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What is Bodø like to live in?

Bodø is home to around 50,000 people and is one of the fastest growing cities in the country, with a lively urban scene. For those interested in arts and crafts, Bodø has a diverse community of local artists, glass blowers, potters, and jewellery makers. The city also has a well developed music community,...

How to get from Bodø to Nordland?

Bodø is the hub of Nordland and can be reached by plane, train and boat. If you want to expand your trip, the coastal route Kystriksveien (Rv17) to Trondheim starts in Bodø, and just across the Vestfjord by boat lies the world famous Lofoten Islands.

Where is the true north in Norway?

Bodø in Northern Norway. A starting point for the true north. Bodø is home to the world’s strongest maelstrom Saltstraumen and the Børvasstindan mountain range. The largest city in the county of Nordland is also just a boat ride away from both Moskenes in Lofoten and the old trading post at Kjerringøy.

What to do in Bodø in the winter?

In the winter, you can experience the northern lights from the pier in the harbour, or even better, from Rønvikfjellet mountain just outside the city centre. Bodø is situated on a peninsula in Northern Norway and offers a varied assortment of adventures.

Where is Bodø located?

The town is the administrative centre of Bodø Municipality and of Nordland county. It is located on the Bodø peninsula between the Vestfjorden and the Saltfjorden. Bodø is located just north of the Arctic Circle. It is the largest urban area and town in Nordland county and it is the second-largest town in Northern Norway.

What is the climate like in Bodø?

Bodø features a humid continental climate ( Dfb) or, if the original Köppen winter threshold −3 °C (27 °F) is used, an oceanic climate ( Cfb) in the 1991-2020 base period. Bodø is the northernmost city in the world and the only inside the Arctic Circle with a temperate four-season climate (not subarctic).

How did Bodø become so modern?

As Nazi Germany invaded Norway in 1940, they bombed Bodø on May 27, destroying most buildings. The city was rebuilt during and after the war, and therefore looks remarkably modern.

What does Bodo stand for?

Bodø ( pronounced [ˈbûːdøː] ( listen); Lule Sami: Bådåddjo, Swedish: Bodö) is a municipality in Nordland county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Salten. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Bodø (which is also the capital of Nordland county).

Where is Northern Norway?

Northern Norway is by far the largest and most sparsely populated part of mainland Norway, and covers more than a third of the country. It stretches from the idyllic Helgeland region in the south to mainland Europe’s northernmost point near the North Cape.

Why is the north of Norway so beautiful?

Yet when people ask me for my advice, I often point them northwards. Northern Norway is stunning, perhaps the most picturesque region after the fjords. It never looks like it on a map, but the north of Norway is vast. Distances are long and that could be why traditional cultures have remained in place for so long.

Where is Norway at its narrowest point?

Hellemobotn in Hamarøy where Norway is at its narrowest. Northern Norway ( Bokmål: Nord-Norge, Urban East Norwegian: [ˈnûːrˌnɔrɡə], Nynorsk: Nord-Noreg; Northern Sami: Davvi-Norga) is a geographical region of Norway, consisting of the two northernmost counties Nordland and Troms og Finnmark, in total about 35% of the Norwegian mainland.

Where are the best places to visit in Norway?

Around the North Cape, the Arctic Ocean and northern Atlantic dance, and the glacial Barents and Norwegian seas grapple. Look up to the sky, and you’ll likely see flickering northern lights or the golden midnight sun. The North Cape, Norway, is as magical as it is wild. North Cape, Norway. Photo: Lina White / Unsplash

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