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Reviewed October 10, 2019 via mobile

Took the MF Veøy ferry for the UNESCO listed Geirenger Fjord.

It was raining and we had to stay inside. But due to the rain, there were many waterfalls down the steep cliffs and the 7 sisters waterfall seemed like there were more than 10 sisters.

Date of experience: September 2019
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Reviewed October 8, 2019 via mobile

A visit to Norway is incomplete without going to Geiranger Fjord. Visitors are not able to access Geiranger Fjord during winter through the mountain route, which to me would be a pity as it provides a beautiful journey through snow-capped mountains until we reach the fjord. As it was snowing we almost could not make it but we were lucky as the road was opened for us eventually when the salt trucks came in to melt the snow, good enough for vehicles to go through. As we rode with the height of the journey we could see the views unfolding level by level until we were ‘on top of the world’ before seeing Geiranger Fjord in all its glory at an awe-inspiring vantage point before descending into the valley town itself.
The scenic little town is endowed with souvenir shops, hotels, local bakery, restaurants and tourist information centre. There is also a little jetty for kayaks and for mooring cruise ferries.

It is a beautiful place which we were sad to leave behind. If there is an opportunity we will be back again - this time to stay for a night or two and not just day trip.

Date of experience: September 2019
3  Thank YvonneLLS
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Reviewed October 2, 2019

We decided to explore the Geiranger fjord by cruise boat, departing from Alesund. The boat took us into 3 hours journey toward Geiranger village , along the fjord. We had 3 hours before the boat takes us back to Alesund (one-way option existed also) - so after disembarking in Geiranger vilage , among few options to explore surrounding area, we choosed the Panorama Bus. The bus took us up to two famous viewpoints: Flydalsjuvet, and Eagle Bend. No doubt - most amazing views we've seen during our trip in Norway. After 1.5 hours bus ride - back to Geiranger village , short walk near the harbor with few touristic shops and small restaurants - and at 4PM we started our sailing back to Alesund

Date of experience: September 2019
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Reviewed October 1, 2019 via mobile

Definitely should be on your bucket list. Such natural scenery with countless waterfalls. We entered this Fjord on a cruise and spent the day in Geiranger. One of the stand outs is the waterfall which has a metal stairs all the way to a top viewing point. Great stopping point for photos. If you find steps hard going I would suggest you walk up the main road which leads to the same section at the top of the waterfall platform but it not as difficult. Beautiful views of the bay

Date of experience: October 2019
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Reviewed September 30, 2019

We saw only one fijord on our recent cruise and it was the very best. We had an aft location and sat from early morning watching the mountains, waterfalls, and beautiful setting unfold. We couldn't take our eyes away. It reminded us of Alaska, but was very unique. The town is not much to talk about, just a few tourist shops, etc, and warrants only a very quick walk through. The star is the scenery....we watched the sail out of this place from dinner on the ship and will remember it very very fondly.

Date of experience: September 2019
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