Flaam, Norway

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Lying at the head of Aurlandsfjord, this small village of some 400 people is surrounded by snowcapped mountains, isolated farmsteads and waterfalls. Flåm also boasts the extraordinary Flåms Railway. One of the most dramatic train rides in Europe, the Flåm Railway takes an hour to cover 10 miles, hugging cliffs, plunging through tunnels and pausing for its passengers to admire the views as it ascends the Flåm Valley to Myrdal, a desolate mountain plateau.

Completed in 2000, the 16-mile-long Aurland-Lærdal Tunnel is the world's longest traffic tunnel. It burrows beneath the mountains connecting Flåm and Lærdal on the Sognefjord.

Flåm is pronounced "flom."

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  • Flåm Railway Flåm Railway

    Ranked #6 in National Geographic's Top Ten European Train Trips, the train offers a breathtaking 12-mile journey between the mountains and the fjords from 3,000 feet to sea level, on incredibly steep railway lines. Enjoy views of majestic mountain ranges, thundering waterfalls and stunning vistas.

  • Aurlandfjord & Valley Aurlandfjord & Valley

    Experience Norway's visual drama and spectacular landscapes when you travel along the shores of Aurlandsfjord and explore the Aurland Valley, often called Norway's Grand Canyon.

  • Nærøyfjord-A UNESCO Heritage Site Nærøyfjord-A UNESCO Heritage Site

    Distinguished by its geological qualities and scenic beauty, Naeroyfjord was included on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2005. This exquisite fjord is 17 kilometers long (10.5 miles) and only 250 meters (820 feet) wide at the narrowest point, is flanked by mountains towering at 1,800 meters, plunging waterfalls and cultural landscapes.

  • Voss Voss

    Nestled between two of Norway's most famous fjords, the area boasts a charming lakeside setting, a petite 13th-century church, and a delightful array of shops and cafes.

  • Lærdal (Lærdal, Borgund Stavkirke) Lærdal (Lærdal, Borgund Stavkirke)

    Situated at the end of the Lærdal valley is the lovely village of Lærdal. The outstanding Borgund Stave Church can be located nearby, just a 15 minute drive from the village.

  • Viking Village Viking Village

    The Viking Valley is not really a museum, it's an authentic Viking village, with real Vikings, where you can experience their lifestyle as it was more than 1000 years ago. They are not dressed up actors as you often see in places like these, rather reenactors, real Vikings who choose the Viking era as lifestyle.

  • Flåm River Flåm River

    One of the best salmon-rivers in the West Country.

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