Tromso

  • Tromso, nicknamed 'the Paris of the North' is a university city where people like to go out and party. Cultural activity and nightlife have remained very important here. Tromso is considered as the capital city of northern Norway. In the city centre, you can see some wooden houses. The city also has a developed fishing trade and whaling industry. Make sure to go to the harbour and spend your evening ...
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  • This, the biggest city in the north of Norway, boasts both magnificent mountains and a coastline.
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  • Tromsų is partially made up of mainland and partially of several islands, all set in fascinating surroundings
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  • The aerial tramway departs from the valley and ascends to Storsteinen: there is a magnificent view to be seen from the top!
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  • This cathedral was built in 1965 and is today the symbol of the city of Tromsų.
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  • This bridge links mainland Tromsų with the part of the city that stands on Tromsų island.
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  • The biggest city in northern Norway is just as lovely from above
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Amy Adejokun
Amy Adejokun Expert destination Norway

Tromso, nicknamed 'the Paris of the North' is a university city where people like to go out and party. Cultural activity and nightlife have remained very important here. Tromso is considered as the capital city of northern Norway. In the city centre, you can see some wooden houses. The city also has a developed fishing trade and whaling industry. Make sure to go to the harbour and spend your evening in one of the many ancient sailors' bars, such as the Cormoran.

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