20 Photos That Will Inspire You To Travel To Norway

Norway is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful countries in the world and these photos prove it! So amazing!

Norway is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful countries in the world!  Yes, this is my opinion, but if you disagree, you are wrong (LOL).  After looking at these pictures, how can anyone argue?  Norway features: cliffs, fjords, villages, fields of flowers, northern lights, and colorful cities on the water all in one… all this beauty, are you kidding me?!

The problem I have always had with Norway is that you need to spend so much time there to be able to see all the sights.  They are far apart and can be very expensive to get to.  I recently discovered a great way to see a lot of the sights is on a Norwegian cruise.  By seeing the country via boat, you can get to parts of Norway that otherwise might be quite difficult and very time consuming to travel to. I mean, who doesn’t like going to bed and waking up in a whole new magical destination?!  My husband and I just found an 8 day Norwegian cruise for $350 per person, and are thinking we might not be able to pass it up!

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Mountains in the Lofoten Islands.

Mountains in the Lofoten Islands.

Gorgeous city of Ålesund.

The small village of Flam in the Aurlandsfjord.

The small village of Flam in the Aurlandsfjord.

Fishing village of Reine in the Lofoten Islands.

Fishing village of Reine in the Lofoten Islands.

Waterfall near Briksdal Glacier.

Waterfall near Briksdal Glacier.

Borgund Stave Stavkirke Church.

Borgund Stave Stavkirke Church.

Famous Bryggen street in Bergen.

Famous Bryggen street in Bergen.

Trolltunga (The Troll's tongue) in Odda.

Trolltunga (The Troll’s tongue) in Odda.

Trollstigen Mountain Road.

The “Troll’s Ladder”, Trollstigen Mountain Road.

The famous Geiranger Fjord.

The famous Geiranger Fjord.

The famous Geiranger Fjord.

Geiranger Fjord again! So beautiful.

Reine in the Lofoten Islands.

Reine in the Lofoten Islands.

Beautiful Nature Norway Preikestolen.

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Reine fishing village.

Reine fishing village.

Pulpit Rock perched on top of a jutting 600m-tall (1969 ft) cliff.

Pulpit Rock perched on top of a jutting 600m-tall (1969 ft) cliff. Photo: Ronel Reyes (CC)

Seven Sister Falls.

Seven Sister Falls.

Bruges, Bergen Norway during Christmas!

Bruges, Bergen Norway during Christmas!

The Hanging Stone.

The Hanging Stone.

Roads in Reine lit up at night.

Roads in Reine lit up at night.

View from the mountain top in Bergen.

View from the mountain top in Bergen.

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21 Comments

  • Laia says:

    I agree with you, Norway is amazingly beautiful, it’s my favorite country in Europe! I love the fjords, the combination of water and mountains, the charming villages… I’ve been there in summer and winter and they’re both special, beautiful in different ways. And your photos are indeed stunning 🙂

    • Claire Kennedy says:

      Thank you so much! Norway is so hard to beat when it comes to beauty, for all the reasons you mentioned Laia. That’s awesome you have been there during both seasons!

  • Terri B says:

    Our son Jimmy is in Norway right now, heading to Flam, then Tromso next. Living vicariously through him, and your perfect timed post as well. 😀

  • Claire Kennedy says:

    That is awesome Terri! I had to look up Tromso, never heard of it until now. It looks incredible! I totally get living vicariously through someones travels as well. My husband is off to Hong Kong and Thailand without me next week. 🙁 Thank goodness I can follow along on snapchat! Haha.

  • Such a wonderful country! I would like to visit it, but I have a huge problem: I always prefer other countries hahahaha Peru, Nepal, Iran, Rwanda etc. Someone of you is experiencing the same?

    • Claire Kennedy says:

      Haha, I totally get that! Sounds like you love visiting the lesser explored parts of the world. I am kind of the same way. Not sure I have the guts to visit Iran though. When are you planning on going?!

  • Ella says:

    These photos are insane!!! Clearly, Norway should be THE destination for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts. It always amazes me how beautiful Earth is and I can’t believe that so much beauty can be found in one country! 🙂

    • Claire Kennedy says:

      Ha, YES! It most definitely should be THE destination for nature lovers and photographers. Isn’t it just so beautiful?

  • Those are all some incredible pictures of Norway – and the country looks even more beautiful when covered in snow.

  • Jennifer says:

    Uh oh! I am putting Norway on my bucket list now. BEAUTIFUL!

  • Gabriela Lake says:

    Could you please tell me where you found that low fjord cruise price, as everything I find is at least double that. We’ll be in Norway this November.
    Thanks!

  • Sabrina says:

    Norway is at the very top of my list! My sister lives there and we are very much due for a visit. Thanks for all the awesome pictures.

  • Olga says:

    Omg, did you take all those pictures yourself? They’re stunning!
    Make me wanna go to Norway even more <3

  • Leo Valentijn says:

    Hi Sabrina, as frequent visitor of Norway I might give you a little tip for an extensive view of Norway. My wife went to Bergen by car (our own) and got on board of the Hurtigruten coastal ferry. At the end of its regular route we got of in Kirkenes (near the Russian border) and drove back via the coastal highway. Stayed in huts and had plenty of time (i.e. three weeks) to see most of the sites you show pictures of. We went back by ferry to Denmark and drove home through Germany. Alternatively one can also fly into Bergen, take the Hurtigruten to Kirkenes and drive a rental car to Bergen.
    Thanks for your story on Norway!

    • Claire says:

      It’s so good to hear that you were able to see so much in 3 weeks! Maybe we will consider renting a car on our trip. Sounds like you had an amazing trip and thanks so much for the tips!!

  • Terry says:

    Taking the back packing and go! Go! These places are great!

  • Natasha says:

    Nice! Are these all your photos?

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