Norway stretches over 385 km, most of which are covered by glacial mountains and rare northern life such as polar bears and orca whales. Outdoor life is a fundamental part of Norwegian culture. There are fjords everywhere in Norway, created when the ice from the last Ice Age cut through the tall mountains. It is almost impossible to visit without seeing a fjord, unless you decide to stay exclusively along the eastern border. Many of them are just begging to be explored through hiking, kayaking, sailing, diving or camping.
You can also find charming architecture, interesting venues and museums. The least not being the Museum of the Viking Age in Oslo.