The flight between London and Tromso takes around two and a half hours, and is operated only by Norwegian Air Shuttle. However, as NAS is a budget carrier, it should be possible to secure a cheap flight on the journey between London and Tromso. Of course, it is also possible to fly via Oslo or Bergen, as this may deliver savings as well. It's recommended that you use a price comparison site.After the flight, the airport is extremely close to the city centre, making taxi fares relatively cheap (depending on where you are staying). City buses stop outside the terminal as well, and airport staff will explain the best route for you.
To travel between London and Tromso at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Tromso flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Tromso flights by departure date.
This superbly conceived polar museum is a great way to learn about the environment around Tromso and other Norwegian territories. Aquariums show seals and cold water fish, while videos show off the beauty of areas like Svalbard; the site of the spectacular Northern Lights display.2 Take a brewery tour
Part of the party reputation of Tromso derives from its brewing tradition, and visitors can take a tour of the Mack Brewery. Producing everything from pure Pilsners to dark ales, Mack's will have something to suit all tastes (and plenty of samples are offered). Booking in advance is recommended.3 Witness toe Aurora Borealis
The Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights are one of the premier attractions of the Arctic Circle, and provide a totally new experience for visitors from London. Visitors between September and March should check the night skies between 18:00 and midnight.4 Take a church tour
Tromso is a city of churches, with numerous stunningly beautiful examples of Scandinavian Lutheran architecture. The jewel in the city's crown is certainly the stunning Ishavskatedralen, which dates only from 1965. A modernist masterpiece, the stained glass windows of the 'Arctic Cathedral' mirrors the natural environment of the region. The tiny Church of Our Lady is also worth a visit, as well as is the Lutheran Cathderal, the Domkirke.5 Visit the town's museums
The city has plenty of museums on offer, from a informative Second World War Museum, to the City Museum with exhibits regarding the indigenous Sami people, local archaeology and regular lectures and tours. There is also a Norwegian Art Gallery and an excellent Gallery of Contemporary Art.