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Nordkapphallen, Nordkapp Municipality

(3.6/5 based on 400 reviews on the web)
Entrenched inside the mountain plateau, Nordkapphallen marks the northernmost tip of mainland Europe. Discovered by an expedition searching for the Northeast Passage in 1553, this spot was long described as the end of the world. Stand on the massive cliff at 307 m (1,007 ft) above sea level next to the Globe monument, and look out into the Arctic Ocean. The cliff also shelters a cinema that shows a film about the changing seasons in the area, as well as a massive underground tunnel with exhibitions about the North Cape's history. Indulge in some freshly baked waffles at the restaurant with an ocean view. The center also features a chapel, which is a popular wedding venue, as well as seven monuments to joy and friendship made by children from all over the world. Add Nordkapphallen and other attractions to your Nordkapp Municipality trip itinerary using our Nordkapp Municipality holiday planner.
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  • I guess it's the sort of price you're only willing to pay because you've travelled the entire way up there. The visitor centre and the souvernir shops are quite nice and the small bistro serves lovely...  more »
  • ...WIR have now already 2 x visited the Northern Cape. At the 1st time of sunshine, windy, super views of the sea and the environment. The 2nd time, we had snow, rain, Sun - real April weather. It's worth a visit. I looked at the exhibition. It is big but not much about the discovery, the life, the northern lights experiences. From Honningsvåg can you take a bus to the North Cape, buy tickets at the tourist info
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  • The failed trip, fog was such that it was not over 10 m, and about some kinds I am silent, with no to do at the cordon, no discount, pay in full to be blown off by the wind and you saw nothing. Well that is with the weather we got. The gift shop is huge, although there buy expensive but what choice. Food in the restaurant, although a price tag well same sentry, Norway! the ear was with smoked fish. In the end, we were not able to reach the cliff, because Cho was just dangerous and still didn't see anything. Expensive and while such a lottery with the weather. The trail will go for this time the edge of the continent
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  • Fantastic place to visit! Being at the northernmost point in Europe is an incredible experience on its own!
  • Its pretty place, when you want to feel a nature. Feeling so that there is no where to go more.
  • Amazing, very beautiful. This is a "bucket list" worthy place.
  • Nice facility and worth a visit.
  • For millionaires only. But seriously where else you going to go. A must see if you in the area. By that I mean within a 500 mile radius.