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Flåm AS has become Norway’s best.
Flåm AS has become Norway’s best.
From bucket list experiences to adventures off the beaten track, we have got you covered. Browse through our pool of inspirational articles and plan your holiday to Norway!
Exploring the Flåm Valley: how to make the adventure your own.
These pictures will give you enough reasons to visit Flåm!
Each of the four seasons in Norway has its own charm, colouring the landscape in unique ways.
What can possibly be better than a day filled with activities and great experiences in nature, followed by a nice evening with good food and drink inside? Among these 12 tips for what to do in Flåm and Myrkdalen you find activities for everyone. Whether you are travelling with the family, are interested in outdoor activities, or more of the cultural type you will find something to suit your interests.
Whether you’re off on a romantic holiday or spending time with the family, you’ll find something a little out of the ordinary at these 8 places to stay. There are places here for active people, people who are interested in history and architecture, and people who like that little bit of extra luxury. By all means combine a couple of them for a varied holiday.
Autumn is the season for hiking, bicycling on the Navvies Road “Rallarvegen”, tasty stews and fantastic colours in the mountains. Visit Flåm in autumn and leave with lots of great memories.
Be inspired by how you can enjoy the local food and flavours of western Norway, in and around Flåm.
Rallarvegen is one of Norway’s most popular cycling tours and has been named the most beautiful cycling trip in Norway on a number of occasions. You can do the route from Finse to Flåm as a day trip where you’ll get to see everything from spectacular mountains and impressive engineering to the lush Flåmsdalen Valley.
Experience the best of Flåm in a day. We’ve put together an agenda for anyone who wants a day filled with spectacular nature, adrenaline, activity and delicious food. Explore Flåmsdalen with the Flåm Railway, the Flåm Zipline and cycling before you lean back on a quiet, electric fjord cruise on the Nærøyfjord.
Create your very own family adventure in Myrkdalen and Flåm! Here, you can experience everything from real Vikings to Scandinavia’s longest zipline, go on a voyage of discovery along the fjord and swim in mountain water, take the Flåm Railway and learn mountain biking.
Let somebody else take over the driving so that you can sit back and keep your camera to hand as our beautiful landscape glides by. The location of Flåm in the heart of Western Norway makes it easy to use eco-friendly transport to get here, whether you prefer rail, boat, coach or car.
All the well-meaning advice and opinions on sustainable tourism can actually be quite overwhelming. To make things a bit easier for you, we’ve listed 10 simple tips for tourists to help you enjoy a more sustainable holiday. Read on and find out how you can easily support the environment, local community and local economy while also enjoying an even more exciting holiday.
Enjoy a summer holiday in Myrkdalen and Flåm this summer. You’ll find mountain trips to enjoy – walking through the Aurlandsdalen Valley, taking a trip up to a mountaintop with views over the fjord, or enjoying family-friendly paths in the mountains. If cycling is more your thing, there are all kinds of options to choose from. Rallarvegen, an 850 sq m pumptrack or electric bikes. The world-famous Flåm Railway and World Heritage-listed Nærøyfjord should definitely be on your list of must-sees, too.
You can find hidden, well preserved local gems everywhere, and Myrkdalen and Flåm are no exception. If you’re driving through the area, there are a number of unique places that you can have almost to yourself, regardless of whether nature or culture is more your thing. View our 15 tips here.
The Flåm Railway is one of Norway’s most popular attractions, and Lonely Planet has named it the world’s best railway journey. Find out why this railway journey is so popular, and why you should experience it at least once in your life!
A train journey with The Arctic Train from Narvik goes through stunning arctic nature. But the journey on the Ofot Railway Line is also a travel through dramatic history. Read our 10 historical facts to learn more about the interesting history of the railway – from the first discovery of iron ore in northern Sweden to the battles in Narvik during the Second World War.
Take a look at the most popular activities in Myrkdalen and Flåm and find your favourites. Highlights include combined cycling and hiking tours, visits to the Vikings in Gudvangen and fly fishing courses – so we have something to suit most tastes.
Pick a favourite from these 10 great hikes with views of the Nærøyfjord, Aurlandsfjord or Sognefjord. You’re sure to find something that suits you, whether you want to climb spectacular peaks or stay close to the fjord with your family. Whatever you choose, wonderful fjords views await you.
Western Norway is famous for its outstanding nature, with deep fjords and steep mountains. It offers a long list of attractions, and we’ve collected together 13 photos to inspire a full holiday, from Møre og Romsdal in the north to Rogaland in the south.
The UNESCO World Heritage-listed Nærøyfjord is one of the fjords that can only be seen from the fjord. If you take a cruise on the fjord, you can watch the beautiful, historically rich landscape glide past, or you can hop off along the route and explore the area at close quarters. Read on for more reasons why you should take a fjord cruise between Gudvangen and Flåm.
Take a fjord cruise directly from Ålesund to Sunnmøre in summer. You have the opportunity to jump on and off the boat in Sæbø, Trandal, Urke and Øye, so this is a brilliant way in which to experience the spectacular Sunnmøre alps. Find out more about what you can see along the beautiful Hjørundfjord.
Geiranger is a popular tourist destination, best known for the UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord. Read on for tips and inspiration for what to do when visiting. Geiranger got something for everyone, as long as you are into amazing views of one of the world’s most spectacular fjords.
The Flåm Railway Museum take you back in time and gives you insights into the history and challenges of building the world's steepest railway, Flåmsbana.