Settled among the idyllic landscape of mountains and fjords and perfect for City Breaks, Tromso is a beautiful and diverse location filled with Norwegian charm. The largest city in the north of Norway is often referred to as the “Paris of the North” due to it being a sophisticated metropolis burgeoning with art, elegance and culture. Tromso has long been known as the perfect location to hunt for the dancing lights of the Aurora Borealis as the dark winter skies give a clear canvas on which these spectacular, colourful hues often appear. We have several holidays that centre upon finding the perfect spot in which to relax and wait for the Northern Lights in Tromso. Winter months in provide a remarkable backdrop to unique and unforgettable holidays. From husky sledding to snowboarding, City Breaks in Tromso come into their own in this spectacular winter wonderland.
City Breaks in Tromso
So Much To See and Do
The areas around Tromso are perfect for several types of outdoor activities and The Mighty Fine Company tailor-makes tours that take advantage of this landscape. Snow-frosted mountains envelop the city and provide the opportunity for adventurous visitors to enjoy hiking and climbing. The alpine border also presents numerous trails, which are perfect for walks among some of the world’s most stunning scenery on City Breaks in Tromso. During the summer months, other activities include horse riding and sightseeing.
In brilliant contrast, the city of Tromso itself offers an abundance of shops and cafés, and visitors can often find themselves in the midst of one of the several festivals that take place throughout the year. In such an inspirational city, it is no surprise to find many musical events taking place, and it is home to the Tromso Symphony Orchestra, which often performs in the concert hall and other various venues. Tromso, is also filled with history and there are several museums and indigenous villages that give an insight into its remarkable past. And City Breaks in Tromso are never complete without meeting the native wildlife, such as Bearded Seals, reindeer, and probably the most favoured Tromsø creature of them all, the Killer Whale.