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ISBN-10: 1780048106

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Norway is the new identify to hitch the best-selling Berlitz Pocket advisor diversity. Written through a neighborhood Scandinavian expert, this consultant provide you with all of the need-to-know info and insider information. locations to move and unmissable sights are explored inside easy-to-use, colour-coded sections, so that you can find the knowledge you wish at a look. The country's best 10 points of interest are pointed out on a committed double-page unfold that can assist you plan your journey and confirm that you simply see some of the best attractions, usual good looks and extra, which come with the miraculous surroundings of the fjords, the lovely Heddal Starve Church, and the common phenomenon of the Northern lighting. not just does the advisor offer in-depth info yet there are full-colour images all through that supply a hugely visible creation to this lovely vacation spot. the new function 'A excellent journey' deals most sensible concepts for a really heavenly time out exploring Norway's best-bits! complete colour...

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Production begins in 1971. 1972 Norway votes against joining the EU. 1981 Gro Harlem Brundtland becomes Norway's first female prime minister, leading a Labour government. 1994 Norway votes for the second time against joining the EU. Hosts the Winter Olympic Games in Lillehammer. 2008 Norway's first opera house opens in Oslo. 2010 The Norwegian Nobel committee anger China by awarding the Peace Prize to Chinese political prisoner Liu Xiaobo. Where To Go In Norway you find yourself running out of superlatives: there just aren't enough of them to cover the natural wonders of the scenery.

For an altogether more worldly pursuit,Trondheim also has excellent shopping. Take a tour to Saltstraumen, the world's strongest maelstrom, before continuing on to the Lofoten Islands in the evening, disembarking at Stamsund for a night in a rorbu (fisherman's cabin). Day 5 Scenic Å Take a bus to the tiny community of Å in the very south of the islands, which is worth a visit for its scenic location and its two interesting museums depicting life on the Lofoten Islands in times gone by. Day 6 Troll Fjord Continue by bus to Svolvær, the hub of Lofoten, and take a boat trip to the magical Troll Fjord, surrounded by sheer cliffs with magnificent waterfalls.

All three villages can be reached by the regular ferry service plying the Hardangerfjord. Crossing the fjord and travelling north on Highway 13, you reach the town of Voss. It has successfully marketed itself as Norway's adventure sports capital and lives up to the name. Voss has a history dating back to medieval times, with an ancient stone church and a folk museum, but these days the enthusiasts who flock to the town are mostly looking for chills and thrills of the extreme kind. no), attracting large numbers of adrenalin junkies.

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