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This place just too good. Amazing drive and great view. You have to be here before October as the cruise stop sailing from November. I can't express enough about the feeling of being there. Just see it to believe it .
We were very lucky the day we arrived into Geiranger. It was raining the days before and the days after. Sailing in that morning, it was beautifully peaceful. The sun was bright and you can see for miles. Try to make it up to one...More
The grandeur of the fjord is almost beyond belief. It is beautiful in every sense of the word; the views are stunning and waterfalls plunge in to the fjord. The snow capped mountains when we visited simply enhanced the beauty. Even large cruise ships appear...More
We arrived by cruise ship and it was delightful to sit on our balcony as we slowly made our way up the Fjord to Geiranger. Stunning Scenery, tall mountains and amazing waterfalls. Once we disembarked we went straight to the tourist information and booked a...More
Small town ... big fjord = a delight. This was our favorite and first stop on an 11 day, bucket-list cruise to Norway ... just Norway. The scenery coming into / going away from Geiranger was magnificent in very early June. The town is really...More
I booked the tour online from 'visit Norway fjords.' I started the one day tour from Alesund. Just followed the instructions in the printed itinerary. We started off by taking the bus in the early morning. This bus took us... More
I booked the tour online from 'visit Norway fjords.' I started the one day tour from Alesund. Just followed the instructions in the printed itinerary. We started off by taking the bus in the early morning. This bus took us to board a ferry boat. Then another ferry board to get to Geiranger fjord.
Not too much except for an outstanding view as you approach from either direction. It’s a small place, which in season is full of tourists from the cruise liners. Quietens down at night, though. Check it out on google