SAS, the largest airline in Scandinavia, offers cheap international flights to Tromsø. Our city guide will help you find out what's up & the best tips from SAS crew & passengers.
The capital of the Arctic is a lively, humorous and beautiful city packed with culture & history & surrounded by mountains, fjords & islands.
What's up in Tromsø
|Lyngen Alps |
If you come for mountains and fjords, the nearby Lyngen Alps is the place for you.
|Panoramic views |
The cable car takes you up 420 m above sea level and offers a great view.
|Midnight sun |
Experience 24 hours of daylight.
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|Whale watching |
Tel.: +47 77 67 46 40
From Tromsø, there are daily trips from May-August. There's a good chance that you'll see both whales and white-sided dolphins in numbers. Tickets can be bought on the boat, so pick a day with nice weather and head out for sea!
Tel.: +47 77 62 45 80
A good place to start out the evening is Ølhallen, or Beer Hall. It's the oldest pub in Tromsø & a well known and cheery establishment. They serve locally produced beer, Mack, which is also the northernmost brewery in the world.
|Lyngsfjord Adventure |
This operator offers a number of activities in the nearby area of Lyngen. If you would like to experience Sami culture, they have both summer and winter tours. The Sami were the original settleres in northern Scandinavia and they have a rich cultural heritage with some beautiful handcrafts.
Rent a car
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|Population: 64,782 |
|Language: Norwegian |
|Currency: Krone (NOK) |
|Time zone: CET || |
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