Gluten Free Norway

Whether you're intrigued by Norway, land of beautiful fjords...or Stockholm, Sweden, the "Venice of the North"...or the town of Copenhagen, Denmark, situated on a series of islands, Scandinavia has something for everyone. I remember visiting the Scandinavian capitals with my family when I was in college. It was the summer, and enjoying daylight up to 11 pm made quite and impression on me! It's a part of Europe that doesn't get talked about as much as, say, Italy, England, or France, but there is so much rich history in each of these countries, along with unrivaled natural beauty. Now, thanks again to gluten free travel specialist Ellen Morse of Gluten Free Travel-Us, you can safely travel gluten free in these countries, all while staying in 4-star hotels she and her local Scandinavian travel partners have vetted. You'll also be provided with a list of restaurants for gluten free dining for any meals that are not pre-arranged as part of the trip. You will not have to "go it alone" figuring out where you can safely dine! And, of course, your traveling companions will have the choice of whether to eat gluten free or not. You are not locked in to... Read more →


Travelers these days are looking for different and unique experiences. With so much turmoil affecting traditionally popular travel destinations right now, people are thinking "outside-the-box." One destination worth considering -- even in the winter months, or ESPECIALLY in the winter months -- is northern Norway and the Arctic. Yes, according to Ellen Morse of Gluten Free Travel-Us, this is a very popular spot from mid-October through late March for viewing the Northern Lights (Aurora Borealis). In fact, Northern Norway, above the Arctic Circle, is one of the best places in the world to observe this phenomenon. This area is also free of "light pollution," providing an ideal viewing experience. Because of the long periods of darkness and the frequency of clear nights, winter is the best time for a visit. Ellen has recently worked with a local travel company in Norway to make this fantastic travel opportunity available to her gluten free clients. Her suggested itinerary comprises a 5-night journey, in which you will stay in two different hotels, each vetted for its ability to provide safe, gluten free meals for its guests. The two places you will visit are Tromso, known as the "Gateway to the Arctic," and Senja... Read more →