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Bardu

Polar Park

The world’s northernmost wildlife park. Meet bears, wolves, lynx, wolverines, polar foxes, moose, red deer, reindeer and muskoxen.

Tromsø

Brasserie 69grader Nord

69° N Brasserie is a new restaurant in Tromsø. What could fit better than a brasserie in the centre of a city known as the “Paris of the North”?

Harstad

Gangsåstoppen

A mountain hike with fantastic views across the city of Harstad.

Harstad

Røkenes Gård og Gjestehus - diners

Culture and history together with traditional food inspired by the continental kitchen.

Tromsø

Compagniet Restauration

Tromsø’s oldest restaurant located in an old merchant house from 1837. The building hides the secret why this city is called “Paris of the north”. Visit us for a gourmet dinner in a historic and cosy atmosphere.

Vega

Vega Havhotell

The food served at Vega Havhotell is inspired by Vega, and of the Mediterranean. Use of local ingredients are an essential part, in which herbs and flo...
Price for 2 courses: 200-400 NOK

Svolvær

Børsen Spiseri

Børsen spiseri is located in Svolvær in Lofoten and is decorated in an old warehouse from 1828. There is great emphasis on preserving the original fee...
Price for 3 courses: Under 400

Ramberg

Restaurant Ramberg Gjestegård

Ramberg Gjestegård AS On the outer side of the Lofoten archipelago, with a gorgeous view of the great ocean and a kilometer-long sandy beach, the rest...

KIRKENES

Riverboat along the Norwegian-Russian border

Bus from Kirkenes to Svanvik, around 40 kilometres guided trip. Here will we meet the river of Pasvik witch is the borderline between Norway and Russia.
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