About Northern Norway
Northern Norway is known for wildlife safaris, midnight sun and northern lights. This part of the country is home to the Sami, Norway’s aborigines.
The tourist information center in Steinkjer will help you book accommodation and plan a tailor-made itinerary for your trip along Kystriksveien.
The county of Finnmark covers an area of 48,637 square kilometers and has approximately 72,000 inhabitants.
The tourist information offices in Finnmark will help you book accommodation and plan your trip.
Meet nature, tranquillity and an endless array of activities in Nordland, the second largest county in Norway.
in Nordland will help you book accommodation and activities.
Helgeland is a large and majestic region covering 18,000 square kilometres in the southern part of the county of Nordland.
You will find four tourist information centres to help you plan your trip to the Helgeland Region.
Bodø is the capital of the county of Nordland and is undergoing rapid growth. The town has a population of 47,000.
The tourist information office in Bodø is open all year round, and provides information on what to see and do in the region.
There are several tourist information offices in Lofoten. Some of them are closed during winter.
Lofoten consists of seven main islands with 24,000 inhabitants.
Harstad is a charming town with 23,000 inhabitants. It is an important meeting place for the region's population.
Some of the country's richest fishing grounds are located in Vesterålen.
The tourist information is located in the centre of Harstad, just opposite the express boat quay.
The tourist information for Vesterålen, situated in Sortland, is open all year round. There are also local tourist offices in each municipality.
Experience a spectacular coastal area in the county of Nordland with islands, skerries, beaches, deep fjords, steep mountains and northern lights.
Tromsø Tourist Information Office is located in the city center, within walking distance of buses, ferries, Hurtigruten and most city hotels.
Narvik is a town with approximately 18,384 inhabitants.
The world’s northernmost university city, 350 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle, is a lively place, surrounded by fjords and mountains.
Archipelagos, fjords and mountains create the frame for the county of Troms with added colour from the midnight sun and northern lights.
Troms Reiseliv runs a year-round tourist information office for Troms County.
The tourist office is located in the town centre. Feel free to visit the tourist information for advice, ideas, inspiration and general information.