Norway is mainly known for its stunning natural attractions among travellers. Its main attractions include the steep cliffs surrounded by fjords, the mountains, and of course, the northern lights and the midnight sun phenomenon is a unique sight to see. Thus, the country is famous for its breathtaking fjords, two of which, the Geiranger- and Nærøy fjord, are included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The most visited fjords are the Sognefjord, the longest of them all, and the Hardanger fjord, which is famous for its cherry and apple trees.
The next attraction is the northern light, also known as aurora borealis, a very special and fascinating marvel of the country, which can be observed in the northern part of Norway, near the Arctic Circle. Most often, it appears in the sky between late autumn and early spring. It is also fascinating to see the midnight sun, which is also a noticeable phenomenon observable, around the arctic areas of the Earth. In the summer, the sun does not set therefore who stays in this place of Norway can expect 24 hours daylight.
Of course, it is not only the natural attractions that Norway can offer the visitors, but also the local culture and the developed civilization can make even the kinky thus inattentive tourists amazed. Many of these are located in cities, of course, and most of them are concentrated in the capital city, Oslo.