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Visiting History when on a Norway Holiday
Norway may not be the usual destination for most tourists who go to Europe but it does provide people with one of the best sights in the world. But unlike Italy and France, which mostly attracts tourists that are more into city tours and shopping trips, visitors in Norway are more of the nature-tripping kind and those who are not on a holiday to rest and walk but to engage in different sporting activities. Still, the country is not without a rich history. In fact, there are a lot of areas in the country that have been preserved until the present day. So those interested in history, whether in the past or in more recent times, will also enjoy in Norway.
Parks to visit when on a Norway Holiday
Among the many tourist attractions in Norway, their parks in Oslo stand out, with its rich history and lush greeneries. One of the most famous, if not the most famous, is the Vigeland Park. With 80 acres of land, the park is the largest in the city. But this is not what makes the park so special. Spread across the huge park is more than 212 sculptures made of bronze and granite. All the sculptures were created by famous Norwegian artist and sculptor Gustav Vigeland, hence the name of the park.
A Norway Holiday, Enjoying Cultural Events and Festivities
Traveling to a country is amazing enough but finding the right time to enjoy the rich cultural heritage and various festivities that the country has to offer can make your vacation nearest to perfection. Enjoying cultural events and festivities in a Norway holiday should be the target of all tourists who are planning to visit the country. The land of the midnight sun has a rich history and culture to offer especially to those who are itching to experience the country’s flavor and to adventure seekers alike.