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11. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin 5588 posts) 5y

The daylight hours are short, no denying that, especially not in the north. But that shouldn't really stop you from seeing things. A bigger problem might be opening hours around the holidays actually?

12. Posted by staaleand (Full Member 30 posts) 5y

Quoting Sam I Am

The daylight hours are short, no denying that, especially not in the north. But that shouldn't really stop you from seeing things. A bigger problem might be opening hours around the holidays actually?

In addition, remember that the "blue hours" are rather long, at least when it is not overcast and some snow cover (see earlier postings about climate). Thentrere is the Aurora Borealis of course, only to be seen when it is dark. They can be seen occasionally i southern Scandinavia, but the chances of seeing them are much better in northern Scandinavia (north of the arctic circle).
Wish you a nice trip.

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14. Posted by Lillestrøm (First Time Poster 1 posts) 5y

Scandinavia is really cold these days, so you have to bring warm winter clothes. Today is it -20 C in Oslo and it has been really cold for a long time, and it will probably be so in the near future. -snip-

[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]

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