Norway is a country of Mountains, Fjords and Glaciers. During the Ice age both the Ice and the Rivers carved deep Valleys in the Rocks. As the climate changed most of the Ice melted, and the Valleys were gradually filled with Salt water from the Coast, thus creating the Fjords. Not all of the Ice melted, leaving parts of the high mountain areas still covered with Ice, thus creating the Glaciers we know today.
The two main gateways for arriving into Norway by air is either Oslo or Bergen. If your main purpose for visiting Norway is to see the most spectacular parts of the country – including the World famous Norwegian fjords – we strongly recommend choosing Bergen as entry point, even if your ticket costs will be a little more than if flying to Oslo.