Kristiansand is a city, municipality and the county capital of Vest-Agder county in Southern Norway. Kristiansand city is the sixth largest in Norway,
Kristiansand is a summer tourist destination, attracting many visitors. in particular to its zoo, Kristiansand Zoo and Amusement Park, just east of the city. This is the second most visited attraction in Norway, after Holmenkollen, and had 925,000 visitors in 2012. The coastal scenery makes the eegion very spectacular from helicopter sightseeing Tours. The Quart festival was an annual music festival that took place in Kristiansand over five days in early July. There were large stages on Odderøya and smaller venues around the city. Founded in 1991 as Qvadradurmusivalen, the festival changed its name to the more catchy Quart Festival the following year. It included internationally known performers and was also known for booking acts that later became internationally known. For several years it was the largest music festival in Norway. Kristiansand is home to many other festivals as well, running throughout the year. Protestfestival, held in September, was launched in 2000 and aims to address apathy and indifference in politics, and includes debates, concerts and lectures combined with performance art and documentaries. Protestfestival claims to attract anarchists, communists, hippies as well as conservative Christians and capitalists and to encourage communication among these radically different groups.
A helicopter tour of Kristiansand and its square shaped city architecture. Beautiful coastline including Lillesand city and the famous zoo "Dyreparken".
30 min.SEE TOUR
5 person(s) 1,164.00 USD