First Hotel Breiseth

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Jernbanegaten 1, Lillehammer, 2609, Norway
First Hotel Breiseth
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  • Business30

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lillehammer - Spiterstulen



jag undrar om det gar bussar fran Lillehammer till Spliterstulen ?


Re: lillehammer - Spiterstulen

by marielexoteria

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I wonder if there's buses going from Lillehammer to Spliterstluen?



Re: lillehammer - Spiterstulen

by HansDK

There no direct buses from Lillehammer to Spiterstulen.

You have to split the journey in 2:

Bus Lillehammer - Lom
Bus Lom - Spiterstulen

You can find links to bus timetables on Spiterstulen website (under 'nyttige lenker':

The timetables for Lom - Spiterstulen are not updated

Travel Tips for Lillehammer

Storgaten - the main street pedestrian zone

by Saagar

Storgaten is the main feature of lillehammer town for visitors and most locals alike. essentially a two-street town, Storgaten is the historic one with most preserved wooden houses and a good variety of shops and eateries.
During summer restaurants, coffee shops and pubs spill into the street, while in winter the winter theme is complete: white road with a gravelly path for the less sure-footed. You can see locals negotiate Storgaten on spark kick-sledge (see another tip) and occsionally on skis as well.
Storgaten stretches the city scape-length of Lillehammer, but the part that is car-free is where most of the action is (not so impressive, however). The pedestrian zone goes from Mesna river/bridge at Lilletorget in the north to S√łndre Park in the south. Start further north, however, because there are some good views, architecture and shops stretching out to where the small old villas take over the urban scene. Strolling Storgaten on a Saturday at noon-time is always fun.

The Olympic Museum

by Saagar

Not exactly a must-see og -do sports activity per se, but nevertheless, the Haakons Hall ice hockey venue for the Lillehammer '94 Games also houses the Norwegian Olympic Museum. Lots of collections from Norway's Olympic history and events and technology that changed sports in general. Medal collections etc. There is a special section of the Lillehammer '94 Games that runs along the galllery of the hall. You get to see selected films and a look at the ice hockey facility as well. There is a good lunch restaurant near the entrance if some of your party tires easily of this sort of thing...
A souvenir store, also at the entrance continue to sell Lillehammer Olympic memorabilia 10 years after. Outside, there is a coin-operated simulator that takes you on a ski ride down the Kvitfjell Olympic downhill course or the bobsleigh run. Cash for the entrance fee...

The Mesna River in summer

by Saagar

Straight through Lillehammer runs the Mesna River. Not much to speak of, as the river bed in town centre seems full of trash and with little water. Hyd-el production has taken most of the water into a tunnel and through turbines underneath town.
However, if you continue up past the old power plant just east of MesnaSenter and the Old Car Museum, you will soon come to a nice area of forests, small cliffs, pools and waterfalls. Walking the trails here can be a nice and rewarding experience. Good picnic spots, too, and swimming is possible in the deeper pools. Watch for broken glass when bathing! Upriver you pass a strange house (northern bank) that used to be the home of the seer Marcello Haugen, and further, up at the plateau, you will arrive to the Mesna River canal where the hyd-el plant sucks in its water. From the upstream end of this canal there is a possibility of rening a canoe in order to continue further upriver in much calmer water than nearer town. Contact the tourist office for current facilities and information.

Lillehammer Church

by littlesam1

Like most towns and villages Lillehammer has a church that lends itself to being photographed. The church in Lillehammer was built in 1882. There was major to the church renovation in 1959. The setting with the mountains in the background and the church in the valley is very beautiful and adds a certain charm for visitors to Lillehammer.

Norwegian Olympic Museum

by Diana75

Beside the sport facilities located in Hakons Hall (handball, football, volleyball, badminton, squash, fitness training, indoor climbing and golf), the Olympic Museum displays an interesting exhibition on the Olympic games from Athens in 1896 to Sydney 2000.

The museum has 6000 items, movies, videos, games and a separate Lillehammer 1994 section.

Opening hours:
-> from May to August: 10:00 - 18:00;
-> from September to May: 11:00 - 16:00.

Admission fees:
Adults: NOK 60; students/seniors: NOK 50; children: NOK 30; family ticket: NOK 150.


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Address: Jernbanegaten 1, Lillehammer, 2609, Norway