LET'S MEET IN THE ARCTIC
Tromsø is situated 69 ⁰N with daily international and domestic flights. Between majestic mountains and fjords we welcome you to join urban wilderness with high standard hotels, restaurants and bars, as well as exciting culture offers and nature experiences.
Whether you are looking to host your next meeting or conference, participate in congresses or events, or create unforgettable memories with your team, we're here to help!
Arctic Meetings specialize in the design and implementation of conferences, congresses, events, activities, tours, transportation and program logistics in the Arctic region. We're a professional network concisting of hotels, activity suppliers, DMC's, Tromsø municipality, Visit Tromsø, and transportation and logistic suppliers in Tromsø. Together, we're possessing extensive local knowledge, expertise and resources. The collaboration within our network is strong and we pride ourselves in working together to find the best possible solution for you and your team.
Information on Covid-19
- In Tromsø you are allowed to have public gatherings for 50 people (non-fixed seating) and up to 200 people (fixed seating)
- Your host/venue will be responsible for all infection control
- In Tromsø restaurants and bars that are still open usually operates with normal opening hours
- The 1-meter rule applies in all public places
Even though we are far North, you are sure to get the big city experience in this small and unique Arctic city. With a rich and diverse cultural scene, high quality food experiences and accommodation you can walk 15 minutes out of the city center and find yourself in the middle of nature. Go dogsledding under the Northern Lights during winter or explore Arctic wildlife on fjord tours under the Midnight sun during summer. Tromsø is both urban and wild.
The Arctic Frontiers conference has been hosted in Tromsø for the past 13 years. This year, due to the pandemic, they have decided to run the conference digitally. We had a chat with Executive Director Anu Fredrikson about her visions and the importance of educating and talking about the Arctic region globally.