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The Rauma Railway running between Andalsnes and Dombas is known as one of Norway’s wildest and most beautiful train journeys. The tour takes you through the beautiful Romsdalen to famous natural attractions like the Trollveggen cliff face and the...more
We travelled from Bjorli station to Andalsnes on a vintage train, the carriage had comfortable seats and spectacular views were had from the train. The cost of a return trip from Bjorli to Andalsnes is 600 NOK (£25) but well worth the cost, recommended. A...More
This is undoubtedly one of the most spectacular rail journeys in the world on a par in many ways with the Glacier Express in Switzerland. As is snakes its way up and down, and even in, the mountains it provides spectacular views of mountains, gorges...More
we arranged our trip so that we would get the chance to ride the Raumabanen and we are glad we did ! It was through beautiful scenery !
if you have a eurail pass, the #681 bus ride Andalsnes/Alesund is half price, so I'd recommend...More
Is a small town mostly based on local industry and tourism. If you arrived by boat you are best off taking the train to the Romsdal Region. The train runs along the Rauma river ending up at the Bjorli station. The trains is comfortable but...More
Undoubtedly a beautiful railway, but we felt that the train journey was too quick and there were little or no opportunities to take photos! A great deal of the foliage and trees could be cut away from the trackside to improve the viewing possibilities.
We travelled on the train as part of a ships tour in March. The train was comfortable (and warm), commentary was good and there was plenty to see through the large windows. My only criticism is we travelled on the train from top to bottom...More
We had a wonderful train trip on the Rauma line. The train was very comfortable and clean.
The waterfalls and landscape were so beautiful.
Once we got to the town of Åndalsnes, we rented a car so that we could drive the famous Trollstigen road.
It can be smart to by the ticket asap. Go to Nsb.no , if you are lucky you can get it super cheep (in Norway the ticket get more and more expensive the closer the traveling day you get and often they get sold out.