Northcape Guesthouse

Address: Nordkappveien 79, Honningsvag, Finnmark, North Norway, 9570, Norway | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Nordkappveien 79, Honningsvag, is near Nordkapphallen and Nordkappmuseet.
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Travel Blogs from Honningsvag

Nordkapp

A travel blog entry by amandanicholls on Aug 02, 2014

... windy at the top about 10 degrees but sunny, however the weather changes really quickly and we had rain, mist, sun, wind in the space of 3 hours. Whe we let it was misty but really really windy, to the point of blowing us off our feet. Now I was scared about riding the bike considering one wrong move and we were off the edge of the road, but all swell and we made it back to honnigsvag where we stopped for a hot dog (cheapest thing ...

North Cape Bound

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 12, 2014

25 photos

... were completed, one to the island and one to Honningsvåg. The main tunnel to the island is almost 7km long and takes one down to depths of 696’ below sea level. It really is quite a steep slope both downwards and upwards into and out of the tunnel. Of course there is dripping water, which doesn’t bear too much thinking about. Some thought however, was given by the designers, who realised that this water would freeze in winter, making ...

North Cape and Honningsvag

A travel blog entry by hfs on Jun 30, 2014

5 comments, 10 photos

... still brings visitors, who come to see the Northern Lights.Did you know,Borealis and Australas,happen simultaneously,that is how it is, so ours in summer, theirs in winter ..amazing what you learn along the way..Thoroughly enjoyed our excursions today,

Sam's one caught the king crabs,cooked them, and ate them as well..He so enjoyed it all, the crab legs very tasty. The reindeer came down to the shore line.,so they saw them ...

The North Cape -- The Northernmost Point

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jun 23, 2014

4 photos

... in traditional dress and a reindeer. The Sami are the native people in Norway – some of them still herd reindeer. They used to be called "Laplanders", but that is not acceptable any more. They had a souvenir shop, of course, and bought a pair of tiny boots in the traditional style with turned up toes made of reindeer fur and some postcards. There is quite a development at the North Cape. There is a restaurant, exhibits, a movie, a chapel, shops (of course) and ...

Look out Santa!

A travel blog entry by nickandmaryjane on May 25, 2014

3 comments, 35 photos

... at the most northerly McDonalds!

After 2 nights in Rovaniemi, it was time to head for Norway. Over the next two days, we some leasurely driving (I merely passengered) and saw some astounding scenery. We got some great photos of frozen rivers & lakes, kamekazi reindeer, and also had the chance to stop and chat with locals in a number of different locations. On our last day in Finland, we stopped at a roadside tourist stop and had a great chat with ...