Aurora Borealis Norway
Norway has some of the best locations in the world for viewing the Aurora Borealis.
But none of them can compete the beautiful city of Tromso.
The Aurora Borealis flickers across the northern sky on a regular basis, day and night, all year.
But, like the moon and stars, it is only visible when the sky is dark. The northern skies don't get dark in summer -
so the best time to see The Aurora is on a clear winter's night.
Nov, Dec, Jan & Feb are good - but nights are cold! Sept, Oct, Mar & April are best.
The further north - the better!

Tromso is beyond doubt the finest city north of the arctic circle. Vibrant, sophisticated, stunningly attractive - it is
often referred to as "The Paris of the north. Tromso has all the facilities you could possible wish for - and with its
major airport and its magnificent harbour it is a very easy place to get to. Best of all, at 400km inside the Arctic
Circle it is far enough north to pretty much guarantee great views of the Aurora on almost any clear winter's night.
Tromso is the easiest, safest, most civilised place in the world to view the Aurora Borealis.
Tromso Bridge
Aurora Borealis - The Northern Lights
Norway - Tromso
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