For winter romance in Norway

For winter romance in Norway

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You are mistaken if you think that a romantic mood can only be achieved under palm trees and listening to the rustling of warm waves. You can turn up the thrill to the maximum by going on a winter adventure to Norway.

For winter romance in Norway

You are mistaken if you think that a romantic mood can only be achieved under palm trees and listening to the rustling of warm waves. You can maximize the thrill by going on a winter adventure to Norway.


For example, spend an unforgettable night in an ice hotel in Kirkenes. The temperature here is maintained at four degrees below zero, and the sparkling bed of ice is covered with fluffy reindeer skins. Before heading to your snowy room, you can go dog sledding, warm up in the sauna and make a wish under the northern lights. The best souvenir from such a trip may be the birth of a son in nine months - jokes aside, tourists from Japan and China come here for this very reason!


To really surprise your other half, you should take her to the ends of the world - namely to Spitsbergen , or Svalbard, as the Norwegians say. Such exoticism can be found in few places. It's worth spending the night at the Basecamp camp hotel: its rooms are decorated with seal skins, coal seams and wood washed ashore. Despite the fact that the hotel literally stands at the end of the world, next to it is the magnificent Huset restaurant, where, in addition to delicious dishes, you will find almost the richest wine list in Scandinavia. And don't be afraid of polar bears - nothing will happen to you unless you take a selfie with them.


Do you want a holiday on the islands? Please! Lofoten has recently become the calling card of the North Norway. But it’s worth going here not only in summer. In winter, real magic reigns here. For example, in the small village of Skruva, where no more than two hundred inhabitants live permanently, you will be absorbed exclusively by each other, and also by the amazing landscapes. A mandatory part of the romantic program is a walk along Kjarlihetsstien (“path of love”). We recommend spending the night in a lighthouse, its beam cutting through the foggy distances. Its 24.5 meter high tower rises picturesquely among the traditional white houses of the local residents.


Norway simply exudes romance wherever you go! A descendant of the Vikings, the famous polar explorer Fridtjof Nansen said that “romance is necessary in life. It is she who gives a person divine strength to travel beyond the ordinary. This is a powerful spring in the human soul, pushing him to great achievements.” Discover the romantic in you and go on a trip to winter Norway!


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