Endless fjords, rich culture, and award-winning cider. Experience the spectacular wilderness of the Hardangerfjord region through a wide selection of activities.
In Fjord Norway about an hour and a half from Bergen, you’ll find the Hardangerfjord – one of the longest fjords in the world and a vital destination for both culture and outdoor adventures.
You can visit the sure crowd-pullers Trolltunga, the Folgefonna glacier and the Vøringsfossen waterfall, but the list of attractions worth your time includes so much more. Explore cultural spots and museums, go on a fjord cruise, or visit in spring and experience the beautiful blossoming of thousands of fruit trees.
And did you know that the Hardangerfjord region is just as exciting in winter?
Checking into one of the many historical hotels in the area is also a great way to learn about the local culture and way of life. In addition, many rooms have magnificent views of mountains and fjord.
The locally produced meats, jams, and other fresh treats are nothing short of otherworldly. Embrace the hip and cool cider-culture you find here by joining the cider route and try many of the world-class ciders.
Get in-depth travel information on the Hardangerfjord region’s official website.
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The Bergen Line between Oslo and Bergen is known as one of the world’s most beautiful train rides. You can choose between several daily services, and the journey takes about seven hours.
From the stations Bergen, Voss, and Geilo there are bus routes to the Hardanger region.
Express buses connect the Hardanger region with Oslo, Sandefjord, Larvik, Kristiansand, Stavanger, and Haugesund.
The Trolltunga–Preikestolen express bus takes you between the Hardanger region, Ryfylke, and Stavanger daily through July and August.
You can get to the Hardanger region by ferry from Denmark and Germany.
A passenger ferry takes you from Bergen to Rosendal through the Hardangerfjord.
A well-developed bus and boat network makes it easy to travel around the Hardanger region.
The closest international airports to the Hardanger region are Bergen airport and Haugesund airport.
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