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Attractions in Balestrand



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Balestrand St Olavs Church

Balestrand St Olavs Church

3.8/54 Reviews
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"The address on Ctrip is wrong, this church is located in the center of the town. The church is actually very small and was built in 1897. The earthy yellow structure allows one to see a typical English church at a glance. It is estimated that the residents of the small town usually do it for worship, and tourists rarely visit this place."

FlamNearby City

4.6/587 Reviews
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"In the shops on the street, you can see a lot of dolls in the shape of monsters and witches, which means that the long winter is easy to think of ghosts and corresponding ghost legends, the four dwarfs and Snow White."

GudvagenNearby City

4.1/518 Reviews
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"Gudvangen is a small town in the Sognefjord, less than 20 kilometers away from the Aurland Fjord. The flam mountain railway passes here. After watching the Aurland Fjord, we will stay in the camping hotel here. If you have enough time, you can also go to Oppheim Lake not far away."

VossNearby City

3.6/59 Reviews
"Scenic place that was amazingly beautiful by the lake and when it snowed! It’s where u board the bus to the beautiful Gudvangen."
Briksdal Glacier (Briksdalbreen)

Briksdal Glacier (Briksdalbreen)Nearby City

5/53 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
"The Brisdal Glacier in Norway is the western branch of the Jostedal Jostedal Glacier. It descends from a height of 1,200 meters and is majestic. Because of the global greenhouse effect, the area of the ice tongue is getting smaller and smaller, attracting tourists from all over the world. From the hotel, in addition to the bus that crosses the mountains and ridges, you must also take the open-shed four-wheel drive. The speed of the roundabout mountain riders is not reduced. In addition to grasping the handlebars, they must hold the phone tightly. The water splashes all over the raincoat on her body~"
Stegastein Lookout

Stegastein LookoutNearby City

4.5/512 Reviews
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Observation Deck
"It was great to see the Aurran Fjord from this viewing platform. It was a sunny day when we went. The scenery of the fjord was panoramic. The only downside was that there were too many people. Several tour groups stopped here. I waited for a long time before calming down. This is the advantage of free walking. We will be our own place after everyone has left."

GeirangerNearby City

4.5/523 Reviews
Observation Deck
Open 24 hours (Local time)
"The Eagle Road (Ørnevegen) is the name of the 11 sharp turns on Highway 63 between Geiranger and Ezdal, similar to Jiuzhaigou's Nine Turns. A few days before the opening of the road every year, the highest point of the hairpin bend-Eagle Wings (Ørnesvingen, 620 meters) observation deck is often named after eagles gather. In fact, after I walked it, I didn’t think it was so difficult. The right side of the photos I took is the Eagle Road. The last one is to look back at the fjord after reaching the top."

BryggenNearby City

4.4/5118 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
Open on Mon-Sat,9:00am-4:00pm;Closed on Sun (Local time)
"Nice pretty small town with the instantly recognizable colourful conserved buildings. Easy to walk around on foot. Rained a lot though when we were there!"
Floibanen Funicular

Floibanen FunicularNearby City

4.6/535 Reviews
Cable Car
"Bergen, the capital of Hordaland County, Norway, is also the second largest city in Norway. It is also the largest and most beautiful port on the west coast of Norway. It was voted "European Capital of Culture" by the United Nations in 2000. The climate here is mild and rainy. , Is a "rain city"."
Bryggen Herringbone House

Bryggen Herringbone HouseNearby City

4.5/541 Reviews
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Historical Architecture
Open from 9:00am-4:00pm (Local time)
"Bryggen, the old port of Bergen, was an important trading post in the Middle Ages (the Hanseatic era). The area was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979. It includes 13 places and 61 architectural monuments. The dock area is the most visited in Norway. The typical Scandinavian-style herringbone houseboat is painted with bright paint, which is very distinctive and worth visiting~" is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.