Lillehammer Vacation Packages
Oslo, the national capital, is about 85 miles (137 kilometers) to the south of Lillehammer.
Lillehammer Kunstmuseum is a good spot to visit while you are here. Another one is Maihaugen Museum.
Lillehammer isn't the only spot in this popular region worth seeing; visitors with plenty of time should also rent a vehicle and set off to explore the magic of the surrounding landscapes, communities and cultural attractions. Nord-Torpa and Nordre Land are two more places worth seeing while you're in Eastern Norway.
Organise transportation and spend half a day in Hamar, a shopping and transport center for the region, 30 miles (48 kilometers) from Lillehammer. This regional center has a number of points of interest, for example Mjosa, Hamar Cathedral and Vikingskipet Arena. Hedmarksmuseet, Torggata Street and Briskeby Gressbane are also good spots for a visit before returning to Lillehammer.
Every place you visit offers a unique history and the Eastern Norway area is no exception. The historic mansions in these parts provide a fascinating window on the past. On a fine day, head outdoors to experience Eastern Norway's open-air museums, farms and open-air exhibits.
Eastern Norway provides a wide range of relaxing activities, such as cycling and camping. Take some time out from traveling and spend a relaxing afternoon boating or fishing.
As you conclude your journey, pack your baggage and wish Lillehammer "Ha det bra" (farewell).