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Fauske, Norway
28 May — 29 May2
Fauske, Norway
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Cheapest month:July
Most expensive month:August
Average price in Fauske:£133/night
Cheapest price found:£124/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Friday
£124 - £140
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
£135 - £140
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Where to stay in Fauske

About Fauske

Fauske is a picturesque town on Norway’s Arctic Highway. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks and set on the banks of Skjerstad Fjord, it’s a great base for exploring the Nordland region. Step back in time at open-air folk museums and discover the dramatic landscapes of Sjunkhatten National Park.

Things to do

The open-air Salten Museum enjoys a picturesque waterfront setting and is dotted with historic buildings. Stroll around the museum and admire the traditional folk buildings, then enjoy a picnic in the tree-shaded grounds. A short drive away is the excellent Saltdal Folk Museum, where many of the historic buildings feature grass-covered roofs. The café serves delicious “mosbromlefse” Norwegian flatbread topped with cream, syrup and melted goat cheese.

Fauske is a launchpad to Sjunkhatten National Park, where you can discover a rugged landscape of saw-tooth peaks, shimmering glaciers and cobalt-blue fjords. The Nordland National Park Visitor Centre offers information on hiking trails, scenic driving routes and other activities in the park. Winter snowfall transforms Sjunkhatten National Park into one of Norway’s top cross-country skiing areas.

After a day exploring Sjunkhatten National Park, return to Fauske for dinner and drinks at a cosy tavern. Try local dishes like dried Atlantic cod and reindeer steaks. For dessert, indulge in traditional Norwegian tart flavoured with almonds and cardamom.

Fauske is famous for its beautiful, rose-coloured marble. In the capital, the handsome Oslo Rådhus building was built from Norwegian Rose Marble quarried in Fauske. You can also admire the local stone at the United Nations Headquarters building in New York City.

Getting around

Fauske is compact and easy to get around on foot. The town is a one-hour drive from Bodo and 45 minutes by train, while Bodo Airport is a one-hour drive away. Rental cars offer the freedom to explore Nordland and visit attractions along the Arctic Highway at your own pace.

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Fauske is a picturesque town on Norway’s Arctic Highway. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks and set on the banks of Skjerstad Fjord, it’s a great base for exploring the Nordland region. Step back in time at open-air folk museums and discover the dramatic landscapes of Sjunkhatten National Park.

Things to do in Fauske

The open-air Salten Museum enjoys a picturesque waterfront setting and is dotted with historic buildings. Stroll around the museum and admire the traditional folk buildings, then enjoy a picnic in the tree-shaded grounds. A short drive away is the excellent Saltdal Folk Museum, where many of the historic buildings feature grass-covered roofs. The café serves delicious “mosbromlefse” Norwegian flatbread topped with cream, syrup and melted goat cheese.

Fauske is a launchpad to Sjunkhatten National Park, where you can discover a rugged landscape of saw-tooth peaks, shimmering glaciers and cobalt-blue fjords. The Nordland National Park Visitor Centre offers information on hiking trails, scenic driving routes and other activities in the park. Winter snowfall transforms Sjunkhatten National Park into one of Norway’s top cross-country skiing areas.

After a day exploring Sjunkhatten National Park, return to Fauske for dinner and drinks at a cosy tavern. Try local dishes like dried Atlantic cod and reindeer steaks. For dessert, indulge in traditional Norwegian tart flavoured with almonds and cardamom.

Fauske is famous for its beautiful, rose-coloured marble. In the capital, the handsome Oslo Rådhus building was built from Norwegian Rose Marble quarried in Fauske. You can also admire the local stone at the United Nations Headquarters building in New York City.

Getting around Fauske

Fauske is compact and easy to get around on foot. The town is a one-hour drive from Bodo and 45 minutes by train, while Bodo Airport is a one-hour drive away. Rental cars offer the freedom to explore Nordland and visit attractions along the Arctic Highway at your own pace.

  • What are the best hotels in Fauske?

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