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A very small building and very close to town. The town of Skjolden itself is one of the most picturesque places on earth and one of my favorite places I have ever been. I am dying to get back here and recommend it every chance...More
The tourist office in Skjolden Hotel is very helpful and informative. We wanted to visit the Stave church Urnes/Ornres, too far to walk so we were given information about how to go by tour or taxi. We waited in the very comfortable hotel for our...More
We were on the Seabourn Quest with 1 day at Skjolden. We had the pleasure of being the first to ride in the brand new Mercedes van that seats 15. Our tour guide, Turid, lives in Skjolden and had much interesting information that only a...More
Very picturesque little settlement at the inner end of the longest and deepest of the Norwegian fiords. There are 7 lots of three storey holiday let’s that are on stilts over the water then, strangely, a large crane that would do justice to a...More
Had a great pleasure of visiting this lovely small village of Skjolden whilst on a cruise of the Norwegian Fjords. Siting at the top of one of the longest Fjords in Norway this town has a population of only approx 250 people, so when a...More
Cruise ship berthed at this beautiful place at the far end of the Fjord. We spent nearly three hours strolling round the town. The views of the fjord were stunning and the town itself full of interest. There is also a lovely lake to take...More
After cruising through one of the longest Fjords in Norway, our ship docked here. We arrived on May 17, Norway's constitution day. We were greeted by the local townspeople in their national costumes and were given Norwegian flags. Everyone was very friendly. It is a...More
Skjolden is a beautiful place at the top of the fjord. The approach on a cruise ship is magical, the scenery amazing, it was the best part of my cruise to Norway.
From the cruise ship it is a 10 minute gentle stroll alongside the...More
We organised a tour (SK2-320A) with Princess Cruises up the Mountain and the tour did not occur as published in their information. All we did was travel up the mountain for morning tea and then back, stopping at 2 places: the guide said 'that is...More