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Røros

Rammkjellarn

Rammkjellarn Photo: Kim Ramberghaug
Rammkjellarn Photo: Kim Ramberghaug

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One of the few cellars in Røros that is open to the public. Lively, cosy and friendly, with its own brewery. Open every Friday/Saturday and on request.

Green travel

Rammkjellarn has obtained certification for their environmental efforts by:

Eco-lighthouse Environmental certification of private and public enterprises, also tourism Green travel

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  • Pubs & Bars Pubs & Bars

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    • eco-lighthouse
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Rammkjellarn - Photo: Kim Ramberghaug

Rammkjellarn

One of the few cellars in Røros that is open to the public. Lively, cosy and friendly, with its own brewery. Open every Friday/Saturday and on request....

Rammkjellarn

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Getting to Røros and around

Situated in the middle of Norway, Røros is easily reached from Oslo and Trondheim. Røros Airport is in walking distance from the centre of Røros.

Tourist information in Røros

There tourist information office for the Røros area can help you with advice on where to stay, what to do, and how to get there, among other things.

Where to stay in Røros

Stay in unique buildings in the old mining town of Røros, protected as parts of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Key facts about Røros

The Forollhogna and Femundsmarka National Parks form a framework around one of Norway’s most exciting areas of natural and cultural history.

Shopping in Røros

The village centre hosts a thriving arts and crafts community, workshops with outlets, quaint, little boutiques and good cafés and restaurants.

Dining in Røros

The Røros region has been leading in Norway on developing local food, and you may find locally produced meat and fish, as well as herbs and cheeses.
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