The Lillehammer region is known to the world for the Olympic winter games in 1994 and the Netflix series Lilyhammer. Go there for real and take part in entertaining skiing and other nature based and cultural activities.
Enjoy the outdoor activities the region has to offer – the Olympic bobsleigh track, rafting in Sjoa, alpine skiing or downhill biking in Hafjell, and guided walks in Rondane, to mention some.
Choose from several hotels in Lillehammer city centre, stay in an old cotter’s farm in the Gudbrandsdalen valley, or spend the night in Hunderfossen Snowhotel.
The restaurant is one of the town's most popular, and is located in the old Lillehammer Brewery's beer cellar…More
The name dudeburger.no is inspired by dude food, a modern way of serving soulful street food from a permanent…More
Every Wednesday during the main seasons our special buffet "Norsk Matbord" is filled with exciting dishes…More
Hafjell Hotel offers guests home-made, authentic and good food made with love and care. Besides the taste of…More
Lysaker Cafe is an old building from 1770 which originally stood at Lysaker, was later demolished and rebuilt…More
Food and beverage at Hafjell Hotel Everything from breakfast and light lunches to delicious a la carte dishes…More
"Time to eat" is responsible for all catering at Maihaugen. There is a full selection of food offered, from…More
Salt & Pepper If you enjoy excellent food and fine dining, the "Salt & Pepper" restaurant is a must. We offer…More
A warm welcome to SMAK Restaurant at Meetingpoint Hafjell Hotel & Resort. We would like to welcome you to our…More
What do you need after a few hours in the fresh mountain air in summer, autumn or winter? You can sense the…More
Nermo Hotel is located in the middle of a great region of locally produced ingredients. Here you will find…More
Aquavitfjøset The world's only Aquavit barn This is the original goat barn from the 1850s. The smell is gone…More
Ruten Fjellstue is a true Norwegian mountain lodge with history in the walls. The mountain lodge is originally…More
Here you may relax by the fireplace with an espresso based coffee, homemade cake or a hot chocolate. We are no…More
If you are travelling to Lillehammer for a brief stay and don't have time to experience Norway away from the…More
The Park Café has a warm atmosphere, located in the beautiful South Park. Our concept is homemade coocking,…More
Skavlen has a great location on the top of the Gondola and can offer you lunch, coffee and cakes, afterski and…More
Our motto is; know what you eat and quality our number one priority. We don't serve processed food! We grind…More
Visit Kampen Kafé located at Skeikampen Velkomstsenter. This is a family friendly place where the food served…More
At the very top of the grain silo is Lillehammer's highest watering holebar - with the town's best views. The…More
The Spisestuen Restaurant is the main restaurant in Lillehammer Fjellstue. Here, we offer a breakfast buffet…More
The restaurant Ryk & Reis is located in the bottom station which makes it easily accessable from "Skitorget"…More
We offer: Very good Barrista coffee, cocoa and tea Sandwiches food and smooties Bama Baked goods from Granum…More
Trollsalen, one of Norway's most unique restaurants, is tucked away inside the fairy-tale grotto at…More
Ming Restaurant is, as it has always been, on storgata 130, where it has been since early in the 90s. It has…More
Heim is a gastropub established in 2014. Our focus is good combinations of food and drinks. Our menu has a…More
Hornsjø is a Mountain Hotell with traditions going back to the 1870-ies with a development from mountain…More
Glomstad Guesthouse has traditions dating way back to the 16th century. Today it is a modern holiday resort…More
A culinary experience! When getting back inside after an eventful day in the mountain it's nice to relax with…More
From the back of a horse or the seat of an off-road bike – there are many ways to explore Lillehammer.Read more
The regional train service between Oslo and Lillehammer runs between 12 and 20 times daily.
The train between Oslo and Trondheim stops in Lillehammer.
There are regular bus connections to Lillehammer and other destinations in the area from Oslo, Trondheim and Bergen.
Read more about bus transport in the Lillehammer region.
Lillehammer is located around 2 hours from Oslo, 5 hours from Trondheim, and 5 hours from Ålesund.
Lillehammer skysstasjon, Ringebu Skysstasjon and Vinstra skysstasjon are the main hubs for buses, trains and taxis in the area.
There are frequent bus services from Lillehammer city centre to most of the city’s attractions, including the ski resorts and the family park Hunderfossen.
Read more about local transport in the Lillehammer region.
Oslo Airport is Norway’s national air hub, located about 1 hour and 40 minutes by road from Lillehammer.
All trains between Oslo and Lillehammer stop at Oslo Airport.
There is also a bus connection from Oslo Airport to Lillehammer and other locations in the Gudbrandsdalen valley.
With a total of 9 maxi-taxies (of these are 7 cars with the possibility to drive wheelchair users) and 26…More
Troll-Trail Rondane - Lillehammer - 8 days / appr. 170 KM. The Troll Trail offers excellent skiing terrain in…More
Troll-Trail Rondane - Lillehammer - 8 days / appr. 170 KM. The Troll Trail offers excellent skiing terrain in…
Gausdal Turbuss is a local bus company from Gausdal located about 20 km northwest of Lillehammer. The founder…More
Unibuss Tur is one of Norway’s largest bus companies with modern touring coaches and a wide range of…More
HKB is a small coach company located at Tretten in the Gudbrandsdalen valley, 30 km north of Lillehammer. Our…More
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