Packages in Radoy
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Oslo, the country's capital city, is 200 miles east of Radoy.
Satisfy your curiosity about the culture of the area by exploring the Emigrant Church.
Spend an evening watching the SK Brann in action. Brann Stadium is 25 miles southeast of Radoy. Be sure to wear red and white, the team colors.
For people who feel like they've experienced enough of Radoy, Lindas offers something a bit different. About 12 miles east, it is where you'll find Lindas Church and Heathland Centre.
Approximately 45 miles to the southeast of Radoy is Kvam, an area hotspot where you'll discover the Hardanger Folkemuseum, Steinsdalfossen Waterfall and Hardanger Maritime Museum. Norheimsund Harbour and Steinsdalsfossen are other good places to visit.
Very often, a destination's true personality can be discovered in its culinary arts.
Begin your culinary experience by sampling the abundance of meals available, many featuring regional ingredients, moose and reindeer.
Raspeballer (potato dumplings) with sausage and svinekoteletter (pork chops) are a couple of popular dishes to sample.
Why not taste-test a popular local dessert, krumkake (thin rolled cake filled with cream)?
Don't forget to have a few sips of karsk (coffee and vodka), a local spirit.
Impress those who live here by making use of a few useful phrases in Norwegian during your travels. "Kvar kjem du frå?" is Norwegian for "Where are you from?" Or, try pronouncing "Kva heiter du?" (What's your name?).
On the 17th of May, throw yourself into the festive fun of Constitution Day, a day of national celebration.
As they say, all things that are good must come to an end. In the last moments of your vacation in Radoy, say "Ha det bra," spend your final Norwegian kroner, and remind yourself of the good times you've had.
Don't worry about catching your flight. Just remember that the closest airport is 25 miles away.