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Best things to do in Faroe Islands

Shopping Mall
“This is THE shopping center on the Faroe Islands. Inside of the Center there is BurgerKing, Sunset, clothing stores and Miklagarður the largest and most well stocked grocery store in Torshavn. ”
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Restaurant
“Lamb is Faroese speciality, and here you get the best lamp......yes dare to say....... in the world :-)”
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Establishment
“The building has a special arcitectur and the cafeteria offers godd and healty food”
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Seafood Restaurant
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“Barbara fishhouse is a very nice fishrestaurant in the center of Tórshavn the capital”
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Art Gallery
“Amazing permanent art exhibition of historical and contemporary Faroese art. ”
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Waterfront
“Take a walk through Tinganes, where you find the red government buildings and the oldest part of Tórshavn, where people still live in small house and narrow streets and paths. ”
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Scandinavian Restaurant
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“This is one of the world's most isolated TWO Micelin star restaurants. Exciting and innovative food using local produce. A great restaurant for special occasions!”
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Cafe
“Cosy coffe in Vágsbotn, Tórshavn. The place to enjoy in Tórshavn, with local fishmarket, and faroese boats.”
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Sushi Restaurant
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“The best sushi with fresh Faroese fish for a reasonable prize. They also serve lamb and chicken.”
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Restaurant
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Tourist Information Center
“Friendly information about almost anything. Tours, the weather, whats up in town, restaurants, sailing tours etc”
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Point of Interest
“In 1580, the great Faroese adventurer Magnus Heinason ordered the construction of a fort to protect the trading centre of Tórshavn from a steadily increasing number of seaborne attacks across the North Atlantic – in many cases from pirate raids. The original fortification only lasted until 1677, when French pirates destroyed the fort after their final demand for 100 oxen, 200 sheep, 500 pairs of gloves, 1,200 pairs of stockings and 60 nightshirts wasn’t met by the people of Tórshavn within the 12-hour deadline. The fort served as a British Royal Navy headquarters during the Second World War. The two guns which face out to sea from behind the fort were used to defend the islands against Germ”
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Pool
“Very nice sviminghall with nice pools and dry sauna. And option for jacuzzi.”
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Miscellaneous Shop
“The main bus station for the free city busses. From here you can get a bus to anywhere in the city and also to some of the neighboring villages.”
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Bar
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“This is were the artsy people go - hipsters, LGBTQ folks, everyone is welcome. Sirkus is also a restaurant. The chef is from India and makes excellent Indian food.”
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Park
“Nice and quiet plantation. in the middle you will find some ponds with ducks and swans. Also there is the memorial to all those who lost there life at sea during world war 2.”
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