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Welcome to Visit Asker - the official Asker page

Visit Asker -  the official page for Asker - is under construction, so soon you will find a lot more information about Asker here.

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Local Asker products

Asker products are great as gifts or a treat to yourself.

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Vettre is the largest sub-area in Asker with around 5500 inhabitants. About 10 percent of Asker's population is living here.

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Heggedal is, with its about 5000 inhabitants, among the highest populated sub-areas in Asker. Heggedal is like a small seperate community with library, health clinics, senior center, pub, sports hall, bakery and train station.

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Churches in Asker

Asker has five churches, all with different styles and characters for you to explore.

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What to do in Asker

Enjoy Asker's varied nature and go fishing, swimming or skiing. Do your shopping in the many unique shopping areas and malls, visit a farm and experience the rich cultural life.

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Private accommodation in Asker

Sometimes you want a more personal or informal experience, and then private accommodation might be an alternative to hotels.

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Map of Asker and Bærum

Have you been missing a local map with attractions, restaurants and local shops in Asker? Now it's soon here!

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Getting to Asker

Asker is centrally located between the cities of Oslo and Drammen. It is easy to get here whether you come by plane, boat, train, bus, car or bicycle.

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Beaches in Asker

Asker has a beautiful coastline with many small islands and beaches. Three of the beaches are awarded with the international beach award, the Blue Flag.

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Attractions in Asker

Explore the many art galleries and museums, the Coast culture centre and the sporting fascilities.

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About Asker

Asker is known for its beautiful and varied nature, the Royal family in Skaugum, important businesses  and for being one of the most popular places in Norway to live.

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