Rica Hotel Kirkenes

Address: Pasvikveien 63, Kirkenes, Nordland, North Norway, 9900, Norway | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Pasvikveien 63, Kirkenes, is near Grenselandmuseet and Gabba Reindeer Safari Park.
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Travel Blogs from Kirkenes

Meeting the Snow Hotel and King Crabs

A travel blog entry by jambos74 on Apr 03, 2015

15 photos

... that these crabs are almost considered vermin by the locals? Introduced by the Russians back in the '60s as a cheap food source, they have virtually taken over the lakes and waterways. One crab is enough to feed two people, so we duly selected our entree and main meal from the crab pots and made our way back to a delightful cottage to cook and enjoy the spoils of our ...

No Excursions

A travel blog entry by jackie.moys on Mar 18, 2015

1 photo

... comes from London and followed his love to this northerly outpost about 4 years ago. He told me about his way of life here and it certainly beats the hell out of struggling around the M25 every day. The wind was icy this afternoon when 5 brave passengers took up the challenge of a dip in the sea when we called in at Vardo........I think it would take more than a certificate to get me to do the ...

Nordic blog #6

A travel blog entry by graves35 on Sep 20, 2014

2 comments, 23 photos

... in WWII. It is a remote, treeless, and barren land, but beautiful with colorful low-growing vegetation, high cliffs, ocean, and lots of reindeer. Sunday, 9/21, we docked in Kirkenes and disembarked from the MS Kong Harald. Kirkenes is within 10km of the only border crossing between Norway and Russia and is farther east than St. Petersburg and Istanbul. We are still on Norway time although Finland, most of which is ...

The top of the world (nearly)

A travel blog entry by robncarol on Aug 17, 2014

6 comments, 1 photo

... through Travelpod so sorry I haven't replied individually. All appreciated. I have used Facebook more than ever before because I have been able to access that.
There are a range of nationalities on the ship. All announcements are in 4 languages. Most people speak some English but a few don't so we have to be careful who we sit with sometimes. There are a fair few English and Americans. So far we have only come across one Australian couple ...

Amsterdam to Tromso via Kirkenes

A travel blog entry by bobrogers on Jul 27, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... rates with Malta & Dresden as the most bombed towns during WW2. We saw the church and graveyard which contained the remains of many of them. Also visited Andersgrotta, the town bunker built in 1940 to protect the citizens from air raids. A very nondescript town on a lovely setting. Plenty of Russian influence here even got a Konsulate. Workers for the offshore oil and onshore iron mines appear a mix of nationalities. Many streets and businesses are ...