Mellemvaerftet Old Shipbuilding MuseumKristiansund,Norway
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Andalsnes Train ChapelAndalsnes,Norway
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Volda Rural Museum and Tannery MuseumVolda,Norway
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On a row of islands stretching out into the ocean, Ålesund is built, but it is most famous for its stunning architecture, which is definitely something that not many Norwegian towns can claim. At first I thought only selected buildings are featured in the photos of Alesund, but I was wrong. almost all of the buildings in the town are picture perfect. This town reminds me of Copenhagen in Denmark. Definitely a must visit town when in Norway.
Strolling around the coastal town of Alesund which kinda reminds me of Copenhagen. They have colorful buildings and the locals are amazingly friendly. Although it’s a bit expensive, with proper budgeting and research, still manageable.
Somewhere in Alesund. Every angle is just picturesque. The snow covered mountain tops, calm waters, ocassional fog, and the overcast sky. perfect time to take water reflection shots. Photo taken back in 2015.
When I visited Ålesund, the most beautiful fjord city in Norway (at least for me). City in the midst of nature. It’s such a perfect match. exploring the fjords and the mountains will be one of the best things to do. I will never forget the our road trip in Alesund. visiting the museum, atlantic sea park, eating pizza, going to record shops, and the best part? people are so friendly that you’ll feel like you’ve known the stranger for a long time when in fact you’ve just met.
Alesund is a picturesque port town in western Norway. The city is unique in style and is the recommended spot for deep-minded tours.
When I was doing a Norwegian itinerary, I was surprised by the city's fixed makeup photos. It was a panoramic photo of the city in the city's commanding heights. It is very convenient to fly from Bergen. The inland traffic in Norway is not a plane or a ferry because of geographical restrictions. The airport in Alesund is very mini, the bus basically goes to the city, and the enthusiastic driver also gives us the direction of the hotel. The
city tour recommends color buildings in the city centre, the port lighthouse and the viewing platform on the top of the hill, and the summer season with cruise ships to the fjord. Its hard to get rid of the rain, so I decided to climb the mountain to see the panorama. It is recommended to climb from the Houshan residential area according to Google's route, even if the road is long but not tired. If you climb from the front of the park, there are more than 400 steps waiting for you. Good physical strength, please ignore it automatically.
Hungry, you can choose the delicious coffee fish soup in the city's coffee restaurant, which is warm and warm. In addition, many souvenir shops are also worth a visit.
The town of Ondalsnes is a paradise in the north-central part of Norway. There are very few tourists here, and only a few tourists who come and go every day are only in a hurry.
The early Ondalsnes was an important railway hub, a railway that can be seen everywhere in the city. The scenery in the town is very beautiful, large fields of wheat, blue and calm lakes, green mountains and blue sky form a beautiful picture, people live a leisurely life, each sorting their own warm nest, the tourists passing by are always simple. smile.
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Longer, yes; more expensive, yes.
The charges for those ferries add up to be really amazing.
From the Geirangerfjord all the way north, cut along the western fjord, there are 14,000 large and small islands in the adjacent seashore. For centuries the fishing industry has supported the income of the people here, salmon, salmon, Seafood such as lobster is extremely rich.
The magnificent Atlantic Road connects some of these islands. In order to capture the beautiful arc of the Atlantic Road, we drove a car, adding 16 krona per liter of diesel and spent a few thousand krona on ferry fees. Caught in 16