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Best parks in Norwegian Sea

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“During the summer this is an excellent place to chill out and get some sun. Also possible to take a bath, or just take a small bbq. ”
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Recreation Center
“The world's northernmost park with wildlife. You will find bear, wolf, wolverine, lynx, moose (elk), reindeer, muskox, red deer and livestock. It also has a long zip-line open during summer season. ”
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Other Great Outdoors
“Tromsø Wilderness Center do guided trips such as dog sledding, reindeer sledding, whale safari (if correct season) and northern lights chasing. They also serve great local food. Beware, you probably need to book in advance, as it's quite popular. ”
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“Nice and quiet plantation. in the middle you will find some ponds with ducks and swans. Also there is the memorial to all those who lost there life at sea during world war 2.”
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Park
“Norways first national park, and home to some stunning scenery. Guiding can be arranged.”
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Theme Park
“En nöjespark som passar både stora som små. Otroligt stort och varierat utbud på attraktionerna. Rent och snyggt. Många av våra gäster köper inträdesbiljett för mera än en dag. Nära till Jeppo Guesthouses.”
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National Park
“With over 250 mountains of almost 2000 meters high, including the 2469 meters Galdhøpiggen, Jotunheimen offers nature at its peak. Hike, bike, climb or ski. Flow with rivers and listen to waterfalls.”
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Park
“Hatanpää Arboretum is picturesque park close to Lake Pyhäjärvi with rare trees, plants and swamp. ”
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History Museum
“At Ringve music museum you can get a guided tour through the Norwegian music history and experience how music and instruments have developed over time. The museum also has an outdoor botanic garden.”
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“Hyvin hoidetut polut, nuotiopaikka, ravintola Kankimäen kioskilla, lähtöpaikassa. ”
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Garden
“Here you can enjoy part of the world`s great botanical diversity and learn more about it. The garden is around 32 acres and opened as part of the university in 1973.Beautiful area in the spring/summer”
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“A nice playground for the kids. You can play football, volleyball and disc golf. There is also a running court and an outdoor fitness park. ”
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“We recommend a visit to Tromsø Botanic Garden. Obviously this is best on summer days.”
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“Here you also find a cosy restaurant. Crowded on sunny days, but well worth it ! ”
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“Go for a picknick by the sea, you won't regret it. The endless rocks are polished and flat. About 1 h 10 min drive from Nänsjö.”
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