Is it possible to visit the western fjords from Oslo, and spend only one day? I do not have any car, how do I get to the fjords? What fjord in Norway do you recommend to visit? What activities can I do in the fjords?
There are many questions on how, where and how long time you need to experience the Western Fjords from Oslo. We recommend the UNESCO-protected Nærøyfjord. See below for more information about the Nærøyfjord.
Norway in a nutshell, from Oslo to Flåm & the Nærøyfjord. The Nærøyfjord is a branch of the 204 kilometer long Sognefjord, “the King of the Fjords”.
Return to Oslo or Bergen: Bus from Gudvangen via the hairpin-road Stalheimskleiva to Voss, then train from Voss on the Bergen Railway back to Oslo or Bergen.
Season: All year.
Time to spend: Day trip or more, available all year. We recommend to stay longer and experience more. Read more about what to see and do in the Flåm and the Nærøyfjord area.
Booking: Book this roundtrip with train, bus, fjord cruise, activities and accommodation at Fjord Tours
Accommodation by the Aurlandsfjord and the Nærøyfjord
The Aurlandsfjord – Flåm, Aurland and Undredal
- Flåm Marina in Flåm.
- Flåm Camping and Hostel in Flåm.
- Fretheim Hotel in Flåm.
- Flåmsbrygga Hotel in Flåm.
- Vangsgaarden Gjestegiveri in Aurland.
- 2/92 Aurland in Aurland.
- Hotel Aurlandsfjord in Aurland.
- Undredal Camping in Undredal.
- Undredal Leiligheter in Undredal.
- Stigen Gard outside Undredal.
The Nærøyfjord – Gudvangen, Bakka and Tufto
- Nærøyfjorden Camping at Bakka by the Nærøyfjord.
- Gudvangen Fjordtell at Gudvangen.
- Gudvangen Budget Hotel at Gudvangen.
- Gudvangen Camping at Gudvangen.
- Vang Camping at Gudvangen.
- Tufto Holiday Houses at Tufto outside Bakka.