Viking culture, royal palaces, musk ox safaris, snowmobiling and more are just one click away with the last minute holiday homes in Norway. You can spend a cultural vacation in a city, for example in the nation's capital, Oslo. You can visit here a number of museums centered around the seafaring tradition of the country including the Viking Ship Museum, Fram Museum and Kon-Tiki Museum, or launch your own seafaring adventure with a day trip to Jan Mayen Island, home to the Beerenberg volcano, or a kayaking or deep sea fishing expedition. Of course a vacation in Norway is about more than just the sea, and our pet-friendly last minute holiday homes in Norway make the perfect base for an active snowmobile safari, horseback riding
adventure, winter ski break or cycling holiday. And after an adventurous day outdoors, our last minute holiday homes with sauna in Norway are the perfect solution for a relaxing evening with family or friends. Take the chill out of your next holiday and book today!
Untamed adventure during your holiday
You can enjoy an Arctic adventure and hitch up the dog team and set off from Longyearbyen and explore the archipelago of Svalbard, first used as a whaling station in the 17th century, or enjoy a hiking adventure near Grodas, a popular and scenic tourist destination in Norway. Nearby Lake Hornindalsvatnet, the deepest lake in Europe, you will find plenty of natural beauty as well as a long distance marathon in July. In winter, Lillehammer, or other famous ski resorts like Hemsedal and Trysil, are perfect for a winter break in Norway. Of course with a last minute holiday home near a glacier, such as Folgefonna, you can enjoy skiing even in summer, not to
mention ice-climbing. Bring your pet along and explore the wonderful nature. On a lake or fjord you can pursue activities like sea kayaking and fishing. Try something different this year. Book one of the last minute holiday homes in Norway now!
Nature and culture in Norway
When you've tired of sledging through the backwoods of Norway, head to the civilized world of wonderful cities like Oslo. Here you can savor a fantastic green holiday in Bygdoy, called the "Museum Peninsula of Oslo", or enjoy walking in Frogner Park, the largest park in Oslo. The rustic Norwegian villages and towns on a fjord allows you to combine a cultural holiday with an active holiday in Norway kayaking in Naeroyfjord or steaming along on an adventurous passage aboard the Flam Railway, the steepest unassisted railway climb in the world. Don't let any more time pass by without booking one of the last minute holiday homes in Norway. Book yours today and set your sights on a wonderful Scandinavian holiday!