Our Widerøe employees with local knowledge are adamant that Western Norway is the best destination. They are therefore keen to share their top tips for why you should visit their home towns during the summer holidays.
It is difficult not to be fascinated by the architecture of Ålesund, says Widerøe employee Katrin Vasset Hoel. The City of Art Nouveau has been voted as the most beautiful town in Norway.
When Bergen resident and Widerøe employee Jørgen F. Eriksson gives his tips on what to do in Bergen this summer, he has a perfect mix of cultural heritage, formidable views and exciting dining experiences!
Sogndal offers a veritable feast of mountain peaks, glaciers, climbing routes, bike rides and other mountain activities. Nowhere beats it, thinks Widerøe employee Wenche Navarsete.
Widerøe employee Arild Steinholm has no doubts about his recommendation: Florø, the westernmost town in Norway, is the place to visit if you are looking for water sports!
Widerøe employee Kristin Hammersvik Johme cannot wait to put on her hiking boots when she visits her childhood town of Førde.
In this area no mountain trail is crowded. In fact, there are plenty of opportunities for hiking from Ørsta and Volda, assures Wideroe’s Heidi Regine Brandal.
Fishing, canoeing, cycling, or hiking? Or perhaps enjoying the view and enjoying local flavours in historic surroundings? Widerøe employee Torill Rygg Eide finds it easy to recommend her home town of Sandane!
Widerøe employee Kariann Frostad only gets more and more fond of Molde. The roses, jazz and the many hundreds of mountain peaks are to blame.
Close to nightlife, Preikestolen, festivals and an exotic surprise… For Widerøe employee Elisabeth Skram Gil it’s easy to recommend her home city of Stavanger for a summer visit!