Oslo, the capital of Norway, is situated about 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the east of Modum.
Of course, visiting just one place, no matter how popular, usually only offers you a limited view into the broader personality of a region. So be sure to set aside enough time to savour Eastern Norway's other natural and man-made attractions. Examples of places within a relatively short distance of Modum are Drammen, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the northwest, and Svene, 20 miles (32 kilometers) to the northeast.
When vacationing in Modum, why don't you head to Drammen. Approximately 19 miles (31 kilometers) away, this regional city is where you'll find Union Scene, Marienlyst Stadium and Drammensbadet. Be sure not to head back to Modum until you've investigated Drammen's Drammens Theatre and Drammens Museum.
If you want to stay indoors, make a beeline for Eastern Norway's history museums, theaters and art museums. These are great places to to learn about the region's rich cultural tapestry and find a unique gift or two. Spend the time to delve deeper into Eastern Norway by learning about its earlier chapters. A great place to begin is with a visit to the area's historically significant historic mansions.
Unwind the way the locals do in the Eastern Norway region. Try bird watching and wildlife watching while you are in the area. Should you hear the call of the wild, follow the lead of local thrill seekers and go horse riding or hiking.
As your vacation winds down, you'll be sure to bid Modum a sad "Ha det bra"