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Ålesund

The Art Nouveau Centre & the Art Museum KUBE

The Art Nouveau Centre in Ålesund documents the town's unique architectural history with the establishment of Art Nouveau architecture. Experience the...

Sykkylven

Furniture Museum

Sykkylven is world known for its many furniture factories and a great part of the inhabitants live from making furniture for customers throughout the...

Harstad

Harstad Tourist Office

Visit us at the tourist office for further information. We have lots of suggestions for hiking, activities, attractions and sights.

Flåm

Visit Flåm

Welcome to Flåm - the best Norway can offer you ! Flam is nearer than you think. Experience some of the most dramatic contrasts between fjord and mou...

Trondheim

Visit Trondheim - Tourist Information

Why not begin your stay with a visit to the Tourist Information Office? You’ll find the city information centre at Nordre gate 11, in the middle of a...

Vinje

Åmot Tourist Office

Summer time tourist information at Tenestetorget in the local council building in Åmot. Open 20.06-20.08: Mon-Fri 08.00-15.30....

Haugesund

Haugesund Tourist Information

We are located at Bytunet at the north end of the pedestrian street. The city has approximately 30.000 inhabitants and is a regional centre with a dive...

Edland

Tourist Office Haukeli/Vågslid/Haukeli

Summer open tourist information/all-year open booking office at Arbuvoll Fjellbutikk in Vågslid (between Haukeli and Haukeliseter by the road E 134 in...

Holmsbu

Holmsbu Harbour and Tourist Office

Welcome to Hurumhalvøya- Hurum peninsular! We can advice you about what to do and see. For more information: www.hurumhalvoya.no...

Mandal

Lindesnesregionen Tourist Office

Welcome to the southernmost point of Norway!  The regionen includes the five municipalities Mandal, Lindesnes, Marnardal, Audnedal and Aaseral.
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