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Borgund stave church, Lærdal, Sogn and Fjordane


Catch a glimpse of historical Norway

Situated at the end of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sognefjorden, Lærdal features dramatic mountain tops, unique wooden houses in Lærdalsøyri, and Norway’s best preserved stave church.

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A sustainable destination

Many places follow sustainable principles, but being certified as a sustainable destination is an honour few qualify for. It takes years of work demonstrating a lasting commitment to providing the best possible experiences for the guests, whilst keeping the negative impact of tourism to a minimum. In addition, the destination must work to continually improve its business practices and relations with the local community, whilst safeguarding their natural and cultural assets, history, and traditions.

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Getting here and around

Get in-depth travel information at Sognefjord’s official website.

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  • Lærdal train

    By train

    From Oslo you can take the train to Myrdal which connects with the Flåm Railway, named the world’s most incredible train journey by Lonely Planet in 2014. Flåm has bus connections with Lærdal.

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  • Lærdal car

    By car

    If you travel by car to the Sognefjord area, follow the E16 from Bergen or the Rv7 from Oslo. Note that car ferries cross the Sognefjord and various fjord arms on several points.

    You can choose several National Tourist Routes on your way to the Sognefjord area.

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  • Lærdal bus

    By bus

    Comfortable express buses run daily all year round to Lærdal from Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim and Lillehammer.

  • Lærdal boat

    By ferry

    Throughout the year, daily express boats connect Bergen with Sogndal. In the summer, there are also daily express boats between Bergen and Flåm. From Sogndal or Flåm, you can take a bus to Lærdal.

  • Lærdal plane

    By plane

    Sogndal Airport has daily connections with both Bergen and Oslo. Flight times from 30 to 45 minutes.

    You can also fly to Sogndal from Sandane and Ørsta/Volda.

    From Sogndal, you can take a bus to Lærdal.

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