Moskenes Travel Guide

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Moskenes Transportation

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    Map: http://test2000.reiseinfo.no/default.aspx

    by gubbi1 Updated Apr 4, 2011

    This tip I guess is the most questioned thing regarding Moskenes, beside the ferry timetable.
    Have a look below there is the weblink to the bus connection from A to Hamnoy via Reine and Moskenes. For other connections click the link there saying 'Rutetabeller' on the left then 'buss' at the bus symbol.

    This map here shows all bus connections.

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    by mingul Written Apr 10, 2008

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    Be careful when you arrive in Moskenes, there might not be any transportation available.

    Make sure you check with your hosts in Lofoten and try to arrange for a pick-up as distances are not very long. There might be a minibus there, but I remember it to be very pricy.

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Moskenes Shopping

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    by mingul Written Apr 10, 2008

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    When I have visited Lofoten in September, everything was pretty sleepy and the supermarket from the village of Å i Lofoten was closing pretty early (4 o'clock if I remember well)

    However if you are feeling for something to eat/drink later in the evening, try the supermarket in Moskenes. It was open until 10PM.

    What to buy: Any item you would buy in a supermarket:) Nothing special here

    What to pay: A bit more pricier, but not exagerrated.

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Moskenes Off The Beaten Path

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    Church, Moskenes, Lofoten, NO 2 more images

    by gubbi1 Written Jun 16, 2008

    I guess only people who are bored during the wait for the ferry will find their way up to the church above Moskenes harbour (and me not waiting for the ferry ;) ). But I was surprised to find some very old grave crosses just behind dating back to 1859.

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