Destination expert Fred Mawer calls Norway “Europe’s most beautiful country” in an article in the British paper The Telegraph on 3 August 2017.
He and his family was on a four-night journey with Hurtigruten, from Tromsø down the Norwegian coast to Bergen. He points out, however, that the voyage was a sedate experience and that a grown-up atmosphere prevailed on board. Even some of the offerings, such as lectures on Ibsen and Grieg, were too highbrow for him during a holiday.
Related: Hurtigruten (The Express Route)
That said, when he claims that Norway is Europe’s most beautiful country, we believe the family’s Norwegian coastal experience, wasn’t a complete waste of time.
Related: Coastal Norway – Wild and Beautiful
The areas he describes with images in his Telegraph article are the following (all photos in this presentation by courtesy of Visit Norway):
The jagged peaks of the Lofoten archipelago:
The island of Kvaløya near Tromso:
Lofoten is a pipular destination:
Hurtigruten at Trollfjord:
“As a contrast to life at sea, add a few nights to the end of your trip in Bergen, a lively and family-friendly place to stay,” says Fred Mawer.
Norway – Europe’s Most Beautiful Country, written by Admin