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Bodø

Scandic Bodø

Scandic Bodø is a comfortable, full service hotel centrally located by the harbour in the centre of Bodoe. Distance to/from Bodoe Airport is approximat...
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Svolvaer

Rica Scandic Svolvær

Experience a killer whale safari, white-tailed eagles and the northern lights. Daily flight connections with smaller airfields in the area and the regu...
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Oslo

Rica Scandic Holberg

The hotel has a nice atmosphere and modern, tastefully decorated rooms. It is perfect for both business travelers and visitors on vacation. The bus a...
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Sarpsborg

Rica Saga Hotel

The hotel's rooms are light and almost all of them have wood floors. They also have contemporary new furniture, curtains, pictures and lighting. All ro...
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Oslo

Rica Scandic Oslo City

The hotel is situated in Oslo's city centre in the heart of the shopping district. The railway station is located opposite to the hotel itself. The...

Sandefjord

Flights with Dakota Norway

A pearl of a veteran plane. Norway's only flying DC3 DAKOTA is situated at Sandefjord Airport Torp. The shining "silverbird" has been taken well care of and has been in the air since 1942 and has a past as "presidential-plane". Regular tours of Vestfold every wednesday 5 pm in the periode 21.May-24.September.

Byglandsfjord

Neset Camping

With its 1600-metre shoreline consisting of sandy beaches and smooth rocks, Neset Camping is excellent for those who enjoy the wet element. Every summe...

Hamar

From farm to farm

Groups can book guided bicycle tours in the gentle, rolling terrain along Mjøsa. It will not be the climbs that will take your breath away - it is the...

Byglandsfjord

Neset Camping

The cafeteria at Neset Camping is open during the summer season (June - August)....

Hjelmeland

Excursion from Ryfylke to the towns of Stavanger, Haugesund and Bergen

In Ryfylke you may hear a curious phrase from the locals: “Å bya seg.” It means “to go up to town”. You might hear it when acquaintances meet each othe...
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