Weather in Lillehammer. Actual conditions and forecast
Week forecast for temperature, rain and cloudiness
Map of wind conditions for Lillehammer area
Map of Lillehammer temperature forecast1. You can zoom in to Lillehammer using the '+' button, or check temperatures around the globe by the '-' button.
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This temperature map is centered around Lillehammer. The map is real-time and interactive.
Rain forecast for Lillehammer area1. Using the control panel above this map, you can check the rain forecast for Lillehammer for any period within next 10 days.
2. Via the top control panel, you can check the following weather parameters: Temperature, Cloud cover, Precipitation, Wind and Pressure.
This precipitation forecast map is centered around Lillehammer. The map is also real-time and interactive.
Climate in Norway and weather forecast - best seasons for visitWith regards to planning a beach holiday in Norway, this can only be achieved in the middle of July. This month is considered the warmest and suitable for water activities; the water temperature here is warmed up to 16 degrees. Yachting is one activity that enjoys huge popularity in Norway. If you like fishing, then travelling to this Scandinavian country is best left until the beginning of summer. Nonetheless, fishing is popular in the southwest region even in winter. In autumn, the fish go to spawn, so it is prohibited by law to carryout fishing during this time. Also in summer, cruise excursions to the fjords are quite popular. It is worth noting that from late June to early July, is the ‘famous’ season of white nights in Norway. During this period, the highest peak of tourist activity is observed. In September, discounts for various excursion tours to Norway are already being offered. … Open
Atmosphere of Norway: politicsGeographically, Norway is divided into nineteen regions, with the capital of the country, the city of Oslo, having the status of region. Each region, in turn, is divided into districts, the so-called communes. District council is the first level of the self-government. Deputies get into its structure by direct voting of citizens and they get to stay in office for a period of 4 years. The local governments of Norway are endowed with enormous powers. They even regulate the issues of taxation and financing. The Police of each district are however under the chain of command of the state department, and not to the local self-governmental bodies. There is a multi-party political system running in the Country, and Norwegians are very fond of discussing serious political problems. Despite the factual opposition of various party platforms, conflicts in the country are very rare, and there have been no mass clashes on political grounds for the last several decades. … Open
Sights of Lillehammer - photogallery
Lillehammer guide chapters
Advices for travellers
15. Most locals go to bed pretty early. Heavy fines are provided for making noise in the streets after 9:00 pm. 14. Those who wish to go fishing on the lake must purchase a special license, as well as pay a fee. All necessary documents can be issued in one of the tourist centers. 13. During walks in parks and nature reserves, you can only move along specially laid paths. Some parks have special restriction … Open
Shopping, streets and outlets
A unique shopping facility is Fabrikken AS occupying an old factory building. Today, the historic industrial building houses more than 30 workshops. The best glassblowers, ceramic manufacturers, artists, and masters of other arts work here every day. The center also has several excellent jewelry stores, which offer much more affordable prices than most local stores. It's hardly possible to find more original … Open
Lillehammer for children - what to visit
In the vicinity of the city there is a picturesque reserve Nordseter which turns into a popular skiing area in winter. During the rest of the year, this reserve is ideal for hiking and excursions. It is liked by fans of eco-tourism. With children here, you can walk along beautiful forests, admire the wonderful lakes, feed the birds floating on them and also admire the wonderful mountain scenery that opens from the … Open
Travel guide to Lillehammer
In a miniature building with a tiled roof, whose facade is painted in bright red color, there is a very interesting Postal Museum. At its entrance, you can see several miniature red cars. It was on such cars that the city delivered mail several decades ago. The opening of this original museum took place in 1947. Its collection is very diverse and includes a variety of subjects, related to the development of postal … Open
Traditions and mentality of Lillehammer
Lillehammer became a permanent venue for one of the country's largest literary festivals - the Norwegian Festival of Literature. Both famous and novice literary figures take part in the event. As part of the festival, visitors enjoy meet-and-greets, presentations of new works, and literary evenings. The Festival of Literature is aimed at a wide range of people so both children and elderly are welcome. In recent … Open
Cuisine and top restaurants
Relax in a casual and friendly atmosphere at Lillehammer Bryggeri Bar, which is extremely popular with locals. This bar is located far from the busy tourist areas, therefore not all tourists are aware of its existence. Here, guests are always offered an excellent selection of beers from local breweries, popular fish dishes, and original snacks from farm products. The bar is actively cooperating with meat and dairy … Open