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1. Tromsø, Norway

Flights from London to Tromso, Norway (above the Arctic Circle) from £32 (£44 usual price, £32 with Wizz Discount Club)

In Tromsø there is always a good chance of seeing the northern lights in the period September until April. These are the months of the year when it is dark enough outside to see the lights dance across the sky.

Tour: Aurora Chase with professional photographers

2. Rovaniemi, Lapland - Santa's Village

Flights from London to Rovaniemi, Lapland from £54

In Rovaniemi you can visit Santa Claus and cross the Arctic Circle every day of the year.

Tour: Northern Lights Hunt and Arctic Circle

3. Iceland

Flights from several UK cities to Iceland from £37.

Flights from Luton - from £37
Flights from Manchester - from £65

Iceland is one of the best places in the world to see the aurora borealis, or northern lights. Here, at 65° N on the southern edge of the Arctic Circle, you can see auroras almost every night (and in warmer temperatures than other viewing locations in Scandinavia).

Tour: Northern Lights Night Tour from Reykjavik

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    Got back with my family on 23rd after a week away in Tromso… best holiday I’ve had and loads to do (Dog sledding, Reindeer rides, Northern Lights etc.). Best times for lights are apparently Feb and March, but we got lucky. It’s worth pointing out that you may only see a faint development and on other occasions it may be a vivid showing that goes on and on. Enjoy one of the many pictures that our pro guide Marcus (Greenlander Tours) took… ours weren’t as good as his. The flight prices seem very cheap at £44, but I would say do whatever it takes to get to Tromso and just enjoy a life changing trip! Hope this info helps anyone interested.


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    That's a nice photo. Thanks for the details
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    I’ve been to Tromso, the flights might be cheap but be prepared to spend easily at least £2-300 per person per day on meals, hotels and activities
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    It’s expensive, but you don’t need to search that hard to find things that are affordable. I went there in Dec 2018 and the whole trip cost me and my wife ~£700 all in for four nights. AirBnB self-catered, including flights and accommodation.
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    google solar maximum.........
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    A friend of mine saw them on a trip here a few weeks ago .Seems a good price but not happy with Wizzair at the mo.Still waiting for compensation from 6 months ago!
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    Good price for flights!
    How are other expenses such as hotels & Food? Scandinavian countries are supposedly be expensive
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    You can find a wide range of accomodations from shared hostels to 5* exclusive hotel rooms or igloos.
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    Wouldn't touch wizzair with a barge pole. Had a very bad experience with them and discovered a Facebook page I've jouned to try get my money back along with thousands of others in the same situation. They're cowboys - you Just need to Google them and complaints/refund and you'll see how many hundreds are trying to get their money back from cancelled and delayed flights list luggage etc.. don't be fooled by the cheap flight price!
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    I'm sorry to hear that, I never had any issues with Wizz, I flew with them exactly 26 times. I've heard of the news, personally I've never had a problem, maybe I'm just lucky

    If you had a travel insurance you could contact them, if you didn't you could contact a company which will help you to get a refund, of course for a fee. (edited)
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    All I can say is go to Tromsø and you won't regret it. It is a small town with some fantastic people, yet it has all the facilities you may need as a toruist, with a great public transport and a well connected airport. Bonus points if you hire a car and do a short road trip. Extra bonus points if you also get to see the northern lights.

    If the worls was to end, I'd either go there or to Bermudas.
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    I’d second this, my ship ran aground in Norway so we were stuck there for a while. (Some VERY) friendly locals, really warm and seem to love the Brits. Eye wateringly expensive beer though
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    Isn't it pot luck to see the northern lights? Or are there guaranteed times of the year where you will definitely see it?
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    Nothing is guaranteed, including seeing the lights. I've been lucky enough to see them in Northern Finland and on the flight home they were displaying for at least 30mins. It was a memorable experience.
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    this is tragic, but I spent 12 days in Alaska at the beginning of this month, there were a couple of very clear nights to see the Nothern lights and I slept through them, I was gutted
    this may be my next best opportunity to see them (edited)
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    Oh no! :(Hope you get to see them one day.
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    Aurora Borealis! At this time of year, at this time of day, in this part of the country, localised entirely outside your window?
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    Yes

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    Seen this in Gloucester UK about a decade ago on a night shift trek home, very few cars on the road but all cars were pulling up at the side of the road, to gaze into the sky and it was on the news the next day - couldn't figure it out myself at the time but it was like a scene from ET but no bikes - bit like philips hue in the sky
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    Tromso was hands down my best holiday. Tried seeing the northern lights in Iceland and failed so this time went via chasing lights bus tour and saw them would highly recommend them and a visit to the country, a real hidden gem
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    flights is super cheap but hotels+meals are expensive and activities. if you want to see the northern light, try the cruise, it is much cheaper overall.
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    Any suggestions?
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    Thanks - booked it! 

    I was looking to do a trip to Tromso earlier last year, but the flight and accommodation costs put me off. 

    I have managed to get a double room in an air bnb in Tromso City centre for £70 a night, which is very good. 

    The Equinox is on the 20th March, so there is a higher chance of seeing the aurora (cloud cover permitting of course!) 

    Hopefully it’ll be third time lucky to see the northern lights, after two previous no aurora trips to Iceland. 
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    Share photos with us if you get lucky
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    Great price but the picture is of Iceland
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    I know, initially the title has been different, but it has been redacted by the editors. If you read the article there are deals including Iceland too
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    Tromso is a fantastic place - were there just before Covid, unfortunately didn't see the lights (managed this year in Iceland) but thoroughly recommend it as a place to visit
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    We booked a few months ago with FlyNorse... Was £55 return, another option worth looking into especially if you want oslo
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    Reminds me of my Iceland trip back in 2014 Dec… During my 5 nights there, I was out in for a major part of nights and yet saw nothing. One the night before my departure , out of my hostel window in Reykjavik I saw a faint glimpse for a couple of seconds.. voting it hot as hope never dies
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    Is it a fly by?
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    Ryanair, WizzAir and EasyJet depending on departure & destination
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    Good price and only 363 days left to wait for santa
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    Do wizzair flights actually happen?
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    I never had a cancelled flight with them, I use them for 7+ years
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    Thanks OP. Got as far as picking out hotels in Tromso before the wife reminded me she doesn't have any holiday left to take.
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    You will only need a single room then
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    Beautiful place to visit, went there in the summer a few years ago, well worth it at any time of year. 24 hours of daylight in the summer, 24 hours of night in the depths of winter. Amazing amazing place thoroughly recommended.
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    Everytime I click on the link to view the flight from london , the price is £54 not 44 🤷🏻‍♀️
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