NORWAY

Norway

Famous for its spruce trees – one of which is traditionally donated to England as the Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree each year – and for its coastal fjords (long, narrow inlets of water), all-inclusive holidays in Norway allow you to experience this iconic landscape for yourself. Holidaymakers get to see the aspects of Norway for which it is globally famous, but also the elements that are often overlooked, not to mention an opportunity to visit Norwegian Lapland and potentially meet Santa Claus in person.

There’s no denying the cold conditions in at least some parts of the country, and for many people cheap all-inclusive holidays to Norway are a chance to enjoy this snowy and icy landscape, as an alternative to the beach holidays you might take elsewhere. As the most westerly strip of the Scandinavian mainland, Norway has the long western coastline on the North Atlantic, giving it a rather more diverse landscape than neighbouring Sweden. In the extreme north, it falls within the Arctic Circle, and if you visit during the Arctic winter you can experience the eerie sensation of a sun that never climbs fully over the horizon – or by contrast, in the summer, a sun that never fully sets.

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As the most westerly strip of the Scandinavian mainland, Norway has the long western coastline on the North Atlantic, giving it a rather more diverse landscape than neighbouring Sweden.

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