When in Norway, don't miss out on the delicious food, beautiful scenery, and unforgettable moments.
Due to its geographical location, Norway, known as the "Kingdom of Fjords", has countless fjords of all sizes. Among them, the Sognefjord is the largest and the longest and deepest fjord in the world, with a total length of 204 kilometers. You can enjoy the fjords by taking a boat or a train through waterfalls, and experience a visual impact.
Salmon 🍣 is a must-try delicacy when visiting Norway, without a doubt. Due to the clear water, it produces abundant salmon and various seafood. In addition to enjoying fresh food, locals also pickle some of it and serve it with sour cream. Although it may lack the fresh tenderness when eaten, the combination of sour and sweet from the sour cream and the salty taste from pickling creates a unique flavor.
Vigeland Sculpture Park. Walking into the park, you will be immediately attracted by the lifelike sculptures. They are all works carved by Master Vigeland himself for more than 20 years, and we sincerely admire the delicacy and skill of his heart and hands. There are 192 sculptures in the park, with a total of 650 character statues. Each sculpture has a theme, and although there are many, the layout is reasonable and pleasing to the eye.
Oslo City Hall, the economic center of the capital Oslo and the venue for the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony.
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