Oslo, which is the national capital, is situated 230 miles (370 kilometers) south of Valsoybotn, while Trondheim lies 60 miles (97 kilometers) to the northeast.
It comes as no surprise that Valsoybotn is so popular with with international and local vacationers alike; Fjord Norway is home to a treasure-trove of great cultural and natural attractions. Rindal and Kyrksaeterora are two more places worth checking out while you're in Fjord Norway.
Trondheim, is another good spot to visit. It is approximately 60 miles (97 kilometers) from Valsoybotn and offers a number of interesting tourist attractions, like Monk's Island, Archbishop's Palace and Norwegian Justice Museum. Trondheim Art Museum, Trondheim Science Center and NTNU Science Museum are just a sample of the other points of interest here that should be high on every visitor's itinerary.
Visit Fjord Norway's history museums, art museums and art galleries. These are good places to explore, particularly on unpleasant days. Discover moments of quiet contemplation at Fjord Norway's churches.
This region also boasts some thrilling experiences such as paragliding. If you're the type who prefers to take the slow lane while holidaying, why not try a spot of wildlife watching and cycling.
As your time here draws to an end, spend what's left of your Norwegian kroner on last-minute mementos and say Ha det bra to the new friends you've made and the places you've seen.