I’ve been to Norway eight times (Hello, my name is Leif!), but only once in winter which, I won’t sugarcoat it, kinda sucked.
Norway is indisputably at its best in summer, all sunny and postcard photo opportunities no matter where you point a camera, though if you wanna satisfy one of the world’s most popular bucket list items, viewing the northern lights, you need to visit Norway in “late autumn and winter/early spring,” according to visitnorway.com.
If intentionally submitting yourself to poor weather is a prohibitive obstacle (I don’t blame you), just feast your eyes on this gorgeous video produced for Visit Norway by Arctic Light Photo, who are, as it so happens, based in Norway.
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