The exuberant city of Hamar is situated on the east shores of Mjosa, Norway's biggest lake. A large portion of Mjøsa's shores are overwhelmed by moving agrarian regions, among them the absolute most ripe land in Norway. On the headland Domkirkeodden lies the remains of the 950‐year‐old Hamar Cathedral. An amazing steel and glass cover was raised in 1998 to secure the vestiges of the house of God, and the defensive building is the biggest glass development in Europe, with a ground zone of 2,600 square meters. The remains are a piece of Hedmarksmuseet, which gives you understanding in the history from the Viking time and the Middle Ages to the present. The magazine Travel and Leisure has voted the exhibition hall a standout amongst the most delightful on the planet. Youngsters cherish Hamar as enterprises are numerous and never far between. At Koigen diversion ground in Hamar town focus, the youthful ones can appreciate shallow waters, a sandy shoreline, and a fun play region with loads of hardware.
From Koigen it's not far to Ankerskogen swimming pool, that has a few pools, slides, a climbing divider and water guns, and in the historical center stop at the Norwegian Railway Museum, you will discover old railroad tracks, signals, motor sheds, railroad stations and other energizing structures. Hamar offers great open doors for outside exercises, for example, angling, kayaking, cycling and hitting the fairway. On a vessel trip with Skibladner, the world's most established saved oar steamer in timetabled benefit, you will find "the specialty of moderate travel".