For decades, the North Cape has been attracting visitors from all over the world. It is often wrongly referred as the northernmost point of Europe, which is actually Cape Nordkinn.
Nonetheless it is still a fascinating sightsseing point which is worth a trip. And you don’t even need to get a flight for visiting the North Cape. Thanks to its well-developed national and international street network, you want have trouble to get to Scandinavia by car or trailer.
On the way you will get to see many of the spectacular fjord landscapes Norway has to offer. The stunning surroundings give you a sense of the former glaciers’ massive force. Besides the classic sightseeing spots such as Tromsø and Trondheim you can also visit Trollstigen, a steep serpentine road which belongs to the “National Tourist Route” and spans over 100 km from Geiranger to Romsdal valley in the north of Norway.
Please inform about street conditions and road traffic regulations of Denmark, Sweden and Norway beforehand.
You should travel to the North Cape between mid-May and late July in order to see the midnight sun. During this period, it will be visible for 24 hours a day. Therefore, there will be special offers for cruise ships.