While Norway is known for its towering mountains, pristine glaciers, deep fjords and rushing waterfalls, its cities deserve a spotlight, too. And in January in Norway, the snow adds a layer of magic to these urban landscapes. The capital Oslo is famous for Viking and nautical history, with the best museums in Norway to explore. You can find everything from the Nobel Peace Prize Center to Viking Museums. An eco-conscious harbor city, Oslo is city also renowned for its seafood. Dine to your heart’s content on exquisite salmon and mackerel as you watch the snow fall outside.
The pretty coastal city of Bergen is surrounded by seven mountains and is just beautiful in January. Take a wintery stroll long the UNESCO-listed waterfront with its colorful houses. Explore the sights and sounds of the lively fish market and ride on a tradition Flåm Railway train.
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