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East Norway : Telemark
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Telemark is a county in East Norway.


  • Skien - a town where the famous author Henrik Ibsen was born
  • Porsgrunn - a town with a yearly street theater festival.
  • Notodden - holds a yearly blues festival in August.
  • Kragerø - a seaside town which attracts many tourists in summer.
  • Brevik - a seaside town with a bacallao festival.
  • Langesund - a seaside town with many concerts at Wrightegaarden in summer, also has a fish festival and a sea shanty festival.
  • Rjukan - a town deep in a valley that the sun doesn't reach there during winter. Also the home of the Industrial workers museum and the heavy water sabotage mission during WWII
  • Bø i Telemark - a small village in the heart of Telemark. Major attraction is Bø Sommerland.

Other destinations

  • Nome - a municipality
  • Gaustadtoppen - The highest mountain in south Norway.
  • Rauland - Mountain Village in Vinje, Telemark.
  • Haukeli - Mountain Village in East of Vinje, Telemark. Huge skidestination during winter.



Get in

By air: Telemark is served by two airports with scheduled flights, Skien Geiteryggen Airport and Notodden Airport.

By car: E18, the main road of Eastern and Southern Norway, passes through Telemark in the districts of Porsgrunn, Bamble and Kragerø.

By bus:

By train:

Get around


Ibsen's Venstøp, Skien - The place where the world-famous writer Henrik Ibsen was born.





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