Northern Norway's landscape changes from alpine mountains and narrow fjords with thriving coastal communities to endless tundra and wilderness. The contrasts in light, from midnight sun in the summer to northern auroras in the winter, help shape the way people live. In summer, 24 hours of daylight can be fully exploited for activities and/or relaxing.
When the sun disappears at the end of November, you can experience the magical Northern Lights; the spectacular colourful light show that last for hours. Until the sun returns again at the end of January, you can experience the “blue daylight” that is unique to North Norway.
Oslo - Norway’s capital - is centrally located in the heart of Scandinavia. Bounded by the fjord and the forested hills, Oslo offers fantastic scenery.
When standing on the cliff on the North Cape, the only thing separating you from the North Pole is the waves of the Barents Sea. When the clouds are covering the ocean with a colourful, heavenly carpet, and the midnight sun is at its lowest, this is one of the most special places on earth. You don’t get further north on mainland Europe. You are at the end of the world.
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