Park Hotell Alta

Address: Markedsgata 6, Alta, Finnmark, North Norway, 9503, Norway | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Markedsgata 6, Alta, is near Rock Drawings of Alta.
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Travel Blogs from Alta


A travel blog entry by pearlinthesea on Sep 25, 2015

... to their website. We also did our chocolate shopping at the local Kiwi Minipris (where we found more yarn! Viking of Norway. Meh.) before filling the car up one last time and dropping it off at the rental lot.

It was a pretty long wait in Alta airport for our flight, but we wiled away the time quite well, and soon enough we were in Oslo. Jennie's trip was over, and I only had one more day in ...

Alta to Tromso

A travel blog entry by richardsandra on Jun 22, 2015

2 comments, 13 photos

... herd grazing beside the road or a salmon farm in the water but there are very few people and not many tourists in this part of the world. Each corner we turn another amazing sight appears. The higher we go the remain winter snow appears closer, at times right on the road edge. Birch trees and small shrubs are predominant along the roadside. The fir trees of Finland have disappeared. Waterfalls flow down the mountainsides which are devoid of ...

Honningsvag to Alta

A travel blog entry by richardsandra on Jun 21, 2015

6 photos

... coast. Hammerfest is located on the far north west coast on Kvalsundrbrua, Whale Island, which is accessed by bridge. The Hammerfest area is well known for sea life including seals, dolphins and whales. Apparently Hammerfest's famous inclusion in one of Bill Bryson's books, where he claimed it was the end of the world, is a reason for many tourists visiting the area. In many ways I could understand his comment. This town was built in 1789 and began as a trade route with ...

Tirpitz hideaway and Rock Art

A travel blog entry by startrailers on Jun 06, 2015

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... There is a small Tirpitz museum in the village.

The area around Tafjord was a copper mining area and the church there was built by the British company that ran the local mines. This church was restored/ rebuilt after it was destroyed by the Germans. There is also ...

Day Eight - Alta

A travel blog entry by steve874 on Mar 12, 2015

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... dress up link an onion again :-) Hope we get a better result that at least one of the groups that went last night who saw absolutely nothing :-( Had a good walk round town and yet another cup of hot chocolate :-) bought a few bits from the supermarket and got the shuttle back to the ship. Onboard got a bit of lunch then went to the Crows nest to chill, it was soon time to get showered and changed for dinner but first the talk with the "expert" we got in there before ...