Norway is a beautiful and diverse country that offers many attractions and experiences for its visitors. And it’s a country that offers something for every type of traveller from those wanting to be close to nature to the adrenalin seekers looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.  


Regardless of the type of traveller you are, Norway has something for you.


The Adventure Seekers

Norway has stunning scenery that can simply enthral its visitors, including fjords, mountains, waterfalls, glaciers, and forests. You can explore these landscapes by hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, or camping.


The Cultural Explorers

This is a country with a rich and diverse culture, with a long history of Vikings, Sami people, kings, and artists. Get off the beaten path and immerse in the culture of this wonderful Nordic country.   And as you do, learn more from visiting the abundant museums, churches, castles, annual events, and festivals.


The Solo Traveller

We’ve all seen a jump in solo travelling with the number of solo travellers up around 20% and growing year on year.  According to an article in Forbes, Norway is now one of the top destinations for solo travellers as it is one of the top 25 safest countries in the world and you’ll like this, one of the happiest, with Norwegians known for both their friendliness and hospitality.


The City Lovers

Norway’s cities are modern and vibrant, with a mix of historic and contemporary architecture, art, cuisine, and nightlife. You can enjoy the urban life in Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim or Tromsø, among others.

Bergen and Tromsø are two of Norway’s most charming and scenic cities, each with its own attractions and activities



Bergen is a historic port city that is famous for its colourful wooden houses, cultural heritage and stunning fjord views. You can explore the UNESCO-listed Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf, where you can find museums, shops, and restaurants. You can also take a funicular ride to the top of Mount Fløyen, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the city and hike in the surrounding forests. You can also experience the beauty of the Norwegian countryside by taking a fjord cruise or a train ride to some of the most scenic spots in the region.


Tromsø is known as the “Gateway to the Arctic” and is a popular destination for winter activities and northern lights viewing. You can visit the Polar Museum, where you can learn about the history of polar expeditions and explorers. You can also admire the striking architecture of the Arctic Cathedral and the Polaria Aquarium. You can also have an adventure by joining a dog sledding tour or a wildlife safari. And of course, you can’t miss the chance to see the magical northern lights in the night sky.


Fly Direct Dublin – Bergen

With Wideroe airlines now operating direct flights from Dublin to Bergen and onward connections to most destination across Norway, now is the time to plan and visit this stunning Nordic country.