3 Top Unique Stays in Norway in 2020.

Go off the beaten track and visit historical Norway, surrounded by nature. Here are a few picks of private home-away-from-home rentals from the Airbnb website, with some truly unique stays, for a private and memorable holiday experience. Fosse House in the Fjords of Norway The Fosse house is situated on the West coast of Norway, by the famous Hardanger Fjord in a historical setting. This is a...

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Treehouse Holidays in Norway

Himmelhytta / The Sky Hut på Tretopphytter. Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the woodland and fulfill a childhood dream by spending the night in a treehouse in a faraway land. For a romantic getaway or for a unforgettable family holiday. With all modern facilities the self catering cabins are all set several meters above the ground with impeccable nature views. These are some of the best...

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Fly from London to the Scandinavian Mountains

The Scandinavian airline SAS has announced they will begin commercial flights from London to the Trysil / Sälen Airport, also called Scandinavian Mountains SCR. It has become known for being the first airport in the world built without an air traffic control tower, instead having a virtual tower. The first flights will arrive on the 22nd of December 2019, with the first plane arriving from...

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Historical Boutique Hotel in Bergen

A late 18th century building, in the heart of Bergen, has been converted into charming 18-room boutique hotel. Villa Terminus combines rustic charm with a clean, Nordic contemporary design. The hotel was build for a local merchant in 1769 as a home for elderly in need. It was bought by the current owner in 2011 who hired the two Swedish architects, Claesson Koivisto Rune to restore the listed...

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Fly to the Scandinavian Mountains

Scandinavian Mountains Airport, also referred to as Sälen Trysil Airport, is an airport under construction in Dalarna, Sweden, close to the Norwegian border. And the new airport has just announced its opening date! With 6,400,000 guest nights, 100,000 beds and 3,300,000 ski days, every year - Scandinavian Mountains is already an established tourist destination. Especially in winter as a ski...

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Trysil, a Magical and Family friendly ski resort

We've just returned from our skiing holiday in Trysil, Norway and I just wanted to share this amazing Winter destination and ski resort with you... Trysil is situated in the heart of Norway, merely a 2 hour drive north from Oslo Airport (watch this space as they are building a second airport only 45 min away - ready for travellers for the winter 2019/2020 season) with airport transfer directly...

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Where to spend Christmas in Scandinavia

If you are looking for a getaway to experience an authentic white Christmas, there are some truly fabulous cozy cabin style hotels, tucked away in Winter Wonderland far, far North... We have chosen three truly amazing hotels where you can spend an unforgettable holiday! Scandinavian Christmas is one of the most searched topics on this blog. And I can only assume there's many of you dreaming of...

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Trysil in Summer

If you are looking for a family summer holiday with a difference, look no further. Trysil is a beautiful forest and mountain village, only a 2 hour drive from Oslo airport. Perhaps better known as Norway's largest ski resort, the area has a lot on offer in Summer as well. In fact its inspiring nature has fostered some of Norways finest authors and artists and is undoubtly a destination to...

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Norway, the Happiest Place on Earth!

© Visit Norway. Humpback whale. Norway has officially won the title 'the happiest place on earth' with Denmark and Iceland as runners up. The World Happiness Report has been published for the past five years, during which the Nordic countries have consistently dominated the top spots. We dived into the question; why? Is it all about hygge? Norway is the happiest place on Earth according to the...

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Rallarvegen – Norway’s Most Beautiful Cycling Route

Every year, in the short season from July to September, over 20,000 cyclists travel the 'Rallarvegen' route from the mountains to the Fjords of Norway, passing glaciars and fresh water lakes as well as boutique hotels and gourmet restaurants... If you are looking for an active holiday this cycling route is well worth considering. Rallarvegen was originally built in 1902 as a construction road in...

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