Outside the Russian consulate, there's an engaging little sculpture of a bear mounting – in every sense of the word, it would appear – a...
War Mothers Monument
In the town square, it commemorates women's efforts during the war.
Located up a short hill, it's dedicated to the Red Army troops who liberated the town in 1944.
A disco and pub attracting a mainly younger crowd.
This neat cafe attached to Ritz has a good selection of sandwiches, salads and cakes. It's equally pleasant inside or, the wind...
Lonely Planet review
Offers a wealth of tours as well as a day's trans-border visit to the Pechenga valley and mining city of Nikel (around NOK990), and a guided weekend in Murmansk (around NOK1700). For both you need a visa.