Norway is considered to be one of the most perspective tourist destinations in Scandinavia today, and travel agencies working towards organizations and improvement of Norway tours expect the increase of tourist inflow into this country. There are a lot of things to see and to do in Norway. Beautiful landscapes with waterfalls, great rivers and lakes and, of course, world famous fiords are of great interest for many people. The abundance of various kinds of fish (loach, perch, trout, burbot, pike, sig, umber and other) in local rivers attracts a lot of fishermen to the country. They are offered various fishing tours, river fishing, sea fishing and fishing in fiords. The most popular sports and activities here are bicycle riding, skiing and downhill skiing, rafting and traveling to glaciers.
There are two types of Norway tours that are the most popular today. The first one offers to visit other Scandinavian capitals, and tourists get to see other countries as well, while the second one features traveling along Norwegian fiords. Although the first type of tours has been largely preferred by tourists at the moment, more and more travel agencies begin to offer more exotic fiord travels. Individual Norway tours are also available, and travel agents can put together a schedule taking into consideration all your personal preferences and interests.
Flights to Norway are convenient and well organized. The best flights are offered by SAS and Braathens SAFE. Local flights are serviced by SAS, Coast Air, Braathens SAFE, Wideroe Norsk Air and Teddy Air which have their representatives in different countries. The airlines infrastructure in Norway is highly developed, and there are 50 airports in this country, so traveling in Europe or trough Scandinavia you can get to Norway by airplane quickly and easily. Those who prefer other types of transportation can get here by train, by bus or by car.
Choosing an accommodation is not an easy job. Just as most other countries blessed with a lot of tourist destinations, Norway offers a wide choice of hotels, apartments and guest houses. There is a network of private euro hotels that are well-known for their excellent service and a variety of accommodation options. These Norway hotels are located in fiords, in mountains or along the seashore and offer excellent opportunities for active rest including hunting and fishing, mountain climbing, hiking and riding.
For instance, one of this euro hotels is Euro Heilhornet Gjestegard, situated in Bindal (Helgeland). The hotel has 22 suites and a sauna. Each suite is provided with everything necessary including a shower, a toilet, a TV and a telephone. There is a moorage where guests can rent boats. The restaurant overlooks the fiord. Here you will be invited to go fishing, rock climbing and skiing. Two other euro hotels, Alver Hotel (Bergen/ Alver) and Westland Hotel (Bergen / Lindas) are well suited for a close exploration of local nature and culture since they are located in a rural area. The second in size Norwegian city Bodo offers Hotel Euro Bodo, which is very well equipped for the organization of conferences and seminars. In the city you can visit the Museum of Norway Air Force and famous scientific center Saltstraumen where the 10,000 years old history is studied.
The Norway hotels mentioned above form just a small part of Norway euro hotels network that are scattered throughout the country. The main point is that all of them are excellent for ideal rest of their visitors. There great design and cozy rooms, perfect service and picturesque views they offer will make your stay in Norway unforgettable. Do not forget to take warm sports clothes and binoculars on your Norway tours but do not take food with you: bringing food into the country is prohibited by Norway customs.