Tromso is situated right in the centre of the Northern Lights zone and is, therefore, among the best places on earth to observe this natural phenomenon. In order to see the lights, it must be dark and clear which is the main reason that we do not see them between May and August. The best time to look for them is between 6pm and 2am. Some visitors prefer to see the performance from a mountain top shielded from the city’s lights, while others are just as impressed right in the city centre. Either way, you’re guaranteed to have an exciting break in Tromso!
Tromso is called the Gateway to Arctic and capital of the Northern Norway. Visitors throughout the ages were surprised to find intellectual life and current fashions so far up north that the city earned a nickname Paris of the North. You will indeed discover pulsating cultural sites and great nightlife. Tromso also has many excellent restaurants serving dishes based on Arctic ingredients.
It also boasts a breathtaking modern church located overlooking Tromso which defines a modern town which is in touch with its historical past.
We offer various hotels in Tromso, so please call our consultants for best accommodation option.
PRICES & DATES
Price includes return economy class flights, all airport taxes and 3 nights on twin share in standard room at chosen hotel and 3 breakfasts. Please contact us for full excursion listing. Northern Lights excursions run from October and snowmobile and husky safaris from January onwards.
Daily departures from 1 November 2014 to March 2015.
Stay for 3 nights, pay for 2 or Stay 6 nights, pay for 4:
Stay for 3 nights, pay for 2 – from £585 pp (normal price from £680pp)
Stay for 6 nights, pay for 4 – from £765 pp (normal price from £940pp)
Selected Friday-Monday stays from £399 pp including flights.
Valid for Thon Hotel Tromso or Thon Hotel Polar during 1 October-30 March. Subject to availability.
Fly to Tromso via Oslo. Check in to your hotel.
Days 2 and 3
After breakfast you have free time to take optional excursions or just to chill out. Evening excursions are perfect for Northern Lights spotting as you will be outside when the Northern Lights (hopefully) light up the sky. Day time excursions allow you to see the breath-taking scenery of Troms region.
After breakfast it’s time to say goodbye to Tromso and fly home via Oslo with SAS.