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Kongsvinger

Kongsvinger Tourist information at the station

Visit Kongsvinger Touristinformation for information about attractions, acitivities and accomdation in the region in addition to taylor made package de...

Flekkefjord

Flekkefjord Tourist Info

The tourist info is open year round and is located right by the Dutch quarter.

Valle

Valle Tourist Office

Get more out of your holiday with good advice! - Great selection of brochures from the entire region. - Computer with Internet access available free o...

Gamle Fredrikstad

Fredrikstad Tourist Office

Fredrikstad Tourist Information is located in the heart of the Fortified Town, by the Kings square. We are always happy to give you suggestions on how...

Bygland

Tourist Information - Bygland

The Bygland Tourist Information is located on the premises of the glassblowers' workshop Glashytta, by the main road Rv 9 just south of Bygland. Close...

Kinsarvik

Kinsarvik Tourist Office

The Tourist Office in Kinsarvik is open all year. It is located in a white wooden house, opposite the ferry dock. The Tourist Office has information ab...

Løkken Verk

Orkla Industrial Museum

Orkla Industrial Museum is situated in Løkken center, here you will find exhibits of mining operations and Thamshavnbanen. Through models, posters,...

Borhaug

Lista Lighthouse & Information centre

The 34 meter tall stone tower was lit for the first time on the 10th of November 1836. Follow the 134 steps to the top and enjoy the fantastic view of...

Tingvatn

Tingvatn park and visitor centre

Tingvatn historical park and visitor center consists of large display centre, café, museum shop and a tour desk. Explore the mysterious ancient stones in the outer area of the park.

Bøstad

Lofotr Viking Museum

An impressive reconstruction of the largest house that has been found dating back to the Viking Age.
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