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Our fairly large ship sailed under the Hardanger Bridge. It is a suspension bridge and emerges from a tunnel on one side and after the span goes into a tunnel on the other side. I would imagine it would be pretty intense to be on...More
We cycled down from Eidfjord past the old ferry terminal to this beautiful suspension bridge. However we had no way back across at the top if we cycled up the other end so we satisfied ourselves with admiring the bridge.
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In the summer (usually June, July and August) you can take a regular bus from Bergen Bus Station to Nordheimsund. From there you can take a boat that makes many stops within the Hardanger Fjord. If you go to the last stop... More
In the summer (usually June, July and August) you can take a regular bus from Bergen Bus Station to Nordheimsund. From there you can take a boat that makes many stops within the Hardanger Fjord. If you go to the last stop called Eidfjord you will to go under the bridge to get there. Make sure you check the time tables. You do not want to get stuck somewhere. Hotels are about or a little under 2000 crowns per night. Cheaper to go to a guest house or rent cabins or camp. Book in advance. The Norway in a Nutshell tour mentioned above is a good choice as well. There you would have everything planned for you and you can also book a hotel through them as well if you would like to stay more than one day. Driving given you the most freedom. The roads are a challenge to drive.