Svolvær is a picturesque coastal town that lives up to its reputation as a popular tourist spot. Surrounded by majestic mountains, the town is renowned for its thriving fishing industry. There is a constant fishy smell in the air, which arises from the stockfish being hung out to dry. Overall, Svolvær may not be the ultimate destination in itself, but for us, it served as the gateway to the Lofoten Islands. While Svolvær and the rest of the archipelago may lack upscale hotels and fine dining options, they more than compensate with the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Lofoten archipelago - Svolvær, Lofoten, Norway.
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