There are several accommodation options, but almost always everything is complete. If you plan on this trip as the trip of the year, it is worth looking at one of the best hotels in the city, the Clarion Hotel The Edge. It is located near the jetty, very close to the center, Kongeparke and the “authentic” cathedral of the city. It also has an impressive breakfast buffet, and if you ask for a room with a view, you’ll wake up looking at the Scandinavian peninsula, where the Fjellheisen cable car and the Arctic Cathedral are located after crossing the Sandnessund Bridge. And it is precisely by observing this great church of strangely futuristic cut when one begins to realize that here, the relationship between heaven and earth is not so much celestial as extraterrestrial.
It is a small metropolis, in which the historic center occupies just a few streets full of typical Norwegian colored wooden houses. Everything is concentrated on its primary and pedestrian street, Storgata. But at the same time, it is a modern, cosmopolitan city that goes far beyond its immense nature. It is the capital of art and culture of the Arctic, thanks to museums such as the Northern Norway Art Museum, where you will find an exciting collection of paintings from the 18th century to the present day and the Perspektivet Museum, dedicated to photography.