Cities in Norway that you must visit when on vacation Part 3
Tromso is a city located in the far north of Norway, Tromso is located on an island amidst beautiful blue fjords and spectacular snow-capped mountains. As one of the northernmost places you can visit in Europe, the city is actually located about 350 kilometers north of the Arctic Circle. As such, it is one of the best locations in Norway to view the beautiful Northern Lights.
Hamar is a city located on the shores of the largest lake in Norway. This city has a surprising number due to its size. This isn’t a bad choice if you want to stop somewhere when traveling north from Oslo. The city also has the largest glass building in Europe, with the stunning ruins of a cathedral inside.
Bodo is known as the largest city in the Nordic region and nebhadu an important commercial center as well as a transportation hub to the surrounding area. Bodo is a beautiful city with snow-capped peaks in the distance. Located at the end of the incredible Kystriksveien Coastal Route, many people visit Bodo to get to the enchanting Lofoten Islands nearby. From here you can explore the wild and rocky north, making it perfect for nature lovers.
Kristiansand is Norway’s fifth largest city with many shopping options and several restaurants and bars along the waterfront. Kristiansand also has some beautiful sandy beaches and claims to be the most popular holiday resort in Norway. In addition, the islands that are nearby are also very beautiful to explore.
The last city in Norway that you must visit is Fredrikstad . It is situated on the banks of the Glomma river, and is known as a beautiful old fortified town that has been very well preserved. In the city, there are a number of coffee shops, restaurants and bars for visitors to enjoy. In addition, the city has the impressive Kongsten fortress and distinctive moat, which is a popular tourist destination.