Sightseeing By Bus | Sisimiut | West Greenland
Sisimiut is the second largest city in Greenland and was founded in the 1764. For the last 250 years the city has undergone rapid development, which also is the reason why Holsteinsborg colony was created. The town is a melting pot for old and new and everything in between. With education, modern development and technology still coexist with the old ways of hunting. You will be taken through town, see where the locals sell their catch of the day and where the greenlandic sled dogs are situated, finally a visit to the local museum. You will get an entire picture of the history and development of Sisimiut.
Originally, the colony was at the plateau above the harbor, but today it has grown out of the mountainsides and into the country, so there are some great vantage points where we hold a photo stop.
Especially this tour gives a good overview of the city and it is more fun to move around on your own afterwards.
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- 2 hours of bus sightseeing
- Tour guide
- Scheduled Photo stops
What to bring
- Sunglasses, sunscreen & sun hat (depending on weather)
- Something to drink/ Water bottle
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