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A family is hiking the Verdenssvaet hill by Efjorden in Narvik, Northern Norway
Hiking the Verdenssvaet hill in Narvik.
Photo: Michael Ulriksen
People playing in the snow at Narvikfjellet ski resort in Narvik, Northern Norway
Narvikfjellet in Narvik.
Photo: Rune Dahl / Narvikfjellet
Northern lights on the sky above Narvik in Northern Norway
Northern lights above Narvik.
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From skiing, hiking and beautiful light shows to the world’s northernmost zoo. Welcome to Narvik, the perfect place for an active holiday north of the Arctic circle.

The city of Narvik is located in Northern Norway, and it is surrounded by majestic nature. Tall mountains soar above the blue Ofotfjord, and they are perfect for hiking and skiing. In winter the northern lights dance across the night sky, while the midnight sun ensures long, bright summer nights.

From Narvik, you can jump on one of the world’s most beautiful train journeys along the Ofoten Line, built by the navvies in the late 1800s. On the trip, you can see marks from the Battle of Narvik, which took place during the Second World War. You can learn more about that at the Narvik War Museum.

Polar Park, the world’s northernmost zoo, is also located in Narvik. Observe animals like wolf, lynx and bear, as well as reindeer, moose, and arctic fox.

Narvik is also in the process of becoming a certified Sustainable destination, a seal of approval given to destinations that work systematically to reduce the negative impact of tourism.

Get in-depth travel information on Narvik’s official website.

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Top attractions in Narvik

Historical sites and cultural gems – explore some of the highlights.

Top activities in Narvik

Where to stay

From comfy hotels to cosy cabins. Find your home away from home in Narvik.

Food and drink

From local food gems to high-end restaurants. Get a taste of what Narvik offers.

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Getting to Narvik

Get in-depth travel information on Narvik’s official website.
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Top attractions and activities in Narvik
Northern Norway's hidden pearl, is the railway between Narvik and Kiruna. The trip takes you through a historical, beautiful and wild landscape. Give… Read more
Ofotbanen - The Ofoten Railway
Stetind Stetind (1391m) is Norway’s “National Mountain” and for a good reason. It is by far the most unique and beautiful peaks in the country. The… Read more
Climb Stetind with a local, internationally certified IFMGA Mountain Guide
Join our exclusive hunt for the Northern Lights in the mountains of Narvik. A sleigh ride to the Njalasouka lavvu high up in the mountains where there… Read more
Exclusive Magical Northern Lights hunting with Njalasouka Adventures
Get close to the pristine, costal nature, the rocky, almost treeless wilderness, and sea eagles. And, together with a professional guide/fisherman,… Read more
Sea Eagle safari and fishing trip
Experience the serenity of the Arctic Nature on our snowshoing excursion. Hear the snow crunching under Your feet, breath the crystal clear arctic air… Read more
Snowshoeing under the Arctic Lights
Tøttadalen valley is one of the most visited nature areas in Narvik for families as well as advanced hikers. Tøttadalen is not a typical valley, but a… Read more
Tøttadalen Valley
The Tøttatoppen peak has as magical attraction on locals as well as visitors in Narvik. And it is understandable as it sticks up like a Matterhorn… Read more
Hiking to Tøttatoppen Peak
Adventourous Skjomen and golfcourses to remember Narvik Golfklubb has an 18-Hole championship course in the arctic city of Narvik in the north of… Read more
Narvik Golf Club - Skjomen Golf park
Join us for the ice fishing at the Lapphaugen lake surrounded by the beautiful and arctic mountain 60 km north of Narvik. Read more
Ice fishing
Experience Arctic farm and ice fishing in a small village in Northern Norway! Join our guide on an exciting snowmobile trip to a real Viking grave,… Read more
Snowmobile tour with ice fishing
Join an exciting and comfortable Northern Lights hunt by minibus! The Northern Lights forecast will lead the chase, maybe we find the amazing Lady… Read more
Aurora Chase - Professional photos from the experience included
Polar Park is the northernmost animal park in the world, and is beautifully located in the heart of Salangsdalen Valley in Bardu, 184 km south of… Read more
Polar Park - Entrance fee
Not only is Stetind Norway's national mountain, it is also a popular mountain for mountaineering and hiking enthuisiasts. Read more
Stetind - Norway's national mountain
A 42km train journey from Narvik to the Swedish border takes you from fjord to mountain through a wild, dramatic, uninhabited landscape. From the… Read more
The Ofoten Railway - Hike across Norway
Welcome to Narvikfjellet - A unique ski resort surrounded by majestic mountains and deep fjords. At the foot of the mountain, you will find the city… Read more
Narvikfjellet Ski Resort
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The Lofoten Islands
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The North Cape
The UNESCO-protected islands of Vega, just south of the Arctic Circle, is named one of the world’s top undiscovered island gems. Read more
Vega Islands
In the city of Alta you can experience Sami culture up close, see UNESCO protected rock carvings, sleep in a ice hotel or hunt for the northern light. Read more
Alta
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Kystriksveien is one of the most scenic drives in the world. Along the road you can climb the mountains Torghatten and De syv søstre,… Read more
Kystriksveien – the coastal route
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Harstad
The Vega archipelago, situated off the Helgeland coast, is named one of the world’s top undiscovered island gems. You should also pay a visit to… Read more
Helgeland
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Kirkenes and Eastern Finnmark
Join a dogsled expedition, learn to throw a lasso, and experience the Sami culture first hand in Karasjok and Kautokeino. Read more
Land of the Sami
The Svalbard Islands are located in the Arctic Ocean, halfway between Norway and the North Pole. Here, you will find untouched arctic wilderness and… Read more
The Svalbard Islands
Discover Narvik, a town above the Arctic Circle where nature is your playground. Go hiking, skiing or climbing and experience the midnight sun in… Read more
Narvik
Go kayaking and hiking in the midnight sun, or skiing and dog sledding under the northern lights. Or simply kick back and enjoy some of the most… Read more
Senja and Central Troms
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Hammerfest
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Nordkyn
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Salten
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The Lyngenfjord region
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    • Narvik bus

      By bus

      Express bus routes serve Narvik from the other regional hubs in Northern Norway.

      Almost all of the major islands in Lofoten are connected to the mainland by road, and there are a variety of buses connecting Narvik to the settlements on the islands.

      Travel time from Narvik to Svolvær in Lofoten is approximately 3,5 hours by bus. To Harstad, travel time is about 2 hours.

    • Narvik train

      By train

      There are daily train departures to Narvik from Boden in Sweden. Travel time is around 5 hours, with an additional 17 if you are taking the train from Gothenburg or Stockholm to Boden.

      From Narvik there are also trains to and from Kiruna in Sweden, a trip which takes 2,5 hours.

      Within Norway, you can take the train from Oslo to Fauske and change to a bus for the last 4 hours to Narvik.

    • Narvik boat UK

      By boat

      The Norwegian Coastal Voyage Hurtigruten cruises the Norwegian coastline and calls at Svolvær and Harstad, both of which are connected to Narvik by road.

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    • Narvik car UK

      By car

      Narvik is described as the gate to Northern Norway. The E6 runs straight through Narvik.

      The main north-south artery has one single ferry crossing, between Bognes and Skarberget, with numerous departures.

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    • Narvik plane UK

      By plane

      Harstad/Narvik Airport lies less than 1,5 hours from Narvik by road. The airport has connections to Andenes, Bodø, Oslo, Tromsø, and Trondheim.

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