Welcome to the Narvik region
The perfect destination to start your holiday in Northern Norway, it being an exceptional opportunity for any family who is seeking meaningful quality time together, friends who wants to fill up with new experiences or couples who want to enjoy the relaxation of the arctic nature.
Are you looking for some inspiration for things to do in the Narvik region during your stay? Here are our top picks to help you make the most of your holiday.
Travel to Narvik
Harstad/Narvik Airport Evenes (EVE) is situated approximately 57 km away from the town center of Narvik, and it takes about 50 minutes to reach there by car. There are at least six daily flights from Oslo (OSL) to Evenes (EVE). Express buses to Narvik are available for most of the flight arrivals from Oslo.
The Tromsø International Airport, located north of Narvik, is approximately a 4-hour journey away. It provides excellent connectivity options for transportation to Narvik.
The domestic airport, Bardufoss Airport (BDU), is situated around 102 km away from Narvik town center, and it takes approximately 1.5 hours to reach there by car.
The airport in Kiruna (SWE) is situated about 187 km away from Narvik town center, and it takes around 2.5 hours to reach there by car. To obtain additional information or to purchase tickets, please visit Norwegian & SAS websites.
To travel to Narvik by train, take a direct train from Stockholm, Sweden, for an 18-hour journey through the beautiful nature of central Sweden, Lappland, and Norway's mountains. The night train is a popular option. For tickets and details, visit www.vy.se.
You can take long-distance services to reach Narvik from Bodø, Lofoten, and Tromsø all year round. The journey from Tromsø to Narvik by bus takes approximately 4 hours, while the journey from Lofoten Islands to Narvik takes approximately 3 hours and 45 minutes. The journey from Bodø to Narvik takes around 6 hours by bus. These bus services offer a convenient and affordable transportation option for travelers looking to explore the beautiful region of Narvik and its surrounding areas.
Driving in Norway is truly a beautiful experience, offering stunning landscapes and many scenic drives. One way to get to Narvik is by car, either via E6, which is Norway's main north-south road, or via E10 from Lofoten or Sweden. Both of these routes offer breathtaking views and the opportunity to take in the natural beauty of the region. If you decide to take a road trip to Narvik, be sure to plan your route carefully and allow plenty of time to stop and enjoy the sights along the way. Whether you are coming from within Norway or from abroad, driving is a great way to explore all that Narvik has to offer at your own pace.
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Experience the Arctic Lights
Nights that last for 20 hours and a total absence of sun for many weeks. When
Photographing the Northern Lights
Truth be told, nothing is as photogenic as the Northern Lights. However,
Dog sledding is the perfect way to experience the arctic wilderness! Behind a pack of happy husky tails, you enter deep into the mountains, with only the sound of drooping paws against the snow..
Winter offers an ideal opportunity to explore fresh arts and cultural encounters. Take full advantage of the season by immersing yourself in the finest museums, galleries, and historical activities available in the area.
Experience the traditional Arctic Cusine - fresh, traditional & modern. The Narvik region has in recent years established itself as a food destination with varied restaurants and some of the region's best wilderness chefs.
Experience the ultimate in comfortable living, whether you choose to stay in the heart of the ski resort or the bustling city, both offering panoramic views of the stunning fjord and majestic mountains. Enjoy skiing in an urban setting with the convenience of having all the city's amenities within easy reach.