Your Trip to Norway
Tourists from abroad often flock to destinations throughout the Norway to visit the famous fjords or witness the aurora borealis.
Norwegian culture revolves around survival in the region's often-frozen reaches. Locals have learned to appreciate the natural beauty of the moon on the fjords and the northern lights shining visibly, even in the cities. Traditional gothic architecture appears in areas such as Oslo and Tromsø, standing alongside more modern buildings and amenities. Let Orbitz.com help you discover the beauty and wonders of this land.
Norway Vacation Packages
Enjoy your stay at the Scandic Solsiden hotel, located just outside central Trondheim, close to popular attractions like Nidaros Cathedral and Stiftsgaarden wooden palace. Buy lighter meals, snacks or drinks in the hotel's shop or sip a cocktail in the bar. Do business in... More
The modern Scandic Strand hotel is situated in Bergen harbour. Next to the hotel you'll find Bergen's popular Fish market where you can taste local delicacies and browse handicrafts and souvenirs. Visit nearby Bryggen with its historical Hanseatic buildings. When in... More
Sea front location. Walking distance to shopping and restaurants. FREE evening meal. Two saunas, four demi-suites. Museum and attractions within hotel. Library. FREE coffee and tea. Children 12 and under stay free if sharing room with parents or grandparents when no... More
Thon Hotel Maritim is newly totally renovated and have 223 well equipped rooms and amongst our different room categories you will find doubles* singles* suites* apartments* physically disabled rooms and family rooms. We serve breakfast in our ground floor restaurant.... More
The chic Best Western Kampen Apartment Hotell occupies a central location in Kampen, a vibrant and ethnic district of Oslo, within walking distance of the Central Station, Toyen Baths, Botanical Gardens and other popular tourist destinations. Best Western Kampen Hotell... More
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Centrally situated in the heart of Trondheim, the Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel Trondheim provides guests with instant access to the best of the city, including the old city and the Nidarosdomen Cathedral. Getting around is simple with the airport bus stop in front of... More
Clarion Hotel Admiral located on the Bergen's harbour. Built at the turn of the century as a warehouse for boats coming and going to Bergen, hotel was renovated into a waterside hotel in 1987. All rooms have large windows; 40 rooms have harbour view. All prices include... More
Thon Hotel Tromso is situated in the middle of Tromso city centre and everything that the Paris of the North is known for is only a stones throw away. More
Stavanger's leading hotel located in the city centre, close to all major attractions and shopping area -All rooms refurbished in 5 different room styles -All Suites newly renovated -All 204 bathrooms finished renovation in August 2012 -Conference facilities for 100 people... More
Bed and breakfast hotel in Oslo city center Thon Hotel Munch is located in the heart of Oslo city center, and offers budget-friendly accommodations in bright, Scandinavian style. Guests enjoy a free, healthy breakfast buffet and complimentary wireless Internet access.... More
|Stockholm||Oslo||Wed, Jul 23 - Sun, Jul 27||$199|
|Stockholm||Bergen||Sun, Mar 9 - Wed, Mar 19||$212|
|Copenhagen||Trondheim||Thu, Feb 6 - Mon, Feb 17||$226|
|Brussels||Stavanger||Fri, Jan 10 - Mon, Feb 3||$226|
|Amsterdam||Kristiansand||Wed, May 21 - Mon, Jun 9||$306|
|Oslo||Tromso||Mon, Feb 17 - Wed, Feb 19||$247|
|San Francisco||Aalesund||Sun, Jan 19 - Sun, Feb 2||$972|
Best time to take a vacation to Norway
Temperatures in Norway range from lows of negative 40 degrees Fahrenheit to summer highs of 86 degrees. Rain and windstorms are common in winter, especially in coastal regions. Visitors may receive discounts for staying during these times instead of the more popular spring through late fall seasons. The Northern Lights Festival brings out thousands of viewers to witness the spectacular lights, and the Midnight Sun Marathon packs the city of Tromsø with tourists looking experience the seemingly endless daylight period. Catch these events and more when you book your travel to Norway with Orbitz.com.
Insider tips for Norway travel
Alcohol prices in the country tend to be very high. Vinmonopolet outlets are run by the state and are the only source of spirits and liqueurs in the nation.
Eat like a local with dried and salted cod from this local chain.
The many lakes in this region are popular with locals for swimming. Check the local map to ensure that your swimming hole isn't part of the municipal water facility, though.
Ekebergsletta is one of the locations of the Norway Cup, an international youth soccer tournament, and it provides a great opportunity to mingle with locals and enjoy the game.
Kebabs are a favorite treat of Norway's younger population, and this location in Bodø is considered one of the best in the nation.
Learn the history of aviation and its evolution during the cold war at the country's national air museum.
This trading post was active as early as the 19th century, and the museum teaches visitors about the Norwegian trapping and hunting culture.
The strait of Saltstraumen is home to the world's largest maelstrom. Visitors come from all over the world to fish in its waters.
This popular museum features archeological wonders found throughout the region alongside religious art and depictions of the northern lights.
Discover the secrets of arctic hunting and how it influenced the Scandinavian region at this museum in Tromsø.
Tromsø War Museum
This German bunker has been converted into a museum focused on events at the end of World War II. It is only open during the summer due to the cold.
The Folkeparken surrounds the Tromsø museum and offers a great place for a picnic or to wait for the northern lights.
University of Oslo
The largest university in Norway is a center for learning and offers many modern amenities for guests.
The Arctic Alpine Botanic Garden
The most northern botanic garden in the world features plants from all over the world, with a focus on hardier varieties.
The Cable Car in Tromsø
This cable car takes winter travelers up the slopes of a nearby mountain. The experience is especially riveting in the late hours when the aurora borealis is visible.