This gem on the Norwegian coast has less than 600 inhabitants, but during summertime thousands of guests visit this idyllic village. There are cafes and shops, a sandy beach and several interesting art galleries in the old shrimp factory. Close to Nevlunghavn is Molen, a huge moraine from the glacial age with 14 huge Bronze Age and early Iron Age burial places made of rolling stones. The site is so striking, it is often used in fashion photo shoots. Also nearby is Norway's smallest town, Stavern, affectionately known as "The Dimple of Norway." Its charmingly quaint streets and wooden houses are still intact, and the town has been home to many of Norway's most well-known and celebrated artists including Herman Wildenvey and Jonas Lie and our very own Captain Dag Dvergastein.
Currency in Norway: Norwegian krone (NOK)