Destinations

The tour of Fjord Norway takes you through seven main destinations on the west coast, allowing you to experience many of the attractions that has made Norway famous. Many of these are on the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites. Along the route you will also find several opportunities to get off the beaten track and discover some really unforgettable gems.

Stavanger

Stavanger

Stavanger, the country's fourth largest city, is a gateway to the fjords and mountains of the Norwegian west coast. Receiving warm surges from the Gulf Stream, the city and its coastline is blessed with a mild and temperate climate.



Bergen

Bergen

Situated between a quiet fjord and seven surrounding mountains, the city of Bergen is a spectacular sight. The city centre retains a lot of its old historic architecture, of which the UNESCO World Heritage site Bryggen is the most renowned.



Førde

Førde

The region around Førde is home to magnificient fjords and a dramatic landscape, formed by powerful watercourses and tall waterfalls. This has shaped not only the landscape but also the local settlements.



Hellesylt

Hellesylt

The tiny settlement of Hellesylt is visited by more than 100 cruise ships and 200.000 tourists every year.



Ålesund

Ålesund

Ålesund differs from most other Norwegian cities with its large concentration of buildings in the Jugend style of architecture. The explanation for this is simple; the town burned to the ground during the Great Fire of 1904.




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