In Norway, the best hours to see the northern lights are between 23:00 pm and 02:00 am. You can see them in places like:
Tromsø – early September – early April
This place experiences a subarctic climate because winter temperatures are cold enough to qualify and summer season is short. During the winter it accumulates many flurries of snow. Read more!
Alta – early September – early April
It is a place with frequent clear skies and subarctic climate. It is known as the town of the aurora. Read more!
Senja – early September – early April
During the winter, Senja is a very cold city. It is a good city where you can watch the aurora in Norway. Read more!
Bodø – early September – early April
Bodø is a place located just north of the Arctic Circle and it is the largest urban area and city in Nordland County, and the second-largest in North Norway.
Andøya – early September – early April
This is the tenth largest Island in Norway and also a very good place to see the aurora in Norway.
Oslo-early September – early April
Even though the aurora is not visible most of the year in Norway, you might get the luck of seeing it around January.