Norway has unspoilt nature, modern accommodation and excellent meeting facilities. The largest conference centre, in Oslo, can host 12,000 delegates.
All Hurtigruten ships have comfortable panorama lounges, restaurants and high standard conference rooms for up to 200 people.
Whether it is for ten or two hundred participants, a stay on Hurtigruten always gives your conference that something extra.
Haugesund's hotels can accommodate 880 people. Alternative venues include an art gallery, a haunted salmon castle and a lighthouse close to nature.
Trondheim has one large conference centre that can house up to 3,000 people. Alternative venues include conference hotels and concert halls.
There are meeting venues for every occasion at the Conference Coast, including a whole conference village called the Oslofjord Convention Centre.
Alta has a meeting capacity of up to 2,000 delegates. Do business right under the northern lights or in the midnight sun.
An international congress city, Bergen has a long tradition as a meeting place, and can offer conference facilities for up to 2,100 delegates.
The largest conference hotel in Lillehammer can welcome up to 1,200 delegates, while Håkons Hall offers conference facilities for 2,000.
Tromsø has 14 hotels, most of which are located in the city centre. The largest events venue can accommodate 3,600 delegates.
Ålesund has nine hotels and conference capacity for up to 800 delegates. The aquarium makes an exciting setting for your reception.
Stavanger has 30 conference centres and hotels. One of Norway’s big conference and exhibition centres is located here. The maximum capacity is 5,000.
Oslo has six conference centres and two major exhibition halls. The maximum capacity in the largest hall is 6,000 people in cinema-style seating.
The large culture and conference centre in Røros can host 600 delegates. The town also has smaller venues suitable for a range of meetings.