Norway Marco Polo Map (Marco Polo Maps)
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Fully updated for 2016... and now with ZOOM system for even better orientation!
Marco Polo maps feature completely up-to-date, digitally generated mapping. The high quality cartography with distance indicators and scale converters aid route planning. New ZOOM System - all large urban areas are marked on the main map and are cross-referenced to separate inset transit maps which zoom in on the city to aid route planning. We then zoom in further to detailed city maps which can be found easily in the separate index booklet.
Includes city maps of: Bergen, Oslo, Stavanger, Trondheim.
Major sights and key points of interest are marked on the map by numbered stars and these are listed in the index booklet with a brief description to help travellers pick the best places to see en route. Comprehensive index. The map scale is 1: 800 000.
discovered as a result of the latest ice melt. Daily excursions end of July–end of August, Thu–Sun, start 10am in the Juvasshytta mountain hut | tickets 300 NOK at the hut or from the tourist information office in Lom | www.oppland.no/klimapark2469 NORSK FJELLMUSEUM Google Map The museum in Lom provides a historical overview of how man has made use of the mountains and the effects climate and nature have had on Norwegian culture. May–mid-June and mid-Aug–Sept Mon–Fri 9am–4pm, Sat, Sun
at Steen & Strøm (Nedre Slottsgate, at right angles to Karl Johan) and Paleet (Karl Johans gate 37). Fenaknoken (www.fenaknoken.no) Map Oslo [D4] on Tordenskiolds gate near the town hall sells Norwegian specialities such as dried fish, elk meat and goat’s cheese. You will find small design and art shops on Grünerløkka Map Oslo [F2–3] on Thorvald Meyers gate. Godt brød (Thorvald Meyers Gate 49) bakes bread and cakes using organic ingredients only. The skillingsboller sprinkled with cinnamon and
61 21 51 00 | www.hjerkinn.no | Moderate–Expensive INFORMATION Oppdal Turistkontor | O. Skarsliens vei 15 | tel. 72 40 04 70 | www.oppdal.com RØROS Road Atlas [135 D5] | Google Map Time seems to have come to a standstill in the former copper-mining community (pop. 3600) near the Swedish border. The church – the only stone building as far as the eye can see – towers above the rows of around 50 listed houses on the two main streets. Røros is a winter-holiday resort: the temperature can sink
km (24 mi) north of Bodø on Road 834 Trade and change in Northern Norway: Kjerringøy tells about merchant life in times gone by RØST AND VÆRØY Road Atlas [136 A4] | Google Map You can reach these bird islands either in the 35-seat plane operated by Widerøe or by ferry from Bodø. The approximately 1400 people who have their home on these islands live from fish. The constant wind, mild winters and cool summers make it the perfect place for producing dried cod that is then exported to southern
| express ship from Bodø or Sandnessjøen/Nesna/Stokkvågen (same ship) THE ENDLESS COAST A magic word all over Norway: since 1893, the Hurtigruten ships have plied their way between Bergen and Kirkenes. The 4600 km (2875 mi) return voyage takes 11 days and that means that 11 ships are also needed. The route mainly crosses peaceful waters between the skerries and islands. Tourists are especially fond of tours on Hurtigruten ships between April and October but there is a lot to discover on the