Norway is one of those countries that people tend to avoid because it’s so expensive, but that’s a real shame because it’s a beautiful place. It’s true that things do cost a lot out there and even the most money conscious travellers will struggle to do it on a budget. But it’s worth saving up a bit of money for a trip to Norway if you can because there are so many amazing things to see and do out there, and the locals are very friendly and welcoming. These are some of the best things to do on a trip to Norway.
I sat on the edge of the rock with my legs hanging freely in the cool air with a 700 metre drop below. Was I scared of falling? No! But was I able to sit a while and take in the surrounding landscape; the beautiful ice capped mountains and the lake below. No. As I was not sitting on the edge of any rock looking at the amazing view. I was on Trolltunga and there was a queue of at least 20 people eager to get a photo on this iconic rock formation.