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Module 08:
What is there to do in Norway?

In Norway, we see nature as a big playground for outdoor activities – a bit like a massive museum. But Norway is not just about nature, of course. There are plenty of cultural sights and events too, spread out all over the country, all year round.

In this module you will learn about the activities Norway has to offer visitors, from mountains to museums, from fjords to film. Let's dive in!

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Møre & Romsdal.
Photo: Sverre Hjørnevik

From cultural delights to natural wonders

One thing you will notice about Norway is that nature and culture are closely intertwined. Design, art and architecture are often heavily influenced by the surrounding landscapes, and nature is seen as a work of art in its own right.

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Interiour of The Norwegian Opera and Ballet, Oslo, Norway
Inside the Oslo Opera House.
Photo: Erik Berg
En gruppe mennesker på Trollstigen utsiktspunkt
Utsikt over Trollstigen.
Photo: Roger Ellingsen / Statens Vegvesen
To voksne og to barn på ski i Hemsedal
Alpint i Hemsedal.
Photo: Nils-Erik Bjørholt /

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“I’ve heard about a particularly scenic cycling route among fjords and mountains.” Which route is this client probably referring to?

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A client with an interest in art would also like some outdoor experiences while in Norway. Which of the following would you recommend?

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A group of people on a horseback riding tour crossing a river
Hallingskarvet, Geilo.
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