Sjusjoen is located approximately 85 miles (137 kilometers) from Oslo, the capital of Norway.
Staying in this popular part of the country is about discovering new things, so why don't you hit the road and explore a couple of the other interesting villages, towns and cities around Sjusjoen. Take a trip to the Lillehammer Kunstmuseum and Maihaugen Museum in and around Lillehammer, roughly 8 miles (13 kilometers) to the east of Sjusjoen.
While you are staying in Sjusjoen, make a day trip to Hamar. Approximately 30 miles (48 kilometers) away, this regional transport and shopping hub is home to Hamar Cathedral, Hedmarksmuseet and Mjosa. If you still have time left, consider checking out Torggata Street, Briskeby Gressbane and Vikingskipet Arena before you head back to Sjusjoen.
To learn a little about the the local culture, head straight to Eastern Norway's art museums, theaters and history museums. A great way to really get a sense of a destination is by understanding its past. While here, be sure to visit the area's old towns.
If you're not one to go on vacation merely to relax, the area around Sjusjoen offers a number of outdoor-adventure pursuits such as mountain climbing and hiking. Travelers who like to combine learning with leisure will enjoy Sjusjoen's city walking tours and guided nature walks.
As the sun sets on your adventures, spend your last Norwegian kroner on that last souvenir and bid a fond Ha det bra (farewell) to the friends you've made and the locations you've been.