Kirkenes Hotell

Address: Dr Wesselsgt 3, Kirkenes, Nordland, North Norway, 9915, Norway | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Dr Wesselsgt 3, Kirkenes, is near Grenselandmuseet and Gabba Reindeer Safari Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Kirkenes

      Finland - saunas & Santa

      A travel blog entry by carinamary on Oct 08, 2014

      3 comments

      ... we took a bus to see a fishing village called Pavoo and checked out the local shops.
      it was at our hotel in Helsinki we had our first sauna which sort of became part of our daily routine! Everyone in Finland has a sauna - even in apartment buildings they have saunas, and I quite enjoyed it
      From Helsinki we flew to Rovaneimi,a small town about an hours flight away. The claim to fame here is Santaland,which of course we had to visit! Santaland is just in the Arctic Circle ...

      The top of the world (nearly)

      A travel blog entry by robncarol on Aug 17, 2014

      6 comments, 1 photo

      Today we reached Kirkenes, which is near the top of Norway and almost on the Russian border. At this stop a lot of people got off to fly home and the ship turned around to head south back to Bergen. We are halfway through our cruise and it is one of the most relaxing holidays I have ever had. As we have plenty of time to sit and watch the world go by, we tend to do a bit of dozing in the chair. I'm not used to having time to do that. I've also read ...

      Amsterdam to Tromso via Kirkenes

      A travel blog entry by bobrogers on Jul 27, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... we walked everywhere here) to Rembrandtplein via a Delft shop. Jean got some souvenirs and we made our way to another out of the way museum. This time a canal house once owned by the landed gentry and at death willed to the city for a museum. Again (like Our Lord in the Attic) , this place is not that well publicised and consequently cheaper 6 euro and only 10 or 12 people in the place so everything was seeable and the personal audio facility made for ...

      Somethings a little fishy....

      A travel blog entry by beadledove on May 28, 2014

      31 photos

      A focal point of our trip to Northern Europe is a six day cruise from Kirkenes to Bergen, Norway. We fly from Oslo Airport to Kirkenes north of the Artic Circle. A shuttle bus takes us to the M/S Finnmarken, our home for the next six days. The cabin isn't luxurious by any means, but we have been upgraded to an outside cabin with two portholes, we had paid for inside so this is a nice bonus. Our cabin is located on a lower deck (3) in the middle of ...

      Furthest Port 9:45 - 12:45 + Walk

      A travel blog entry by royston4040 on Nov 07, 2013

      Walk with Inger at 10:00 into town. Walk upto a war memorial build on top of a WWII shelter. Kirkenes was occupied by the Germans (as was the whole of Norway) during the war and was one of the most bombed cities in Europe because of it's strategic importance. Was eventually liberated by the Russians. All the buildings were burnt by the retreating Germans.
      Road and paths were very icy on the walk several slipped down, we and some others decided to turn ...