The traditional town of Røros is a modern community in which people live and work right in the middle of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Many places follow sustainable principles, but being certified as a sustainable destination is an honour few qualify for. It takes years of work demonstrating their lasting commitment to providing the best possible experiences for their guests, while keeping the negative impact of tourism to a minimum. In addition, the destination must work to continually improve its business practices and relations with the local community, whilst safeguarding their natural and cultural assets, history and traditions.
Learn about Røros’ culinary traditions, join a guided snowmobile trip in the mountains or experience lake Femunden, Norway’s third largest lake, with the historic ferry M/S Fæmund.
The old mining town of Røros offers many accommodation options. Choose between hotels, apartments, cabins and guesthouses.
One of the few cellars in Røros that is open to the public. Lively, cosy and friendly, with its own brewery.…More
17th century mountain farm. Borders the Femundsmarka National Park. Perfect for trips to Storvigelen, Langen…More
Guided tours of the farm. For group bookings, lunch may be prebooked, as well as coffee, ice-cream and cakes.More
Hiort Pub is located next to Peder Hiort Mathus. This is an English style sports pub showing football and…More
Function rooms in a cozy setting. Catering. Groups and parties by reservation.More
An intimate, modern and cosy bar right in the centre of Røros. Røros' best nightclub, with a large dance floor…More
Open in connection with conserts and other events.More
At walking distance from the centre of Røros, we have a Sami turf hut, lavvo, where you can enjoy traditional…More
Nightclub with live music for dancing.More
The hotel's lobby bar. Very pleasant and cosy atmosphere. Large selection of cognacs and whiskeys. Try one of…More
Deer meat from our own deer farm! Available from the farm butcher's at Torsvollen Farm in Brekken. Turn off…More
Our dairy products are organic and have their origin in the culinary traditions of the Røros region.More
Fresh baker's products, coffee bar and every type of ice cream.More
The barren landscape of Røros and the temperature in the region, result in all food growing slowly and…More
Elgsjømoen summer farm Elgsjømoen seter (summer farm) has an idyllic setting by Elgsjøen lake, 820 metres…More
Enjoy the local cuisine in a preserved farm. Cows and sheeps graze on the hillsides around. 10 km from…More
12:00- 06:00pm Dish of the day and diverse grilled dishes.More
Orkelbogen Recreation Center is a conference center located in the mountains. The farm is well suited to…More
Sale of reindeer meat, elk meat, fish and other game. 20 mins by car from Røros town centre, towards Brekken.…More
Skanckebua is a rich place with soul and atmosphere located in the middle of Kjerkgata in Røros. In the cozy…More
The restaurant Peder Hiort Mathus is located in the Bergmann's wing of the Bergstadens Hotel in the old…More
We take pride in offering some of the best produce and local cuisine with a modern touch. Located in the heart…More
Our hotel restaurant is open every weekend and some weekdays.More
Røros' oldest café in the middle of Kjerkgata. Home-made food, tasty and varied daily fare. Sandwiches –…More
Pleasant summer cafe with the sale of food based on local ingredients. Open every day in summer, partly…More
Gjetbergsvollen is a restaurant located on the mountain plateau near Røros, with dining areas for over 200…More
Our restaurant is open all year round for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We emphasise local and Norwegian…More
This warm and welcoming restaurant is an excellent place to gather your friends and family, or to end the…More
There are regular departures both from Oslo and Trondheim with the Norwegian State Railways, NSB. From Trondheim it takes approximately two hours by train, car or bus to get to Røros.
It takes approximately 5 hours by bus from Oslo to Røros, and around 2 hours from Trondheim. Check out AtB’s website for prices and timetables.
From Oslo, go by E6 and RV3 via Elverum (approximately 5 hours).
From Trondheim, follow RV30 (approximately 2 hours).
The excursion boat MS Fæmund II travels the Femunden lake daily in the summer. It can take you from Elgå in Hedmark to Synnervika in the municipality of Røros, 30 kilometres from the town of Røros. From Synnervika, you may travel by bus to Røros.
Røros is situated 50 minutes by plane from Oslo. You can catch a plane most days, except Saturdays.
Røros airport is located 2 kilometers from the town of Røros.
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