In Northern Europe, as long as the latitude is high, the weather is good, there is no light pollution, and the probability of seeing the aurora is relatively large. Even if the above three conditions are met, the aurora does not appear every day. It is recommended to stay in the local area for more than 3 days, and the most The hot spotlights are in northern Norway and northern Finland. Norway's Tromso is located in the middle of the Aurora Ellipse, with a higher latitude than northern Sweden and northern Finland. It is also warmed by the Atlantic warm current and is therefore one of the best places to watch aurora in Northern Europe.
Preparation before preparation
1, European standard conversion head, featuring two round heads.
2 If you travel in winter, you need to prepare for cold protection, bring warm baby (you can keep yourself and electronic equipment)
3, toiletries (no toiletries and slippers are available in all Norwegian hotels) / Hh/4, portable small pot, if you are not used to European food, or too high consumption, then this cooking artifact may save your stomach.
Norwegian Aurora must experience
Northern Europe There are many ways to miss the most. The Northern Lights are one of them. If you want to go to a place without light pollution, you must drive to the outskirts of the city. Traveling by cruise is perhaps the best. The way, away from the town, the outdoor deck on the boat is a good viewing area. If you find the aurora, the broadcast in the cabin will be prompted, and you won't miss any moments.
smoked fish series is one of the must-try foods in Europe, with fresh lemon juice and excellent taste; long-legged crabs are recommended to live and eat, and there is special in the Kirkenes area. A project to go fishing in the sea.
Tromso was the place I was most impressed with in Norway, and I stayed in the Aurora for a few days. The guide in the Aurora Group said that because of the latitude, the aurora here looks more beautiful than Iceland, and I saw it as the whole of the night sky. In addition to watching Aurora, dog sledding, elk sledding and other activities, walking around the city is not bad. There is Norway's only wooden church, Tromso Domkirke, and then to the opposite Ishavskatedralen (Arctic Cathedral). The latter is to buy tickets. You can take the bus or take the bridge for a fifteen-minute one-way journey.
When entering the church, the staff said they were closing the door, but they didn't have to buy it if they looked at it. The exterior and stained glass are beautiful.
The Arctic Cathedral, the church with the words "Arctic", was formerly the northernmost church in the world. Because the whole church is triangular, the triangular large window on the back weighs about 6 tons, and the light is particularly beautiful.
The most beautiful time here should be night. On the days when you can see the aurora, the church under the aurora print at night is the most beautiful scenery here.
The weather is very good today, the cathedral under the blue sky and white clouds is so beautiful.
Arctic Cathedral, the Arctic Cathedral in Tromso, Norway, is also the northernmost cathedral in the world. The whole church is a snow-capped triangle. The large triangular window on the back roof weighs about 6 tons, and the light is particularly beautiful.
The main entrance is a cross standing in front of the door. It is only open at 1 pm here. Everyone is going to see the color window after lighting at night. It is located just opposite the old city, past the Tromso Bridge, driving past free parking, going to the church to pay 50 NOK tickets, and sometimes Aurora concerts.