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Geiranger

Restaurant Fjorden

Hotel Union is a family-run hotel situated on a hill just above the centre of the tourist village of Geiranger. Restaurant Geirangerfjorden is on the...

Ålesund

Clarion Collection Hotel Bryggen

Clarion Collection Hotel Bryggen is a first class hotel, situated in an old warehouse by Brosundet in Ålesund. The hotel has got 85 comfortable rooms,...

Ålesund

Borgund Church

Borgund Church is situated in the old trading community Borgundkaupangen, and is partially built on the remains of the old St. Peter's Church from the...

Ålesund

Go fishing!

Go fishing to the best and secret fishing spots, just outside the city of Ålesund.

Norangsfjorden

Hotel Union Øye - meals

Enjoy a unique food experience at the famous hotel in Norangsfjorden! Lunch is served between 13-16 p.m. and dinner between 19-21 p.m. in the period...

Norddal

Herdalssetra

The beautiful Herdalen with Herdalssetra lies 500 metres above sea level up from the village of Norddal and is within the UNESCO World Heritage area....

Geiranger

Vognfabrikken

Vognfabrikken is a theme bar in the basement, inspired by the unique veteran cars which the Mjelva family have preserved throughout the different gener...

Fosnavåg

Thon Hotel Fosnavåg

Thon Hotel Fosnavåg opened in September 2014. The hotel have 115 rooms, conference rooms, restaurant with a great view of the sea, and is located on the quayside of Fosnavåg. In connection to the hotel you will find a concert hall and a movie theatre.

Geiranger

Restaurant Julie

Restaurant Julie Our á la carte-restaurant was named after Julie Mjelva who opened the hotel in 1898 The restaurant seats 44 guests and its menu conta...

Geiranger

Collection of veteran cars

Unique collection of veteran cars Many of the beautiful cars used to show tourists around the Geiranger area in the 1920s and 1930s are still roadwort...
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