Unique experiences

Your guide to unique experiences in Flåm and Fjord Norway – spring, summer, autumn and winter.

UNESCO – Nærøyfjord

Nærøyfjord, the most beautiful and dramatic of the branches of Sognefjord, is on UNESCO's World Heritage List.


Stegastein is a viewpoint offering an astonishing panorama over Aurlandsfjord.

The Flåm Railway Museum

Throughout the year, you can visit the Flåm Railway Museum and find out more about the Flåm Railway, one of Europe's steepest railway lines and an...

UNESCO World Heritage

World Heritage status is granted to areas which are judged to have particularly beautiful scenery or special cultural value.


The Geirangerfjord is a 15-kilometre-long branch of Storfjord, and is inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List jointly with Nærøyfjord. The fjord ...


Fjærlandsfjord, a branch of Sognefjord, is also known as the green fjord. Fjærland is situated where the glacier meets the fjord. Here, you can get...

The Aurland Shoe

See quality craftsmanship in action and meet the only shoemakers still producing the traditional Aurland Shoe.

Historic hotel

Fretheim Hotel offers "a taste of Sogn" through its historic surroundings, rose garden and local produce.


A fjord cruise on Lysefjord highlights spectacular natural phenomena, such as the Pulpit Rock, the Kjerag mountain, rugged scenery and dramatic roc...

Fretheim Cultural park

Fretheim Cultural Park offers easy walking trails, a playground, artworks and beautiful views of the fjord and mountain.


Beautiful Undredal in the Nærøyfjord World Heritage area is a little village with a big history and perhaps the world's best goat's cheese.

The Rallar Road

Enjoy one of the most popular and picturesque cycle routes in the Norwegian mountains. 

The Aurland Road

The National Tourist Route across the Aurlandsfjellet plateau between Aurland and Lærdal is one of the most stunning high-mountain roads in Norway.

World's longest road tunnel

At 24.5 kilometres, the Lærdal tunnel is the world's longest road tunnel. The road links Aurland and Lærdal, in the heart of Sogn, and provides a...

The Aurland Valley

The Aurland Valley, sometimes called Norway's Grand Canyon, is an extraordinary nature experience and a popular route for mountain walkers.

Stave churches

Famous stave churches and other churches with unique histories abound in this area. 


Ægir Brewery is the local brewery in Flam which has received several awards for its excellent beer.

Otternes Farm in the year 1700

Otternes is a farm village located halfway between Aurland and Flåm. The settlement comprises 27 dwellings and is beautifully situated with views o...

The salmon center

The Laerdal river has a rich tradition as one of the best salmon fishing rivers in Norway and is perhaps the best known internationally. Now you ca...


Stalheim Hotel with its stunning views over Nærøydal has been a high point in both senses for tourists to Western Norway for nearly 200 years.

Borgund stave church

Borgund stave church is in Lærdal. The church was built around 1180 and is one of Norway's best preserved stave churches.