SophiaThe Tromsø Cable Car is located on the opposite side of the New Town from the Old Town. I heard that bus 26 can go to the cable car station. We can park outside the station by driving. Since we have received a ticket for parking before, the parking ticket must be bought. Here is to first use the credit card to authorize the purchase of the budgeted hours, and then swipe the card once more for settlement. The cable car that runs every half an hour costs 190 Norwegian dollars back and forth ~ it's a good deal~ Go up and take pictures on the platform under the strong wind to see the panoramic view of Tromso. If you look carefully, you can see the glass library in the old city from the lens. However, the wind was so cold and the hands were stiff for a while, and he stayed for less than 10 minutes. If you are afraid of the cold, you can go to the view restaurant next door to enjoy the meal while the environment is very good, but the taste is poor. In December, you can basically see the sunset when you go up at 12 noon, and it has changed to night scene at 2 pm. Tromso is a particularly recommended attraction.
翱翔的大鲨鱼It is in the city center of Tromso. It has a history of more than two hundred years. The church itself is small, very regular, typical Gothic architecture, very beautiful in the night, and the surrounding buildings are also very distinctive.
恰似您的温柔Tromso, Norway ◆Best time to watch the aurora: December. Tromso, a city in northern Norway, is located within the Arctic Circle
It happens to be in the center of the aurora belt. As long as the weather is clear and there is little wind and clouds, you can basically see the aurora!
The northern lights or Aurora Borealis have been the source of fascination for mankind for thousands of years. Whether you’ve seen them on TV or in real life, these incredible moving curtains of light in the night sky seem even better than the best modern CGI! The lights begin as high as 96km where blue is typically seen, while the green curtains of lights occur higher at 240km and red-colored curtains are seen even higher. Typically oxygen produces yellow and green shades while nitrogen gives off red-violet and blue. The northern lights are generally associated with green, pink, yellow, violet, blue, orange and white colors.
The sky suddenly got covered up by the waving curtain, shining up the elvish light over the little town
After waiting 1 hour with the winter cold .. The lady Aurora shown above the sky . Tromsø is the city with beautiful view not only day time but also night time .. Good chance to see Aurora is February March and October. Let’s go visit Tromso if you want to see Lady Aurora #wintergetaway
We were hiking at #kaldfjord to get majestic #fjord scenery #tromso
#skansen sits in one one of the oldest area of #tromsø, the old warfs. Houses in the area are from the middle of the 19th century and streets are cobbled. One get a sense of the life here in the cold artic night almost two centuries ago.