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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.

Nordkjosbotn

Vollan Gjestestue

The main part of the cafè is just as it was when the Germans had Vollan Gjestestue built during the war in 1943. Guri (Gudrun) Lydersen bought the pro...
3 course menu kr. 350-450

KVALØYA

Hiking with the Huskies - Tromsø Villmarkssenter

Our two greatest loves are huskies and the outdoor life, so experiencing nature with a faithful four-legged friend is the best combination of both.
Effort level
  • Easy

Risøyhamn

Andøy Friluftssenter

We wish you welcome to our kitchen and lavvu, where you can enjoy our farmhouse cuisine. With us you will always find the game of both fish and meat....
Prices from: NOK 45,- - NOK 585,-

Tromsø

Aunegården AS

Café in historic butchery dating from 1830
Price for one course: Ca. 200-400kr

Harstad

Hoelstuen

A taste of North Norwegian hospitality at its best.!
Price 3 courses: kr 500-700

Kvaløysletta

Snowshoeing and Aurora Trekking - Tromsø Villmarkssenter

Escape the city and go looking for the Aurora (Northern Lights) by snowshoes
Effort level
  • Easy

Lyngseidet

Dog Sledding in the Lyngen Alps - Tour in Lyngenalps

For a real Arctic adventure, it would be difficult to beat driving your own team of dogs in the untouched wilderness of the Lyngen Alps.

Harstad

Harstad Hiking Association

The association regulary organises day and weekend hikes in summer and winter.
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