Sogndal is a small but important town in Sogn og Fjordane.

Get inEdit

By planeEdit

By busEdit

There are express buses three times a day from Oslo, four times a day from Bergen.

By boatEdit

Express boat two times a day from Bergen, in the summer. Only once daily during winter, between 1 September and 30 April. This route is operated by Fjord1 [formerly dead link].

By carEdit

Route 5 from Førde and Skei. Route 5 from Lærdal, which is connected to Oslo and Bergen by route E16.

Get aroundEdit

There are local buses operated by Fjord1 [formerly dead link].

SeeEdit

  • De Heibergske samlinger (The Heiberg Collections), Kaupanger (Follow rote 5 towards Lærdal), +47 57678206, fax: +47 57678511, . May and Sep: 10am-3pm Jun-Aug: 10am-5pm. A collection of old houses, and tools. Showing how the life was in the past. Adults: 60 kr, Children: 30 kr.
  • Kaupanger stavkirke (Kaupanger Stave Church), Kaupanger (Follow rote 5 towards Lærdal), +47 57678840, fax: +47 57678889. 9Jun-30Sep: 9.30am-5.30pm. Adults: 35 kr, Students: 25 kr, Children: 25 kr.

DoEdit

You can chop wood, admire the scenery, eat oatmeal or appreciate the unadulterated beauty of this grim and frostbitten land while listening to the moving sounds of Sogndals greatest bard Terje "Valfar" Bakken.

BuyEdit

Anything but a troll souvenir.

EatEdit

Local sea food, the mackerel season is in late summer.

DrinkEdit

SleepEdit

BudgetEdit

Mid-rangeEdit

ConnectEdit

Go nextEdit

Route 55 to Balestrand is a scenic drive along the fjord.

Route 55 to Luster.

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