the 18km-long fjord of Nærøyfjord, which is just 500m wide in some parts, with towering, white-peaked mountains ascending to the flanks.
called Flamsbana. Starting at Flam, you creep up steep inclines for 20km in the valley through some 20 tunnels, and end your journey at the ski station of Myrdal.
of Folgefonna on a helicopter tour from Rosendal, to observe the mysterious blue ice or explore the summer ski resort to the north.
Norway’s second largest city and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is nestled under the 569m peak of Fløyfjellet, a popular destination for climbers that is also accessible by funicular.