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THIS BROCHURE WAS PUBLISHED BY: • Visit Bodø • P.O. Box 514, Tollbugata 13, N-8001 Bodø • Tel. (+47) 75 54 80 10 – www.visitbodo.com PRODUCTION • Editing completed January 2015 • Circulation: 70,000 copies • Languages: Norwegian, English and German • Project Manager: Visit Bodø • Layout/Design: Forretningstrykk AS • PRINTED BY: Stibo Graphic A/S • Cover photo: Ernst Furuhatt ABOUT THIS GUIDE Visit Bodø can accept no responsibility for any e ­ rrors or shortcomings with regard to the ­information or products presented herein. Nor can we accept responsbilty for any changes that may have been made to this information with regard to the specific offers, prices, or ­activities in this catalogue. Changes may have been made after the brochure was printed. Prices given herein are recommended prices only. As of 2015.01.17 the rate of exchange for 1 Euro is NOK 9,15. Should any other party wish to make use of the information in this publication, they may do so only with the express permission of the publisher. This brochure covers only those accommodations and activity providers who themselves have opted to take part. 2

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CONTENTS

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WELCOME TO BODØ

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MAP - SALTEN

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WELCOME TO BODØ

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TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRES

10 WHAT’S ON IN BODØ AND SALTEN

12 ACTIVITIES

20 ATTRACTIONS

24 OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATION

28 DINING

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VISITING BODØ AND SALTEN

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30 KJERRINGØY

34 SALTSTRAUMEN

37 VÆRAN

38 THE CULTURE ROUTE RV 812

40 BEIARN – ADVERTISEMENT

42 MELØY – ADVERTISEMENT

44 STEIGEN – ADVERTISEMENT

GENERAL INFO

46 RECOMMENDED OUTINGS

52 TRANSPORT

56 PRACTICAL INFO

64 FACTS ABOUT BODØ

66 MAP OF BODØ CITY CENTRE

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”NORWAY’S GATEWAY TO THE ARCTIC

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Flying into Bodø, the plane descends over a seascape covering thousands of isles, while the final approach offers a close-up view of the majestic glaciers and peaks guarding this small capital of Norway’s Nordland Province.” National Geograpic Traveler

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WELCOME TO BODØ – ON THE WORLD’S MOST BEAUTIFUL COAST Dazzling midnight sun, the world’s strongest maelstrom, incredible fishing, exciting cave adventures, 18 hole golf course, pristine national parks, island hopping by bike, unique isles and skerries, steamy concerts, flickering northern lights, off-piste skiing, mountain biking, mountains great and small in an alpine landscape, ­paragliding, sea safari, scuba ­diving, kayak paddling along the world’s most beautiful c­ oastline, art exhibitions, festivals, unique travels in time, local traditional fare, prawns and white wine on the breakwater… The list is long, but you have to have been there to understand. All of this right outside a vibrant city which is only a 90 minute flight away from Oslo; a city with shopping malls, gourmet restaurants, cosy cafés, a water park and an airport only five minute’s from the city centre.

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TOURIST INFORMATION Visitors’ address: Tollbugata 13 P.O.Box 319, NO-8001 Bodø, Tel.: (+47) 75 54 80 00 E-mail: turistinfo@bodo.kommune.no

OPENING HOURS

HEAD OFFICE BODØ Off season, Mon.-Fri. 9am to 3.30pm. Sat. and Sun.: Closed Summer season: Mon-Fri. 9am-8pm, Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. noon-8pm. SALTSTRAUMEN (Pluscamp Saltstraumen) Tourist Information open from mid-June to mid-August. Please contact Bodø Tourist Information for opening hours. KJERRINGØY TRADING POST 25 May–25 August: daily 11:00–17:00.

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MISVÆR (MUNICIPAL INFORMATION OFFICE) Open from mid-June to mid-August: Mon.-Fri., 8 am - 3.30 pm.

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WELCOME TO SCANDIC IN BODØ! The Scandic hotels in Bodø have an excellent location—beside the sea and in the centre of Bodø. We are renowned for our delicious breakfasts giving you the best start to your day of adventures. See some spectacular views of the city, Landegode and Lofoten from Roast Restaurant and Bar on the sixteenth floor of Scandic Havet. Scandic Havet (+47) 75 50 38 00 havet@scandichotels.com Scandic Bodø (+47) 75 54 70 00 bodo@scandichotels.com

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WHAT’S ON IN BODØ AND SALTEN? Bodø and Salten offers a wide range of cultural and sporting events together with a number of others like festivals, concerts, handball and football matches, ­exhibitions, organized walks and markets. Details of what’s going on in Bodø ­are available at www.visitbodo.com. The same information is also available on the Bodø App which can be downloaded free of charge from the App Store / Android Market or from here:

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DATE EVENT BODØ

21.-24 January BODØ JAZZ OPEN www.bodojazzopen.no 19.-21 June BODØ YOGAFESTIVAL Yoga festival with instructors and speakers from all over the world, gathered together in the light of the midnight sun. www.bodoyogafestival.no 31 July NORDLAND MUSIKKFESTUKE 9 August Music festival with a classical profile and a large number of premiere performances. Offers unique musical experiences, often in unique surroundings. www.nmfu.no 21-22 August PARKENFESTIVALEN Music festival in Rensåsparken, the park situated only a stone’s throw away from Bodø city centre. www.parkenfestivalen.no BEIARN 15–16 August VILLMARKSDAGAN I BEIARN www.villmarksdagan.no MELØY 7–13 March VINTERFESTIVALEN www.vinterfestivalen.no 28 July– SOMMERDAGAN I MELØY 2 August A music and activity festival with a focus on outdoor events www.meloy.kommune.no STEIGEN 24 July– STEIGEN SAGASPILLUKE 2 August Steigen Sagaspill celebrates its thirtieth anniversary this year and will be staged on 25 and 26 July. www.sagaspill.no

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ACTIVITIES MJELLE “You have to have been there to understand,” sings local folk singer, Terje Nilsen, describing Mjelle in a song. The beaches at Mjelle attract people throughout the summer and are extremely popular for outings at weekends and on fine summer evenings. The children will have enough to do gathering seashells and building sand castles, and ball games in the sand are popular among older visitors. For barbecues you are recommended to bring firewood or cooking gear. Bus nr. 400.

BODØMARKA In Bodømarka you can walk along and exercise on 35 km of floodlit trails, summer and winter, or on the many footpaths near the housing areas. Bodømarka is also well-suited for a number of other activities such as horseback riding, horse and carriage riding, trotting, shooting, orienteering, air sports and water sports.

BESTEMORENGA LEISURE PARK Skiing stadium and slopes, model aircraft facility, trotting course and shooting range. 30 km of groomed floodlit trails. National championships arena. Bodø ­Østre Marksman’s ­Society (Skytterlag) runs a modern shooting range which was completed for the National Marksman’s Meeting in 1991. Electronic targets at both 100 m and 200 m range. 12

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FISHING Bring your fishing rod along and feel the cod and saithe bite, either at ­Saltstraumen or on the rocks just outside of Bodø. ­Several companies offer deep-sea fishing trips on boats ­allowing you to go for the really big ones. Or you may like to make your way up to a quiet trout lake or an exciting salmon river like the Beiar­elva. You are practically guaranteed a catch, summer or winter.

VIEWPOINTS Mount Rønvikfjellet (164 m asl) is an excellent vantage point for viewing the city of Bodø and the midnight sun (2 June – 10 July) as well as the Lofoten ­Islands and Landegode to the north and the Børvastindene peaks to the south. You can drive all the way up, too. Approx. 3 km from the city centre. You can also go half way by bus, on the No. 3 to Vollen. Bus nr. 3. Mount Keiservarden – This is Bodø’s most versatile mountaintop. Named after Kaiser Wilhelm II, who visited the mountain in 1889, Mount Keiservarden has become a cherished destination for walkers due to its close vicinity to the city and its magnificent view. Keiservarden is visited by cyclists, hikers and paragliders and is also popular as a concert venue.

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BATHING SPOTS Popular seaside destinations on warm, sunny days include Geitvågen, Ausvika and Mjelle, all of which are north of Bodø. Soløyvannet lake outside Bodø, and Ursetvika in Misværfjorden are also popular bathing spots. There are also a number of excellent beaches along the Coastal Route. Sandvika beach on the island of Sandhornøya is simply gorgeous.

ACTIVITIES ONE OF NORWAY’S MOST MODERN WATERPARKS

Pools of all shapes and sizes. Exercise pool, diving pool (1 m, 3 m and 5 m diving boards), training and therapy pool, children’s pool, wave pool, outdoor pool, 3 water slides. Open daily. 110

Nordlandsbadet Plassmyrveien 11, Bodø (+47) 75 59 15 00

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One of Norway’s most impressive spa and well-being centres with exclusive furniture and architecture. It has 6 saunas, indoor and outdoor jacuzzis, food, quiet room. Over 18s only. Open daily. 01.01 > 31.12 -

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TREKKING ASSOCIATION CABINS

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We operate 14 fjordside and mountainside cabins. Like Gjælentunet, with rowing boat. Or Tåkeheimen by Svartisen glacier, Lurfjellhytta on Børvasstindan, or Bjellåvasstua at Saltfjellet mountains. 300/0

Bodø og Omegns Turistforening (+47) 75 52 14 13 Sandgata 3, Bodø

post@bot.no www.bot.no

ROYAL BOWLING

Twelve bowling lanes, shuffleboard, pool, snooker and 3D golf simulator. Many amusement machines. Licensed bar. Mon–Thu 11:00– 24:00, Fri–Sat 11:00–1:00, Sun 12:00–24:00.

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Royal Bowling & Biljard (+47) 75 52 88 20 Storgt 2, Bodø

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BALANSEN — TRAINING, HEALTH AND SPA

In central Bodø. Offers training equipment, group sessions, a wellness centre and beauty treatments. A place to relax and get away from it all. 01.01 > 31.12 -

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(+47) 75 53 22 20

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Play golf 24 hours a day! We offer an 18hole golf course of amazingly high standard in natural surroundings that are second to none. We wish you a warm welcome.

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WALKS In and around Bodø you will find a wealth of ­easily accessible hiking terrain. Below are just a few ­suggestions for walks, there are many, many more. The project known as STImuli offers hike cards for walks of varying duration in and around Bodø, which are available at Bodø Tourist Information Centre. BODØSJØEN This is a very popular area for excursions. Bodøsjøen outdoor museum, the mediaeval Bodin Church and the Nordland Culture Centre are just some of the many cultural treasures found in the area. From Bodøsjøen, you can ­follow the nature trail along the Bodøelva River up to the Maskinisten area and the countryside known as Bodømarka. Sturdy footwear and some preparation are advisable. Bus nr. 2.

THE CITY CENTRE AREA The inner harbour is lively in summer, full of fishing and p ­ leasure boats, and ­visitors and locals alike can enjoy fresh prawns on the quayside. Wander along the harbour promenade and feel the hustle and bustle of city life in Bodø. Our

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most distinctive shopping precinct is the Glasshuset arcade, a glass-roofed area of Storgata which houses a wide variety of shops with long opening hours.

NYHOLMS SKANDSE If you have the time, a walk to the Nyholms Skandse f­ ortifications is well worth your while. The walk takes 45-60 min. In addition to viewing the fort, the old, listed lighthouse, Nyholmen Fyr, is worth a closer look. The area is ideal for a ­picnic. Enjoy your food while watching the ship traffic to and from Bodø.

SALTSTRAUMEN In the vicinity of the Saltstraumen Bridge, picnic spots, barbecue areas and footpaths merge harmoniously with the surrounding countryside. The paths are suitable for the physically disabled. There are also marked culture trails where you can see remnants of Stone Age dwellings and graves. Bus nr. 4, 200, 300.

DID YOU KNOW THAT... Bodø is Norway’s Number 1 city for walkers. No other city has so many walkers. 92% of the population go out into the countryside one or more times during the summer. This is because the h ­ iking areas are close by, easily accessible and offer amazing nature e ­ xperiences.

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MOUNTAIN WALKS Mountainous Bodø municipality offers wonderful wilderness opportunities. There are 120 peaks above 700 m in height, and 30 peaks that tower more than 1000 m. You can choose ­between easy walks and demanding rock climbing. The list below describes some of the most popular mountaintops. If you want more detailed information, please contact the local rambler’s association (Bodø og Omegns Turistforening).

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See also www.friluftskart.salten.no for maps showing the ­various routes. See also: www.bot.no – www.godtur.no – www.ut.no

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Kjerringøy handelssted

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Nordlandsmuseet

19 museer i 9 kommuner - 19 museums to visit For våre tilbud og arrangementer / For more information visit

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Hamsunsenteret

sommer/season 01.06 - 20.08 daglig/daily 11-18 åpningstider/opening hours please visit www.hamsunsenteret.no post@nordlandsmuseet.no Tlf: 75 50 35 00

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ATTRACTIONS LANDEGO LIGHTHOUSE The island of Landego is just off the coast of Bodø and is a beautiful natural gem whether bathed in the light of the m ­ idnight sun in the summer, or when the Northern Lights add lustre to the island in winter. In this island realm we find the world’s densest stock of white-tailed eagles, and this magnificent bird is a wonderful sight as it takes off from its nest and soars down towards the fjord in search of fish. Landego lighthouse was built in 1910 to secure the seaward approach to Bodø from Lofoten. Today it has been automated and is still fully operational. It is possible to spend the night at the lighthouse keeper’s or assistant’s residences. The lighthouse is a mere one hour’s boat ride away from Bodø harbour. Further details: www.skagen-hotel.no

BODØ – CITY OF THE SEA EAGLE Bodø is home to the world’s densest stock of white-tailed eagles and the only Sea Eagle Club in the world. You will not find a better guarantee for a meeting with these magnificent birds of prey. You can capture the eagle’s gaze here all year round. Vigilant, perched on high, king of the hill, ruler of all birds, soaring on wings outstretched high in the air, the white-tailed eagle is a sight for sore eyes! Read more at www.havornklubben.no 20

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THE COASTAL ROUTE Along the coast from Bodø to Steinkjer, you can see attractions like Saltstraumen, the Svartisen glacier, the Seven S ­ isters, Mount Torghatten and Leka. The Coastal Route offers a diversity of countryside, charming communities and beautiful sheltered beaches. There are also rivers and fishing lakes, excellent hiking terrain and pleasant picnic spots. Lots of scope for sea fishing and trips out to the islands along the beautiful coastline (like Sørarnøy, Lovund, Træna, Dønna and Vega). The c­oastal route travel handbook contains detailed information on sights and activities, ferries and overnight accommodations. The Fv17 is a wonderfully scenic adventure – perhaps the most beautiful stretch of road in the world. For further information, please visit www.kystriksveien.nog

NYHOLMS SKANDSE The fortifications on the isle of Nyholmen were erected during the war of 1807-14 to protect the factory and settlement on Hundholmen, which was later to become the town of Bodø, against attacks by the English warships blockading the ­ Norwegian coast. The construction of Nyholms Skandse was planned and directed by Captain Friis of the Engineers and completed in 1810. The Fort was armed with 4 twelve-pound and 8 eight-pound cannons. It had a garrison of as many as 150 men, mainly local conscripts. The officers, orderlies, and some of the soldiers came from regiments in Trondheim. Nyholms Skandse has now been restored in accordance with the original plans drawn up by Captain Friis of the Engineers, a task that required over 5 years of energetic voluntary work. The Nyholmen area, including the fortifications, was the City of Bodø’s millennium site.

DID YOU KNOW THAT... The view from Mount Rønvikfjellet overlooking Landegode, with the midnight sun in the background, is one of Norway’s most widely used motifs of all time.

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BREMNES FORT After the bombing of Bodø during World War II, the Germans built this fortress to guard the seaward approach to Bodø. Excellent area for fishing and the outdoor life. A walk up the path to the top of Bremnes is rewarded by a magnificent view of the scenic island of Landegode and the midnight sun (2 June to 10 July). Located approx. 7 km north of Bodø. Take the Rv834. Kjerringøy Trading Post – See Wonderful Kjerringøy on page 28-30. Saltstraumen ­– the world’s strongest tidal current. See page 31-34. Væran – the isles and skerries of Bodø. See page 35. The Culture Route, Fv 812. See page 36-37.

ATTRACTIONS BODØGAARD ART AND CULTURE

One of Norway’s largest privately owned art and cultural centres. Historic art, contemporary art, icons, ethnographic collections, concerts, meetings, courses, party rooms and restaurant. 100

Bodøgaard kunst & kultur (+47) 90 72 08 43 Skeidalen 2, Bodø

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Experience the exciting history of aviation. See famous and notorious aircraft like the U-2 and Spitfire. 3D flight simulator, museum shop, Café Gidsken.


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Nordlandsmuseet Bodøsjøen, Bodø

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BODØSJØEN OPEN AIR MUSEUM - OUTDOOR RECREATION AREA

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WELCOME TO LØP (FARM)

Multimedia show. “Our City” exhibition, thirteenth-century silver treasure, dry aquarium, Sami culture. Open daily in summer, 11:00– 16:00. Winter: Mon–Fri 9:00–15:00. 01.01 > 31.12 01.06 > 31.08

Nordlandsmuseet Prinsensgt 116, Bodø

60/40/10 (+47) 75 50 35 00

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NORDLAND MUSEUM BODØ

Varied programme of contemporary art exhibitions all year round. Art shop offering gifts ranging from glass, ceramics, textiles, paintings, graphic art and jewellery to art books. 01.01 > 31.12 -

Bodø kunstforening Storgata 9, Bodø

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50/0 (+47) 75 52 23 22

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OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATION CLARION COLLECTION HOTELL GRAND

Central location. Convenient for all the sights. We serve simple suppers, coffee/tea throughout the day and waffles in the afternoon.

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Bodø’s newest and highest hotel, on the quayside, in central Bodø. Renowned for its excellent breakfasts and spectacular views. We look forward to seeing you!


CITY HOTELL BODØ

Pleasant, reasonably-priced homely hotel with a relaxed atmosphere. In central Bodø near Hurtigruten, the train station, ferries and the airport. We look forward to seeing you! 01.01 > 31.12 -

City Hotell Bodø Storgata 39, Bodø

(+47) 75 52 04 02

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RADISSON BLU HOTEL

City-centre location. Small craft harbour, shopping, restaurants and bars nearby. Relaxed atmosphere, nice rooms and excellent breakfast buffet. Panoramic rooftop bar! We look forward to seeing you 01.01 > 31.12 -

Radisson Blu Hotel Storgata 2, Bodø

(+47) 75 51 90 00

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SCANDIC BODØ

A very comfortable hotel in the centre of Bodø with several larger rooms suitable for families. Renowned for its hospitality, breakfast buffet and good atmosphere. 01.01 > 31.12 -

Scandic Bodø Sjøgata 23, Bodø

(+47) 75 54 70 00

rica.hotel.bodo@rica.no www.rica.no/hotelbodo

SKAGEN HOTEL

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BODØ HOTELL

A small, family-run hotel with a big heart in the centre of Bodø. Jensen beds, flat screen TV and free WiFi. Delicious breakfast buffet. Free tea and coffee. 01.01 > 31.12 -

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THON HOTELL

Centrally located by the small craft harbour and pier in the centre of Bodø. The hotel has beautiful views of the Lofotveggen Mountains and the Hurtigruta ships that sail past. 01.01 > 31.12 -

Thon hotell Moloveien 14, Bodø

(+47) 75 53 19 00

nordlys@thonhotels.no www.thonhotels.no/nordlys

Welcome to the Norwegian Aviation Museum. Experience our exciting aviation history. See famous, illustrious planes like the Spitfire, Starfighter and the U-2 spy plane up close. Flight simulator with 3D - Café – Museum shop.

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www.musikkfestuka.no

Musikalske Utsikter (Musical Views) Musikalske Utsikter is an app-based experience where two of Bodø’s top attractions, nature and music, are presented in a new and exciting way. Musicians from Bodø were invited to write music for different view­ points in and around Bodø. This music will then be added to an app that will also feature walking routes, information about the places and the artists, sharing on social media, etc. What makes this app special is that the music can only be activated when you are at the actual geographical place. This means that you have to go to Keiservarden to hear the work of Bjørn Andor Drage, to Mjelle to listen to Kråkesølv, to the pier to hear the music of Tore Johansen and right up to the summit of Per Karlsatind to hear the music of Susanne Lundeng.

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RESTAURANT BJØRK

One of Bodø’s biggest restaurants with several sections and outdoor tables. Centrally located in Glasshuset. Pleasant informal atmosphere for everyday dining or bigger occasions. 01.01 > 31.12 -

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FARMORS STUE

A small, cosy café with a 40’s and 50’s style – just like when Grandma was young – serving home-made food based on local, organic ingredients. 01.01 > 31.12 -

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MON AMI RESTAURANTS

Breakfast – Lunch – Dinner. Lots of tasty treats and a good atmosphere. You can find us at City Nord and in Glasshuset.

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ROAST RESTAURANT AND BAR

Have an à la carte lunch or dinner while enjoying the best views in Bodø. On the top floor of the Scandic Havet. Open every day.

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WONDERFUL KJERRINGØY Kjerringøy, a half hour’s drive from Bodø, is a pearl on the Nordland coast. A picturesque, coastal-alpine landscape sheltered from the ocean by a garland of small islands, islets and rocks, it is renowned for films shot there based on the works of Knut H ­ amsun, for the art of Karl Erik Harr and for the songs of Halvdan S ­ ivertsen. In this compact and varied coastal landscape we find every­thing from sheer mountain faces and shiny, white, sandy beaches, to vibrant farming communities and the historical Kjerringøy Trading Post. Surrounded by listed areas and other wonders of nature, Kjerringøy offers the visitor unique adventures. Whether you seek hair-raising challenges in precipitous m ­ ountains, dreamy boat trips or just a quiet walk, in Kjerringøy you can prepare yourself for a true adventure. Location: The Fv 834 road, 40 km north of Bodø. 10 minute ferry crossing, Festvåg-Misten. Bus nr. 400 Check out www.torghatten-nord.no for scheduled transport services. For more info. Check out www.kjerringoy.info 30

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DID YOU KNOW THAT... Bodø and Salten can boast the greatest number of annual hours of daylight in the world. Even though the area is north of the arctic circle, and there is midnight sun in the summer, there is no polar night here because of the tilt of the Earth, and the area therefore enjoys magical light conditions, in addition to the northern lights, throughout the winter. This is why Salten has acted like a magnet on artists. They come here in search of the enchanting daylight c­ onditions. Bodø by Light.

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WELCOME TO SALTSTRAUMEN Saltstraumen, the world’s strongest maelstrom. Sea fishing, sea eagle safaris and historical adventures in the world’s strongest tidal current. See one of the wonders of the world at close quarters, as an onlooker on the shore, or in a boat with a ­local guide. The phenomenon occurs every 6 hours when almost 400 million cubic metres of water pass through the 3 km long and 150 metre wide strait between the Saltenfjord and the Skjerstadfjord at speeds of up to 20 knots. If you stay in Saltstraumen, we guarantee you a visit that will be hard to forget. Tide tables are available at www.visitbodo.com

ANCIENT MONUMENTS NEAR SALTSTRAUMEN Many legends and myths, some of them thousands of years old, have originated from the area near the Saltstraumen current. Best-known is the brutal saga of Raud the Strong and the Viking King Olav Tryggvason’s campaign to convert Norway to Christianity.

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The earliest known traces of human settlement date back 10 000 years, and the reason why people lived by the Saltenfjord was the unusually abundant stocks of fish and seabirds found there. The burial mounds found at Saltstraumen highlight the importance of travel through the strait during the Iron Age. For the same reason many military installations were built along the Saltstraumen strait during World War II. Man has always been able to harvest sustenance in Saltstraumen. Even though the surroundings have changed in character, practically everything below the surface has remained unchanged. In spite of 10,000 years of struggle against ever more ingenious ­fishing gear, the fish are still just as eager to bite today. At Tuv, Straum and Ripnes you can wander along well-marked trails among unique ancient monuments.

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BODØ’S ISLES AND SKERRIES Just off Bodø we find “Væran,” a unique group of i­sles and skerries that are accessible all year round. Like a miniature version of the Nordland coast, Væran is perfect for island hopping, sailing and kayaking. This remarkable land­scape consists of several hundred isles, rocks and skerries. Helligvær alone consists of 365 islands, one for every day of the year. From the quay in Bodø city centre, daily fast passenger boats will take you quickly out to a part of the world’s most beautiful coastline where you can practically feel that time stands still.

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THE CULTURE ROUTE RV 812 – MISVÆR / SKJERSTAD The Culture Route, Rv 812, cuts through n ­ arrow valleys, across mountains and through scenic ­coastal countryside. Past and present are found side by side. Cultural monuments abound, including burial mounds, ruins and other traces of settlement dating thousands of years back in time. People have made a living here on what nature has to o ­ ffer. This is how traditions are made.

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Located in the heart of Misvær’s beautiful cultural landscape. Enjoy the fragrance and taste of herbs in the garden or at the Vikka­ stua, where light lunches or baking from our wood-fired oven are served.

DID YOU KNOW... that Saltstraumen has been elected one the Wild Wonders of Europe due to its impressive marine flora and fauna, and its untamed currents.

MAGIC SALTSTRAUMEN In this remarkable building you find Saltstraumen’ s hidden and exciting stories through photographs and films. There is also a spectacular restaurant with great view to the worlds strongest tidal current and a small souvenir shop. Norwegian salmon are to be on display in the outdoor pool. FB Magic Saltstraumen | Tel. (+47) 75 56 00 84 | Mobile. (+47) 915 40 915 E-mail: saltstraumen@magicnorth.no | www.magicnorth.no www.visitbodo.com

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– hospitable and lively Beiarfjellet with the Svartisen and Saltfjellet National Park, spectacular fjords, enormous potholes, mountain peaks and glaciers that are over 1000 m (3280 ft). Numerous trails, salmon and trout jumping in the river, skiing trails, all-year skiing trails, hunting, exciting cave tours, the folk museum, the only stave church in Northern Norway, mountain pastures for goats, art studios, sculptural landscapes, places to stay overnight, a good selection of places to eat and lots more…

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ADVERTISEMENT ENGENBREEN/SVARTISEN Join us on a glacier hike on the second largest glacier in Norway. Register at Rocks’n Rivers, email: post@rocksnrivers.no As well as glacier hiking, there is a path up to the Tåkeheimen cabin, which was named the Norwegian Trekking Association’s most inaccessible cabin in 2014.

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1127 steps! A tough, airy trip that starts over the suspension bridge and continues up the mountainside in Fykandalen. 335 metres (1100 feet) from the bridge to the top of the stairs. Starting point: Come off the FV17 between the Svartis tunnel and the Fykan tunnel, drive along the water’s edge as far as the first tunnel and turn left for the car park.

STØTT Many wonderful experiences out among the islands. Nice to stay, eat and sleep in and nice just to be there. Beautiful places to visit, for example Støtt, Bolga, Meløya and Åmnes.

LAHKO NATIONAL PARK Lahko National Park, an inviting, mountainous area that is easily accessible via Fjellveien from Sundsfjord or Glomfjord/Fykan. T-marked and other marked paths. Storglomvassdammen and Holmvassdammen. www.visitbodo.com

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WELCOME TO STEIGEN An hour’s ride north of Bodø on the express passenger boat, you will find unique isles and skerries, long fjords, river valleys, agricultural areas, cultural landscapes and woodlands. The eventful local history includes human settlement dating back to the Stone Age. Here you will also find traces of Viking chieftains and their homesteads, Hålogaland’s mediaeval court of justice, the venerable businesses of the merchants and mighty German fortresses.

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Steigen Steigen with its panoramic views of the entire Lofotveggen (Lofoten Wall) is a hidden gem.

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From Bodø it is also easy to take day trips out to the beautiful isles and skerries. Kjerringøy old trading post is a popular place for outings and is less than an hour’s drive from Bodø. Catch the express boat to Støtt Brygge in Meløy, or go ashore near the church in Gildeskål. Spend a day or three in beautiful Steigen or Lofoten, before returning to the city of Bodø, jam-packed with cultural events and activities, nightlife and good food. See visitbodo.com for more recommended outings in beautiful Nordland.

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HISTORIC ARCHIPELAGO AND ‘RORBU’ FISHERMEN’S CABIN HOLIDAY KJERRINGØY - REINE - BORG - STOKMARKNES - ANDENES Just outside Bodø is Kjerringøy and Norway’s best preserved trading post. Continue by ferry to Lofoten, taste freshly caught cod from your fishing trip on the Vestfjord and learn about the Vikings at the museum in Borg. Follow the National Tourist Route, but take a detour to Eggum for the midnight sun, or Reine for views of the Kirkefjord – voted the most beautiful in Norway. SVALBARD s / best preserved fishing villages. Sleep in a traditional ‘rorbu’ cabin in Nusfjord, one of Norway’ SPITSBERGEN Press on to bustling Svolvær, or ­Henningsvær with its arctic seafood. Visit the 1956 Hurtigruten Ny Ålesund boat MS F ­ innmarken, now permanently on land as a museum ship in the port of Stokmarknes. Longyearbyen

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TRANSPORT Further information about bus, passenger boat and ferry schedules is available at www.177nordland.no. You may also like to download the time­table app for smart phones, search for: 177 Nordland. For information about timetables by ­phone, please ring 177 when you are in Nordland, or (+47) 75 77 24 10 when elsewhere. AIR TRAVEL Bodø Airport is located just 2 km outside of the city centre. ­There are many direct flights to other Norwegian airports including many daily flights to Oslo. There are also daily flights to Trondheim, the Helgeland coast, Lofoten and Tromsø. During the summer there are several flights a week to and from Bergen. www.avinor.no

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FAST PASSENGER BOATS The fast passenger boat service is very good. Choose between daily round trips among the fantastic isles and skerries around Bodø, or explore fascinating places in Helgeland, Steigen and the Lofoten Islands. A marvellous area for island hopping. Why not combine your boat trip with cycling, hiking, canoeing, kayaking or fishing? Further information and tickets: The Central Terminal in Bodø, No. 3 Sjøgt. Tel.: (+47) 917 14 203 E-mail: ekspedisjonen@thn.no or Nordland county travel info Tel.: 177. www.torghatten-nord.no

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CAR FERRIES The popular car ferry will make your journey between Bodø and the ­Lofoten Islands (Moskenes) a lot easier. Some of the sailings also visit the islands of Værøy and Røst. It is possible to make reservations for vehicles and/or ­parties all year round on the ­internet at www.torghatten-nord.no or at the ferry booking office on: Tel.: (+47) 908 20 700 Further information, Torghatten Nord AS (Ltd): Tel.: (+47) 908 20 700 E-mail: fergebooking@thn.no or Nordland c­ ounty travel info Tel.: 177.

TRAINS Bodø is the most northerly destination on the Norwegian railway. There are daily morning and evening trains to/from Trondheim/Oslo. From Bodø/Fauske, there are bus connections to Narvik, with train connections to Sweden. Opening hours, NSB Salg Bodø (train station ticket office): ­Mon-Fri 09:10-16:10. Closed on Sat-Sun. and holidays. Waiting room: Mon-Fri 07:30-09:10 pm, Sat. 09:00–21:10, Sun. 09:00-09.10. It is also possible to purchase tickets from the ­ticket machine in the waiting room. Ticket office: Tel.: (+47) 23 62 17 90. For information about tickets and reservations, please call Tel.: (+47) 815 00 888 or www.nsb.no

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All car types to rent: standard cars, vans and minibuses. Explore one of the most beautiful, picturesque areas of Norway. We would be delighted to help you! 01.01 > 31.12 -

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Rent a car from Budget Bilutleie and enjoy the beautiful Helgeland coast, Kjerringøy and Saltstraumen, or Steigen and Lofoten! Contact us and let us make things easy for you! 01.01 > 31.12 -

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PRACTICAL INFORMATION DOCTOR’S SURGERY / EMERGENCY ROOM (ER) The ER telephone line is open 24 hours a day. The surgery is open from 15:30 – 08:00 on weekdays. Otherwise 24 hours a day. ­Location: Bodø Spektrum, Plassmyrveien. Tel.: (+47) 75 55 70 00.

EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS: Police: 112 Fire: 110 Medical Assistance 113

POLICE Bodø police station is located at No. 81 Kongens gt., 8006 Bodø.

FROM A TO Z

OTHER TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRES IN NORDLAND Location Brønnøysund Mosjøen Sandnessjøen Mo i Rana Meløy Svolvær, Lofoten Sortland, Vesterålen Hamsuns Rike Narvik

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Telephone Web 75 01 80 00 www.visithelgeland.com 75 01 80 00 www.visithelgeland.com 75 04 45 00 www.visithelgeland.com 75 13 92 00 www.visithelgeland.com 75 75 48 88 www.visitmeloy.no 76 07 05 75 www.lofoten.info 76 11 14 80 www.visitvesteralen.com 958 76 306 www.hamsuns-rike.no 76 96 56 00 www.destinationnarvik.com

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BANK SERVICES In Bodø the most common currencies can be exchanged at the Post Office Bank at No. 9, Havnegata (see map on p. 20). Open Mon.-Fri. 09:00-17:00, Sat.10:00 -14:00. There are cash machines at several locations throughout the city and at the shopping centres. BICYCLE HIRE Bodø Tourist Information Centre Tel.: (+47) 75 54 80 00 www.visitbodo.com Matkroken Sirilund, Kjerringøy Tel.: (+47) 75 51 13 00 / (+47) 918 57 800

BOAT HIRE Pluscamp Saltstraumen, Saltstraumen Tel.: (+47) 75 58 75 60 / (+47) 900 98 362 www.saltstraumen-camping.no

STORMEN PUBLIC LIBRARY Public library with books, newspapers, periodicals, local history, ­internet, audiobooks, CDs and DVDs for adults and children. Open: Mon.-Sun. (summer Mon.-Fri.). Tel.: (+47) 75 55 61 00 E-post: post@bodo.folkebibl.no www.stormen.no/bibliotek

CANOE HIRE Matkroken Sirilund, Kjerringøy Tel.: (+47) 75 51 13 00 / (+47) 918 57 800

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DRAINAGE STATIONS FOR MOBILE TOILETS Rønvik Veiservice, Rønvikleira, Tel.: (+47) 75 55 00 00 Tverlandet Veiservice, Tverlandet, Tel.: (+47) 75 50 77 40

GAS FOR CARAVANS/ CAMPER VANS Rønvik Veiservice, Rønvikleira, Tel.: (+47) 75 55 00 00 Ess-partner AS, No. 1 Rønvikfjæra, Tel.: (+47) 75 58 68 78

LUGGAGE DEPOSIT BOXES Bodø Railway Station: Open Monday to Friday 07:30-21:10 pm, Saturday 09:00-21:10 and Sunday 09:00– 21:10. Central Terminal: Open Monday to Friday 07:00-21:00, Saturday 09:00-21:00, Sunday 12:00 –21:00. Bodø Airport: Open Monday to Friday 04:00-01:00, Saturday 04:00-18:00, Sunday 04:00-01:00. 1 75 54 58 00.

PARKING There are two parking zones in central Bodø. Green Zone: parking fee per hour, no time limit, 08:00–16:00 (08:00–15:00). Red Zone: parking fee per hour, one hour limit, 08:00–16:00 (08:00–15:00 ). Some private parking lots are more expensive than the public ones and fees apply 24 hours a day. Long term parking for a fee: Bodø Airport and the Bodø Terminal at the Hurtigrute docks.

CAMPER VAN PARKING (FEE PAYABLE): Kvartal 99, near the County Council administration building. Rønvik Veiservice, Rønvikleira, Tel.: (+47) 75 55 00 00

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INDOOR CAR PARKS The Glasshuset (the glass arcade) is open 06:00–21:00. The Sentrumsgården is open 24 hours a day.

PAY PHONES Pay phones accept either coins or phone cards. Phone cards are sold at most kiosks and in some shops. To make international calls from Norway, dial 00 + country code + telephone number.

TIMETABLES AND SCHEDULES FOR NORDLAND: Tel.: 177 If you are ringing from anywhere other than Nordland, please call Tel.: (+47) 75 77 24 10 or visit www.177nordland.com

TOLL ROADS An electronic toll station has been set up at Tverlandet and Godøystraumen on the road from Bodø to Saltstraumen. NOK 21 per passage for vehicles under 3500 kg, NOK 42 for those over. At Strømsnes on the road between Bodø and Fauske (the Fv 80), NOK 27 per passage for vehicles under 3500 kg, NOK 54 for ­those over. (Discount for AutoPASS holders). You can also pay on the internet, in cash at selected service ­stations, or on receipt of an invoice. Further information on toll stations is available at www.veipakkesalten.no. Arrangements are also available for foreign visitors to Norway, please see ”Visitors Payment” at www.autopass.no

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WAITING ROOMS Waiting rooms at the ferry/Hurtigrute terminal Open 24 hours a day all year round. The waiting rooms are ­monitored by closed circuit TV. Bodø Railway Station: Monday to Friday 07:30-21:10, Saturday 09:00-21:10, Sunday 09:00-21:10. The Central Terminal: Monday to Friday 07:00-21:10, Saturday 09:00 -21:00, Sunday 12:00 -21:00.

WASH ROOMS The Port Authority service building (on the ground floor of M ­ olostua, by the breakwater) offers a number of facilities for ­visitors, including showers, WC and washing machines Tel.: (+47) 908 98 020. Open 08:00-23:00. If locked, please call the number posted on the door.

GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT NORTHERN NORWAY NordNorsk Reiseliv AS / Northern Norway Tourist Board Tel.: (+47) 901 77 500 E-mail: post@nordnorge.com www.nordnorge.com

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Arctic Menu: A network of 45 restaurants and ­eating houses in North Norway and Svalbard. All of these ­establishments place emphasis on local fare and serve the best ingredients available at any time of the year. Read more at www.arktiskmeny.no

The ”Olavsrosa” Seal of Quality: The Norwegian ­Heritage seal of quality, the Olavsrosa (St. Olav’s Rose,) shows the way to unique experiences deeply rooted in Norwegian cultural heritage. Further information is ­available at www.olavsrosa.no

Eco-certified Business: Businesses and undertakings that undergo an eco-analysis and sub­sequently fulfil predefined demands can b ­ ecome certified Eco-­lighthouses. Please refer to www.miljofyrtarn.no

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SUMMER Always be prepared for changes in weather conditions; it’s better to wear too much clothing than too little, so that you can have a great time without worrying about whether you’ll be cold. Summer temperatures can reach as high as 25 °C, and as low as 8 °C. Check the weather forecast and be prepared. In summer, we recommend a combination of lightweight and warm clothing. Windproof and water-repellent outer layers are recommended, as are good walking shoes or mountain boots. WINTER The list on the left is useful advice when planning your winter clothing in Northern Norway.

SHOES

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FACTS ABOUT BODØ Longitude: 14˚23’ East Latitude: 67˚17’ North Population: 50 090 (01.01.2015) First known resident of Bodø: Carl Johan Gerss Important commercial activities: Trade, defence, transport, health services, education, and local administration. No. of voluntary org. and societies: 500 Midnight sun: June 2nd – July 10th Polar night: Dec. 15th-29th Average temperature: Mean temperature: 4.6˚ C Average July temperature: 13.6˚ C Average January temperature: -2.1˚ C 64

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Distribution of acreage: Arable land: Woodland: Other:

6.1 % 22.8 % 71.1 %

Mountains:

Lurfjelltind: Børvasstindene: Steigtind: Heggmotind:

1284 m (up to) 1176 m 793 m 798 m

Largest islands:

Landegode: 30 km2 Straumøya: 29 km2 Knaplundsøya: 6,3 km2

Saltstraumen: the world’s strongest maelstrom. Every six hours, 400 mill m3 of water rushes through a ­narrow sound. Conservation areas: Gåsvatnan reserve* Karlsøyvær nature reserve Bliksvær nature reserve Strandå and Os countryside reserve Østerdalen reserve* Strandåvassbotn nature reserve Ljønesøya nature reserve Saltfjellet Svartisen National Park* Myrnesset nature reserve

53.1 km2 50 km2 49 km2 16.7 km2 13.6 km2 6.3 km2 3.5 km2 1,9 km2 0.2 km2

* Applies to the part of the conservation zone situated ­within the boundaries of the borough of Bodø. The world’s largest breeding stock of white-tailed eagles is found in and around Bodø.

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