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    Tórshavn Welcome Card 2016 [maincontentTabcontent]

    Tórshavn Welcome Card gives you free access to museums, the aquarium, swimming pool and discount in shops with Faroese art and design as well as in cafés in Tórshavn.
     

    The price for the card is:

     

    24 hours - DKK 80

    48 hours - DKK 95

    72 hours - DKK 110

     

    Subject to change.

     
    Buy your card in VisitTórshavn in town center
     
     
     
     

    Hotel Føroyar [maincontentTabcontent]

    The hotel is located in a wonderfully calm and quiet area, yet only 6 minutes from town by car. Should you prefer walking into town, it takes approximately 25 minutes via well-worn sheep trails that find their way through the beautiful and peaceful landscape. Hotel Føroyar offers breathtaking views of Tórshavn from all rooms. In other words - an excellent base for a stay. 
     

    The closest neighbours are the birds that often nest outside on the roof, right by the windows - perhaps you are the lucky one to see an egg hatch one day. Then there are the omnipresent Faroese sheeps, that walk silently around grassing right outside.

     


     

    Hotel Klaksvík [maincontentTabcontent]

    Hotel Klaksvík

    Hotel Klaksvík is well located in Klaksvík. With a beautiful view over the city, you can enjoy good food and a pleasant visit. 

     

    The hotel has two restaurants accommodating 30 and 60 people respectively. With a nice view over the harbour you can enjoy the breakfast, and during the day coffee and appetizers.

     
    The hotel has 28 double/single rooms in different sizes. Almost every room has a good view. 25 rooms come with showers, toilets and cable TV. It is not allowed to smoke in the rooms. The hotel offers free wireless internet connection.

    Guesthouse Gjáargarður [maincontentTabcontent]

    It is not that far to Gjógv. But a stay at Gjáargarður is far from your everyday life. The charming guesthouse is situated in very cosy, peaceful and beautiful surroundings and has a nice and friendly atmosphere.

     

    The name derives from its harbour (gjógv - gorge). The 400 years old village Gjógv has about 60 inhabitants. The village Gjógv is the northernmost village on Eysturoy and is situated 67 kilometres (40 miles) from Tórshavn. The road leads trough 10 villages and will take you over the bridge that connects the two largest islands Streymoy and Eysturoy.

     

    Gjáargarður has a selection of accommodation options. There are double rooms, family rooms as well as Bed and Breakfast in boxbeds. There are 25 light and pleasant double rooms. All rooms can take an extra bed as well. In addition, there are 10 viking-style alcoves in Roykstovan on 4th floor. They are sold as bed and breakfast accommodation. These share toilet and shower.