A week in Norway, still yearn for more
Sneak peek into the most elegant and charming sights from Norway
When the earth was being bestowed with the gifts of various kinds, it is quite possible that the most of the parts of the world got the fairer deal regarding hospitability for and natural beauties. But speaking of one of the Scandinavian countries, Norway is one such place on this globe which has perhaps one of the most inhospitable climate conditions and yet sustains a full-fledged society that surmounts such barriers. On the brighter side, though, when it comes to the most elegant and charming sights for the human eyes, there is no denying that Norway is the place to be in. At times, the entire experience in Norway, especially for its country, un-urbanized parts, seems rather surreal with certain kind of divinity in them which one shall appreciate on one's maiden visit as well as on ones hundredth visit.
Usually considered as one of the most expensive countries in the world to travel to, Norway in the past decade had a reputation for keeping a low profile among the travelers from all parts of the year. Thanks to the efforts of its government, it is now way more open and welcoming to tourists than it ever was. But if you ever want to enjoy the rustic-ness and the grandeur of the places, it is highly suggested that you slip into the skins of a traveler than being a tourist. Here, we present some of the tips to ease your travel time (in this case a period of one week) into losing itself in the timeless beauties of this land and yet get the most out of the trip. We also list some of the iconic places in Norway that you simply cannot afford to miss:
Look for rentals and homestays: For that one their maiden visit to Norway, it is always recommended to opt for homestays or dormitories to live in when traveling there so as not to bore a Norway-sized hole in your pockets. This could be one of the best options if you happen to be the kind who does not have a fixed itinerary, as it will give you ample scope to experience the country in a better manner.
Opt for bike riding rental items to move around the countryside and the wilderness; it is not only affordable but also you can see the beauty of Norway, more.
Food: Regarding food, it suffices to say that most of Norway lies to the north of the Arctic Circle, which means that most of the food items is imported and is considered as an expensive resource. Canned food is what you can get easily here, and if you happen to be from a country with a bountiful cuisine culture, Norway can be a bit of a shocker.
Fjords and mountains: Explore the fjords and the majestic mountains as much as you can, on your own. They are the inseparable part of the entire land mass, and if you happen to visit the northern districts of Norway like the North Cape or Svalbard in the hope of seeing the enigmatic northern lights, these fjords and mountains will enhance the experience.
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