Bodo Overview

Known as the "Little brother of Tromsø", Bodo is amongst the most vibrant and lively Norway tourist places replete with diverse culture, delectable cuisine, unspoiled views, fascinating street art, and awe-inspiring sights.

Hiking to the Keiservarden hill is family fun, a leisurely stroll on Moloen Pier is truly romantic, and the Norwegian Aviation Museum is an attraction of all ages. From trekking, witnessing whirlpools at the Saltstraumen to capturing Northern Lights or the polar sun, the city has so much on the offer but still is a hidden gem.

Location: Nordland County, Norway

Best Time to Visit: mid-July to mid-August for midnight sun and mid-November until late January for Northern Lights

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