Reine has been a commercial port since 1793. It is located in the Lofoten Islands and was chosen by a well-known publication in Norway, the magazine Allers, as the prettiest village in the country. I think that Reine has lots of competition in this department because it is very difficult to choose just one. The villages in the Lofoten islands are my favorite from around the country, most small towns are very picturesque, situated by the sea and surrounded by spectacular mountains. Its inhabitants lived in earlier times or drying fishing for cod, now do mainly from tourism. The surroundings are absolutely beautiful, as it is located at the foot of the mountain called Reinebringen. Within the village, there are many excursions to go to the village and it is a hard ride which reach 400 meters of altitude, in which even in summer cold My recommendation is not to pass by Reine, admire it from the E10 as a whole and strolling through its famous fishing huts, known as rorbur. housing currently serving. DOn't just listen to what people say. Instead, see for yourself that Reine is the most beautiful village in all of Norway.