Lillehammer

Lillehammer is a small city of about 20000 inhabitants located about 180 kilometers north of Oslo. Situated directly on the northern end of Norway’s largest lake, Mjøsa, and at the beginning of one of the the country’s main valleys, Gudbrandsdalen, it has been an important merchant town for almost 200 years.
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Tjøme Summer Getaway

Sometimes you want to go far away and explore new countries and cultures, and sometimes you just want a little break from your everyday life. Norway is blessed with an amazing array of recreational opportunities all over the country, and you rarely have to go far to experience something out of the ordinary. Due to […]
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Oslo Travel – The Inner Oslofjord: Ormøya, Malmøya, Ulvøya, Svartskog, Drøbak & Hvidtsten

Ormøya & Malmøya This island is a small hidden gem just outside downtown Oslo. Just a five minutes’ drive south-east of the city center, it is also easily accessible by bike or even by walking. Being located close to huge industrial areas on the harbor it does not look like an inviting area when you […]
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Oslo Travel – The Inner Oslofjord: Fornebu, Lysaker, Sandvika, Hvalstrand & Konglungen

Lysaker / Vaekero What used to be an industrial area on the western outskirt of Oslo has now been turned into somewhat of a gem with restaurants, apartments and even a beach. A hub for high paced IT companies such as Microsoft, Oracle and Computas, the area also offers a more laid back atmosphere once you […]
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Gothenburg Travel

Gothenburg and its surrounding areas is a beautiful and tranquil part of Sweden with something to offer to almost every traveler. Gothenburg is Sweden’s second largest with a population of just over half a million people and the city is located on the Swedish west coast on the mouth of the Gota river. The size […]
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