From Oslo to the Fjords – The Geirangerfjord

There are many questions on how, where and how long time you need to experience the Western Fjords from Oslo. One of the fjords we recommend is the UNESCO-protected Geirangerfjord.

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See below for more information about the fjord tour to the Geirangerfjord. Plan and book your fjord adventure with FjordTours.

The Geirangerfjord and Norway in a Nutshell, from Oslo

Tour Summary: Train from Oslo with Dovrebanen Railway to Dombås. Continue from Dombås with the pictueresque Raumabanen Railway to Åndalsnes by the Romsdalsfjord. Bus from Åndalsnes to Ålesund. Hurtigruten coastal cruise Ålesund-Geiranger, Bus Geiranger-Ålesund included the Eagle Road. Hurtigruten coastal cruise Ålesund-Bergen, Norway in a nutshell®. Train Bergen-Oslo.

Return to Oslo: See above.

Season: Check website

Time to spend: Four days or more.

Booking: Book this roundtrip with train, bus, fjord cruise, Hurtigruten coastal cruise, activities and accommodation at Fjord Tours.

The Geiranger and Geirangerfjord Area – What to See and Do

The Geirangerfjord is like a fairytale. It is unique and exceptionally beautiful. And the fjord is included on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. You should also take a fjord cruise or join a fjord safari, experience the great view points or hike to Skageflå, one of the abandoned mountain farms. Vesterås is a great starting point for hiking in the Geiranger area. Take a Road Trip from Geiranger via Trollstigen to the Atlantic Road. The Geirangerfjord is located in the southwestern part of the county of Møre og Romsdal, north in Western Norway.

Useful Links:

Go Fjords: Big and Small Fjord Experiences
Visit Norway: Official page for Norway
Fjord Norway: Official page for Fjord Norway

The UNESCO-Protected Geirangerfjord – Map Overview