Live out your Winter Olympic fantasies with a ride on this, Scandinavia's only bobsleigh course. Located just outside Lillehammer, it offers various options to cater for all levels of daring, but be warned - with speeds of up to 75mph and forces of up to 5G, the 4-man taxibob option is not for the fainthearted!
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This revamped shipyard is now an Oslo cultural hub, and a favourite hangout for locals and tourists alike. Admire the views as you stroll along the scenic seafront promenade, browsing the shops or stopping to sample some local delights at one of the many waterfront restaurants.
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Norway's national dish is a succulent stew of lamb, simmered low and slow with cabbage with peppercorns. Served with a side of potatoes, it's proper rib-sticking stuff for the coldest of days.
This wafer thin rolled cake is one of Norway's best-loved desserts. Served filled with cream and dusted with sugar, it's definitely one for all the sweet-tooths out there!
This traditional western Norwegian delicacy is not for the weak of stomach. It consists of a cured sheep's head, boiled and served halved with potatoes and mashed rutabaga (a turnip-like root vegetable).
This Norwegian dish is made from tørrfisk, wind-dried white fish that has been reconstituted in water over a period of several days. It's then steamed or baked and served with potatoes, mashed peas and bacon, and though the gelatinous texture is unusual it's considered a national delicacy. Your only option is to get stuck right in.
These delicious Norwegian meatballs are made of minced beef flavoured with spices. Served with mashed potato, mushy peas and plenty of gravy or cream sauce, they're a real Norway food must-try.