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A 5 hour cruise through the fjords & out into the sea, the captain & tour guides were both very informative & accommodating. The cruise was highlight of our 5 day trip & would definitely do it again, though in December/January to hopefully see some...More
The fjords are worth the visit in the winter! We did the fjord minibus excursion with artic explorers. It was worth it even though it was cold (-8) and windy (15m/s). We saw white-tailed eagles, a frozen fjord (on which we took a walk), a...More
the fjords here didn't seem all that different from many elsewhere along the coast of Norway. I'm not sure why this deserves a separate TA review page. I'm guessing that 99.99% of the tourists in Tromso didn't go there because of the fjords and I'm...More
Yes, Tromsø Fjords are impressive and beautiful as you heard from others!
And stoping from time to time to take breathtaking photos, to admire the landscapes and to relax your mind it’s a must even when the temperature is not quite friendly.
Talk about falling asleep with mass boredom. The town of tromso is like its on deaths door. The people there look like zombies and everything is three times the price of anywhere else in Europe. A basic pizza costs £32.a double whopper meal cost £16.80...More
They are magnificent with the water so clear, I had travelled from Abisko to Tromso on the train which was a lovely journey so observed the change of scenery from Sweden to Norway, which was quite dramatic. The Fjord at Tromso was busy with a...More
A trip around the Fjords is a must for anyone visiting Tromso. We took an artic trip by bus and saw plenty of wildlife native to Norway - Moose/Reindeer included. The Fjords were incredible. So much to take in and breath taking in the snow....More
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Hi, We did Tromso last February, but we did it as part of a cruise on P&O Oriana. Tromso is a very nice town, the local people are very friendly and helpful. There were local boats in the harbour that did tours of the area... More
Hi, We did Tromso last February, but we did it as part of a cruise on P&O Oriana. Tromso is a very nice town, the local people are very friendly and helpful. There were local boats in the harbour that did tours of the area. I'm sure if you ask at the local tourist information ctr they will point you in the right direction. Hope you get to see the Northern Lights. They are such a sight to see.