About Telemark, Nome, Sauherad, Skien, Tokke, Kviteseid, Notodden
Grenland offers a blend of urban life and culture and beautiful natural scenery in the county of Telemark, southern Norway.
The county of Telemark is known for its canal, old farms, the mountain region around Gaustatoppen and the friendly coastline outside Kragerø.
Vrådal lies in the midst of the county of Telemark, and can tempt you with spectacular mountains, lush forests and quiet lakes.
Telemark is a county offering costal towns and archipelago, waving hills, fjord country and mountain plateaus.
The tourist information offices in Telemark are at your service for trip planning and booking.
Grenland is the southeastern district of Telemark, made up of the municipalities of Skien, Porsgrunn, Siljan and Bamble.
The tourist information office in Skien will help you plan your trip and book accommodation and activities in the Grenland area.
Get tips of what to see and do in Vrådal and around.
Vrådal is a small village located in the municipality of Kviteseid, in the western part of Telemark. Kviteseid has around 2,500 inhabitants.
Kragerø lies furthest south in the county of Telemark. The town is home to some 11,000 residents.
The tourist information office is centrally located in the town centre.
Rjukan is an old center for industry and has approximately 3,000 inhabitants.
The village of Rauland is located at 700 to 1,100 metres above sea level and has approximately 1,000 inhabitants.
Rauland Tourist Office provides information and booking of activities, arrangements and accommodation in the regions of Rauland, Vinje and Haukeli.
The Kragerø Tourist Office is located in the old railway station in the centre of town. It helps visitors during the summer season.