Charlottenberg Travel Guide

  • Charlottenberg downtown in the night
    Charlottenberg downtown in the night
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  • The traffic circle in Charlottenberg
    The traffic circle in Charlottenberg
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  • Charlottenberg downtown in daytime
    Charlottenberg downtown in daytime
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Charlottenberg Restaurants

  • Peo's gatukök inside EuroCash

    Peo's gatukök is a great choice to have your meal if you are in EuroCash shopping mall. The hardworking staff are doing their best to serve you Kebab rulle. Kebab rulle.

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  • Källmans kafe

    Källmans kafe is a culinary adventure. The cafe is a typical Scandinavian countryside eating place and bar. Egg and bacon.

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Charlottenberg Transportation

  • The road to Charlottenberg

    Charlottenberg lies on Swedish national road 61, which becomes Norwegian national road 2 at the border. Nearby towns is Åmotfors (14 km) and Arvika (36 km) in Sweden. The nearby towns in Norway is Magnor (11 km), Skotterud (17 km) and Kongsvinger (45 km).

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  • Bus to Charlottenberg

    TIMEkspress bus company have 3 buses from Kongsvinger (Norway) to Charlottenberg at 10.50, 12.50 and 14.50, with return 11.50, 13.50 and 15.50. The buses will only make a short stop in Kongsvinger before they drive directly to Oslo.

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Charlottenberg Shopping

  • Sport Shopen

    Sport Shopen is the largest sports shop in Charlottenberg. It is located close to the the main traffic circle and Tallmon Köpcenter.The retail price for sports equipment is not cheaper in Sweden than Norway.

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  • Rusta

    Rusta in Charlottenberg is the first store after crossing the border from Norway to Sweden. It is a builders' merchant. Furniture and supplies for the house.

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  • Godis Fabriken

    Godis Fabriken in Charlottenberg is the oldest candy shop in the town. It is located in the main street of Charlottenberg. This is the original candy shop. Candy

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Charlottenberg Warnings and Dangers

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    Customs check at the border into Norway

    by georeiser Written Dec 21, 2009

    The Customs check at the border into Norway is strict. Beware not to buy too much alcohol and tobacco before crossing the border, or else the customs officer will confiscate it and give you a fine. The customs officers usually stand along the road side and stop cars by random check (sse picture).

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    Charlottenberg in Sweden 4 more images

    by georeiser Updated Aug 2, 2010

    Fondest memory: Charlottenberg is a little Swedish town in Eda Municipality in Värmland County, close to the border of Norway. The town is most known for uncharming Norwegians on cross-border shopping. The outskirts of the town is the worst example of ugly architecture. Large shopping malls and advertising signs make the landscape look terrible.
    Charlottenberg benefits greatly from the border trade encouraged by the difference in retail prices between Norway and Sweden. Alcohol, meat and confectionery are sold in large quantities. But Charlottenberg has become more expensive than comparative places in Sweden.

    The population in Charlottenberg is around 3,000 people. The town has a railway station, which is the last station in Sweden before the Norwegian border.

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