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Lofoten Toy Museum, Sakrisøy

The rorbu cabins have been painstakingly restored. As much as possible of the old atmosphere has been retained, while at the same time, taking into...
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Bodø

Fly as much as you like with The Explore Norway Ticket

Unlimited flights for two weeks. Using Widerøe’s Explore Norway Ticket you can visit up to 43 destinations all over Norway. Visit famous destinations...
Prices from £300  per person for two weeks
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Ottestad

Atlungstad Brenneri (distillery)

Atlungstad Brenneri is one of four remaining distilleries in Norway, and the only historical distillery still in operation. At this beautiful location...
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Sistranda

Hotel Frøya

Would you like to experience real coast cultur, fresh air, the smell of seaweed and kelp, rain, wind and sun changing several times a day, and local...
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Markhus

Bungee jump and Zip-line

Visit Trolljuv Adrenalinpark for the most intense adrenalin rush of the summer; Trolljuv bridge is suspended between two dizzyingly high mountain-side...
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Stavern

Activity park Foldvik

Foldvik Family Park in Stavern is located 26 kilometer south of Sandefjord. Foldvik Family Park is an idyllic place, free from stress, hustle and...
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Lier

Asdøljuvet

Asdøljuvet is a canyon and is one of Lier`s most beautiful attractions. It is possible to do various spectacular excursions in the area....
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Ålen

Ålen village museum

Ålen village museum stands perched on the hillside to the south west of the centre of Ålen. It is an old farm property that now consists of twelve...
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Lier

The burial mounds at Huseby

The two burial mounds at Huseby is from the late Iron Age and is Norway's largest burial mounds. They are about 5 feet high and measuring between...
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