Encounter magnificent landscapes as we cross the 71st parallel on a journey towards North Cape, the northernmost point on the European continent.
View beautiful scenery on the way to North Cape.
Visit the northernmost point on the European continent, North Cape.
Take a picture by the cliffs and the iconic globe sculpture.
See an impressive film about the local Finnmark region and North Cape.
Available all year
Level 1: For everyone
Comfortable shoes, warm and windproof clothing
In summer, you might come across herds of grazing reindeer at this far-northern outpost at the top of Europe. In winter, endless white plains and snow-capped mountains, dramatic weather and the Arctic´s special light. Just before reaching the cape in winter and early spring, the bus must follow a snowplough. The North Cape plateau itself soars 307 metres, almost vertically, above the Arctic Ocean.
The iconic `globe´ sculpture has become the symbol of North Cape, and is a popular spot to get that all-important picture. At North Cape Hall, built partially into the cliff, you can watch an impressive 180° panoramic film about the local Finnmark region and North Cape itself. Inside you also find a souvenir shop, viewpoint, a small chapel and Thai museum, opened in 1989 to commemorate a visit by the King of Siam in 1907.
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