The Seven Sisters
These ladies are definitely the stars of the show. Norway’s most famous cluster of waterfalls is located within the UNESCO-appointed Geirangerfjord. Its cascading waters resemble fine women’s hair — and right across from them is a single waterfall called ‘The Suitor’. According to legend, there was a suitor who tried to court seven sisters, but to no avail, and so all of them died unmarried. Whether or not there’s a kernel of truth to the legend, the waterfalls make for a spectacular view and they’re best admired while cruising the fjord.