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Article: 5 Things You Should Do When Living In Norway...

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Article: 5 Things You Should Do When Living In Norway...

Post Posted: Sun Nov 30, 2014 11:32 pm

...(And 1 You Definitely Shouldn't)

Norway is among the most attractive places in the world. Some of Europe’s most spectacular sceneries can be found here and natural wonders are scattered throughout the land. Norway also has many beautiful cities ranging from quaint, peaceful towns to cosmopolitan hubs of art and culture. Here are 5 things that expats must do when living in Norway.

Norwegian Coastal Voyage

Hurtigruten or The Norwegian Coastal Voyage begins in Bergen and travels across the Arctic Circle to Kirkenes.

The route follows the Norwegian coast and covers about 2500 miles. You can take the entire cruise from Bergen to Kirkenes, which lasts for 11 days, or take a shorter trip along the same route. You can even step off at a destination of your choice and then re-join the cruise. The cruise operates every day, making many stops along the way. Cars are accommodated on the cruise ships, making it convenient for those who want to spend some time ashore...

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