Kardemomme City in Kristiansand

Kardemomme City in Kristiansand

Kristiansand Dyrepark

Kristiansand Dyrepark

Welcome to Southern Norway

Discover the southern part of Norway and the many offers and activities regardless the season.

The Telemark region in Norway has an amazing coastline which gives opportunities for bathing and boating in the summer.

The region is best known for the special style of skiing that was practised in the impenetrable upper districts, where no other type of transportation was possible back in time.

An exceptionally scenic road connects Telemark with Hardangerfjord, and the impressive Telemark Canal stretches all the way to the foot of Hardangervidda.

Kristiansand also called the ‘capital’ of south Norway.  Here you can immerse yourself in colourful legend and lore; explore the Christiansholm Fortress, the market place and the old quarter with its traditional wooden houses.

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Southern Norway

Kristiansand

Kristiansand

Kristiansand also called the ‘capital’ of south Norway.  Here you can immerse yourself in colorful legend and lore; explore the Christiansholm Fortress, the market place and the old quarter with its traditional wooden houses. Kristiansand Zoo & Amusement Park Kristiansand Zoo is the most frequently visited attraction in Norway, covering an area of 150 acres of wild Nordic terrain. Kristiansand Zoo has expanded to be the most popular holiday destination for children in Norway. Enjoy the many restaurants where local dishes, especially seafood, share the menus with a variety of internati...

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Kristiansand Zoo and Amusement Park

Kristiansand Zoo and Amusement Park

Kristiansand Zoo is one of the biggest family amusements in Norway.

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Christiansholm Fortress

Christiansholm Fortress

This historical monument fortress built 1672 by Fredrik III once guarded and protected the city centre from pirates and rambunctious Swedes.

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Plan Your Trip to Norway

Reasons to Visit Norway

Reasons to Visit Norway

Norway is synonymous with beautiful nature and majestic fjords and mountains,

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Getting to Norway

Getting to Norway

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Getting around in Norway

Getting around in Norway


Domestic Flights All the large cities and towns have airports catering for both international and domestic flights. In fact, there are more than 50 airports in Norway serviced through regular routes, making even remote places such as the Lofoten Islands, the North Cape and Spitsbergen (Svalbard) easily accessible by plane.

Airlines that operate domestic flights within Norway is SAS, Norwegian and Widerøe. The largest airport is Oslo Gardermoen Int. Airport .From here you can also reach many domestic regions and airports in the country.
Trains In Norway, the railwa...

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Weather in Norway

Weather in Norway

Compared to the high latitude, Norway has a mild climate, because of the influence of the warm Gulf Stream.

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Southern Norway

Stavanger

Stavanger

Epic landscapes, colourful culture and exquisite culinary experiences await you in the Stavanger region.

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Visit Telemarken

Visit Telemarken

Telemarken is a perfect holiday resort all year through.

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