This iconic attraction features many of the characteristic natural and cultural charms of the Norwegian fjords.
The jewel in the crown
The Geirangerfjord is often considered the jewel in Norway's crown of fjords. Surrounded by majestic mountain peaks, 800-metre-high cliffs and cascading waterfalls, the UNESCO-listed fjord is an impressive 15 kilometres long and 260 metres deep.
Some of the fjord's most-visited attractions are its impressive falls, namely Seven Sisters, the Suitor and the Bridal Veil. You also shouldn't miss a visit to Ørneveien (the Eagle Road), where you can catch a magnificent view over the fjord itself.