Narvik: A Large Town of Northern Province of Norway (2020)
Narvik is one of the larger towns of the northern province of Norway. Norvik is about 290 km north from Leknes town. The driving time is about 5 to 6 hours. The scenes of driving through several islands and crossing bridges are amazing. Most tourists either drive a rental car or relax in a private tour bus. Tourists also like to take a train to Narvik from Bodo. Tourists arrive in Narvik by 1 PM.
Here is a list of places to visit in Narvik:
a. Narvik Museum
The museum was built in 1902, as the main administration building or railway company. The museum was designed by architect Paul Due. The museum exhibits include over 200,000 photographs, paintings, and sculptures.
b. Halogaland Bridge
Halogaland suspension Bridge is the second-longest bridge in Norway. The Halogaland suspension Bridge connects the city of Norvik and the village of Bjerkvik. The bridge is a toll bridge to pay for private finances to construct the bridge. The construction took over 5 years and the bridge was operational in December 2018.
c. Northern Light
Tourists can take local guide tour after dinner in the month of late September and October to see northern light in an open area.