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Henie Onstad Kunstsenter (The Henie Onstad Art Centre) stands on a spit, Høvikodden, just outside of Oslo, in a park with an area of approximately one...
With 146 km coastline, Sandefjord has many beaches within short distance. There are child-friendly shallow beaches, beaches with campgrounds and more secluded beaches. Would you like to ride to the beaches, you can rent bikes at the Tourist information in the town centre. Free maps are included.
The Nobel Peace Center consists of an exciting combination of changing and permanent exhibitions that promote popular interest in issues relating to wa...
Trondheim has 125 city bikes available for citizens and tourists. You will find the bikes in 18 bicycle racks in and around the city centre (from May t...
Os i Østerdalen
You'll have your own dogsled-team, made up out of trained Alaskan Huskies. The trip through the wilderness is the greatest experience imaginable. Ala...
Os i Østerdalen
Dog sledding near Røros (Roros)
You will drive your own team of 5-6 friendly, hard working Alaskan Huskies. The guide drives the first team, and the...
Welcome to the largest indoor playground and activity house on the northwest coast of Norway! Coffee-shop serving warm food and lovely cakes....
This is a great hike along the nature and heritage trail that runs from the village of Åkra to the village of Ferkingstad. Cultural and historical monu...
Idyllic swimming spots in the grounds of the Arboretum at Milde. Grønevika has toilet facilities and a disabled ramp with rail as well as a car park for disabled people. Parking at Mildevågen and path through the Arboretum to the swimming spots.
Trondheim's execution ground in ancient times. Benedictine monks built a monastery on the island very early in the 11th century, probably one of the...