Northern Norway

This region of the country is for the colourful northern lights as well as 24-hour sun and at certain times of the . Welcome to and today we’re learning more about Northern .
Tromsø is the gateway to the and the largest urban in this region of the country. This city has been since the Ice but today it is a and region.
Found off the Northern coast of Norway are the Lofoten Islands. This archipelago is found in close to the Arctic . Like much of the country, Lofoten is known for its beauty. This splendor is visible on the Lofoten tourist route where you’ll pass mountains and lush pastures as well as fishing villages, boats and small . In fact, this region is also famous for its fishing and it is home to a number of small waterfront villages. One thing must do when travelling to the Lofoten Islands is the popular stockfish that is caught here. These picturesque islands are also home to a number of activities visitors can undertake, try cycling, , hiking, nature or even flying a kite while travelling to this Norwegian paradise.
Finnmark is found in the North-East of Norway and is the least populated in the country. However, Norway’s people live in this area. Finnmark is a great place to observe both the northern lights and the midnight sun. The region is also full of and activities. Try dogsledding through the countryside: let the animals do the work for you as you over the tundra and get a glimpse of what life was like in the past. Or, visit the Kirkenes Snow Hotel. Found near the Russian border, this distinctive destination showcases local and culture. The is built almost entirely with and snow so don’t forget to warmly. Not to be missed is the King Crab Safari. See these monstrous sea animals up close and personal, then follow that with a nice to off the .

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