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The Scandinavian country of Norway is known for its remote location, its incredible scenery, surreal fjords and Northern Lights Norway. Norway boasts of large historic cities, magnificent cathedrals, a progressive population and unending ways to stay active outdoors. Norway is one of the most affluent countries in Europe. Norway is also known for being incredibly safe, so it’s a good option for solo female and solo woman travelers who can travel around the country with ease. Blessed with a fascinating history, you certainly won’t be short of activities here, from museums and cable cars to to exploring glaciers and kayaking on the rapids.
Tromso is known as ‘the Paris of the north’. It’s the largest urban area in Northern Norway and the third largest in the North of the Arctic Circle, with culture and quality bars and restaurants in abundance. It’s known as a viewing point for the Northern Lights Norway that sometimes light up the night sky. If you are lucky, you can also spot the Northern Lights in Tromso from the sky when you are flying into the city after sunset! There’s more to Tromso than just the Northern Lights Norway. Apart from having the Northern most microbrewery in the world, it has more pubs and cafes on every square than most of the top notch cities.
You can learn about the interesting Viking and indigenous Sami culture here, while also checking out the modern sides of Norway.
Also you can’t miss the Northern Lights Norway. This city is not only packed with culture and history, it’s located in the middle of the Northern Lights Oval, which makes it one of the best places to see the Northern Lights in Norway! Tromsø’s unique location over 300 km North of the Arctic Circle in Norway and stable mild weather makes it one of the best places to see Northern Lights in the world. Norway’s capital, Oslo, is an exciting and beautiful city with views over the Oslo Fjord and mountains surrounding it. The fjords make for a spectacular sight. Oslo has plenty of cool bars, fun museums and outdoor activities to keep you engaged.
The best chance to spot the Northern Lights Norway will be in the winter, when the nights are longer. The further north you go, and the further you travel away from cities, the better your view will be. Dry weather and a lack of clouds will make conditions perfect for spotting the Northern Lights in Norway.
The Northern Lights Norway is considered to be one of the most phenomenal experiences you don’t want to miss!
Our recommended accommodations are centrally located, highly recommended hostels. These hostels are neat, clean and a great place to meet fellow travellers. Most have full service kitchens, Laundromats, apart from internet facilities and safe deposit lockers.
Accommodation will be in multi-share dorms and en suite facilities will be available wherever possible.
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Off-beaten, fun activities with our local guides in each of the cities to make your trip a memorable one!
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We recommend an itinerary with 4 nights in Tromso and 2 nights in Olso.
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