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Sightseeing boattrips Photo: Thor Andresen
Sightseeing boattrips Photo: Thor Andresen

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The Sognefjord is the longest and deepest Fjord in Europe. It's stretshing 204 km in inland and is 1296 m.at its deepest.
Welcome to eventful days - in Winter, in Spring - when the fruitblossom is at its most beautiful - or Summer - colourful Autumn.
Astoundingly between whatever the season.
There are express boats leaving Bergen to the Sognefjord all year - to Balestrand, Leikanger, Vik and Sogndal. Vers a visa.
Passenger boat between Flåm-Aurland-Gudvangen all year.

Book your trip here:

Fjærlandsfjorden ( Balestrand – Hella - Fjærland ) :

https://www.visitflam.com/en/sightseeing/attractions/fjarlandsfjorden/



Nærøyfjorden ( Flåm – Gudvangen ):

https://www.visitflam.com/en/sightseeing/attractions/unescoen/

http://www.fjord1.no/eng/tourist-services/flam-gudvangen2



Kaupanger – Gudvangen :

http://www.fjord1.no/eng/tourist-services/gudvangen-kaupanger2



Flåmsekspressen ( Flåm - Balestrand – Flåm ) :

https://booking.fjord1.no/SelectTravelDetails.aspx



Lustrabaatane ( Solvorn – Urnes ) :

http://lustrabaatane.no/hjem/ferjerute-solvorn-ornes.html



Norled ( Bergen – Sogn – Bergen ):

www.norled.no



http://www.norled.no/uploads/documents/HurtigbaatRuter/Sogn_2014/Bergen_Sogn_Flåm_Bergen_fom_1_mai_2014_sommerrute.pdf



http://booking.norled.no/default.aspx

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The Sognefjord is the longest and deepest Fjord in Europe. It's stretshing 204 km in inland and is 1296 m.at its deepest. Welcome to eventful days -...

Sightseeing boattrips

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