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Etika – sushi

The restaurant serves some of the world’s finest sushi by combining Japanese cuisine, fresh Faroese fish and a sparkle of creativity. The menu also features grilled fish, seafood, beef and lamb. See the menu or book a table.  Opening hours Monday…

Local history museum in Strendur

The local history museum in Strendur covers the local history in the area.   Open by appointment Call phone: +298 227850   Admission fees Adults    50 DKK Children  Free   Address Heygsstøð 4 490 Strendur

Fishing with a Rod

Grab a rod and go fishing. Faroe Islanders have been fishing for centuries, and fishing still plays an essential role in the community. With the ocean never further than 5 km away it is effortless to grab a rod and…

Covid-19

COVID-19 guidelines from the Government of the Faroe Islands (korona.fo) As of February 2022, there are no restrictions for all travellers to the Faroe Islands. The Faroese government has decided to lift restrictions due to a successful recovering plan and…

FAQ

Q: “Where can I find ferry/bus schedules?” A: If you follow this link, you can see a list of ferry prices as well as an overview of all bus and ferry routes. The pre-selected timetable in the link is route…

The Eysturoy tunnel

The Eysturoy tunnel (Eysturoyartunnilin) took almost four years to construct and finally opened on 19 December 2020. The tunnel connects the fjord Skálafjørð and Tórshavn with a subsea tunnel, which is 11 kilometres long. Both sides of the bay of…

Norska Løva

Die Nordische Löwe (The Norwegian Lion), also known as Norska Løva and Norske Løve, was a large, three-masted frigate with 36 cannons belonging to the Danish East India Company. On 4 December 1707, Norska Løva departed from Copenhagen headed for Trankebar…

Rent a bike

Explore the Faroe Islands by bike Whether you wish to go on your own adventure or a guided tour, rentabike.fo has many different offers. In addition to this, they also provide their customers with trip suggestions and useful information.

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