Florø

By plane
There are direct flights to Florø from Oslo
Oslo- Florø : 1 hour and 10 minutes

For more information see https://www.wideroe.no

Express boat
You can also take the Express boat to Florø.

Ship location in Florø

You will get more information about where to find the ship, when we are getting closer to arrival day.

Flåm

By train
Flåm is the seaside terminus for the famous Flåmsbana Railway Line, which is one of the steepest and most scenic of its kind. Most trains between Oslo and Bergen connect to the Flåmsbana at Myrdal. Flåmsbana runs between eight and ten times a day from May until October, and four times a day in the winter season.

By bus
There are several daily bus connections between Flåm and Oslo or Bergen. The trip takes about 3 hours from Bergen and 7,5 hours from Oslo. Check out NOR-WAY Bussekspress’s webpage for prices and timetables.

Ship location in Flåm

You will get more information about where to find the ship, when we are getting closer to arrival day.

July 29- August 02 2020

Join this trip to experience a coastal cruise that take you from the open ocean at Norway’s western tip to Flåm, at the heart of fjord Norway. You will get a whole day to explore the beautiful Flåm at arrival day.

DEPARTURE Florø 29. 07. 2020 16:00
ARRIVAL Flåm 01. 08. 2020 09:00
INCLUDED
Meals
NOT INCLUDED  Flights and transfers from and to the ship, drinks on board (available for local prices onboard), field trips, other personal expenses.

 

You stay on board until the next morning.

This stage takes you from Florø, Norway’s westernmost town, to Flåm, at the head of the magnificent Aurlandsfjord.

After departure, we sail through a series of pristine archipelagos while you settle into the unique rhythm of life at sea with your co-sailor colleagues.

Why not arrive a day before departure to explore Florø. Steeped in history and surrounded by a series of pristine archipelagos, this charming community provides a taste of authentic coastal life. Florø is located close to Norway’s famous western fjords, with their spectacular backdrop of mountains and glaciers.

If you arrive a day early to Florø or Flåm you can:

We head inland through the mighty, 204-kilometre-long Sognefjord passing idyllic villages, ancient farmsteads, and lush fruit orchards, before going deeper into the innermost part of the Aurlandsfjord, one of the world’s most magnificent fjords

At its head sits our destination, the charming village of Flåm, in a truly spectacular setting surrounded by steep mountains, thundering waterfalls and narrow valleys. It is the perfect base for a 20-kilometre ride on the stunning Flåmsbane mountain railway, which winds past deep ravines and panoramic views up to a station on the Hardangervidda plateau.

In Flåm you can also enjoy unique local cuisine, such as pizza made with ale bread base, cheese from nearby mountain goats and locally made aquavit sausage.

We will arrive early on the arrival day.

The Flåm Railway

The Flåm Railway & hiking/biking. Highlights include the Flam Railway, Kjosfossen waterfall, mountain farms and hiking/biking 10km on the old navvies’ road in the Flamsdalenvalley. This is a close to nature experience!

“The Flåm Railway has been described as one of the most beautiful train journeys in the world and is one of the leading tourist attractions in Norway. The train runs from the end of Aurlandsfjord, a tributary of the Sognefjord, up to the high mountains at Myrdal station. The journey features the finest aspects of the stunning scenery of Western Norway. ”

Duration 1- 2 hours.

Source from here 

 

Norway in a Nutshell
Flam – Myrdal – Voss – Tvinde – Stalheim – Flam
Duration: 6 hrs

Highlights include the Flam Railway, Kjosfossen waterfall, Bergen Railway, the beautiful town of Voss, Tvindefossen waterfall, Stalheim viewpoint
and Stalheimskleiva road. This road is one of the steepest stretches of road in Northern Europe, winding its way through 13 hairpin curves.

Information from: Flåm Preantation

Foto:Flåm AS Fotograf:Morten Rakke
Foto: Flåm AS-Fotograf: Paul Edmundson
Foto: Visit Flåm/ Fotograf: Jonny Akselsen
Foto: FlåmAS- Fotograf Øystein Thorvaldsen
Foto: FlåmAS-Fotograf SverreHornevik
Foto: Flåm AS-Fotograf:Morten Rakke
Foto: Flåm Fotograf-RM.Sørensen
Foto: Visit Flåm Fotograf: Karina Lange
Per Holst
Foto Martin Lindholm