Articles tagged with: norway
WEXAS Travel is offering an exciting six-night itinerary to Spitsbergen, on Norway's Svalbard archipelago, for travellers looking to experience the last total eclipse before 2026. This is 2015's ‘Hot Ticket’ and demand is soaring, so book now!
After the long light-deprived polar nights, the Arctic Circle is lit up in a continuous golden glow during the summer months, when the sun doesn’t set for months on end – creating the phenomenon known as the ‘midnight sun’.
The low-cost airline easyJet has launched its first ever services from London Gatwick to Bergen – also known as the ‘Gateway to the Fjords’ – in Norway.
easyJet has announced the launch of its first ever services from London Gatwick to Bergen – also known as the ‘Gateway to the Fjords’ – in Norway.
Bid farewell to the ski season in style and take to the slopes for the best late-season ski festivals around the world:
VisitNorway has today launched a new campaign to make the world’s longest scream in celebration of the birthday of the famous Norwegian artist Edvard Munch.
American Express has today revealed its 2012 Foreign Currency Index, which measures the popularity of currencies based on volumes purchased.
Scandinavian food outlets are popping up all across the capital, offering traditional and fusion cuisine. But why has it become so popular?
The dancing green light of the aurora borealis – a mysterious and captivating natural phenomenon which occurs in the Arctic skies – has thrilled, intrigued and in some cases scared societies for centuries.
With the start of autumn comes the possibility, once again, of seeing one of the earth’s most spectacular natural phenomenon – the ‘aurora borealis’, otherwise known as the Northern Lights.
One of British Pop Art’s leading figures, Sir Peter Blake is in Oslo to unveil an enormous wall frieze entitled ‘Icons for Norway’ inspired by iconic Norwegians and Norwegian landmarks.
If you're serious about reducing your carbon footprint but still want to enjoy an overseas holiday, here are five of the world's most environmentally friendly countries, as documented by the UN. They also just happen to be some of the world's most beautiful:
A new cruise has launched, to celebrate the beginning of the spring in Norway.
Everyone is talking about the Northern lights, with some of the most amazing displays of aurora activity seen in recent years .
Surely a must-see on everyone's travel list, here is travelbite.co.uk's top five ways to see the Northen Lights:
Make the most of the festive season! Look forward to an exciting and unique winter holiday by booking a trip to one of the world's top five ice hotels:
Forget New Year’s resolutions. What are you going to do, see and experience in 2012?
Experience the Polar Nights phenomenon from £851pp with Sunvil Discovery.
Dealchecker.co.uk is offering the chance to see Norway and the fjords on board P&O Cruises's Azura.
Located 350km above the Arctic Circle, Tromsø is one of the best places to see the Aurora Borealis.
Sarah Benton discovers some of the country’s most beautiful fjords, witnesses baby puffins learning to fly and does plenty of hiking in the Sunnmøre region of Norway.
Make your accommodation part of the holiday fun!
Hurtigruten has launched a flight-inclusive offer for sea voyages to Norway that will offer the opportunity to see the Northern Lights.
Marvel at the dramatic landscapes of Norway and Iceland on 'Fjords, Faroes, Fire and Ice' – an 11-day cruise with Voyages of Discovery from £1,099 (based on two people sharing an inside cabin).
Winter is officially well on its way and with it all thoughts turn to winter's favourite past time – skiing and snowboarding holidays!