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Norsk Rakfiskfestival

Norsk Rakfiskfestival Photo: Cathrine Dokken Norsk Rakfiskfestival Photo: Julia Helgesen Norsk Rakfiskfestival Photo: G.N Norsk Rakfiskfestival Photo: IHB
Norsk Rakfiskfestival Photo: Cathrine Dokken
Norsk Rakfiskfestival Photo: Julia Helgesen
Norsk Rakfiskfestival Photo: G.N
Norsk Rakfiskfestival Photo: IHB

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The Norwegian Rakfisk Festival aims to focus on Norwegian food traditions, especially «rakfisk», which is semi-fermented trout. The festival draws more than 25.000 people to Fagernes every year and is, by far, the largest festival in the region and one of the largest food festivals in Norway. Local rakfisk producers as well as producers of many other local products and handicrafts turn the streets into one big marketplace with more than 100 small outlets where you can sample and buy their products. In the evening there are  concerts and dancing until the late hours. Welcome!

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Event details

Where:Fagernes
10/30/2014 - 11/2/2014
Thu, Fri, Sat and Sun

Transportation


Car E16 - Fagernes Aeroplane www.fagernesairport.com Bus www.valdresekspressen.no - www.jvb.no
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Norsk Rakfiskfestival

The Norwegian Rakfisk Festival aims to focus on Norwegian food traditions, especially «rakfisk», which is semi-fermented trout. The festival draws...

Norsk Rakfiskfestival

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