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Krokelvdalen

Visit the Lyngen Horse – winter - Tromsø lyngshest

You are welcome to visit the renowned and most experienced breeder of the Lyngen Horse in Tromsø. We have breeding mares, foals, virile stallions and playful youngsters who will be most happy to show you how they are a living proof of Northern Norwegian culture and history.

Tromsø

The Arctic Train

The Arctic Train is Tromsø’s only train. Jump onboard this sightseeing train for a fun-filled tour of Tromsø city centre.

Tromsdalen

Easter at the Cable Car

Let the Cable Car bring you up into the mountain this Easter - with or withour skis. The cafe is also open.

Tromsø

Seal training at Polaria

Housed in a very distinctive building that represents ice floes that have been pressed up on land by the rough seas of the Arctic, you will discover Polaria, just five minutes’ walk from the centre of Tromsø.

Tromsø

Planetarium shows & Northern Lights - Science Centre of Northern Norway

Visit Norway’s largest planetarium with all-dome film screenings every day.

KVALØYA

Overnight Trekking Trips – Arctic Adventure Tours

See a different side to life in the Arctic Circle. Summer in Northern Norway is a fantastic time, with the beautiful Midnight Sun on your back you can discover the wildlife and scenery that winter has hidden for 6 months.

KVALØYA

Overnight Kayaking Trip – Arctic Adventure Tours

Take to the water with everything you will need for a 24hour adventure under the midnight sun in the famously stunning area of Sommerøy. After getting fitted with your equipment and packing your kayak, you will be joined by an experienced guide in our intimate groups of no more than 8 people.

Tromsdalen

The Cable Car

Cable car to viewpoint. Midnight sun panorama.

Tromsø

Tromsø University Museum

Comprehensive university museum with Sami culture, northern lights, archaeology and Arctic biology
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