About Eastern Norway
Eastern Norway is known for tall and wild mountains in Jotunheimen national park and urban life in the capital of Oslo.
Let the tourist information office help you get the most out of your visit to Indre Østfold.
Come and enjoy the exciting district between Oslo and the Swedish border. Explore undisturbed nature, wilderness experiences, and lots of culture.
Hedmark is Southern Norway's largest county, and is renowned for its vast forests and almost 2000 lakes and rivers.
Hedmark has a number of tourist information offices, providing tips and advice both prior to and during your stay in the region.
The Gudbandsdalen area consists of a main valley, with the smaller valleys of Gausdal, Espedalen, Vinstradalen, Heidal and Ottadalen.
Visit a tourist information office to help plan your holiday in the Gudbrandsdalen Valley.
The tourist information in the city of Drammen is open all year and can help you with advice and information on how to explore the Drammen region.
The Drammen region is located centrally in Eastern Norway, about 25 miles from the capital city of Oslo.
Visit the tourist information offices in Drøbak or Ski to plan your holiday.
The distances are short between the coastal, agricultural and village areas, and adventures are on offer throughout the year.
There are several tourist information offices in Hallingdal.
There are three Tourist Information offices in Valdres: you will find them in Fagernes, Beitostølen and Filefjell.
The scenic, varied Valdres region extends from the water rich valleys in the south to Jotunheimen's spectacular mountain range in the north.
The Lillehammer Region, situated around two hours north of Oslo, offer everything from urban areas to valleys and mountain plateaus.
Tourist offices are open all year round, and provide tips and information on Lillehammer and Gudbrandsdalen.
Visit the tourist information and get help booking accommodation and finding out what is happening in town.
The Hamar region consists of four municipalities; Hamar, Stange, Ringsaker and Løten.
The tourist office for the Hamar region is located in Østre Torg in the centre of Hamar.
The tourist information offices in Jotunheimen will help you book rooms at the mountain cabins and plan your trip in the area.
Jotunheimen is the most popular national park in Norway. Here you find the highest mountains in Norway, glaciers and a range of outdoor activities.
Just west of Oslo lie Asker and Bærum, 2 of the 22 municipalities in Akershus county.
Ringerike Reiseliv is your local assistant, and the office is open all year, every day.
You will find comprehensive information at the tourist information offices in the Old Town and by the guest marina at the quayside in the town centre.
Fredrikstad is a historical, yet modern town 100 km/62 US miles south of Oslo. The Old Town is one of Norway's most popular tourist attractions.
Ringerike and its main town Hønefoss are nice goals for a day trip from Oslo. Hadeland Glassworks is the biggest attraction in the area.
The tourist information office is located in the center of Geilo, and provides all the information you need to make the most of your stay in the area.
The capital of Norway is also its largest city. Oslo has over 600,000 inhabitants and covers 454 square kilometers, 242 of which are forests.
At the very top of Gudbrandsdalen, only a few kilometers from Romsdalen, you will find the municipality of Lesja and the village of Bjorli.
The tourist information office is located in the YX fuel station in the center of Bjorli.
Oslo Tourist Information can help with accommodation, the Oslo Pass, currency exchange and tickets for public transport, sightseeing and fjord tours.
The Trysil Tourist Office is located in Trysil center, and the Welcome centers are in the mountains. Both provide information.
Located 120 kilometers south of Oslo, Sandefjord is a modern seaside town. Here you will find Torp Airport, one of the busiest airports in Norway.
The tourist information in Sandefjord is located in the building called Kurbadet. Here you can book accommodation and get tips on what to see.
The tourist information office is situated nearby the town square.
Sarpsborg is both a municipality and a town with 51,000 inhabitants situated in the county of Østfold, southeast in Norway.
There are several tourist information offices in the Rondane region.
Rondane is the oldest national park in Norway. The park was established in 1962 to preserve the nature and the living areas of the wild reindeer.
Gol Tourist Information is located in the council building.
Geilo has 2,500 inhabitants. The village centre is located 798 metres above sea level.
The tourist office in Molde is centrally located on the market place. Here you can get information on what to see and do in the whole region.
Hemsedal Tourist Information Office is located in the center of Hemsedal.
Ål Tourist Information is located in Ål Cultural Center, where you can find information on activities and accommodation as well as maps and brochures.
In Ål in Hallingdal you find beautiful and powerful nature, a wide spectrum of culture, activities and attractions for the whole family.
The tourist information is centrally located at the culture center, facing the idyllic inner town square.
The tourist information offices can help you with accommodation, and provide you with information about events, attractions and activities.
There are around 30,000 inhabitants in Halden. During the summer months almost 300,000 people visit Fredriksten Fortress.
The village of Nesbyen lies in the municipality of Nes, in the county of Buskerud. It is situated in the Hallingdal Valley.
Around 70,000 people live in the area. The main centres are Molde, the city of jazz and roses, and Åndalsnes, the mountain capital of Norway.
Flå is a municipality in the county of Buskerud. The municipality lies in the most southeasterly part of the Hallingdal Valley.
Flå Tourist Information Office is situated in Vassfaret Bear Park, centrally in Flå.
To make the most of your stay in Numedal, make sure you come by the Visitor Information Centres in Lampeland and Rødberg.
The Numedal Valley has a rich history and a unique cultural heritage. The former trading route is also home to four stave churches.