Salmon, bread, hot berries, reindeer… Here are the best Norwegian specialities to enjoy during a Scandinavian holiday! In northern Europe, Norway is exceptional in every way. Dominated by nature, dotted with fjords and overlooked by mountains, the country has many facets, each more beautiful than the next. As in all Scandinavian countries, the exceptional Scandinavian […]
Five activities that make Norway a sportsman’s paradise Norway is famous for its Fjords, archipelagos, splendid roads, typical houses, northern lights and other natural treasures. These marvels qualify it as one of the most beautiful countries in the world! And with good reason, its dazzling landscapes will satisfy nature lovers and sports enthusiasts alike. More
Finding the right job can be a daunting task for even the savviest of career seekers. But if you’re looking to make a move––maybe across the world––the bright lights of Oslo, Norway might be calling your name. With over 3,000 jobs available at any given moment and a range of services and amenities to take
Located on an island in the far north of Norway, Vardo is brimming with culture and nature. Home to the Vardo Witch Trial Memorial, a museum dedicated to the witch trials of 17th century, as well as its popular port – the Varanger Fjord – Vardo offers its visitors more than just great fishing opportunities.
Ole Bornemann Bull (Bergen, 5 February 1810 – Lysøen, 17 August 1880) was a Norwegian violinist and composer. Ole Bull holds a special place in Norwegian history for his proud fight for political freedom, Norway’s independence from Sweden and national culture; Edvard Grieg called him a “pioneer for our young national music.” Considered one of
Beyond the Arctic Circle, there are beautiful islands, each with its own identity, different from each other, but all offering travelers stunning scenery of jagged mountains, deep fjords and fishing villages. These cities can be visited all year round, where in summer the sun never sets between the end of May and the end of
With its imposing mountains, endless plateaus and echoing valleys, Norway is a country where nature takes the lead. Using time-lapse, this film attempts to capture the ebb and flow of the seasons and is a result of one year of planning, a second year of shooting and four months of editing.