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From the airport:
The bus runs from the airport to the city after the baggage has been delivered from passenger aircraft. The bus stops at several hotels in Longyearbyen, you can tell the bus driver where to stay.
To the airport:
SAS Flight: Bus starts from the New
(SK 4425 2:45 p.m.): 13:00
Norwegian Flight: Bus starts from the New
(DY 397 departing 1:05 p.m.) 11:00
(DY 397 departing 1:35 p.m.) 11:30
A luxurious Katamaran (45 foot Lagoon Sailingyacht, flybridge, two Saloons) will serve as accomodation for the 3 days. With departure from Tromsø, you will sail to the fascinating Alparea, the Lyngenalps.
On this wonderful self-drive trip see the peaked mountains and tranquil fjords of northern Norway as they form a stunning backdrop to an already perfect setting of isles, inlets and quaint fishing villages. The Arctic light here is forever changing from burning red at dusk and dawn to the beautiful blue of polar night. And once skies are dark, the northern lights have a chance to take over.
Nov to Apr 6 nights.
Departures:November to April. Duration:7 nights. Price:from £1,599
This multi-centre holiday combines hotel stays with coastal cruising. Finnmark is a wild and wonderful area of northern Norway which boasts spectacular scenery, from rugged island seascapes to vast mountain plateaus. This coastal adventure starts in Tromso and takes you up to the top end of mainland Europe, throughout which endless skies giving ample opportunities for aurora sightings from land or whilst at sea.
Nov to Apr 7 nights.
MS Strønstad is a spacious, practical and sturdy boat, suitable for
versatile missions along the Norwegian coast.
Andørja Adventures has 18 boats available to their customers, 4 Arvor 215 and 12 alubåter 19 feet by 60 horse motor....
Avinor AS is a Norwegian state-owned company, and the largest owner of airports. The company operates 46 airports, 12 of which are owned by the militar...
Travel from Oslo through the Gudbrandsdal valley by train, and board Hurtigruten in Trondheim, for a northbound voyage along the rugged coastline to the Arctic Capital of Tromsø.