By Jessica Russo
We all know that Norway is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, but where should you go to see the best of the country? We've gone, we've seen, and we're here to share our favorites. These Instagram-worthy landscapes will make you feel like you're walking through a fairytale.
This is the stunning scenery of Norway you've been dreaming of. With unforgettable hikes, trickling waterfalls, and teal blue waters, this lush landscape is pure magic.
Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock)
This steep cliff is one of Norway's most popular tourist attractions, and rightfully so! Sitting at a whopping 2,000 feet above the sparkling Lysefjorden fjord, "Pulpit Rock" offers once-in-a-lifetime dreamlike views. Afraid of heights? Step out of your comfort zone for this one - it's worth it.
The Atlantic Road (Atlanterhavsveien)
This amazing road gives a whole new meaning to "the scenic route." Connected by the island of Averoy and the mainland with a series of small islands in-between, The Atlantic Road is comprised of eight bridges that stretch over 27,000 feet! A drive along "Atlanterhavsveien" is a site in itself. It just might be the most beautiful drive in the world!
The Lofoten Islands
Get ready for gorgeous scenery, outdoor activities, and Viking history! Painted with sky-high peaks, sparkling waters, and quaint snowy villages, Lofoten is heaven on earth. Be sure to check out the cute fishing village of Reine, where you just might see the spectacular northern lights!
Nestled in the middle of soaring mountains and glistening fjords, Bergen, or "Bryggen," boasts colorful wooden houses on its old wharf. Walk around this fairytale city, or hop on the Floibanen Funicular and glide up Floyen Mountain for amazing views!
Sitting pretty right above the Arctic Circle is Tromso, a city in Northern Norway famous for being the best place to see the magical northern lights! During the day, Tromso is a cultural hub with a thriving historic center filled with cute wooden homes and shops.
Ah, the picture-perfect village of Flam. Located in southwestern Norway, Flam is surrounded by sparkling fjords, lush greenery, and soaring mountains. Hop on the famous Flam Railway, which offers valley and waterfall views as you chug along to neighboring villages. Flam is a thrill for all your senses.