Where is the world’s largest underwater restaurant?

Five meters below the ocean surface in Southern Norway, the Snøhetta-designed gourmet restaurant Under is one of the world’s most unique attractions.

How do I get to under Norway?

You can arrive at Kjevik Airport by plane from the major Norwegian cities. SAS, Widerøe and Norwegian have arrivals from Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger and Trondheim. There are direct international arrivals from Copenhagen, Amsterdam, London and Gdansk.

Is there a direct ferry from UK to Norway?

There is no direct ferry from the UK to Norway. You can choose to travel to Holland (Rotterdam or Amsterdam) or France and drive to the north of The Netherlands (Groningen). From here you can take a ferry to Kristiansand. Other options are to travel to Germany (Kiel) or Denmark (Hirtshals, Copenhagen).

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Can I get to Norway by boat from UK?

If you’re travelling from the UK, our Copenhagen to Oslo ferry is the perfect route into Norway. Arriving in Copenhagen, you’ll sail overnight and next morning the breathtaking fjords will welcome you to Oslo.

Can I get a ferry from Scotland to Norway?

Unfortunately, there are no direct ferries from Scotland or England to Norway these days. This is possible with one of the two ferries to Holland and a 3-hour drive to the ferry departing from Eemshaven to Norway. However, it is also possible to drive further to Germany or Denmark and then make your crossing to Norway.

How long is the ferry from Aberdeen to Norway?

Aberdeen to Lerwick Ferry
Aberdeen – Lerwick Route summary
Average Daily Sailings1
Average Weekly Sailings7
Average Sailing Duration13h 21m
Fastest Sailing Duration12h 30m

How do you get to Norway from UK without flying?

Train travel

It’s easy to travel from London to Norway by train, taking an evening Eurostar to Brussels, going from Brussels to Copenhagen by train next day, then from Copenhagen to Oslo the day after that.

Can you get a ferry from Shetland to Norway?


Symril Line Ferries was established in 1982 with the aim of operating a passenger/vehicle ferry service on the North Atlantic linking Iceland, the Faroe Islands, Scotland/Shetland, Norway and Denmark.

Is Shetland Catholic or Protestant?

Shetland is part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Aberdeen. There is only one Catholic Church in Shetland, located in Lerwick. However, Mass is said in other places, using other places of worship belonging to other Christian groups on an occasional basis.

Is it hard to move to Shetland?

Moving to an island location may seem daunting but travel to Shetland is straightforward and extremely accessible. You have two options from the UK mainland: ferry or flight, and there are discounts for residents.

Can anyone live in Shetland?

Shetland has space for you and your family to settle and grow, excellent, modern schools and the kind of warm welcome that makes settling in easy. There’s a wide range of housing, from town apartment to remote crofthouse, all offering swift access to Shetland’s stunning landscape and thrilling coastline.

How do you say hello in Shetland?

First things first, welcome to Shetland – hiyi, noo den, whit lik’, or whatever – you’ll find a few variants of this common greeting.

Is it cheap to live in Shetland?

The cost of living in Shetland is around 20-65 per cent higher than the UK average, according to Shetland Islands Council. Higher fuel costs, a colder climate and the lack of consumer choice is said to be exacerbating the impact of the cost-of-living crisis.

Is the crossing to Shetland rough?

Unfortunately it’s an impossible question to answer as the roughness of the crossing depends entirely on the weather. I have done the crossing a few times (in summertime). It wasn’t rough, and we were able to sleep well on the crossing, both in the seated sleeping area and in a cabin. It can be rough though.

Is there a lot of crime on Shetland?

Despite having more than three times the population of the Orkney and Shetland Islands, this area only experiences around 20 more crimes per 10,000 people.

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The Top 10 Safest areas of Scotland
Local AuthorityTotal Reported Crimes per 10,000 people
Orkney Islands143.8
Shetland Islands195.1

Why are there no trees on Shetland?

The real reasons for the lack of trees are to do with clearance for firewood and the presence of sheep, which have prevented natural regeneration. Where sheep are excluded, trees grow with little or no shelter.

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