From the heights of mountains to the depths of majestic fjords, from breathtaking scenery to dynamic urban centres, Fjord Norway is the country's most diverse and spectacular region.
National Geographic Traveller voted the Norwegian fjords the best destination in the world. Whether you choose to explore from the comfort of a boat, by car, or on a hike, you'll soon discover what the world is talking about.
The 200 km long Sognefjord
is the spine of Fjord Norway, crossing three national parks and surrounded by hundreds of tiny picture-postcard settlements. The Hardangerfjord
offers easy access to more national parks, tourist routes, waterfalls and glaciers and is ideally-placed for those visiting Bergen.
All of Fjord Norway's destinations are a driver's dream. The eight bridges of the Atlantic Road
are world famous thanks to several car television adverts. The dramatic Storseisundet Bridge, dubbed the “Road to Nowhere” has to be experienced to be believed. The serpentine Trollstigen
(The Troll's Path) offers a different experience and a stunning view from the top.
Take a break from exploring the fjords in one of the region's dynamic urban centres. Of the major cities, Bergen
is famous for its seven mountains, vibrant music scene and award-winning restaurants, while Stavanger
offers a cultural program worthy of a city twice its size. Those interested in architecture will adore the Art Nouveau centre of Ålesund
, while nearby Molde
is an excellent base for the Atlantic Road.
Unspoilt yet accessible, Fjord Norway awaits you.