The Hardangerfjord region has been an important European tourist destination since the 19th century. The area offers spectaclar nature and living culture, and is a perfect choice for active or more relaxing holidays.
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Things to do
The nature and heritage in the region forms the perfect backdrop for a wide range of activities and adventures.
Where to stay
In Hardanger you will find accommodation that suits any budget. There is a wide range of options, from tent to hotel.
The nearest international airports to Hardanger are Bergen Airport and Haugesund Airport.
Many express buses serve Hardanger from elsewhere in Norway.
There are no trains that take you all the way to the Hardangerfjord, but you can take the Bergen Railway, operated by NSB (the Norwegian State Railway), from Oslo to either Geilo, Voss or Bergen and continue with bus to the Hardangerfjord.
There are daily express boat departures from Bergen to the village of Rosendal, located on the southern shore of the Hardangerfjord.
In the Hardangerfjord region, boat services offer guided sightseeing tours, calling at several ports in Hardanger, such as Herand, Utne, Lofthus, Kinsarvik and Ulvik.
The Hardangerfjord region also offers ...
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