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Best things to do in Narvik Municipality

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Establishment
“Narvikfjellet is a unique facility both summer and winter, surrounded by majestic mountains and deep fjords. At the foot of the mountain you will find Narvik city, which turns Narvikfjellet into Norway's most urban plant. They offer a different experience, both for family, friends, top tour enthusiast, bike enthusiasts, active alpine skiers, to mention some.”
7 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“AMFI Narvik is one of the two main shopping malls in Narvik. It has 45 shops and a parking house with free parking. There is a direct entrance to the mall at Brugata just 100 meters from the town centre roundabout. The Narvik bus terminal is located near the ground floor on the lowest entrance level.”
5 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Narvik Storsenter is one of the two major shopping malls in Narvik. Opening hours are from 10-20 on weekdays and from 10-18 on saturdays. sunday is closed. Is has free indoor parking. The mall has more than 30 shops and it is located on the main street”
2 locals recommend
Bar
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“Kafferiet Restaurant & Bar offers tasty experiences and is well known for their tasty lunch dishes. Why not try out fresh filet of cod with bacalao sauce? In the evenings, normally during the weekends, the restaurant might be visited by local and national troubadours and bands - offering an atmospheric experience. In the summertime the outdoor restaurant Friluften is open, here you can enjoy a tasty lunch while experiencing the city life - in the middle of Narvik At night the atmosphere changes and it becomes a bar and nightclub, particularly during weekends. Inside Kafferiet is Malmen, both a bar and a dance place where you can meet locals and the younger crowd.”
4 locals recommend
Museum
“The Narvik Centre and the Red Cross War Museum. The museum was established in Narvik due to the fight for Narvik in 1940.”
3 locals recommend
Museum
“The main attraction at Narvik museum is the history of the iron ore harbour, Ofoten line railway and the navvys. You will also learn how Narvik as a city has changed over more than 100 years. The museum is located in NSB’s former administration building, a monumental brick house built in 1902 in scenic surroundings. From the museum and the museum garden, visitors have a good view of the harbor, LKAB’s facilities and large parts of the city. Opening hours All year Monday–Friday 10–15 During the festival vinterfestuka March 10–March 18 Monday–Friday 10.00–16.00 Saturday and Sunday 11.00–16.00 Summer season June 11–August 17 Monday–Friday 10.00–16.00 Saturday and Sunday 12.00–15.00 ”
2 locals recommend
Establishment
“Narvik railway station is located 500 metres from town centre and is the end station of the Ofoten Line. The station at Narvik represents the northern terminus for one of Europe's most celebrated night trains. The station is served by three daily passenger trains from, respectively, Kiruna, Luleå and Stockholm in Sweden. The station was opened in 1902 along with Ofotbanen and the Iron Ore Line. At the station you can visit Bifrost, an over 100 year old steam train. Walking from the station towards the town centre You will observe statues of both Svarta Bjørn (Black Bear) and Rallaren, two legends from the history of Narvik ”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Linken Restaurant & Bar i Narvik is a modern and innovative restaurant that offers the best of the best. If you are looking for something a bit more exclusive, Linken Restaurant & Bar is the place to go, located on the top of Quality Hotel Grand Royal. In the restaurant you can chose from the à la carte menu - which contains local food inspired by the Brasseries of France. The chef has sami roots and some of the dishes can be inspired by local traditions. The view is great !”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Fiskekroken is a cosy fish restaurant located at the Fish Marked in the middle of Narvik City. They serve lovely traditional Norwegian seafood, fresh from the fish marked in a relaxed atmosphere. The restaurant serves lunch, dinner and is family friendly. On the menu, you will find e variety of dishes. Try the budgetfriendly fish burger or traditional Norwegian seafood such as fried cod tongs to more international fish dish such as grilled dried fish. They also offer a menu of the day, depending on the season. Fiskekroken is probably the towns best specialized fish restaurant. Opening hoursTuesday - Thursday: 12.00 - 18.00 Friday - Saturday; 13.00 - 21.00 Sunday - Monday: Closed”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Pub and restaurant with interesting local inspired interior and good food. ”
3 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“A budget food shop. Open until 2300 all week. Closed on sundays. You can buy beers until 2000 on weekdays and until 1800 on saturday. ”
2 locals recommend
Lodging
“Tøtta Bar on the 16th floor of the hotel. Fantastic views! Serve some food as well. ”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Primarily pizzas, beef and pasta dishes. They also offers takeaway. Quick service. Popular place located above the ground floor with an entrance from the main street. The view from the windows is towards the central square in Narvik”
2 locals recommend
Campground
“From the end of Reinveien you walk the path through the Tøttadalen to Funn Hytta. The trail is well marked and you get a good view of the city and the fjord.”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
“This is the closest bus stop to walk from, if you come by bus from Tromsø, Evenes, Harstad or Sweden. The bus stop is on the other side of the road from the hotel. Then walk straight up "Tøttaveien". ”
2 locals recommend
Street Address
“Narvikfjellet, Ski Resort. Opening hours and activities: www.narvikfjellet.no ”
2 locals recommend