Roros Overview

A living museum, Roros used to be a mining town, which is now a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. It houses protected wooden structures and buildings that are believed to be built during the 17th and 18th centuries.

To get the authentic taste of this ancient village, take a bike or stroll on foot through narrow alleys, old courtyards, and antique structures. A number of small art shops and workshops add charm to this quaint village and sell award-winning designer local products. Do try traditional dishes, including local cheeses, pastries, and farm produces, and feel delighted.

Location: Trøndelag County, Norway

Best Time to Visit: June and July

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