Sourced from Wikivoyage. Text is available under the CC-by-SA 3.0 license.Gjøvik is a city in Oppland. Gjøvik sits on the western of the great Mjøsa lake, Norway's widest and second deepest lake, across from Hamar.
By planeOslo Airport (OSL)
By train11 daily deparures from Oslo.
By carRoute 4 from Oslo or Lillehammer. Route 33 from Valdres.
Gjøvik Olympiske Fjellhallphone: +47 61138200address: Heimdalsgate 2This icehockey arena is enterely built inside a mountain. Part of the 1994 olympic tournament were held here. The arena seats 5830. Skates are available for rent, for those who wants to try the ice. Also houses a swimming pool that are open all days except Thursday.
phone: +47 91170500address: Niels Ødegaardsgate 3Museum with exhipits related to the town.
phone: +47 61144080address: Jernbanegate 2Skibladner, built in 1856, is the worlds oldest paddle steamer. Nick-named the white swan of lake Mjøsa. In the summer the old routes on lake Mjøsa is recreated. Tu,Th and Sa Skibladner departs for a roundtrip to Lillehammer. And on W,F and Su for Eidsvoll.
Gjøvik Chokoladephone: +47 61132870address: Storgaten 16Handmade chocolate.
Egonphone: +47 61132410address: Jernbanegata 5
Chaplin Caféphone: +47 61178006address: Jernbanegata 2
phone: +47 61171011address: Parkveien 8
Thon Hotel Gjøvikphone: +47 61132000
Quality Hotel Grandphone: +47 61140000address: Jernbanegata 5
Touristinformation Gjøvik Land Totenphone: +47 61 14 67 10address: Jernbanetorget 3