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Norway's fjords are long, narrow, deep inlets of the sea set between high cliffs, and typically formed by the submergence of a glaciated valley. It is hard to find the words to describe what it feels like to stand in front of a fjord in the western part of Norway. We would say unique, but that doesn’t adequately describe the experience. The scenery is hugely different and Norway's fjords are long, narrow, deep inlets of the sea set between high cliffs, and typically formed by the submergence of a glaciated valley. It is hard to find the words to describe what it feels like to stand in front of a fjord in the western part of Norway. We would say unique, but that doesn’t adequately describe the experience. The scenery is hugely different and it is not surprising that National Geographic magazine named this “the world’s most iconic destination.” Table of Contents: Introduction to the Norwegian Fjords Location & Orientation Climate & When to Visit Sightseeing Highlights Ryfylke District Sunnhordland District Sognefjord Hardangerfjord Stavanger Region Flåm Village Sunnfjord FjordKysten Trondheimsfjord Nordfjord Voss Village Bergen Recommendations for the Budget Traveler Places to Stay Centrum Romutleie Montana Family & Youth Hostel Skansen Pensjonat Park Hotel Vossevangen Midtnes Pensjonat Places to Eat & Drink Wesselstuen Jacobs Bar & Kjøkken Sjøhuset Skagen Årestova Sjøbua Fish Restaurant Places to Shop Norsk Flid Husfliden Bryggen Husflid Audhild Viken Kvadrat Shopping Center Saga Souvenir


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Norway's fjords are long, narrow, deep inlets of the sea set between high cliffs, and typically formed by the submergence of a glaciated valley. It is hard to find the words to describe what it feels like to stand in front of a fjord in the western part of Norway. We would say unique, but that doesn’t adequately describe the experience. The scenery is hugely different and Norway's fjords are long, narrow, deep inlets of the sea set between high cliffs, and typically formed by the submergence of a glaciated valley. It is hard to find the words to describe what it feels like to stand in front of a fjord in the western part of Norway. We would say unique, but that doesn’t adequately describe the experience. The scenery is hugely different and it is not surprising that National Geographic magazine named this “the world’s most iconic destination.” Table of Contents: Introduction to the Norwegian Fjords Location & Orientation Climate & When to Visit Sightseeing Highlights Ryfylke District Sunnhordland District Sognefjord Hardangerfjord Stavanger Region Flåm Village Sunnfjord FjordKysten Trondheimsfjord Nordfjord Voss Village Bergen Recommendations for the Budget Traveler Places to Stay Centrum Romutleie Montana Family & Youth Hostel Skansen Pensjonat Park Hotel Vossevangen Midtnes Pensjonat Places to Eat & Drink Wesselstuen Jacobs Bar & Kjøkken Sjøhuset Skagen Årestova Sjøbua Fish Restaurant Places to Shop Norsk Flid Husfliden Bryggen Husflid Audhild Viken Kvadrat Shopping Center Saga Souvenir

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