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Trondenes Historical Centre - a millennium presented in original objects, as well as sounds and smell. The exhibition takes you through the history of Harstad over the last 1000 years, with a main emphasis on the Viking Age.
A mountain hike with fantastic views to the north, south and east.
The only completely preserved herring oil factory from the early 1900s in Norway.
A mountain hike where there is a “gapahuk” (rustic shelter) with a fireplace at Musvannet.
Set amongst some of Norway's most spectacular scenery, deep inside the Arctic Circle and around three hours from the city of Tromsø, Lyngen Lodge offers guests a truly remarkable location from which to see the Aurora Borealis.
Norway's Lofoten Islands, deep inside the Arctic Circle, are without doubt one of the most beautiful archipelagos in the world and a photographers dream. During the winter months the Lofoten Islands are also one of the best places to see aurora borealis, also known as the northern lights.
Tromsø is situated right in the centre of the Northern Lights zone and is, therefore, among the best places on earth to observe this natural phenomenon.
Go in search of the northern lights from land and sea as you explore the Finnmark region of Northern Norway, a land of vast mountain plateaus and rugged island seascapes - and among the best places on earth to see the aurora.
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Travel on our direct flight high over the Arctic Circle to Northern Norway’s Vesterålen archipelago where by day you will experience unique and exclusive insights into Arctic wildlife and island living and each night you will take part in guided searches for the bewitching spectacle of the northern lights.
Imposing and solid, Lundbrygga lies in the center of Sjøvegan. Located on the site of an older pier, it was built sometime after World War I and before World War II.