Apr 24, 2019 - Apr 25, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Travel north into the heart of the arctic circle and you will find the vibrant city of Tromso, Norway. Tromso has strong roots in the hunting and fishing industry and provides guests with a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. This city is beloved by nature enthusiasts and has a remarkable northern lights show you will not find anywhere else on the planet. If you plan to travel to Tromso, Skyscanner can help you find the most affordable lodging options available.
There are many cozy hotels in Tromso that will help you beat the bitter cold of the arctic and Skyscanner will find you the cheapest prices possible. For less than $200, you can rest up at a major chain hotel like Enter City Hotel, Scandic Grand Tromso, or Comfort Hotel Xpress Tromso. These hotels feature luxury bed linens, modern decor, internet, and other amenities to make your stay comfortable.
For $200-$300 per night, you can indulge in the best luxury accommodations available in Tromso. Clarion Hotel The Edge is surrounded by beautiful landscaping and offers internet, a restaurant, a bar, and complimentary breakfast. Radisson Blue Hotel features classy decor and provides internet, breakfast, and room service. Scandic Ishavshotel overlooks the harbor and offers world-class accommodations. These hotels are pet friendly and provide affordable luxury lodging.
While not as popular as their big chain cousins, there are a few boutique hotels in Tromso. You can stay at Home Sleep Tromso, which features simple amenities, or at Tromso Bed and Books. This adorable house hotel offers a peaceful night sleep, a warm meal, and a library for reading.
While searching the Tromso hotel list page on Skyscanner, be sure to check out the star-rating and reviews section for hotels you are interested in. You will get to see what former guests have to say about their experience at the hotel.
Tromso Airport is located about three miles from the city and has several ground transportation options to get you to your hotel. You can catch the Airport Express Coach, hail a taxi, or pick up a rental car to drive around in. Before booking your car rental, check out the deals to be had on Skyscanner's car rental page.
Tromso is considered safe for U.S. travelers, be sure to have all of your travel documents handy when you head to the airport. This region experiences sub-freezing temperatures during the winter months, so pack lots of cold weather clothes. The hotels in Tromso offer adjustable heaters that will keep you cozy as you sleep.
Tromso is a city that has something for everyone all seasons of the year. Of you plan to visit during the winter months, enjoy a day out on the ski slopes or watching a dog sled race. During the warm season, you can go hiking, fishing, whale watching, and more. You can book a guided trip to see a northern lights show or head out for a night out and some of the most fun-filled pubs in the country. Tromso also has a dynamic food scene that you can experience by tasting your way through the city.
Tromso was my last destination of my solo trip and I absolutely enjoyed this city. I wish i had more time at this place. I enjoyed cycling and exploring this city during summer. Mt. Storsteinen is a must visit.
A pleasant town on the far northern coast of Norway, the best way to arrive here is on the coastal Hurtigruten voyage. There are a few sights here such as the Arctic Cathedral as well as some shops and restaurants but nothing to keep you more than a day or two.
This town has more hair salons that can possibly be supported by a population this small. The tunnels have roundabouts! They play American football here!? Cross country skiing is the national pastime. I was there when the major street in town had booths for all the different clubs and societies in town. It felt like my first day in university. The university keeps the population very young here. If going to the airport the public bus costs 35 NOK and the flybussen is 90 one way and 120 round trip. If you're in a group of three or more taking a cab is cheaper than the flybussen.
Beautiful scenery and quaint village make Tromso a charming place to visit in northern Norway. It's a popular spot to take off for fjord cruises. Whether skiing, sailing, hiking or something else; there's plenty for active individuals.