A well-appointed holiday rental home in North Norway will put you close to many popular attractions and attractions. You will have everything that you need to enjoy your stay, and North Norway will quickly become your home away from home.
The mountains of North Norway allow for a variety of activities no matter what time of year that you choose to visit. Skiing in the winter or trekking and climbing in the summer – the mountains are one of the best features of the area for those who enjoy outdoor fun. The local cuisine is another favourite amongst many of the visitors to the area. Feast on seafood dishes and for breakfast try some tasty waffles and pancakes. River cruises are a great way to see the area and enjoy some time out on the water where you can get another perspective on the gorgeous landscape of the area.
There are many interesting sites to see whilst on holiday to North Norway. Several medieval churches dot the landscape. Other important historic buildings, such as a monastery, are also located in North Norway. Old streets, some boasting wooden buildings from the 1800’s, can also be seen. Some of the most amazing sites are those provided by nature. Those on holiday to North Norway can see fjords and glaciers that are truly breath taking. Evidence of the earliest residents in North Norway can be found in the rock carvings located nearby. Consider joining a history tour to visit such sites. This will allow you to ask questions of a guide that is knowledgeable about the history of North Norway.
The winters in North Norway are quite cold and even the summers can be a bit chilly. During the winter, the average low temperatures are between -2° and -7° C and the average highs are between -2° and 2° C. During the spring, the average low temperatures are between -2° and 3° C and the highs are between 4° and 9° C. During the summer, the average lows are 7° to 11° C and average highs are 14° to 18° C. There are between 15 and 21 days of precipitation per month. Of course, during the winter months this is very often snow.
There are several airports that service North Norway. These include Alta Airport (ALF), Station Group Banak Airport (LKL), Hasvik Airport (HAA), Harstad Airport (EVE) and Narvik Airport (NVK). The best option will depend on where you are starting your journey and the exact location in North Norway that you plan to visit.