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Norway is the new name to affix the best-selling Berlitz Pocket advisor variety. Written by means of a neighborhood Scandinavian professional, this consultant provides you with all of the need-to-know info and insider assistance. locations to move and unmissable sights are explored inside of easy-to-use, colour-coded sections, so that you can find the data you wish at a look. The country's best 10 points of interest are pointed out on a devoted double-page unfold that can assist you plan your journey and make sure that you just see some of the best attractions, average attractiveness and extra, which come with the incredible surroundings of the fjords, the beautiful Heddal Starve Church, and the typical phenomenon of the Northern lighting fixtures. not just does the advisor supply in-depth info yet there are full-colour pictures all through that offer a hugely visible creation to this wonderful vacation spot. the new function 'A ideal travel' bargains best ideas for a really heavenly day trip exploring Norway's best-bits! complete colour...

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Heading northwest, onto Nordnes Peninsula, along Strandgaten, is New Church (Nykirken), the first church in Bergen to be built as Lutheran, rather than converted from Catholicism. no; times vary; charge), with a new tunnel where you can get extra close to the sharks. com; daily May–Sept 9am– 6pm, Oct–Apr 10am–4pm; guided tours available; charge) was the home of composer Edward Grieg and his wife Nina. It is situated a 20-minute bus ride south of Bergen, on a peninsula overlooking Nordsåsvatnet inlet.

Oslo Torp airport is nearby and there are direct connections by ferry from Sandefjord to Strömstad in Sweden. Passing Sandefjord and Larvik on the E18, the main Oslo–Stavanger highway, Kragerø is the first picturesque whitewashed village of note, followed by Risør, known as the ‘White town on the Skagerrak’. The former was the favourite haunt of artists such as Edvard Munch, while the latter has beautifully preserved 17th-century houses. Both have a variety of accommodation and restaurants. Cycling in Kristiansand APA Glyn Genin Continuing south, Arendal is one of the larger towns along the coast, worth a visit for its old district, Tyholmen.

From base camp at the mountain lodge a marked trail leads up to the rock itself, a two- to three-hour climb that can be very steep in places and should only be attempted if you are reasonably fit and wearing strong shoes. Those who do make the hike are rewarded by stunning panoramic views, but the 604m (1,982ft) -high cliff is not for the faint-hearted. Lying face-down at the edge of the cliff, spotting the sightseeing boats far below, is very popular if slightly vertigo-inducing. no). Another, more strenuous, hike is that to Kjerag mountain, famed for its 5 sq m (54 sq ft) boulder, plugged between two rocks.

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