With almost 2500km of extension, Norway is blessed with one of the most wild landscapes in the world. Fjords, snow-covered mountains, glaciers, pristine beaches, and green meadows, among other things, shape Norway's natural essence, a country powered by nature.
In the southern part, the main attraction lies on the coastline and it is related to its whimsical geography, the Fjords. Near Stavanger city, are located the Lysefjord and the Preikestolen, a magnificent rock that rises 800mts above the fjord. Bergen is the country's second-biggest city, with its special Hanseatic charm, and is located by two fjords, the Hardangerfjord, with its fine-fruit and salmon farms, and the Sognefjord a jewel of nature. Further up north is Ålesund, the art nouveau city that also has a very remarkable fjord in its vicinity the Geirangerfjord, the steepest and most scenic in Europe.
The Northern part is located above the arctic circle and is, therefore, marked by two very special phenomena: The Northern Lights, during the wintertime, and the Midnight Sun, between May and July. With a distinct fishing lineage, pristine beaches, and their typical rorbu houses, the Lofoten Islands are a paradise for photographers. At the feet of the Lyngen Alps is the city of Tromsø, the starting point of many Arctic expeditions and the biggest city in the region. The northernmost point of the European continent, the Nordkapp, is located also in Norway, near the town of Honningsvåg.