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Things to do in Møre og Romsdal County

Our most recommended things to do in Møre og Romsdal County

Geiranger: Dalsnibba, Flydalsjuvet, Eagle Bend & Fjords Tour

1. Geiranger: Dalsnibba, Flydalsjuvet, Eagle Bend & Fjords Tour

Embark on a guided tour of Dalsnibba, Flydalsjuvet, Eagle Bend, and the Fjords tailor-made for cruise passengers arriving in Geiranger. Relax on board a comfortable bus and listen to live commentary as you admire landscapes, mountains, waterfalls, and lakes. After meeting the guide and boarding the bus, begin your guided tour of Geiranger and the UNESCO World Heritage area. Sit back and relax as you make your way to Flydalsjuvet, one of Norway’s most photographed viewpoints. Continue to the spectacular Djupvatn Lake and reach the top of the famous mountain Dalsnibba, at an altitude of 1,500 meters above sea level. Make a stop at Eagle Bend and soak up the breathtaking views of Geiranger village, the Geirangerfjord, and the Seven Sisters Waterfall. Drive up the serpentine Eagle Road for one-of-a-kind photo opportunities of the Geirangerfjord. As you explore, your guide will provide insightful commentary about the area and its history. Finally, enjoy a punctual return to the terminal in time for your cruise departure.

Alesund: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

2. Alesund: Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Alesund is a picturesque town in Norway and is well-known for suffering from a large fire back in 1904. As a result, most of the city was rebuilt and today represents a beautiful, colorful and historic city. Hop-on at the first stop, the Cruise Terminal, for the full tour experience, or if you'd prefer, you can hop-on at any of the 8 stops along the route. The tour bus will take you on an incredible journey through Alesund, showing you the most fabulous sights such as the popular open-air museum and the Fjellstua viewpoint. This is a great place to hop-off and enjoy unforgettable views of Alesund's fjords and mountains. You can also hop-off at other fantastic locations such as the Parken Kulturhus where you'll find many souvenir shops and the Alesund Aquarium where you can enjoy a fun-filled day out. When you're on-board, you will enjoy a fun and interesting audio commentary that is accessible in 8 different languages. With the 24-hour hop-on hop-off ticket, you will also enjoy offers and discounts at a selection of shops and eateries in the city, including a 10% discount at Fjordbuda Souvenirs Gift Shop.  Please find below the bus stops along the sightseeing route:  • Cruise Terminal • Sunnmøre Museum • Aksla View Point / Fjellstua • Parken Kulturhus (Shopping District) • Tourist information • The Art Nouveau Centre / City Center • Ålesund Church • Ålesund Aquarium / Atlanterhavsparken

Geiranger: Bus Tour with Multilingual Audio Guide

3. Geiranger: Bus Tour with Multilingual Audio Guide

Explore the powerful beauty of Norway as you travel the Geiranger road by bus. Pass by two of the most famous highlights along the Geiranger, Flydalsjuvet and Eagle Bend. A multi-language audio guide will tell you more about the history of the surrounding UNESCO World Heritage site. Begin your sightseeing tour along the famous Geiranger road with a view of Flydalsjuvet. At 330 meters above sea level, this magnificent gorge offers incredible views of the 70-meter-deep canyon and the Geirangerfjord below. Enjoy one of the most iconic landmarks of Norway. Next, continue your tour with a passage through the village of Geiranger and experience the thrill of 11 hairpin turns as you approach the Eagle Bend. On the final turn, soak up the view of the fjord, village, and the Seven Sisters waterfall at 515 meters above sea level.

From Bergen: Sightseeing Fjord Cruise to Alversund Strait

4. From Bergen: Sightseeing Fjord Cruise to Alversund Strait

Sail from Bergen to the Alversund Streams with this group boat tour. Set off from Bergen's famous Fish Market and marvel at views of the medieval fortress Bergenhus, St Mary's church and the colorful Bryggen Hanseatic wharf. Glide through beautiful Western Norwegian scenery at the City Fjord, Salhus Fjord and Kverna Fjord as you make your way towards the stunning Alversund Streams. Snap breathtaking photos of this amazing scenery. Relax, as the captain safely steers the boat through narrow sounds, deep fjords, a maze of islands and the powerful currents of the narrow Alversund channel.

Ålesund: 1-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus Ticket

5. Ålesund: 1-Day Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus Ticket

Discover the marvelous city of Ålesund with the Hop-on Hop-off double-decker buses at your own pace. Hop on, sit back and enjoy as you pass through fascinating landscapes, architectural and historical sites. Learn about the exciting history of the city with our entertaining audio guide available in 7 different languages (English, German, Spanish, French, Dutch and Norwegian). Get to know about the devastating fire of 1904 that destroyed the wooden buildings, and about the reconstruction under the initiative of Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany. Sharpen your knowledge of Art Nouveau — Jugendstyle architecture. Delight your eyes going to the Fjellstua viewpoint and see panoramic views of the city. Explore the Ålesund Aquarium, one of the largest saltwater aquariums in Scandinavia. An easy and enjoyable way to explore the most interesting attractions. You can hop on and off as many times as you want with your 1 day ticket Welcome on board and have fun!

Bergen: A Walk Through Past and Present

6. Bergen: A Walk Through Past and Present

Discover the historic sights and local hotspots of Bergen on a guided walking tour through the city. Learn about the city's history and modern life with your expert local guide. Meet at the Rosenkrantz Tower, a building inside the Bergenhus Fortress. Begin by learning about Bergen's royal and political past and explore the mighty fortress of the city. Take a short walk to Bryggen, Bergen's UNESCO World Heritage site. Wander the narrow alleys and explore over 500 years of history, and maybe you'll even get to sample what the Hanseatic merchant of the past traded here. After learning about the history of the city, it's time to go off the beaten path. Wander through the narrow alleys in the historic residential neighborhood, where you'll learn about Bergen's wooden architecture, life as an average person in the 18th and 19th centuries, and also what it's like to live here today. The last part of the tour will take you past some of Bergen's most popular eateries, where you can learn more about the vibrant city life and what Norwegians love to eat. Pass the Floibanen funicular station, so by the time you end at the tourist office, you'll be full of ideas for what to do in Bergen for the rest of your stay.

Ålesund: Ålesund and Surrounding Islands Audio Guide Tour

7. Ålesund: Ålesund and Surrounding Islands Audio Guide Tour

Explore Ålesund and its surroundings with a guide and learn about the history and culture of the region. Visit landmarks including a 12th-century church, a local lighthouse, and a lookout point all on one tour. Meet your driver and head to the island of Giske. Visit the Giske Church, a 12th-century church built from white marble, located approximately 10km from the Ålesund city center. Head across the water to the island of Alnes. See views of the Atlantic ocean as you explore the fishing island. Stop at Alnes Fyr, a local lighthouse with a cafe. Spend some time in Alnes Fyr Cafe, where you can purchase coffee and snacks. The last stop is the Aksla viewpoint. Here you can take in panoramic views of the city and archipelago. You can stop here to have a coffee or something to eat at Fjellstua restaurant. If you wish to go to the city center, you can end the tour at the viewpoint. Otherwise, you will be taken back to the tour starting point.

Geiranger: Guided Kayak Tour in Geiranger Fjord

8. Geiranger: Guided Kayak Tour in Geiranger Fjord

This is a great opportunity to explore the UNESCO World Heritage area from a very special perspective. You can stop on your way to admire the amazing landscape and to take unforgettable pictures. In about one and a half hour of paddling you can reach the famous Seven Sister Waterfalls and discover some of the oldest Geirangerfjord farms. Our guide/instructor will take you safely on the tour and provide you with top quality equipment, technical and safety instructions and a lot of tips to enjoy the Geirangerfjord at its best. Safety note: be aware of changing weather conditions and low water temperature. Follow the instructions of our team carefully.

Åndalsnes: Guided Bus Tour to Trollstigen

9. Åndalsnes: Guided Bus Tour to Trollstigen

This tour allows you to enjoy the view as you elevate up the curvy road. You have the chance to join the bus from several departure places along the way. While being comfortable on the bus, the tour guide will tell you the well-kept stories of the area, including the history of the steep road and the many mountains surrounding it. You will have every possibility to just enjoy the incredible view while traveling up to the Trollstigen Viewpoint. At the viewpoint, you will have about 1 hour at your own disposal, before the bus will leave back down to Åndalsnes. You can get on the bus at three different locations: (1) Åndalsnes Bus Station, (2) Åndalsnes Camping and (3) Trollstigen Camping & Gjestegård.

Geiranger Fjord: Downhill Self-Guided Bike Tour

10. Geiranger Fjord: Downhill Self-Guided Bike Tour

Experience Norway's stunning nature and striking fjords on a self-guided downhill bike tour from the picturesque Geiranger village. Meet in Geiranger for a safety talk, and to be kitted out with your bike and equipment before being driven up the mountain to your iconic starting point 1,030-meters above sea level: the Djupvatnet Lake. Take in the majestic surrounding scenery as you cycle your way down the fjord's sinuous roads. Make sure to stop once in a while to snap some memorable pictures — especially at the famous Flydalsjuvet viewpoint, which offers some of the best views of the area.

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What people are saying about Møre og Romsdal County

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based on 611 reviews

The cruise we booked originally was cancelled last minute as there was an engine issue with the boat but the company arranged an alternative trip or we could have a refund if wanted. We opted for the alternative trip. The Mostraumen & Osterfjord cruise was truly breathtaking with magnificent views of the rugged cliffs, quaint villages & hamlets dotted along the banks reminiscent of ‘Moominvalley’ and beautiful waterfalls everywhere we looked. I cannot comment on The Alversund Streams cruise, I’m sure it is wonderful but we were not disappointed with the alternative cruise provided.

Magda was an excellent guide, she made the tour really interesting and enjoyable. It was at a good pace but covered lots of topics and I’m so glad I did this . With only 1 day in Bergen I felt like I got a good insight and plenty of recommendations of how to make the most of my time.

It was pouring buckets and windy! But Our tour guide Patrick made the tour very much worth our while. He shared great stories and knowledge, answered our questions and found dry spots for us to duck into every now and then. A consummate professional! Would go again in a heartbeat.

Very nice, varied walking tour. Guide spoke English perfectly, couldn't have been nicer, welcomed questions, and herded cats (the tour participants) efficiently. Pace was pleasant - didn't drag and was never rushed.

our guide Neil has a lot of knowledge of Bergen's history and through his stories we kind of travelled through time and myths of the city. it was a magnificent tour. thank you Neil. see you next time