Eidfjord, Norway

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The Romantic Movement in literature and music changed the way Europeans experienced Nature. Nature was no longer an anarchic force to be conquered, but rather a source of beauty and inspiration. The result was the birth of the Scenic and the inception of tourism. European high society flocked to Norway's fjord country as early as the 1820s, and by 1875, Thomas Cook was offering summer cruises along the Eidfjord to Victorian England. Now as then, the allure remains the juxtaposition of the still, deep waters of the fjord framed by soaring cliffs and majestic waterfalls. Eidfjord is also a gateway to the Hardangervidda, Norway's largest national park.

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  • Kinsarvik Kinsarvik

    Once an important Viking marketplace, this idyllic town, nestled on the banks of the Kinso River, tucked within the mountains and along Sørfjord, is home to a charming 12th century church.

  • Ullensvang Ullensvang

    The fragrant orchards of this quiet hamlet, situated on the shores of the Hardangerfjorden, produce 80% of Norway's cherries. The town boasts a 13th century Gothic church with pretty stained-glass windows.

  • Hardanger Hardanger

    Known as the "Orchard of Norway," this pastoral area has grown fruit since the 14th century. Fragrant trees bloom with thousands of pink and white blossoms, and thundering waterfalls surround the area with sparkling majesty.

  • Hardangervidda Nature Center Hardangervidda Nature Center

    Located in Scandinavia's largest national park, set within dramatic scenery at the foot of the Vøringsfossen waterfall, the center and museum highlight the area's natural splendor in interactive displays and exhibits.

  • Sysen Dam Sysen Dam

    Hardangervidda Nature Center

  • Vøringsfossen Waterfall Vøringsfossen Waterfall

    Forged around 110,000 B.C. by glacier erosion, the country's most famous waterfall plunges over 182 meters and is one of the most visited attractions in Norway. Climb to the overlook for spectacular views.

  • Hotel Fossli Hotel Fossli

    Perched at the end of the Hardangerfjord, this iconic, art nouveau-style mountain-top hotel built in 1891 affords spectacular panoramic views over the waterfall and valley. It was the summer vacation spot of composer Edvard Grieg.

  • Eidfjord Lake Eidfjord Lake

    The crystalline waters of this two-mile long lake ribbon through awe-inspiring scenery of rugged mountains, sheer cliff walls and cascading waterfalls. Best enjoyed from the seat of a kayak, wildlife abounds in this tranquil splendor.


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