We are planning on going to Tromso for seeing the NL. We are NOT good and dedicated fotographers, on our "normal" trips we just take simple fotos as a souvenir with a simple digital camera. So, when (and if) we are going to see the Lights, we'll probably just want to look, and stare, and look more ... However, a few fotos would be nice to have this documented!
Can anybody advise us with what kind of camera we can get by without spending a fortune on equipment and weeks of learning?
Thanks a lot!
We are going to Tromso in the end of february / beginning of march. We live in Spain and never make it further north tan Hamburg, so we probably have to face buying a lot of warm clothing we'll never need again! Having learnt that most of the businesses that take tourists on "Northern Light Chases" provide extra warm clothes & even boots, there remains the question:
What do people wear for just walking around in the city? Or, for taking a bus to somewhere else, or a ferry ... etc etc. For instance. are warm shoes with warm socks enough, or does it have to be moon boots? Pants, coats?
I'd be really grateful for some advice!
Aside from taxis, what are the ways to:
1) travel from the airport to hotel (Airport Hotel Rygge Vest
E6 Storebaug,Moss) - are there complimentary shuttle buses?
2) travel from hotel to train or bus station
If not, approximately how much would a taxi cost to each of these destinations?
Does it make sense to travel into Oslo for such a distance for two sightseeing days?
Thanks in advance. I also appreciate VT'ers wisdom.
I didn´t find prices for bus and train from Rygge-airport to Oslo. Has someone used them, and know about-price?
We might need to stay night or two in Oslo. We would go by Ryanair, and I thought that hotels might be cheaper in Rygge, but if we would stay there, it would be nice to see Oslo, becouse we haven´t been there.
We had Easyjets straught flights from Paris to Helsinki, but the coming back-flight is cancelled, so I try to find good opinions. Flights from Ryan are the chepest via Oslo, but Oslo is quite expensive..
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