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A Hot Time in the Arctic Circle

Conventions

With seven convention centres that double as hotels, Tromso can accommodate international conferences big and small. Most of the centres are close to the city centre for convenient exploration in down time. The Radisson Blu Hotel Tromso holds up to 650 patrons in the theatre and has 259 guest rooms. For a smaller gathering, the Scandic Tromso holds up to 600 patrons and holds 147 guest rooms. A three-minute walk from the Scandic Tromso is the Polarhallen convention centre that holds up to 3600 people.

Dining

Aunegården was a butcher shop but currently has world renowned cakes as well as bacalao, too. For a European flair visit De 4 Roser and enjoy a coffee with a hearty lunch. With an “extreme sports” theme, Flyt is an experience for the adventurous diner. It has frozen beer glasses so your brew is refreshing from start to finish as well as homemade burgers to keep a belly warm.

Shopping

Not far from many Tromso hotels, Nerstranda is a shopping centre that offers three levels of shops. Consumers can purcahse the latest fashions or items for their home. Lastly, Storgata is the main street for shopping with a bookstore (Bokhuset Libris), a candy store (Taras), and a shabby-chic Norweigean shop (Britt's Boutique).

Major Points of Interest

Located within the same building as a brewery the Blåst Glass Blowing Hut has live glass-blowing demonstrations as well as a shop offering functional as well as artistic glassware. Home to the northernmost university, botanical garden, and cathedral, Tromso makes its impression on the world. Between 6 p.m. and midnight each evening visitors can enjoy the Northern Lights so long as the sky is clear and there is some storm activity.

Sports

Located in upper Norway, Tromso offers fishing and hunting expeditions. Travellers can rent equipment or coordinate a day trip via their Tromso Hotel and enjoy hunting fish and game in the region. From late May through Late July there is 24 hours of daylight so be sure to plan accordingly.

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