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Gjøvik is home to one of Norway’s most exciting industrial adventures, which began as early as 1832. Mustad has manufactured a wide range of products through the years. By visiting Mustad’s exciting industrial museumyou will gain a fascinating insight into the production of these goods.
Your main supplier in Lofoten when it comes to courses, conferences, seminars, themed trips, group trips, activities and experiences - all year round!...
Enjoy a truly great meal based on fresh ingredients from the sea, while you enjoy the unique view of this ancient harbour in Henningsvær.
Gjetbergsvollen is a restaurant located on the mountain plateau near Røros, with dining areas for over 200 guests. Enjoy Gjetbergsvollen dining table,...
From Vårlivarden, 386 m, you have a panorama in all directions, overlooking mixed woodlands and deciduous forest contrasting with open areas.
The forest region Østmarka in eastern Oslo covers 256 km2.
Østmarka is different from the other forest around Oslo, mainly because of bedrock format...
Ryvarden was built in 1849 and lies by the sea. After the lighthouse became automatic in 1984, the buildings have been used as a cultural centre. Here...
You can start the trip in the centre of Torpo, but it's quite steep until you reach the toll road. To avoid the climb, you can start at the toll bar...
Fjære Church is an impressive stone building.
Norway’s very first cable-pull used for water skiing and wake boarding activities. Bring your friends and family along for a fun-filled and unforgettable day on the water.