Sights Oslo, Norway
Other attractions include: the National Theater with a lounge-style Rokkoko, built a century ago specifically to play Ibsen, Munch Museum, which houses over 5000 paintings and drawings bequeathed to the city by various celebrities. The most famous painting Munch - "Scream" has been moved to the National Gallery, which was evacuated for a short unexpected holiday in 1994.
Ten-minute journey by ferry across the harbor will take you back Bigdoy. On the peninsula you can see: amazing attractions, Norway's largest outdoor museum of national art, maritime museums with those found in the excavation of Viking ships, Thor Heyerdahl's raft, the Kon-Tiki ", the restored wooden church, a couple of good beaches. By public transport you can easily get to Nordmark - "wild" places along the border of Oslo, crossed by hiking trails and ski.
Rizor. This is the focus of the historic white houses, built around a small fishing coves - one of the most picturesque villages in Norway. At an inexpensive water taxi you can visit the nearby islands. One of these islands - Stangholmen - famous for its old lighthouse, which contains a restaurant and bar. Central Norway. The historical center of Bergen permeated cultural atmosphere, which greatly contributes to the little house with red roofs. Here is a pleasant stroll and admire the western fjords. From here you can go to Soneford, the longest (200 km) and deep (1300 km) fjord in Norway; Hardagener the fjord, ice massif.
Yostedalsbren, waterfalls in Geirangerfjord and Trollveggen, rocky and covered with clouds near the top of Andalsnesa, which remains a real challenge for the Norwegian climbers. In addition to the above mentioned resorts, beautiful national parks, road routes, paved in the most exciting places of Norwegian nature.
Romsey. Snow-covered mountains form a picturesque background to this city, erected in the heyday of construction, and Tromso Museum - a great place to study the culture of Lappa.