If you go down in the woods around Oslo, you're sure of a futuristic surprise.
Stavanger's fishy bounty has been surpassed by oil – and lots of it.
Tromso is famous for the Northern Lights but beneath its waters lies a WWII tomb.
A cosy fisherman's cabin and Scandi-sensible clothing will tame the meanest winter in this fairytale northern landscape.
Proud modern-day Vikings, the Lofoten Islanders make millions from cod and their cows give so much milk they have to wear bras.
Mythical creatures must surely inhabit the forests and river glens in this delightful part of Norway.
Melbourne-born Percy Grainger held a lifelong enchantment with composer Edvard Grieg's music and the interest was reciprocated.