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Visiting Bodø as part of thire biannual and filling time walled through and spent a while in the mall.
It's on three levels and has most of what you need from a mall.
Not a fan of malls but it's protected from the weather and...More
I got lucky finding this shopping centre, albeit small compared to ones in the city, there are more cafes and shops in the one location in Bodo to chill especially if you're waiting for the ferry to Lofoten. The cafe I happened to sit at...More
The Glasshus and Koch (mall inside) has the last year changed for the better. It used to be a empty and ️Sad mall, with the regular chain-shops. This part of town is now back to it's former glory. On saturdays there are alot of cultural...More
There isn't an abundance of things to do in Bodø, especially if it's very cold or rainy out. In any case this is a nice place to pass the time. Lots of shops. Yet, unfortunately no shops that are especially "touristy" so plan to do...More
Don't expect a typical shopping mall – this place is pretty small. If it's cold outside, then the glass roof feels very welcoming. There's a café in Glasshuset that's really good so don't miss it (I don't remember the name of the café), but if...More
Bodo is the main town in this part of Norway, some 50,000 population so plenty of local people around, especially on a Saturday. There are no major tourist attractions in the town itself, so shopping is the best way to pass the time. This is...More