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Sogndal Tourist Office

Sogndal Tourist Office Photo: Iren Vatne Sogndal Tourist Office Photo: Sogndal Kulturhus
Sogndal Tourist Office Photo: Iren Vatne
Sogndal Tourist Office Photo: Sogndal Kulturhus

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Sogndal Tourist Information is located at The Mix Kiosk Parkbygget. It is close to the park and the centre of Sogndal.

Opening hours:

Monday - Sunday 10:00 - 22:00

Download Sognefjord brochure: http://www.sognefjord.no/en/ABOUT-THE-REGION/Get-brochure/

Facilities

  • Hire

    • bicycles

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  • Tourist information Tourist information

Hours

5/26/2014 - 12/31/2014
Mon - Sun

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Sogndal Tourist Office - Photo: Iren Vatne

Sogndal Tourist Office

Sogndal Tourist Information is located at The Mix Kiosk Parkbygget. It is close to the park and the centre of Sogndal. Opening hours: Monday -...

Sogndal Tourist Office

Source: Visitnorway

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