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Or why not travel to tiny Sommarøy, where the locals want to introduce a “time-free zone” during summer – as there is daylight at all hours, people don’t abide by the clock anyway (this goes for all of Northern Norway in the summer, really).The alpine Lyngenfjord region close to Tromsø is a paradise for hiking, fishing, and cycling in the middle of the bright night.The Coastal Route continues across the Arctic Circle into the region of Salten, and all the way to Bodø.Not only is the city a major transport hub – Bodø is also an interesting place to explore in itself.Here, you can really talk about an endless day – the sun patrols the sky in almost uniform circles all summer.From the modern town Longyearbyen, which offers a wide range of cultural activities, restaurants, and bars, you can venture into the wild (always with an armed guide) to explore the islands’ Arctic nature, rich wildlife, and old mining towns.Check out exiting museums, marvel at the world’s strongest maelstrom Saltstraumen, travel back in time in Norway’s best-preserved seaside trading post at Kjerringøy, and hike the Børvasstindan mountain range.

It’s tempting to wonder about all the sights and experiences that have been made under the midnight sun through the ages – by people who lived off the sea in the Lofoten and Vesterålen archipelagos, or the Sami reindeer herders of the far north.That’s why, for several weeks, the sun never sets above the Arctic Circle.Svalbard is the place in Norway where the midnight sun occurs for the longest period.But Finnmark county, the kingdom of the king crab, is a massive area with plenty of untouched nature.Along the coast, you can explore glaciers, fjords, and large islands such as Sørøya and Seiland.

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