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Hotel Foroyar Star Rating 4        
Oyggjarvegur 45

Set 2 kilometers from the Listasavn Føroya art museum, this sleek hotel, in a low-rise building with a grass roof, is 4 kilometers from Skansin, a 16th-century fortress.Featuring panoramic views of Tórshavn and the Atlantic Ocean, the modern rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Suites add sitting rooms and whirlpool tubs.
Guesthouse Marknagil Star Rating 2        
Marknagilsvegur 75

Overlooking the Nólsoy fjord, this seasonal guesthouse is 3 km from the Listasavn Føroya art museum and 5 km from the National Museum of the Faroe Islands.Colorful, modest rooms offer free Internet (cables not included) and en suite bathrooms. There are no telephones or TVs.
Guesthouse Undir Fjalli        
Marknagilsvegur 75

Overlooking the Nólsoy fjord, this seasonal guesthouse is 3 km from the Listasavn Føroya art museum and 5 km from the National Museum of the Faroe Islands.Colorful, modest rooms offer free Internet (cables not included) and en suite bathrooms. There are no telephones or TVs.
Hotel Torshavn Star Rating 3        
Torsgota 4

Overlooking the harbor, this modern hotel is 2 minutes' walk from Tórshavn Cathedral, 9 minutes' walk from the historic fortress of Skansin and 1 km from Listasavn Føroya art museum.Unfussy rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms have harbor views, and a single suite adds a whirlpool tub.
Hotel Hafnia Star Rating 4        
4-10 Aarvegur

A 4-minute walk from the Port of Tórshavn, this straightforward hotel in a modern building is an 11-minute walk from National Library of the Faroe Islands and 2 km from Listasavn Føroya, an art museum.Unpretentious, modest rooms offer free Wi-Fi and TVs, plus minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking facilities; 1 suite adds harbor views.Complimentary continental breakfast is served in a bright, airy restaurant.
Hostel Kerjalon        
Oyggjavegur 49

Set on a hillside overlooking the capital of Thorshavn, this hostel is 1.9 miles from the town centre. It offers free Wi-Fi and a communal fully equipped kitchen.
The Atlantic Puffin        
Maritugota 18

The Atlantic Puffin offers a comfortable setting when in Torshavn. It also features a ticket service, an airport shuttle and a tour desk.The Atlantic Puffin offers a comfortable apartment, designed to suit the requirements of any traveller.
Gjaargardur Guesthouse Star Rating 2        
Dalavegur 20

Set within the picturesque countryside of Gjogv, Gjaargardur Guesthouse provides comfortable accommodation and a wide range of facilities, including bicycle rental, a table tennis table and free Wi-Fi.There are 25 cosy rooms at Gjaargardur Guesthouse Gjogv, each providing all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.The guest house's restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, providing guests with an easy dining experience near their room.
62 N Airport Hotel Star Rating 3        
Djúpheiðar 4

Hotel Vagar offers 3-star accommodation in Sorvagur.Those staying at the hotel have access to its wide range of outdoor activities, such as horse riding and hiking.The rooms offer a flat-screen TV, a private bathroom and a DVD player.
Bladypi Guesthouse        
Dr. Jakobsensgøta 14-16

This guesthouse, located in the centre of the coastal city of Tórshavn, is 550 yards from Tórshavn Ferry Terminal. Guests have access to a shared kitchen and free Wi-Fi.The bright rooms of Bládýpi Guesthouse have either private or shared bathroom facilities.
 
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The Faroee Islands an autonomous area under Danish administration lie between Iceland and Norway. All in all there are 18 islands of which 17 are inhabited. The total population is about 48 000. The islands (reached by air from Denmark and Iceland or by ferry from Iceland, Denmark, Norway or the Shetlands in Scotland) consist of rugged green mountains fjords and countless waterfalls.

Other attractions include medieval churches, fishing villages, old farmhouses and sheep. We love it there: It's not in the least touristy if you stay away from the shoppingstreets in Torshavn. The people are friendly (you can find yourself engaged in long talks with the local fishermen), it's fairly modern and it has a unique atmosphere. The light which constantly changes is extraordinary.

The islands are known for their linguistic diversity as every little "bygd" (settlement) has a very distinctive dialect. We especially enjoyed the towns of Gjogv, Kirkjubo, Torshavn (the capital city), Tjornevik (wide windswept beach) and Saksun (set on the hillside above a tidal lake). Be prepared for sudden changes in its relatively mild climate.