The Geirangerfjord and the Nærøyfjord are on UNESCO's World Heritage List. Go on a fjord cruise or explore the villages and farms in the fjord areas.
Western Norway is famous for easily accessible fjords and mountains. The area offers activities such as hiking, glacier walking, fishing and cycling.
Kystriksveien is a beautiful scenic road between Steinkjer and Bodø. Most people travel Kystriksveien by car, but it is also a great cycling route.
Explore the Lysefjord and the mountains Preikestolen and Kjerag, or relax on Jæren's beaches. Visit Stavanger and experience its rich cultural life.
Drive the National Tourist Roads Trollstigen and the Atlantic Road, and see the fjords and islands near the coastal cities of Kristiansund and Molde.
Bergen is known for Bryggen Hanseatic Wharf, the Fish Market, and surrounding mountains and fjords, such as the Hardangerfjord and Sognefjord.
Sunnhordland lies south of Bergen at the mouth of the Hardangerfjord, and is known for the Folgefonna National Park and the Barony in Rosendal.
The Sognefjord is Norway's longest fjord and one of its arms, the Nærøyfjord, is on UNESCO's World Heritage List.
Haugalandet is a good starting point for exploring the Lysefjord and its surrounding mountains. The city of Haugesund is famous for the Film Festival.
The city of Ålesund is known for its architecture in Art Nouveau style, its surrounding fjords and the high peaks of the Sunnmøre Alps.
Make Hardanger your base when exploring Fjord Norway. Not far from Bergen, the Hardangerfjord region is one of the most exciting areas of Norway.
There are wonderful adventures to be had along the fjord coast in the county of Sogn og Fjordane.
This area is known for glaciers, towering mountains and a beautiful coastline.
Ryfylke is home to the Lysefjord and the mountain formations of Kjerag and Prekestolen (The Pulpit Rock).
Watch films and read articles from our summer tour in Fjord Norway. River rafting and glacier walking are two of many holiday activities.
The Geirangerfjord is unique and exceptionally beautiful – which is why this fjord landscape is included on UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
Beautiful Flåm is situated in the innermost part of the Aurlandsfjord, a tributary of the 204 kilometres long and up to 1,308 metres deep Sognefjord.
Voss offers nature adventures summer and winter. For nearly 200 years tourists have been seeking escapades based on Voss' nature and local culture.
You don't have to choose between the fjords and the midnight sun if you're only in Norway for a week. Here's how to combine both spectacles.
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The fjords of Norway were dug out by ice, stone and rock during successive ice ages.
Once again the Norwegian fjords have been rated the best destination in the world by National Geographic Traveler.
Experience the cultural heritage of Northern Norway and its many natural wonders, from the majestic Svartisen Glacier to the Vega Islands.
Stay in a historic hotel or in a remote fishermen's cabin along Kystriksveien. But whatever type of accommodation you choose, book well in advance.
Ålesund has around 40,000 inhabitants. It is the largest town in Sunnmøre, a region known for fishing, maritime technology and furniture production.
Spend one night at the historic Hotel Union Øye by the Hjørundfjord and the next in a lighthouse right in the centre of Ålesund.
Go on a bird safari on the island of Runde, try hiking in the Sunnmøre Alps or check out one of the many annual festivals in the Ålesund area.
Would you like to bring a piece of Ålesund & Sunnmøre back home? Shopping centres, small boutiques and shops offer unique gifts, arts and souvenirs.
Buy shrimps from a local fisherman on the quayside in Ålesund, enjoy a meal in a top restaurant or discover hidden gems in the Sunnmøre countryside.
The most popular attractions in the area are the Geirangerfjord, the bird island of Runde, Ålesund's Art Nouveau architecture and Alnes Lighthouse.
The stunning landscape of Fjord Norway is a paradise for hikers, with superb walks within easy distance of Geiranger, Ålesund and Nordfjord.
Most people explore Kystriksveien by car, but there are plenty of options for those who prefer public transport.
The tourist information center in Steinkjer will help you book accommodation and plan a tailor-made itinerary for your trip along Kystriksveien.
You will find artists, craftsmen and farmers selling things as varied as Sami-inspired handicrafts and local food along the Kystriksveien road.
The best place for fishing along Kystriksveien is Saltstraumen. Hiking and biking are other popular activities.
Ålesund and Sunnmøre is easy to get to by air, land and sea. Ålesund is the regional traffic hub with connections to the whole Sunnmøre region.
Ålesund is Norway's fishing capital. Fishing is also a popular activity for locals and tourists – simply because you are guaranteed to catch fish.
Use Ålesund as a starting point to explore the Geirangerfjord, the Hjørundfjord, and the scenic coastline with its flourishing wildlife.
The Lysefjord is situated close to Stavanger, and is especially known for the mountain formations of Kjerag and Preikestolen (The Pulpit Rock).
Spend at least five days when driving from Steinkjer to Bodø.
Skiing with a fjord view. Sunnmøre's fjords and mountains are a perfect backdrop to unique and family-friendly winter adventures.
Almost a week is required for this trip where you visit the Jotunheimen Mountains, the Sognefjord and the UNESCO protected Geirangerfjord.
The Tourist Information Office in Ålesund is situated at Skateflukaia in the city centre. Other offices are located in key areas throughout Sunnmøre.
The Stavanger Region boasts many scenic attractions, among them the Lysefjord, Solastranda Beach and the mountains of Preikestolen and Kjerag.
Take a memorable hike to Preikestolen or Kjerag in the Lysefjord, or follow gentler terrain on a walk along the Jæren coastline south of Stavanger.
You will find many places offering good food along Kystriksveien, from fine dining restaurants to corner shops selling local produce.
Direct flights from several destinations in Europe make it easy to visit the Stavanger Region whether it is for business or holiday.
Accommodation options are many in the Stavanger Region. Choose between hotels, bed & breakfasts, holiday cottages, camp sites and even lighthouses.
The Stavanger region is an area of contrasts, from quiet mountain areas for hiking to a vibrant university city with many culinary delights.
Experience the Gladmat Food Festival, or visit the restaurant Tango run by Kjartan Skjelde, one of Norway's best known chefs.
The Stavanger region offers many shopping opportunities - large shopping centres, charming city shopping, niche boutiques and factory outlets.
Go on a sightseeing tour of Stavanger, the Lysefjord or Norway’s only "palm island". Rent a bicycle or car and explore the region on your own.
Visit the Norwegian Petroleum Museum, go on a cruise on the Lysefjord, ascend Preikestolen or join a guided sightseeing trip around Stavanger.
The Tourist Information Offices in the Stavanger region can help you with just about any travel-related query, from activity tips to booking hotels.
The Hardangerfjord, not far from Bergen, is especially known for fruit tree blossoming in spring, Folgefonna Glacier and Vøringsfossen Waterfall.
Norway’s biggest summer ski center at Stryn is situated at the edge of the famous Jostedalsbreen Glacier.
Completed in 1894, the Old Strynefjell mountain road was a masterpiece of road-building and engineering. Today it is a national tourist route.
Come visit Norway's national tourist roads; the Atlantic Road and the Trollstigen Road, and the fjord cities Molde, Kristiansund and Åndalsnes.
Enjoy a scenic hike; walk the Fjord Route from Kristiansund or hike the Romsdalseggen ridge in the spectacular Romsdalen valley near Åndalsnes.
Experience the UNESCO-protected Geirangerfjord and the Trollstigen Mountain Road, two of Norway's most dramatic and most visited attractions.
Visit Nordmøre and Romsdal, a corner of Fjord Norway full of contrasts, charming coastal cities, and the Trollstigen and Atlanterhavsvegen roads.
Nordmøre and Romsdal lie 310 miles from Oslo and 279 miles from Bergen. The area is accessible by train, ferry, Hurtigruten, bus and plane.
Fishermen's cabins, traditional farms, a rustic hotel by the coast or in one of the fjord cities. The region offers a wide selection of accommodation.
Shopping centres and smaller, specialised boutiques selling anything from gourmet food to hand-crafted souvenirs can be found in Nordmøre and Romsdal.
Bacalao and klippfish, dishes made of dry and salted cod, are the main specialities in the Nordmøre and Romsdal region.
The winter season normally lasts from December to April/May in Nordmøre and Romsdal. Loads of snow and skiing fun is yours for the taking.
Enjoy the great outdoors hiking, sea kayaking, cycling, fishing and killer whale safaris. Explore local caves or dive in the Atlantic Ocean.
The tourist information offices around the region will help you make the most of your trip to Nordmøre and Romsdal.
Take part in Bergen's vibrant cultural scene. The nearness to nature makes Bergen a good starting point for outdoor activities.
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Winter is the time for some excellent cross-country skiing near Bergen, and there are fantastic downhill slopes for those looking for action.
All the information you need on Bergen and the fjords in one place. At the tourist information you can also buy the Bergen Card.
Today there are direct flights to Haugesund from Oslo and Bergen, as well as from eight destinations in Europe.
The nearest ski resort to Haugesund and Haugalandet is Røldal. Here you will find downhill runs and cross-country tracks.
Knitted clothing and textiles, handmade candles and local salmon are among the things you should buy in Haugesund and Haugalandet.
Spend the night at a lighthouse in the open sea outside of Haugesund, or find a hotel or fishermen's cabin on the coast.
Haugalandet is a geographical region in the county of Rogaland, in Western Norway. Haugesund is its main town.
Bergen is Norway’s second largest city with 240.000 inhabitants. The city was founded more than 900 years ago.
Bergen has a good selection of accommodation in every price category - hotels, guesthouses, camp sites, youth hostels and private accommodation.
Go sightseeing in the city centre, explore the surrounding fjords and mountains, or join the popular round trip Norway in a Nutshell®.
In Bergen you find plenty of tempting shops – from the small and specialised to large department stores.
In Bergen you will find just about everything from tea rooms to gourmet fish restaurants, from small bistros to discotheques, bars and nightclubs.
It is easy to travel to Bergen from the Continent and the rest of Norway - whether you choose air, road, rail or sea, connections are excellent.
See several of Norway's most popular attractions, such as the Nærøyfjord, Urnes Stave Church, Flåm Railway and Vettisfossen Waterfall.
Top attractions in Bergen include Bryggen, the Fløibanen Funicular, the Fish Market, the Edvard Grieg Museum at Troldhaugen and Fantoft Stave Church.
Walk up to Kjerag and Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock) mountain plateaus, go salmon fishing, or take a cruise on the Lysefjord.
Enjoy fjords, mountains and the North Sea coastline, or go on a guided walk on the Folgefonna Glacier.
Enjoy the white, sandy beaches of karmøy, Langfossen Waterfall in Etne and the mountains of Haugalandet.
Get a bird's eye view of Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock), the Lysefjord and the rest of Ryfylke, home to the southernmost fjords in Norway.
Follow these tour suggestions to experience the Trollstigen Mountain Road and the Atlantic Road; the highlights of the Nordmøre and Romsdal region.
Wake up with a fjord view and go skiing in the mountains. Some of the best snow conditions in Norway are only minutes away from the Sognefjord.
Ryfylke is accessible from major Norwegian towns and ports of entry.
In Sunnhordland you can go hiking in the mountains, fish for pollock in the sea, swim in the fjord and go to a concert – all in one day.
In Sunnhordland, you can enjoy a meal in Scandinavia's smallest "palace", as well as being served by the best chef in the world.
There are several tourist information offices in Sunnhordland, and they can assist with information, booking, or just tips on what to do, see and eat.
Sunnhordland is situated between the cities Bergen and Haugesund, close by Hardanger. The main road E39 runs through Sunnhordland.
There are over 63,000 people living in Sunnhordland. The region consists of the southern, coastal regions of the county of Hordaland.
Experience the Sognefjord and the Nærøyfjord by boat, hike the Jostedalsbreen Glacier or walk from cabin to cabin in Jotunheimen National Park.
Stay in a cabin in the mountains, or in a luxurious hotel by the fjord. Guest houses such as Kubbervik and Bekkjarvik ooze charm and atmosphere.
The Sognefjord area is particularly well-known for the high quality of its fruit, berries, lamb, game, mountain trout and goat's cheese.
With more than 70 shops, the small town of Sogndal is the shopping and service center for the region.
Choose fresh delicacies delivered directly from the sea, or a local dish rich in tradition.
Visit the Haugesund region during the Viking Festival, the International Jazz Festival, known as Sildajazz, or the International Film Festival
You will find tourist information offices throughout the region.
The Sognefjord area is a paradise for hiking enthusiasts with a great variety of routes for both experienced and inexperienced adventurers.
There are several tourist information offices in the area.
You cannot go further west in Norway. Travel off the beaten track and explore FjordKysten's exciting destinations - a taste of authentic coastal life.
Interested in historical tours, landscape and recreational activities, culture and fjords? At Haugesund and Haugalandet you can experience it all.
There are many exciting ways to explore the Hardangerfjord region - by train, bus and boat, by car or cycling are some of them.
The Hardangerfjord region has a wide range of attractions and activities to offer.
The nature and heritage in the region forms the perfect backdrop for a wide range of activities and adventures.
FjordKysten is the coastal area in the county of Sogn og Fjordane, stretching from Gulen, near the Sognefjord, in the south to Bremanger in the north.
Along FjordKysten you will find art galleries and charming local shops selling locally produced food and handicrafts.
Along the coast there are several tourist information offices which can provide you with the information you need for travelling in FjordKysten.
Sognefjord is the area where you find the Flåm Railway, the Nærøyfjord, Jotunheimen, Jostedalsbreen, Urnes Stave Church and Vettisfossen Waterfall.
Visit the charming fishing village of Kalvåg or take the boat out Utvær, Norway’s westernmost island.
Along the coast of the county of Sogn og Fjordane you will find friendly and comfortable accommodation alternatives.
The variations in the nature along FjordKysten allows for many different activities. Relax at a spa, or try for example surfing, fishing and cycling.
FjordKysten is situated in the middle of Fjord Norway. It is easy to get here by plane, scheduled express boats, your own boat, by bus or car.
Take a cruise on the Sognefjord or drive the Sognefjell Mountain Road through Jotunheimen National Park.
The Hardangerfjord region is easy to reach by car, plane, boat or public transport.
In Hardanger you will find accommodation that suits any budget. There is a wide range of options, from tent to hotel.
The Hardanger farmers are specialists in fruit and berries, and Hardanger is Norway's most prolific apple and cherry growing region.
The tourist information offices in the Hardangerfjord Region will provide you with useful information and tips to explore the area.
The Hardangerfjord region offers spectacular nature and living culture, and is a perfect choice for active or more relaxing holidays.
The international online news outlet, the Huffington Post, is charmed by the beauty of Norway's fjords, islands, midnight sun and the northern lights.
The Romsdalsfjord is located close to the city of Molde. Take the Raumabanen Railway from the fjord to the mountains, or go on a fjord cruise.
Experience the blue ice of the Jostedalsbreen Glacier, magnificent mountain scenery, lush valleys and the sea-pounded coast.
White snow, beautiful slopes and groomed cross-country trails all await in Stryn and Nordfjord.
Stryn and Nordfjord are famous for excellent fish, fruit and high quality restaurants. Goat meat is another local speciality.
Explore the Nordfjord region by car, making sure you drive the Old Strynefjell Mountain Road and take a ferry on the UNESCO-protected Geirangerfjord.
There are several tourist information offices in the Stryn and Nordfjord area. Find the one that is closest to you.
In Nordfjord you will find your natural playground. Go hiking, biking, glacier walking, surf, go skiing, ride a fjord horse, or try your luck fishing.
Stay at a family-run historic hotel such as the Gloppen, a spa resort such as Alexandra Hotel, or in a cabin by the fjord.
The Nordfjord region consists of the municipalities of Stryn, Hornindal, Gloppen, Eid, Vågsøy and Selje.
Shop local handicrafts, fruit and berries, apple juice and farm products in the Hardangerfjord Region.
The panoramic view from Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock) includes the Lysefjord and the surrounding mountain areas.
You get to see Ålesund, the Geirangerfjord and Trollstigen Mountain Road from a bird's eye view with these amazing 360 panorama photos.
The Nordfjord stretches from the Jostedalsbreen Glacier out to the Stadhavet Ocean.
There are several tourist information offices in the Ryfylke area.
Find out about typical ingredients in the Ryfylke kitchen, popular restaurants in the area, and food-related festivals.
Olympic gold medalist Eirik Verås Larsen has been kayaking for nearly 30 years. This is his list of top places to experience kayaking in Norway.
Majestic peaks and a rugged alpine massif distinguish Sunnmørsalpene from other mountain areas in Norway. Off-piste skiing is at its best here.
Sauda in Fjord Norway is a great winter destination, offering Alpine and cross-country skiing as well as winter fishing, ski boat, hiking and more.
Drive the National Tourist Route Ryfylke or take a cruise on the Lysefjord.
As you journey through Ryfylke you will find varied accommodation, from Lysebotn at the head of the Lysefjord to Sauda in the north.
A walk in the mountains, in the forest or along the fjord may be the best ways to get to know the Nordfjord region.
Featuring many highlights of the Ålesund area, including Geiranger and the Sunnmøre Alps, this is a great tour with or without a car. Best in summer.
Shop for traditional wood carved items and knitted jumpers, or buy fashion clothes from Moods of Norway in the town of Stryn.
Drive or take a bus to Stryn and Nordfjord from the main cities in Norway, take the boat from Bergen, or fly into Sandane, Ørsta-Volda or Ålesund.
The deep blue UNESCO-protected Geirangerfjord is surrounded by majestic, snow-covered mountain peaks, wild waterfalls and lush, green vegetation.
Norway’s longest and deepest fjord extends inland to the national parks of Jotunheimen and Jostedalsbreen.
Discover the viking spirit along The North Sea Road, from Kristiansand in Southern Norway to Haugesund at the west coast, by car, bicycle and foot.
Trollheimen is as rugged a mountain range as any in Norway, but with green, idyllic valleys interspersed in between the peaks.
In Ryfylke, Fjord Norway, green skerries and cultural landscapes are suddenly replaced by mountains, rockslides, polished cliffs and fjords.
The road over Gaularfjellet takes travellers past many waterfalls along the mighty
Sognefjord, Norway's longest and deepest fjord.
Follow the scenic Hardangerfjord in Fjord Norway, where for over a century travelers have come to see mountains, fjords, waterfalls and glaciers.
National Geographic Adventure recommends Ålesund and Tromsø for hiking, surfing, skiing and biking. And there is more.
The vast mountain plateau of Hardangervidda is one of Europe's largest. It is also home to Northern Europe’s largest stock of reindeer.
The spectacular nature, with the Geirangerfjord and the Trollstigen Mountain Road, is the top attraction.
Jæren offers open skies, wide horizons and endless ocean. Mile upon mile of sandy beaches and sand dunes, only broken by boulders and salmon rivers.
The road over Aurlandsfjellet is a journey across a barren plateau through a desolate landscape of snow and rocks with the occasional sprig of grass.
Rallarvegen lets you set your own pace through 50 miles of mountainous scenery. No wonder it's Norway's most popular cycle route.
Taking care of business for some, a way of life for others: More and more of Norway's tourism industry follows sustainable principles.
Jotunheimen has the largest concentration of mountains higher than 6,500 feet in Northern Europe.
Try rafting, go for a hike in the mountains, or enjoy a sightseeing trip on the Geirangerfjord.
Visit one of the tourist information offices for updated information on accommodation, public transport, hiking and activities.
- We are up for some real mountain hiking today, and hopefully we will do some glacier walking as well, says Anders Löwgren from Sweden.
Route suggestions on how to reach the Geirangerfjord and Trollstigen Mountain Road by public transport or your own car.
Experience a hiking holiday in the most spectacular scenery of Fjord Norway - in the surroundings of the famous Geirangerfjord.
Try a local speciality; goat's milk caramel from Herdalssetra or strawberry cake from Valldal.
Whether you seek the simple life, or luxury, there is accommodation to meet your needs – in Geiranger, Valldal or another picturesque village.
The area's unique natural surroundings were created during the last ice age, when glaciers carved out deep fjords and shaped the high mountains.
Try a ride with this year's new attraction - a big dipper equivalent to the ones found in the Disney parks in in the USA.
Go on a journey with the spectacular Flåm Railway and later explore the Aurlandsfjord and Nærøyfjord. Flåm is also perfect for hiking and cycling.
Take the funicular railway in Bergen to the look-out point on the Fløien mountain.
The Flåm Railway takes you to a panorama view of the fjords and mountains in the area.
Visit Lom Stave Church, the Norwegian Mountain Museum in Lom or Gallery Jotunheimen to learn about local traditions and culture.
Stalheimskleiva Mountain Road, Tvindefossen Waterfall and the panoramic view from Hanguren are popular attractions among visitors to Voss.
Hike from the Preikestolen Mountain Lodge to the top of Pulpit Rock, 600 meters above the Lysefjord, with Norway host David Spinx.
These two arms of the Sognefjord are both beautiful and dramatic. The Nærøyfjord is included on UNESCO's World Heritage List.
This UNESCO protected old merchant quarter of Bergen is the only preserved business district from the Hanseatic period.
Vøringsfossen in Måbødalen is Norway's most famous waterfall, and has a fall of 182 meters, of which 145 meters is a direct drop.
Urnes Stave Church in Luster, beside the Sognefjord, is the only stave church in the world to be included on UNESCO´s World Heritage List.
The Aurlandsdalen Valley, with its wild and breathtaking nature, is known as Norway's Grand Canyon. I walked the most scenic part of the valley.
Sharp turns and wild nature have put the Atlantic Road at the top of the British newspaper The Guardian's list of the world's best road trips.
Drive through Hardangervidda National Park in Eastern Norway and over Northern Europe's largest mountain plateau, where wild reindeer still roam free.
High in the Jotunheimen mountains, the Sognefjellet National Tourist Route runs between the Sognefjord and the Gudbrandsdalen Valley.
Take the hike to Preikestolen, also known as "The Pulpit Rock", and admire the view from a rocky outcropping towering 1,981 feet above the Lysefjord.
You are almost certain to find snow in the winter in Røldal, and here you will find some of Norway's best off-piste skiing in steep and rocky terrain.
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Voss Tourist Information can help you plan your stay and assist with enquiries, including booking accommodation and activities, once you are in Voss.
Voss offers a variety of accommodation types, ranging from comfortable hotels and cabins to characteristic mountain lodges and camp sites.
Hiking, mountain biking, sky diving, alpine skiing... From jazz to extreme sports, Voss offers a wide range of activities and festivals year round.
A steep railway taking you past spectacular waterfalls, in and out of snow-capped mountains and ending up by the Aurlandsfjord.
- The amazing views over the mountains and the Hardangerfjord are what I most love about my job, smiles experienced glacier guide Åsmund Bakke.
Lærdal, situated at the end of the Sognefjord, boasts attractions like Borgund Stave Church and the old Gamle Lærdalsøyri Village.
Shot in its entirety in Bremanger in Norway, Madcon's latest music video "All I Do" gets its world premiere right here on Visitnorway.
One ski destination, two ski centers, and a long skiing tradition - Voss, the winter capital in Fjord Norway, offers much skiing fun.
Eating out in the big cities.
Grenland offers a wide range of restaurants serving everything from international food to traditional Norwegian farmhouse cooking.
Flåm is a good place to buy your souvenirs.
The Flåm Railway is a part of one of Norway's most popular round trips; Norway in a nutshell®.
The Flåm Tourist Office has brochures of the area, and can help you book accommodation, tickets for round trips and fjord cruises.
Travel to Tjøstheim Farm in Ryfylke and go horseback riding in fjords and mountains with Norway host David Spinx. Riding a fjord horse is easy.
- This must be one of the most easily accessible glaciers in the world, says Jos Henrichs from Holland on our way to the Nigardsbreen Glacier.
- This UNESCO-protected fjord is one of the most picturesque in the world, says our fjord expert Øyvind Heen. Follow his walk on the Royal Post Road.
- We came here to visit the UNESCO protected stave church at Urnes, and we combine it with biking along the fjord, says Lien Vermassen from Belgium.
- We are on a reunion trip to Norway to experience the fjords and mountains. I have never tried river rafting before, says Maha Bouzeid from Sweden.
The Sognefjord is very centrally located at the heart of Fjord Norway, and this is where the best routes between Bergen, Oslo and Trondheim meet.
If you know the feeling of being scared of heights, you will probably be pretty frightened of the thought of climbing the Via Ferrata in Tyssedal.
It is easy to get to Voss by car, train and bus. Voss is located approximately 62 miles from Bergen, along the E16 and rv. 13 in Western Norway.
Flåm is located in the heart of Western Norway, easily accessible by car, bus, boat or train.
The small town of Flåm has 450 inhabitants and is situated in the municipality of Aurland.
Norway host David Spinx travels to Ryfylke in Fjord Norway to go on an expedition on the Suldalslågen River. And he gets to try salmon fishing.
The hike might look a bit scary, but there are three routes to the top, of varying difficulty, all revealing the same breathtaking views.
Let Norway host David Spinx take you on a fjord cruise in Ryfylke to see the Pulpit Rock. And learn about the history of Norway along the way.
Lake Gjende is a great starting point for hiking and kayaking in the Jotunheimen Mountain Area.
With its dramatic scenery, relatively mild climate and plentiful salmon, Surna became a magnet for aristocratic English anglers in the 1870s.
Stay beside emerald green fjords, blue glaciers and mighty waterfalls, on idyllic farms or high up in the mountains surrounded by jagged peaks.
- I’m so excited. I’ve no idea how to do it, but I’m sure it’s going to be fun to paddle on the fjord, smiles Elizabeth Peace from the US.
If you are searching for that special gift or souvenir, you can visit the workshops of local Voss artists for a selection of their unique products
Voss has a long food heritage. Vossafår, fenalår and smalahove are all popular local products you should try during your stay.
The Suldal River runs for 22 kilometres from Lake Suldalsvatnet through a fertile valley with grazing sheep and cows until it reaches the sea at Sand.
The Flåm River runs through one of the most scenic regions of Western Norway, in an area with dramatic mountains, waterfalls and steep valleys.
Voss is centrally located in Southwestern Norway. The town has nearly 14,000 inhabitants and serves as a regional centre.
Located close to Bergen between the Hardangerfjord and the Sognefjord, Voss makes an excellent base for exploring Fjord Norway.
In Flåm there is a variety of different types of accommodation, from top of the range tourist hotels to cabins, holiday apartments and camp sites.
Petrines Gjestgiveri in Norddal, not far from Geiranger, was voted "The best place to eat along the road in 2006".
Discover Norway's highlights with Fjord Tours' spectacular and popular round trips.
Witness stunning scenery with Hurtigruten along the Norwegian coast. Travel the entire voyage from Bergen to Kirkenes, or hop on and off as you wish.
A journey with the iconic Hurtigruten offers the best views at a gentle pace – it is the ideal way to discover Norway’s varied coastal landscape.
The Classic Roundtrip Voyage with Hurtigruten is a 12 day journey, but there are also shorter options available.
Every season has its charm; the northern lights in winter, the Arctic awakening in spring, the midnight sun in summer and the vivid colors in fall.
Hurtigruten’s extensive program of excursions takes advantage of local guides and benefits from calling at ports that larger ships cannot reach.
A Hurtigruten voyage is arguably the best way to experience Norway. Discover fjords, waterways and ports that other ships cannot reach.
Cruise on two of the world's most beautiful fjords - the Nærøyfjord and the Geirangerfjord, both on UNESCO's World Heritage List.
Experience the unique privately owned hotels of Best Western Hotels Norway, located from Alta in the far north to Halden in the south.
Experience two amazing journeys at one price, with a Northern Lights adventure, Norway's fjords and an optional dog sledding trip.
Ready for a day filled with exciting activities? In the adventure parks you will experience a challenging and exhilarating world in the treetops.
Take a train ride along Norway's rugged and wild coastline, through wide horizons and open skies, along endless sea and sandy beaches.
Experience the essence of Norwegian fjords, mountains and valleys, all summed up in the most popular round trip in the country.
The Geirangerfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers dramatic scenery, with wild and beautiful nature easily enjoyable from deck.
Discover one of Norway's most visited fjords. Take a cruise on the stunning Nærøyfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Hotel Loenfjord is a pleasant, informal hotel situated by the river and fjord in Loen. Loenfjord offers quality accomodation at reasonable prices.
Hotel Alexandra is a family-run deluxe hotel with first class facilities. The hotel is placed in beautiful surroundings in the middle of Fjord Norway.
Hotel Alexandra and Hotel Loenfjord are two family run hotels with personal atmosphere, surrounded by towering mountains, glaciers and fjords.
Utne Hotel in Hardanger is one of the oldest hotels in Norway to have operated continuously as a hotel in the same building.
Sola Strand Hotel is situated by Solastranden Beach, close to Stavanger Airport Sola.
Grand Hotel Terminus has been a natural stopover for visitors to Bergen since 1928.
Named Europe's most beautiful railway journey by Lonely Planet, Raumabanen railway takes you though some of the most dramatic of Norway's landscape.