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Visited the church at the end of the troll train ride but was disappointed that we were not allowed in. The floor is dangerous so the doors are kept tightly closed. Its an old church.... the new one is just down the road.... but still...More
The walk up from the town center to the church is well worth the effort. The building is early 14th century and beautifully preserved. Next to it is the workshop of the foremost maker of Norwegian violins. His legacy is maintained by a local craftsman...More
No need to spend a long time AT the church as you can’t go in because it’s unstable. You can however see inside and it’s beautiful.
The ground are fascinating and there is a good view of the city from above.
You can take the...More
We took a short hike around the small town and came upon this beautiful church. We did not stop to go inside. Be sure you get the map from the Tourist Information place. The town is very small and it's hard to get lost.
Would have loved to have seen the inside in person, but we arrived late in the day, and the church was locked. Otherwise, it's a picture perfect little church in a beautiful setting that looks like it could be used in Fairy Tale books. Absolutely,...More
Not much to see in Eidfjord, nice to walk round the port but take the time to walk up the hill to see this small loverly white Church it takes about 5 minutes. As others have said you can't enter as the floor is unsafe...More
We didn’t see this church, but it’s on one of the short hikes you can do in town in your free time. You can pick up a map at the Tourist Office near the dock. We took, and recommend, the Yellow Trail hike by the...More
We just visited on a cruise (I know this is long after the original question, but may help others), and after the cruise-provided visit to a nearby nature center, we visited the tourist office by the Eidfjord dock and picked... More
We just visited on a cruise (I know this is long after the original question, but may help others), and after the cruise-provided visit to a nearby nature center, we visited the tourist office by the Eidfjord dock and picked up a map showing two short hikes. We took the yellow trail along a river, returning up through a meadow. Although we were told it’s about a 90 minute walk, were a bit older and slower (and take a lot of photos) and took about two hours. It was a lovely hike - scenic and even passing an Iron Age to Viking burial ground. The trail is well marked and quite enjoyable - much better than either staying on the ship or shopping in the small town.