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Cheap flights from Norway

Norway, officially the Kingdom of Norway, covers the western part of the Scandinavian Peninsula, with Jan Mayen and the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard. The country is bordered by Finland and Russia to the northeast, and the Skagerrak Strait to the south. Its coastline faces the North Atlantic Ocean and the Barents Sea. The country’s capital and largest city is Oslo.

Where to go

Local flights within Norway go between the capital Oslo, Bergen, Fagernes, Orland, Roros, Stord, Stavanger, Alesund, and more. The city of Bergen on the west coast of Norway is the administrative center of Hordaland county. Known as the city of the Seven Mountains, Bergen is located among a group of mountains known as the Seven Mountains. A major attraction in the city is the remains of the Bryggen quays, which is a World Heritage Site. Museums to be visited here include the Troldhaugen, Bryggens Museum, Hanseatic Museum and Schotstuene, and Bergen Kunstmuseum. Bergen also boasts important monuments, such as the Ole Bull state at Ole Bull’s Place and the Madam Felle monument in Sandviken. Moreover, the city is also known as the street art capital of Norway, with a five-year plan launched in 2011, aiming to ensure that “Bergen will lead the fashion for street art as an expression both in Norway and Scandinavia.” Recreation opportunities are also not lacking in Bergen, with beaches such as that on the lake Tennebekktjorna, and hiking trails like those on Mt. Ulriken.

From the main airport of Norway, Oslo Airport, Gardermoen, the busiest short-haul international routes include Copenhagen, Stockholm, London, Amsterdam, Paris, Frankfurt, Helsinki, Gran Canaria, Munich, and Reykjavik.

Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, used to be a fishing village during the 10th century, and has now developed into a significant regional center, with strengths in urban and cultural development. A major tourist destination in the country, Copenhagen is home to many beautiful parks, promenades, and waterfronts. Some of its most prominent landmarks are the Tivoli Gardens, the Little Mermaid Statue, the Amalienborg and Christianborg palaces, Rosenborg Castle, and Frederik’s Church. Apart from the cultural and architectural wonders of the city, Copenhagen also has an abundance of restaurants, museums, and nightclubs.

Flying to intercontinental routes is also possible via the airport in Oslo, Norway. From Oslo Airport, Gardermoen, get to long-haul destinations such as New York, Bangkok, Islamabad, Lahore, Fort Lauderdale, Oakland, Los Angeles, Orlando, Dubai, Newark, and Doha.

Islamabad in Pakistan is one of the country’s most cosmopolitan and urbanized cities. One of the two national monuments of Pakistan can be found here, which is the Pakistan Monument. It is also home to the largest mosque in South Asia, the Faisal Mosque.

How to get out

Norway has 52 public airports that travelers may use for flights within the country as well as to leave the country to get to other places. The largest and busiest airport in Norway is the one in the capital, Oslo Airport, Gardermoen. It also serves as the main gateway to the country, being the second-busiest airport in the Nordic region. The airport is a hub for Air Norway, Norwegian Long Haul, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Scandinavian Airlines, Sundt Air, and Wideroe.

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