10 Good Reasons to Stay in Norway in the Spring
Spring time in Norway comes every March - May. This can be one of the best times to visit Norway and its majestic cities. Keep reading to discover why.
Norwegian Spring is when the weather permits you to explore and find adventure. In the spring, the daylight is the longest, so you have more hours of sunlight to discover your passions.
The possibilities are endless.
• Ski Touring: This is the first on the list because it’s everyone’s favorite. Spend all day skiing the slopes of the Lyngen Alps, Senja Island and mountains around Tromsø.
• Fjord Voyage: Set out to sea and enjoy the Fjords. With the sun setting later you will have a grand adventure.
• Fishing Trips: The fish in Norway are definitely biting in the spring. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to catch, and eat you own Norwegian catch onboard.
• Midnight sun: Experience this magic phenomena only in the Arctic Northern Norway from May 21 to July 21.
• Weekends on the Arctic: Explore more of the arctic over a whole weekend. Stay in an Arctic lodge and really get to know the locals without the threat of a snow storm.
• Cathedral Hopping: Norway is home to many cathedrals. Take the extra daylight to explore as many as you can in one or two days.
• Kon Tiki Museum: This Incredible destination showcases memorabilia from the famous voyage made by Thor Heyerdahl. Now that spring time gives you more daylight. You can spend even more time admiring the scientist and his accomplishments.
• Take a Train Journey: Norway’s 2000 miles of train tracks will take you around the country on a scenic adventure that you will never forget. See Norway in a new perspective that isn’t one dominated by snow and ice.
• Explore a Hurtigruten ferry ride: get to visit some of the lesser known places in Norway by taking a ferry ride. This can be a great way to do something unique.
• Travel safely along the Atlantic Ocean Road: This incredible 5 mile road will take you to fishing villages and ancient churches that you didn’t even know existed.