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Sarpsfossen Waterfall in Sarpsborg, Norway Photo: Jarl Morten Andersen
The waterfall Sarpsfossen was created by nature about 4,000 years ago when the sea level shrunk so low that the inland sea was cut of by a moraine. Photo: Jarl Morten Andersen
Borgarsyysel Museum was founded in 1921 and is located just outside the embarkment Olav Haraldsson built around the town Borg in 1016. Photo: Dag Andersen
The tourist information office is situated nearby the town square. Photo: Dag Andersen
The areas around Sarpsborg are good for different walking bicycling and car tours. Photo: visitsarpsborg.no
Sarpsborg is surrounded by large areas of woods, situated close to the sea and can offer its visitors a lot of different activities. Photo: Ingerid Aune
The countryside of Sarpsborg is diverse and rich in experiences with forests, waterways and lakes. Photo: Håvard Frisell
Sarpsborg has a range of restaurants and cafés, from traditional Norwegian to Italian and Indian. Photo: Brasseri 74
Stay in a hotel or hire a cabin in Sarpsborg. If you are after budget accommodation, stay in a youth hostel or go camping. Photo: Kay Winter
You can easily get to Sarpsborg by car, train and bus. Photo: Nettbuss

Sarpsborg

Sarpsborg has a rich history. Many of its attractions are linked to its past, from the rock carvings along Oldtidsveien to Skjeberg Medieval Church.
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Sarpsfossen Waterfall in Sarpsborg, Norway - Photo: Jarl Morten Andersen

Sarpsborg

Sarpsborg has a rich history. Many of its attractions are linked to its past, from the rock carvings along Oldtidsveien to Skjeberg Medieval Church.

Sarpsborg

Source: Visitnorway

Explore Sarpsborg

Attractions in Sarpsborg

Visit the Medieval church in Skjeberg, see the powerful Sarpsfossen Waterfall and go for a walk in the English garden at Hafslund Manor.

Tour suggestions in Sarpsborg

The areas around Sarpsborg are good for different walking bicycling and car tours.

What to do in Sarpsborg

Sarpsborg is surrounded by large areas of woods, situated close to the sea and can offer its visitors a lot of different activities.

Where to stay in Sarpsborg

Stay in a hotel or hire a cabin. If you are after budget accommodation, stay in a youth hostel or go camping.

Shopping in Sarpsborg

The town square is the starting point for the main shopping street in Sarpsborg. There are also several shopping centres in the area.

Eating in Sarpsborg

Sarpsborg has a range of restaurants and cafés, from traditional Norwegian to Italian and Indian.

About Sarpsborg

Tourist Information in Sarpsborg

The tourist information office is situated nearby the town square.

Key facts about Sarpsborg

Sarpsborg is both a municipality and a town with 51,000 inhabitants situated in the county of Østfold, southeast in Norway.

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