The Faroese National Bird

On the day Grækarismessa the 12th of March we celebrate, that the National bird Tjaldrið (english: Oyster Catcher) is coming back to Faroe Islands after a long dark winther. We celebrate Grækarismessa with flagging, social gatherings in the public, where we listen to speeches and live music. We are so happy to see and hear […]

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FaroeGuide is growing

We have now started our third year in the Tourism in the Faroe Islands and we experience an increasing demand for our services which of course is very positive. The demand for our modern bedrooms and apartments are higher than before and the faroese dinners are quite popular among travellers, that wants to try the […]

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Faroe Islands is a popular destination

View of Árnafjall, Heinanøvan, Faroe Islands

Some of the largest and most respected travel publications in the world have chosen the Faroe Islands as a top destination to visit in 2019. Lonely Planet, The Guardian, The Sunday Telegraph and The Financial Times are among those recommending their readers visit the North Atlantic archipelago this year. This can be read on faroeislands.fo, […]

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Faroese Home Dining 1 March 2019

One of the most enjoyable aspects of travelling is tasting the local food. We are happy to serve a 4 course dinner in our authentic faroese home with a beautiful view. You will taste different faroese specialities. During the dinner, we will tell you about the faroese food culture and traditions and how we prepare and provide the […]

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Dinners 26. and 28. September 2018

Durita and Fróði love cooking Faroese specialities and serving it to their guests. They enjoy gathering their own food by fishing, participating in whaling and generally producing food from the amazing natural resources that the Faroe Islands has to offer. They serve an exciting high-quality menu with 12 different Faroese specialities, served as several courses […]

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