Cities in Norway that you must visit when on vacation Part 2
Drammen is a town located not too far from Oslo with some beautiful walking trails on both sides of the river that divides the city, and the city center is easy to walk. Many tourists visit this town as a stop on their way to the nearby mines of Blafarvevaerket.
Alesund is a city that is quite unique to visit because it has an eclectic mix of architectural styles. The city is also built on several islands that are next to each other, and there is a port that adds to the appeal of this city. From the nearby hills, there are some stunning views of the fjord and surrounding mountains. In addition, in this city there are also many magnificent restaurants and bars serving Norwegian food.
Larvik is a city located on the southern coast of Norway. This Norwegian city has a busy port and there are several things you can do here. Fi koys Larvik, you can visit a fantastic historical museum and a new cultural center recently opened, while the old baroque lighthouse looks impressive over the sea is also an Instagramable place.
Today, the city of Stavanger is highly developed due to the nearby oil fields. Plus, by the sea the city has a vibrant feel during the summer months and there are lots of great restaurants to choose from, as well as some nightlife that seems to never sleep. Many people visit Stavanger on their way to the fantastic sights of Lysefjorden and Preikestolen.
Lillehammer is one of the cities in Norway that hosted the Winter Olympics in 1994. This is because, the city is known for having a fantastic range of winter sports activities on offer. This city on the shores of Lake Mjosa also has several museums and art galleries, as well as a number of restaurants with mouth-watering menus. The city also has a beautiful view, with hills and forests all around. While there are interesting things to see and do throughout the year, winter is a great time to visit the city.