Key Ingredients in the Norwegian Cuisine
Find out where to eat, go for a drink or dance the night away. Choose from many restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs - many typically Norwegian.
Geilo offers a wide range of restaurants, services and shopping. Everything is centrally located within a short distance from the centre of Geilo.
See longboats in a museum in Oslo, shop at a traditional market, take part in a Viking feast in Lofoten or listen to a classic Viking saga.
Cod, salmon, trout, crab and shrimp are just some of the varieties of seafood available in Norwegian waters, restaurants and markets.
After hours of skiing you will get hungry. There are many options for a mela by the slopes.
Geilo is most known as a family resort, but we offer some options for the party animals out there as well.
There are many mountain huts with cafes around Geilo. Stop by to have a meal, a hot drink og a traditional waffle.
Ask for tasty Norwegian salmon for dinner. For breakfast you should try the sweet brown cheese.
Norway's vast array of traditional dishes and local specialities really comes into its own at Christmas time. Here are a few of the highlights.
Stockfish is unsalted fish dried by the sun and wind on wooden racks in Northern Norway or in special drying houses.
Enjoy homemade food, Norwegian ingredients and food with a local identity. Visit a restaurant with the Norwegian Foodprints mark of quality.
Marion Fjelde Larsen, curator of the Lofotr Viking Museum, picks five places in Norway well worth a visit to get that Viking feeling.
The Vikings have earned their place in history as a seafaring warrior culture with a fine eye for design and a good ear for storytelling.
Visit a museum you are unlikely to find anywhere else in the world. Learn more about Norway, its culture and its people.
Learn som basic Norwegian words before you travel.