A Weekend in Bergen, Norway

Situated on the Norwegians west coast surrounded by seven mountains you’ll find Bergen, the second-most populous city in Norway, and one of the rainiest cities in Europe. A weekend in November we flew with Norwegian from Oslo to Bergen, It was such a short flight, and it felt a bit weird. We’re not used to […]

Ekeberg Park – One of the Best Sculpture Parks in the World

This month The Wall Street Journal published an article about the five best sculpture parks in the world, and we got to know that one of them is in Oslo, Norway: Ekeberg Park. It’s quite embarrassing to admit but we did not know this park existed! We live not too far away so we decided […]

4th of July in Lillestrøm, Norway

The Independence Day in US means beaches, fireworks and other 4th of July events, but what most people don’t know is that a city in Norway host this 4th of July celebration where over 3000 AmCars enters the streets, it’s time for one of Europe’s largest amcar cruising; the annual amcar parade in Lillestrøm.   […]

Scuba divers

We just want to write about an item on our bucket list, so here it comes: It was the day in Mexico in 2012 when we were snuba diving in a cenote that we decided that we had to get the diving license. It was this feeling, it’s hard to describe, but.. yeah, you can […]

North Europe’s largest inland delta

With its more than 6oo kilometer the ‘Glomma’ is Norway’s longest and largest river.  Upon entering Lake Øyeren at Fetsund, the Glomma has formed North Europe’s largest inland delta. M/S Øyeren arranges evening- and party cruise, sightseeing from Lillestrøm to Fetsund Lenser’s lumber museum, and also a 1,5 hour long sightseeing trip from Fetsund Lenser’s lumber museum to explore and experience […]

The Vigeland Park – A Taste Of Oslo

The Vigeland Park in Oslo is one of Norway’s most popular tourist attractions, and is the world’s largest sculpture park made by a single artist (Gustav Vigeland). It is open 24/7 all year round, and the entrance is free.     The park has more than 200 sculptures in bronze, granite and wrought iron.   […]