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Honningsvåg at 70° 58' N, in Nordkapp municipality, claims to be the northernmost city in Norway and even in the world. It is situated at a bay on the southern side of Magerøya island, while the famous North Cape and its visitors center is on the northern side. It is a port of call for cruise ships, especially in the summer months. Honningsvåg Airport, Valan is located 4 km outside the town, with flights to mainly Tromsø.

Honningsvåg at 70° 58' N, in Nordkapp municipality, claims to be the northernmost city in Norway and even in the world. It is situated at a bay on the southern side of Magerøya island, while the famous North Cape and its visitors center is on the northern side. It is a port of call for cruise ships, especially in the summer months. Honningsvåg Airport, Valan is located 4 km outside the town, with flights to mainly Tromsø.

Bathing in sea, Skarhamn on island of Tjorn, Bohuslan, on West Coast of Sweden © Peter Adams

Bathing in sea, Skarhamn on island of Tjorn, Bohuslan, on West Coast of Sweden © Peter Adams

Tromsø city is the ninth largest urban area in Norway by population,[3] and the seventh largest city in Norway by population.[4] It is the largest city and the largest urban area in Northern Norway, and the second largest city and urban area north of the Arctic Circle and in Sápmi (following Murmansk). Most of Tromsø, including the city centre, is located on the small island of Tromsøya in the county of Troms, 350 kilometres (217 mi) north of the Arctic Circle.

Tromsø city is the ninth largest urban area in Norway by population,[3] and the seventh largest city in Norway by population.[4] It is the largest city and the largest urban area in Northern Norway, and the second largest city and urban area north of the Arctic Circle and in Sápmi (following Murmansk). Most of Tromsø, including the city centre, is located on the small island of Tromsøya in the county of Troms, 350 kilometres (217 mi) north of the Arctic Circle.

Norway’s Flam    On a recent cruise, our sail through the Sognefjord to the tiny village of Flam was the quintessential Norwegian fjords experience. High, lushly green hills, unblemished by development, rose steeply beside us and dipped right into placid waters. Flam itself, with its boldly colored houses, is pleasantly picturesque, but the reason to visit is its famous railway, which winds up a massive mountain via narrow switches and steep inclines, passing waterfalls all along the way.

Norway’s Flam On a recent cruise, our sail through the Sognefjord to the tiny village of Flam was the quintessential Norwegian fjords experience. High, lushly green hills, unblemished by development, rose steeply beside us and dipped right into placid waters. Flam itself, with its boldly colored houses, is pleasantly picturesque, but the reason to visit is its famous railway, which winds up a massive mountain via narrow switches and steep inclines, passing waterfalls all along the way.

Geiranger is a small tourist village in the western part of Norway. It lies at the head of the Geirangerfjord. The nearest city is Ålesund. Geiranger is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the world, and has been named the best travel destination in Scandinavia by Lonely Planet. Since 2005, the Geirangerfjord has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This third biggest cruise ship port receives 140 to 180 ships during the four-month tourist season. Several hundred thousand…

Geiranger is a small tourist village in the western part of Norway. It lies at the head of the Geirangerfjord. The nearest city is Ålesund. Geiranger is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the world, and has been named the best travel destination in Scandinavia by Lonely Planet. Since 2005, the Geirangerfjord has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This third biggest cruise ship port receives 140 to 180 ships during the four-month tourist season. Several hundred thousand…

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