Flåm is a small port town located in Flomsdalen, at the inner end of the Aurlandsfjord, a branch of the Sognefjord. It is located in the municipality of Aurland, Sogn og Fjordane County, Vestland, Norway.
Port address: Gnr 36 Bnr 159, 5743 Flåm.
Terminals: Flåm has a pier large enough for cruise ships. Flåm is frequently visited by more than one vessel at a time.
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From port to city
Since Flåm is a small town, the options when it comes to transportation are limited. There is a local bus, but it rarely runs, so it's best to get around the city on foot.
From the airport to the city
Sogndala Haukosen Airport (SOG) is located 70 kilometers from Flåm.
- Book a transfer with the manager of Fort Gates Ukraine
- Order a taxi
- Several buses run daily between Flåm and Oslo or Bergen. The journey takes 3 hours from Bergen and 7.5 hours from Oslo.
Flomsbana Railroad. This train ride is considered one of the most beautiful in the world. The 2-hour round trip takes you through mountainous landscapes, past several waterfalls as the train climbs 864 meters through countless tunnels, stopping at the impressive Kyosfossen Waterfall.
Nerøy fjord. It is one of the most beautiful fjords in Norway and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This deep blue fjord, 25 meters wide at its narrowest point, has 1200 meters high cliffs on either side and many waterfalls. Isolated farms and picturesque villages dot the breathtaking landscape.
Viking village in Gudvangen. It embodies the true history and culture of the Viking Age. This is not a museum, but a real Viking village. You can get to know real Vikings, learn about their history, lifestyle, crafts and hobbies.
Underdal. It is a tiny village along the Nерrøyfjord, which previously could only be reached by boat. She claims to be famous for her cheeses. About 500 goats roam the mountainside providing milk for the cheese. You can buy cheese at the village shop.
Flomsbahn Museum - Located right by the Flomsbahn train platform, admission is free. This is a tiny museum to visit to see how the railway was built.
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