The beautiful city of Tromso or "Paris of the North" was first established as a community on the Tromsoya Island back in the Middle Ages. Unique arctic phenomena can be admired here - midnight sun from May 14 to July 30, the winter total dark between November 25 and January 21 and the magnificent Aurora Borealis. The marvelous natural environment, surrounded by mountains, islands and fjords, offers great opportunities for outdoor activities. The most famous landmark is the Arctic Cathedral, but you can also find here a 13th century church, admire the permanent exhibit on the Lapps at the Tromso Museum or get familiar with various aspects of arctic life and nature at the Polar Museum and Polaria Experience Center. You can enjoy a good meal 420 meters above the Nordic Sea after admiring the city panorama from the Mountain Cable car "Fjellheisen".
Oslo abounds with sights of interest, such as museums, parks, urban districts with listed buildings and a well-developed array of shops. As most sights are within walking distance of each other, you can leave your car behind. Oslo City Hall is located in the city center only a few hundred meters from the city's main street and overlooks Oslo Fjord filled with moored pleasure craft, shrimp trawlers, cruise ships, charter boats and ferries to all the islands. Oslo has a wide variety of restaurants, bistros and bars. Most are located within such a limited area that they are within walking distance of each other. In addition, each quarter of the city has an unusual atmosphere all worth visiting.
Considered "the town of all towns in Norway" by locals and not only, Bergen is a great city with tradition and one of the most important economic centers in Norway. The famous hanseatic wharf of Bryggen will meet the tourists coming here by sea; tradition is the key-word in Bryggen, rebuilt in its initial form after many fire destructions; that's why it was named by UNESCO a World Heritage City. Bergen's natural scenery is amazing: the surroundings seven mountains offer scenic views and are accessible either by cable car of funicular railway; the unique fjords: Hardangerfjorden, Sognefjorden, Geirangerfjorden - invite you to a breathtaking boat trip. Bergen is also a cultural city and the splendid houses - today museums - of the famous composer Edvard Grieg and violinist Ole Bull are living proofs.
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