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Fun experiences northeast of Oslo

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With its proximity to Oslo Airport and Oslo, Romerike is an area that many people quickly pass through on their way to another destination.

But that's before they've checked out this!

Imagine staying here, in a beautiful mirrored glass cabin with clear views of Northern Europe's biggest inland delta …

… or here, at the venerable Losby Gods hunting lodge, where royal guests once dined with silver cutlery and porcelain plates in a bygone era.

Why not wake to a round of golf on a dewy course?

Or maybe you want to challenge both yourself and the laws of physics?

Experience flying at Modern Activity Center's wind tunnel, right by the airport, or at Megafun in Lørenskog. There are lots of activities at both locations, including big indoor play centres for the kids.

In Lørenskog, you can even ski year round!

SNØ offers downhill slopes, rails and a big jump, cross country trails and ice climbing – all indoors.

Did you know that Nittedal is home to the biggest private art collection in Europe?

Enjoy a little quiet contemplation among Galleri Würth's paintings, prints and sculptures.

Art lovers should also visit the stylish NITJA Centre for Contemporary Art in Lillestrøm.

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Take an alpaca walk in Sørum, Hurdal and Aurskog.

Suddenly there's a clearing beyond the trees as you reach Rømskog Spa & Resort, where you can relax in idyllic lakeside surroundings.

A visit to historic Eidsvoll is a must!

Take in the historic atmosphere at Eidsvoll manor house, where Norway's constitution was written.

Listen as the guides tell the dramatic story about six fateful weeks in 1814, when 112 of the nation's founding fathers drafted their own laws, and their own fate.

Feel the patriotic spirit!

It's easy to fall in love on an airy summer's day as you stroll along the water by the national heritage site Fetsund timber booms.

Peace, harmony, and fun! The kids will enjoy playing on and fishing from the floating pathways.

The forests and fields north of Oslo are perfect for active holidays and new surprises.

The Høyt & Lavt climbing park in Lillestrøm has 41 zip lines and 240 elements among the trees. At the southern end of Lake Mjøsa, you can visit the Byrud Emerald Mine where you can still find emeralds – and keep them!

In addition, many kilometres of marked trails await in both summer and winter in Romerike.

And an entire Pilgrim's Route.

Stretch your legs out at a hostel, and relax after the strain of the day's hike.

Romerike has a lot more surprises in store. Visit and see for yourself.

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