Best time to go to Norway
Like many countries in Northern Europe, Norway has long summer days, with the sun setting around 11pm. On the west coast, which opens out onto the North Sea, temperatures rarely get above the mid-20s, and tend to sit at around 15°C from June to August. This region also sees its fair amount of rain – May has the least, with an average of 10 wet days in the month, while September is one of the wettest with over 19. If you’re coming to see the fjords, the best time is during spring, when the fruit trees are blossoming and are full of colour.