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Panorama picture from Aurland Municipality in Norway




FLÅM

Flåm is a smalI town with approximately 450 inhabitants, nestled in the innermost corner of the Aurlandsfjord, and centrally located along the new main road (open all year round) between Oslo and Bergen. The Flåm railway winds its away through a narrow valley with steep mountainsides and ends in Flåm beside the Sognefjord.

NSB invites you to take a train journey on the Flåm railway - a train journey that's really quite special. This 20 km long track offers just about everything: wild and beautiful mountain scenery, fertile heritage landscape and historical traditions going back to pagan times. All this as you descend from a height of almost 900 meters down to sea level at the Aurland Fjord.