The Svalbard archipelago is halfway between mainland Norway and the North Pole. Longyearbyen is the capital of Svalbard. The living conditions are tough: the maximum temperature in summer is around 6 degrees Celsius, and permafrost prevails in the other months. Nevertheless, the remote polar region attracts people from all over the world with its glaciers, fjords, polar bears, whales and the natural spectacle of the northern lights. You can also find out more about Longyearbyen and Spitzbergen in our Euromaxx book “111 extreme places in Europe that you have to see”.
Now we would like to know from you: What is the most remote place you have ever been called? We are giving away a copy of the new Euromaxx book “111 extreme places in Europe that you have to see” among all participants.
The most remote place I’ve ever been is: …
The closing date for entries is April 23, 2021, 12 noon UTC. The judges’ decision is final. Good luck!