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    Guided Cidery Tour to Balestrand. This Guided Cidery Tour will take you to the charming family run cider house - Ciderhuset- in Balestrand by the Sognefjord. This cider tour combines cider tasting with some of the best tourist attractions in Norway like Hopperstad Stave Church, Storesvingen View Point, and Tvindefossen waterfall and more…

  2. Sognefjord in a nutshell in 3 days. Want to spend more than one day on the Sognefjord in a nutshell tour? Here you will find our recommendations and tips on how to make the most out of your Sognefjord adventure!

  3. Flåm is the fjord-side terminus of the famous Flåmsbana Railway Line, one of the steepest and most scenic of its kind. Most trains between Oslo and Bergen connect to the Flåmsbana at Myrdal.

  4. The Nærøyfjord is the narrowest and best known of the many arms of the Sognefjord. Surrounded by towering mountains up to 1,700 meters high, this arm of the Sognefjord is amazingly beautiful. With its steep mountainsides, hanging valleys, towering peaks, snowfields, waterfalls, and small hamlets, this fjord is perhaps the most outstanding ...

  5. From skiing and reindeers to beautiful fjords and mountains, a tour of Norway is full of geographical wonders and warm welcoming locals. Watch the Northern Lights dance in the skies above Tromsø, venture to the North Pole and say hello to the polar bears of Svalbard, hear tales of Vikings and Norse folklore in Oslo, or tuck into lutefisk in the medieval fishing city of Bergen.

  6. An active fjord tour. Dive into the experience by combining your fjord tour with activities like or hiking or biking. Sognefjorden is Norway’s longest and deepest fjord, which also includes the Nærøyfjord, featured on the World Heritage List. One of the many tours available from May to October is "Full Pack Fjord Tour from Bergen".

  7. Nov 17, 2020 · Sognefjord The largest of Norway's fjords, Sognefjord reaches 204 kilometers inland from the coastal village of Skjolden and branches off into countless smaller inlets and fjords along the way. At its widest, the King of the Fjords (as it's known by Norwegians) is almost five kilometers across, and the cliff walls reach as high as 1,307 meters ...

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