12 pictures of Norway that will give you major wanderlust

March 23, 2018

Norway is one of those places that’s so beautiful, it almost hurts, and we’ve got 12 pictures to prove it. So pack a warm jacket (Norway can get pretty chilly) and some hiking boots, because you’re about to catch an incurable case of wanderlust.

1. The view from Besseggen Ridge

Besseggen

2. The cheerful buildings of Bergen

Bergen, Norway

3. The vivid lush greenery of Sognefjord

Songnefjord Norway

4. The FOMO-inducing panoramas of Trolltunga

Trolltunga, Norway

5. The winding, waterfall-crossing Trollstigen road

Trollstigen, Åndalsnes, Norway

6. The Stegastein Viewpoint towering 650 metres above the fjord

Stegastein, Aurland, Norway

7. The feeling of standing on top of it all at Preikestolen

Preikestolen Norway

8. The colourful waterside houses of Trondheim

Trondheim, Norway

9. The Northern Lights dancing through the night skies of Lofoten 

Aurora Norway

10. The don’t-tell-your-mom photo-op at Kjeragbolten

Kjeragbolten, Norway

11. The postcard-perfect fishing village of Reine

Reine, Norway

12. The turquoise blue-green waters of Ryten, Norway

Ryten, Norway

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I’ve been all over the world: Norway is the world’s most beautiful country—and so much more socially advanced then the US, with free education, free health care, and no guns! Definitely go to Oslo to visit the Nobel Peace Prize Museum (within walking distance of a wonderful hostel) and Vigelund Park (not sure I spelled that right). I can’t wait to go back—for the forth time!

Please send me here!

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