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My husband and I visited and were amazed by the beauty of this place. We took a tour of the island stopping by the viking museum, beaches, and many small villages along the way. It is striking and lush and the peole we encountered were...More
We have visited Lofoten Islands with our 6 months old daughter. It was far beyond wonderful.
Absolutely breathtaking scenery and pristine nature.
We stayed in Napp near Leknes and did our daily hiking trips from there.
Hikes are fun, you need a good pair of...More
Amazing place. The Lofotens are worth the trip in Norway alone.
If you happen with bad weather they are insignificant but with the sun they are beautiful. It is worth turning them slowly, deviating from the only main road. Every corner is to be photographed...More
We have spent in Lofoten and in Vesteralen 11 days. We took a flight (Norwegian) from Oslo to Evenes (Harstadt/Narvik) AirPort, so we can spent a lot of time travelling to Lofoten from Oslo. There at Evenes AirPort we rent a car and the trip...More
Travelled up here during late June and early July. We were hit with some rather challenging weather conditions but the place was truly amazing. We hired a car so could travel extensively and it was worth the cost. So many interesting places to see, great...More
I have traveled quite a bit, but never seen anything that takes my breath away, as Lofoten does. The nature is truly magnifcent and the contrasts between the steep magestic mountains and deep fjords is just breathtaking. Really nice restaurants- Go visit Maren Anna in...More
Nothing much there except the Dragon Church, a beautiful wooden building dating from about 1905 I think.
Lovely, well kept wooden houses, a supermarket and a derelict hotel. If you go in on a cruise you will probably be tendered in but NOT to...More