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Kiberg Kiberg has played a vital role in North Norway’s contact with the East: Pomor trade (frontier trade with Russia), Russian fish marketing and partisan activities. A culture trail leads from the partisan museum, through the fishing village and up to “Fort Kiberg’ on Kibergnesset point. The Partisan Museum is open daily between 1 Jun and 31 Aug from 08.00-18.00.
At Northern Lights Husky you play an active part in getting ready your own dog team. We provide all necessary instructions. We set off from our kennel, drive through the forest, along the Alta River and gladly up in the mountains. We serve a hot lunch around an open fire. You are a musher for a day!
The village of Neiden lies right by the Norwegian-Finnish border, approx. 50 km west of Kirkenes.
Stave Hot Pools is surrounded by the wild and spectaular beauty of Andøya's west coast and offers visitors the unforgettable adventure of soaking in 38° heated outdoor hot pools overlooking the ocean.
Price from 170- 550 NOK
Lilleputthammer is an family park for young and old, but where most of the activities are designed for children 1-7/8 years. Here you find a miniature copy of the famous main street - Storgata - in Lillehammer as it was back in the year 1900, built to a scale of 1:4.
In Lilleputthammer, the kids can ride on a train, drive a car or ride on a bicycle, and the miniature houses make the kids feel like giants. Inside the houses they can discover fun activities.
Would you like to capture the splendor of the Northern Lights/Aurora Borealis?Join us and we will help you finding the best places and the best ways to experience it!
The square Teaterplassen at Grønland is surrounded by places to eat and drink, among them the newest branch of Evita Espressobar. This coffee shop has...
At the end of Smalgangen pedestrian street you find Evita Espressobar, a coffee shop with some seats inside and an outdoor section in the pedestrian zo...