Hafjell Vacation Packages
Oslo, the national capital, is situated 90 miles (145 kilometers) south of Hafjell.
Eastern Norway is a firm fixture on the tourist trail, which means getting around is a breeze. Make sure you give yourself enough time to experience the many attractions this region has to share. Pay a visit to the Lillehammer Kunstmuseum and Maihaugen Museum in Lillehammer, roughly 8 miles (13 kilometers) to the north of Hafjell.
Around 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the southeast of Hafjell is Hamar, an important regional center where you'll find Mjosa, Torggata Street and Vikingskipet Arena. If you're looking for more, why not stop by Briskeby Gressbane, Hedmarksmuseet and Hamar Cathedral before returning to Hafjell.
Head outdoors and make the most of Eastern Norway's popular open-air exhibits, farms and open-air museums. Uncover the region's rich cultural fabric within Eastern Norway's excellent theaters, history museums and art museums.
Have a go at some of this area's great winter attractions. Locals and tourists alike enjoy snowboarding here. Skiing is also popular. Take hiking shoes and join one of the guided nature walks and city walking tours.
At the end of your time in Hafjell, use your last Norwegian kroner on last minute keepsakes for the folks at home and say Ha det bra (farewell).
Accommodation in Hafjell
You may not find a massive range of places to stay in Hafjell, so it would be wise to investigate the latest deals on Expedia's Hafjell hotels guide.