Map Tromso Norway for Printing

Tromsø is a vibrant and picturesque city in northern Norway, located above the Arctic Circle. It is the largest city in Northern Norway and serves as the administrative center of Troms og Finnmark county. Tromsø is known for its stunning natural beauty, rich cultural scene, and as a gateway to the Arctic wilderness.

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Here’s a detailed description of some of the districts, communities, and main streets in Tromsø:

  1. City Center (Sentrum):
    • Storgata: Storgata is the main street in the city center, lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants. It’s a bustling area where locals and tourists alike gather to explore the various shops and enjoy the lively atmosphere.
    • Tromsø Cathedral: Located in the city center, the cathedral is a prominent landmark with its distinctive architecture. It’s the only wooden cathedral in Norway and dates back to 1861.
    • Tromsø Jernbanestasjon (Tromsø Railway Station): Though Tromsø doesn’t have a train service, the old railway station is a historic building in the city center.
  2. Tromsdalen:
    • Arctic Cathedral (Ishavskatedralen): This iconic cathedral is situated in Tromsdalen, across the Tromsø Bridge. Its modern architecture and stunning backdrop make it a must-visit attraction.
    • Tromsø Bridge: Connecting Tromsdalen and the city center, the bridge offers panoramic views of Tromsø and the surrounding mountains.
    • Fjellheisen: A cable car that takes visitors from Tromsdalen to the top of Storsteinen Mountain, providing breathtaking views of Tromsø and the surrounding fjords.
  3. Tromsdalen Residential Areas:
    • Tromsdalen is primarily a residential area with a mix of apartments and houses.
  4. Kvaløya:
    • Tromsø’s largest island, Kvaløya, is known for its stunning landscapes, including mountains, fjords, and beaches. Several communities and villages are scattered across the island, offering a peaceful and picturesque living environment.
  5. Ullsfjord:
    • Located to the east of Tromsø, Ullsfjord is known for its scenic beauty and is a popular destination for outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, and kayaking.
  6. Tromsøya:
    • The island on which Tromsø is located, Tromsøya is not only the heart of the city but also home to the University of Tromsø and several cultural institutions.
  7. Telegrafbukta:
    • A popular recreational area located southwest of the city center, Telegrafbukta offers a beach and walking paths along the coast, providing a relaxing escape from urban life.
  8. Skansen:
    • A historic district with charming wooden houses and narrow streets, Skansen reflects Tromsø’s rich history and maritime heritage.

These are just a few highlights, and Tromsø has much more to offer in terms of natural beauty, cultural experiences, and outdoor activities. The city’s unique location above the Arctic Circle adds an extra layer of fascination for visitors and residents alike.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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