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Cheap Flights to Norway

Officially known as the Kingdom of Norway, Norway shares a border with Sweden, Finland, Russia, Denmark and the Skagerrak Strait. It is one of the three Scandinavian countries and has an extensive coastline facing the North Atlantic Ocean and the Barents Sea. It is popularly known for its intricate and deep fjords located in the western coast of the country. These magnificent fjords extend from the North Sea near Denmark and Scotland stretching into the Arctic Ocean.

Norway is a member of the Schengen Agreement so if you are already traveling around Europe, a stop in this beautiful country is a must. Here are just a few of the more popular cities to visit when in Norway:

Oslo – The capital and largest city in Norway, it is also the third largest city in Scandinavia. While not as architecturally prominent as its neighbors, Oslo has several monumental buildings worth a visit. Don’t miss touring the Royal Palace which was built during the first half of the 19th century. It was the Norwegian residence of King Charles III and the official residence of the current Norwegian monarch. The Opera House is a must-see as well with its award-winning architectural style. It is shaped as a glacier or a ship, it looks like it is floating by the Bjørvika inlet. Oslo is also home a several museum including the Henrik Ibsen Museum, Munch Museum, Nobel Peace Centre and the Emanuel Vigeland Museum.

Bergen – The second largest city in Norway, Bergen is well known for its stunning nature and excellent hiking trails. It is the most popular gateway to West Norway’s fjords. Bergen’s cultural life and underground indie music scene is also rising in popularity. It is one of Norway’s most important cultural centers. The Bergen International Festival happens in this city along with Nattjazz and Bergenfest, both international known within its own music genres. It is also home to one of the world’s oldest orchestral institutions, the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra.

Stavanger – The fourth largest city in Norway, Stavanger is located in the south-western coast of the country. When in Stavanger, take a stroll down Gamle Stavanger or Old Stavanger which is well-preserved part of Norwegian history. Here you will find many wooden houses dotting along its old winding streets. Next, take a picture of the Three Swords or Sverd i fjell which literally means “Sword in Mountain”. This monument is massive and looks great with the fjord in its background. It is located outside the Stavanger center and commemorates the battle of Hafrsfjord where Harald Hårfagre became the first King of Norway.

Traveling to Norway is relatively easy as there are many options in entering the country. Oslo Airport in Gardemoen is the biggest airport in Norway and the main international hub of the country. It is located 60 kilometers from Oslo and serves many international flights and all domestic routes.

Meanwhile, the Sandefjord Airport in Torp has scheduled flights to several destinations in Europe and a few destinations in Norway. The Sandefjord Airport is 115 kilometers from Oslo and is located just north of Sandefjord. Moss Airport Rygge, located just outside Moss and around 60 kilometers from Oslo, also operates scheduled flights from several European cities and a few domestic cities. Norway’s smaller airports including Stavanger Airport in Sola, Bergen Airport in Flesland, Trondheim Airport in Værnes and Tromsø Airport in Tromsø also operates flights to and from several European destinations.

Start planning your holiday in Norway by searching for the cheapest flights and booking directly with airlines that fly to Norway. Find your flight on Skyscanner Philippines.

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