Dog Sledding Tromso : Discover The Gateway To The Arctic

Tromso Completes Your Exciting Dog Sledding Experience

The city of Tromso, also known as the Gateway to the Arctic, will surprise you with its modern and inviting charm. Popular with students, this city is the largest in northern Norway and welcomes you with a beautiful and vibrant downtown. Tromso will perfectly complete your exciting Husky dog sled tour. In and around Tromso. 

Husky Tours From Tromso:

Tromso in Winter: A Wonderful Addition To Your Husky Dog Sled Tour

A great starting point for countless activities, Tromso is full of fun attractions, making it the perfect place for a stopover or an extension of your exciting dog sledding trip. The possibility to travel from here by plane, bus or boat gives you the freedom to plan your trip according to your wishes and ideas. There are many charming boutique hotels and bed and breakfasts, but also larger hotel chains which offer a wide range of comfortable accommodation for you and are the perfect starting point for countless excursions.

Polar Museum

The Polar Museum welcomes you with an impressive collection of cultural items. Find out about Norwegian polar expeditions and fishing traditions in the polar regions. A vivid and unique exhibition that you should not miss. Afterward, you can browse the in-house souvenir shop.

Fjellheisen - Cable Car

A ride on the cable car in Tromsdalen promises you a breathtaking view of Tromso. The gondolas take you in only 4 minutes to the observation deck with stunning panoramic views. Enjoy the endless view of islands, fjords, sea, and mountains. You will not be disappointed and with any luck, may see the dancing polar lights over Tromso at night.

Polaria

The Polaria is an exhibition about polar regions and completes your arctic experience. The building, which is designed to be reminiscent of ice floes, is located in close proximity to the city centre and houses a panoramic cinema (with dreamlike polar light shots) and several aquariums. Find out about the inhabitants of the Arctic Ocean and get to know many interesting details about their habitat.

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