Sogn og Fjordane (county) hotels
Sogn og Fjordane HotelsThe heart of Norway's Fjords, Sogn Og Fjordane is a nature lover's paradise, and the perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts to explore the rugged, yet lush hills, and the glimmering, expansive stretches of water that make the Fjords. Whether it's taking a spirited hike along one of the crystalline glaciers, kayaking the waterways, or simply indulging in some of the rural specialties, such as the tangy goat's cheese from Udredal, this rich and rolling landscape has lots to offer.Things to seeA visit to the idyllic village of Loen is a must - words fail when it comes to truing to describe the quaint beauty and peacefulness found here. Surrounded by the vast slopes of mountains, and nestled on the shimmering edges of a vast lake, the village boasts its own hotel and a historic church. A closer view of the many fjords here is of course highly recommended, especially Naerofjord. Taking a trip along the calm clear waters, it's easy to see why it’s a UNESCO-listed site. After spending time taking in the sights of the icy glaciers creeping across the landscape, you can learn more about them at the Norwegian Glacier Museum – the angular, modern building contains everything you could ever want to know about these natural wonders, and is a great day out for all the family. Hotels in
Sogn og FjordaneGenerally speaking, Sogn Og Fjordane hotels are scattered throughout the various serene, tranquil villages that sit on the calm shores of the many lakes and fjords. You can find luxury hotels in Sogn Og Fjordane that offer great dining, especially salty seafood dishes such as fresh salmon, and most offer complimentary WiFi. While the majority of hotels are higher end, and cater well to families and business travelers, those looking to see the region on a budget can also find numerous bargain hotels and hostels that offer great value for money and access to the beautiful natural sights. Where to stayFloro is generally a good place to start, as there's a number of transport options here that bring you into the region and provide access to the main highway throughout the area, making daytrips straightforward. Of course, couples looking for that ideal romantic break, secluded from the world, might enjoy a retreat to the rolling hillsides of Loen, and the peaceful village that offers unmatched tranquility. Families and nature enthusiasts could be well served by a base in Naerofjord, thanks to the numerous activities and tours that operate in the area, and kids'll no doubt love roaming the bright countryside.How to get to Sogn og FjordaneWhile Sogn Og Fjordane does have a number of smaller domestic airports, the nearest international hub is Bergen Airport, but you can also fly into the region from Oslo. Travel around the region itself is always going to be pleasant thanks to the sweeping scenery, and taking the train, that runs between Myrdal and Flam, is a tourist attraction in itself thanks to the beautiful views that are found along the journey. While there are buses that run throughout the region, your best bet is to hire a car if possible, as you can dictate your own pace.