bus, then I also recommend that you head to Rdtind (bus. On some boat trips, they even cook your self-caught fish onboard and you can have it for lunch. Whale watching season: November February (changes every year). Opening hours: Monday Saturday 11:00 around midnight. Very handy as dry cleaning is expensive and there are no other options in town if you want to get your clothes washed. Opening hours: Every day 11:00 (12:00 at weekends) 22:00 (18:00 on Sundays and 17:00 on Mondays). Since the sun never rises above the horizon in Tromso from the 21st of November until the 21st of January, these are the best months to see the Northern Lights. If you are lucky you will also see other Arctic animals like seals and sea eagles. Click here for the latest prices The 10 Best Places To Eat In Tromso Although there are plenty of international food to find in Tromso, like Asian, American and South American food, as a visitor you would like to try some local food, right?
And if you have not been to Tromso, would you like to go? We celebrated my dads 70th birthday here. Telegrafbukta Here you will get a nice view over the sea and the surrounding islands and mountains. While temperatures average 25 degrees Fahrenheit in January, the Lodges outdoor. Opening hours summer: June July 13:00 15:00, August 13:00 16:00 sykkelverksted drammen Opening hours winter: Monday till Friday 13:00 17:00 Ticket price: Free How to get there: It is located right in the middle of downtown Tromso. PIN IT FOR later! Kattfjordeidet is also a very popular skiing area, nicknamed Little Chamonix by us locals, with several great mountains for skiing. When: End of January/ beginning of February Webpage Rakettnatt A pop/rock music festival in the middle of downtown Tromso, with Norwegian and international super stars. There is also a nice cafe/ restaurant called Hellastua run by a French couple which makes the most delicious cakes and food.
Senja Island Senja, being the second largest island of Norway, has a great contrast of mountains, sea, beautiful sandy beaches, and fishing villages. When you enter lhallen, you have to take notice of the big stuffed polar bear, it is huge! Reindeer Sledding Experience the Sami peoples culture and go on a reindeer sledding trip. I highly recommend it!