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Read more: Open at Ertehytta (sport cabin)

Tistedal

Open at Ertehytta (sport cabin)

Come out in the nature and get lots of fresh air. Sales of drinks and food....
Read more: Open at the Ormtjernhytta (sport cabin)

Tistedal

Open at the Ormtjernhytta (sport cabin)

Bring your family out in the nature In the cottage you can get drinks and cookies...
Read more: Vertshuset Curtisen

Halden

Vertshuset Curtisen

In the inner parts of Fredriksten fortress we find Vertshuset Curtisen, a small restaurant (46 seats) with a fantastic kitchen on historic ground....
Price for 5 courses: Ca NOK 1400
Read more: Herregårdskaféen - Rød Herregård Photo: Halden Turist

Halden

Herregårdskaféen - Rød Herregård

Intimate premises in fantastic surroundings at Rød Manor. Homemade meals and cookies. In summertime, May - October open between noon until 4 pm...
Read more: Rent a bicycle - Gilstedt Sykkel og Motor AS

Halden

Rent a bicycle - Gilstedt Sykkel og Motor AS

Gilstedt Sykkel og Motor AS offers bicycles for renting. Prices:  One day: 125,- A weekend: 375,- One week: 625,- The bicycles are unisex and...
Read more: The Coastal Path

Halden

The Coastal Path

The Coastal Path in Halden follows the Iddefjord to Bakke and continues on old roads to Petersburg. On the southern shore of the Iddefjord, where the...
Read more: Siste Reis Pub Photo: Halden Turist

Halden

Siste Reis Pub

The "local" with a heart. The Pub for music and meeting people. Wide selection of refreshments on tap....
Read more: The Busterud Park

Halden

The Busterud Park

This park was established about a hundred years ago on grounds that were previously occupied by the Nordsiden churchyard and Christian's Church. The...
Read more: Rekecaféen Photo: Ellen Næss

Halden

Rekecaféen

Seafood cafe Open Mai - September Friday, Saturday and Sunday 4 pm - 11 pm Reservation: ph: + 47 69 18 29 06 or +47 480 53 632...
Read more: Fredriksten fortress

Halden

Fredriksten fortress

Construction of Fredriksten started in 1661 after Norway lost the Bohuslän district and Bohus Fortress to Sweden in 1658. Three subsequent attacks by...
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