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Traditional Life in Norway

Locals in northern Norway are slow to change, clinging to a deep reverence for their Artic surroundings.

Recording Reykjavik and Oslo

On a fact-finding mission to Reykjavik and Oslo, Scott Spencer takes note of every detail—and confronts the darkness at the heart of his story

Top New Landmarks

We asked you to vote on the skyscrapers, museums, and parks you love, and brag about where you've visited. Here are the results for T+L’s...

Norway’s New Opera House

A new waterfront landmark opera house is poised to put Oslo on the world stage.

Buy A Volvo, Get a Free Vacation!

Impulse buyers rejoice! Swedish car company-turned-Ford-subsidiary, Volvo, is offering a heavily discounted trip to Sweden with a purchase of a new car (just in case...

World's Highest Gas Prices

Talk about pain at the pump—filling your gas tank in these countries can top $150.

World's Top New Buildings

T+L readers anoint the latest crop of must-see skyscrapers, stadiums, and museums around the globe.

World's Eeriest Abandoned Places

Sunken villages, derelict amusement parks, and vacant mental hospitals are just a few abandoned places with creepy appeal.

T+L's Definitive Guide to Adventure Travel

Choosing that next great trip into the outdoors means knowing what kind of adventure travel you're after—and finding the right outfitter to match. T+L lends...

World's Ugliest Public Art

You can’t hide from these public art monstrosities, whether wandering Prague or Denver International Airport.
HOTELS

Radisson Blu Hotel Nydalen

In a country where “south of the border” means below the Arctic Circle, there’s a hotel with a surprising Latin flavor, the Radisson SAS Hotel Nydalen. Urban rooms have a... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Bagatelle

The restaurant Bagatelle announces itself as something different for Oslo. Andreas Gursky’s photograph Mayday IV (2000) dominates the dining room. The Michelin-starred spot opened in 1982 but is... more ›


ACTIVITIES

National Opera House

With its sloping white-marble roof and delicate glass façade, Oslo’s National Opera House is a grand architectural statement—planting a flag for high culture on the Oslo... more ›


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