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“De syv søstrene”, the Geirangerfjord, Møre and Romsdal


A fairytale by the fjord

The deep blue UNESCO-protected Geirangerfjord is surrounded by majestic, snow-covered mountain peaks,
wild waterfalls and lush, green vegetation.

Trollstigen National Tourist Route, Geiranger
Trollstigen National Tourist Route
Øyvind Heen - Visitnorway.com
Historic mountain farm Skageflå, Geiranger
Historic mountain farm Skageflå
Yancy Caldwell/Matador Network/www.fjordnorway.com
Kayaking in Geirangerfjord
Kayaking in Geirangerfjord
Terje Rakke/Nordic life - Visitnorway.com

Find activities and attractions

Choose among as diverse things to do as rafting, mountain hiking and sightseeing on the Geirangerfjord.

Photo: CH/Visitnorway.com
Photo: CH/Visitnorway.com

Where to stay in the Geirangerfjord area

Food and drink

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Getting here and around

Get additional travel information on the Geirangerfjord's official website

  • By plane

    By plane

    There are many daily flights from the largest towns and cities in Norway to Ålesund Airport Vigra, which is the closest airport.

  • By car

    By car

    The Geirangerfjord is located around 3 hours by car from Ålesund. 

  • By bus

    By bus

    There are daily express bus departures to the area from Oslo, Trondheim and Bergen.

    Read more about bus tours in Geiranger on the Geirangerfjord's official webpage

  • By train

    By train

    There are daily train departures from Oslo (approximate travel time 5,5 hours) and Trondheim (approximate travel time 4 -­ 5 hours) to Åndalsnes, which is the closest railway station. Check out NSB’s webpage for prices and timetables.

    From Åndalsnes there are connections by bus to Ålesund and Sjøholt all year round, and over the Trollstigen Mountain Road to Valldal and Geiranger in the summer.

  • By boat

    By boat

    During the summer you can take the northbound Hurtigruten (the Norwegian Coastal Voyage) from Bergen to Geiranger. In the winter, Hurtigruten does not does not enter the Geirangerfjord but goes to Ålesund. You then have to catch a bus from Ålesund to Geiranger.

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