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Sandefjord is a town in Vestfold county, Norway.
An international small town with an exciting historical past.
Sandefjord is a historical town which has become a modern town of culture with a dynamic business life. The history of Sandefjord has been formed by the Viking Age, the shipping industry and whaling in Arctic and Antarctic areas. Sandefjord has a history of pioneer spirit and creativity, daring and bravery.
The Vikings had their very first settlements in Vestfold. The Gokstad Viking Ship which dates from the year 900 was discovered in Sandefjord. Today one can find a replica of this famous ship (the "Gaia“) down at the harbor. Like the Vikings, the urge to go abroad and explore foreign countries led the first whalers to the Artic Ocean. The history of the whalers can be explored at the Whaling Museum and at the Museum's Wharf with a visit aboard the whale-catcher "Southern Actor.“
Sandefjord is also a well known and frequently visited vacation spot for Norwegians during summer.
Sandefjord Airport, Torp (TRF) has flights to some major and minor cities around Norway and Europe, including Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Edinburgh, Frankfurt, London, Milan, Gothenburg, Marseille, Pisa, Liverpool, Newcastle, Glasgow, Nice, Alicante, Malaga, Milano, Prague, Stockholm, Warsaw and Wroclaw. Sandefjord is located 10 km from the airport. There is an hourly train from Torp station to Sandefjord, with a free shuttle bus connecting Torp airport to Torp station.
The Norwegian State Railway serves Sandefjord on the Oslo-Skien line (Vestfoldbanen). There are self-service luggage lockers at the train station. 40NOK per day.
Located approximately 1h and 30 minutes south of Oslo in Vestfold county by the E-18
Nor-Way Busexpress Line 182 goes through Sandefjord.
Konkurrenten Has a stop in Sandefjord on it's line between Oslo and Kristiansand
Lavprisexpressen is a lowcost buscompany, Line 191 goes through Sandefjord
Color Line has two ferries that connects Sandefjord to Strömstad in Sweden five times a day.
Everything in the town center is within walking distance, but to access the different areas around town including the many beaches it's recommended to use public transportation or to rent a bike.
Vestviken Kollektivtrafikk operates a bus service within Sandefjord and throughout Vestfold. The central bus station is just south of the train station on Møllersgate. Buy tickets on the bus, they accept both cash and credit cards.
There is a taxi stand at the train station, the airport and close to the main square. Keep in mind that traveling by taxi in Norway can get really expensive. The local taxi company is Vestfold Taxi.
What to see
The Whaling Monument is Sandefjord's most famous attraction. It's a sculpture from 1960 showing whalers in action.
The Whaling Museum, Museumsgata. Gives a very in detail history about whaling in Norway and around the world. It is very in depth, and goes in to great detail about how the whales are hunted and killed so it's not for the easily upset! Also has a collection of mounted Norwegian animals, including a large whale and (downstairs) several whale skeletons.
The whaling ship "The Southern Actor"
The Gokstad mound, Helgerødveien (can be found on the left hand side on the RV 303, about 2 kilometres from the centre towards Tønsberg). The site where the famous Gokstad Viking longboat was excavated in 1880. There are information boards with pictures on the site in English, Norwegian and German about the mound and the excavation.
Go for a walk on the Vesteroya peninsula North Sea Trail. Take the 168 bus to the end of the route (Tveitan) and follow the blue tracks (marked Kyststien) around the point. The tourist information centre has maps. Careful, there are only a few buses per day.