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O3545VOmichaelc wrote a review Feb 2020
7 contributions1 helpful vote
Interesting place to visit but we would have preferred a slightly longer stay than the 1-1.5 hours we were given. Views were quite stunning and we were fortunate to be around reindeer during our visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Pim G wrote a review Dec 2019
Rotterdam, The Netherlands408 contributions99 helpful votes
We were there in the winter and when in northern Norway it is a must visit place. Even though the there is only light during blue hour, it is still a great place to have been. Offcourse the globe is the place you have to take a picture, but just walking around is also great. The road to get there (during the winter in a convoy only) is beautiful and worthwhile.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Anna Sierosławska-Agüera wrote a review Oct 2019
La Muela, Spain21 contributions4 helpful votes
The centre is OK, yet for this price somehow disappointing. You can learn about history of Nordkapp discoveries, watch a beautiful film and understand the phenomenon of Midnight Sun, but if you're in doubt whether to buy full or reduced ticket, I would rather chose the reduced one and spend saved money in the souvenir shop which is fantastically equipped. The centre is really spacious, there is even a grand piano you are invited to play, but there is NOTHING for children...
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Date of experience: October 2019
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jindalee13 wrote a review Oct 2019
Balnarring, Australia145 contributions26 helpful votes
Our day was very windy and chilly, but exhilarating. Astounding views and the sculptures outside, inside the information centre had hot drink and food. Numerous interesting facts and films to show off the environment. Very much a destination to visit if you the chance
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Date of experience: September 2019
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ITRT wrote a review Aug 2019
Virginia33,405 contributions657 helpful votes
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We came to Honningsvag and North Cape on the Prinsendam cruise ship. The North Cape is the point where the Atlantic Ocean (Norwegian Sea), meets the Barents Sea, (Arctic Ocean). It's approximately 22 miles (35 km) from Honningsvag. There is a souvenirs shop, a cafe, a cinema, toilette facilities in the building. Also, here is a museum (North Cape in WWII times), a cinema, a Cave of Lights. a Thailand Room and St. Johannes Chapel. This is a modern building with clean restrooms. There is a restaurant/cafe for those looking for a way to satisfy their hunger. We did not eat here. There are dioramas illustrating the history and geography of the Cape. One of the more interesting things you will find is a museum dedicated to a former Thai King. To commemorate his visit in 1909 a memorabilia room is found here.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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