The Fjord Norway region consists of the four counties Rogaland, Hordaland, Sogn & Fjordane and Møre & Romsdal, and is situated in the Western part of Norway.
Møre og Romsdal
In Møre & Romsdal you find impressive nature and highlights around every corner. The Geirangerfjord
- on the UNESCO's World Heritage list, the art nouveau city of Ålesund
, the jazz city of Molde and the opera city Kristiansund
are just some of the attractions in the region.
Sogn og Fjordane
In Sogn & Fjordane you find the majestic Sognefjord. One of the arms of the Sognefjord is the Nærøyfjord
, which is also on UNESCO's list. The Flåm railway
, one of the most exciting train rides in Europe, is also situated in Sogn & Fjordane.
In Hordaland you find beautiful Bergen
. In Bergen make sure you do not miss Bryggen
- a distinctive row of gable-end houses and listed on UNESCO's World Heritage list. But Hordaland has more to offer. Gorgeous Hardanger
, known as Norway's fruit garden, is well worth a visit when thousands of fruit trees blossoms by the fjord. If you are interested in a more active holiday, stop at Voss
In Rogaland you find one of Fjord Norway's most spectacular natural phenomenon Preikestolen
. The Pulpit Rock is situated in the narrow and beautiful Lysefjord. In Rogaland you also find the cities Stavanger
that are worth a stop.