is Nils Alav.
- Norway’s Lardal Tunnel is the longest tunnel in the world (15 miles).
- The Nobel Prize was held in Norway and the winner was determined by the Norwegian Committee.
- Norway played a leading role in establishing the United Nations, and the first Secretary-General of the United Nations was elected from Norway.
- Sushi (a Japanese dish) with salmon was first made in Norway.
- There is a place in Norway called Longyearbyen. Here death has been declared invalid. This is because there is a lot of permafrost here, which is why dead bodies do not rot here. When someone dies here, he is buried elsewhere.
- Frozen or frozen pizza is very popular in this place.