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Two cyclists standing on the Rallarvegen in the Flåm Valley looking at Kårdal farm and waterfall on a sunny summer’s day.
A boat sailing along the Aurlandsfjord from Flåm seen through tree branches with white flowers
A white light tree in Flåm on a dark December evening.
The Flåm Railway passing through the old Flåm village centre on a lush summer’s day.
Snow-covered mountains behind Flåm village and a boat sailing on the fjord
An electric catamaran sailing under a cloudy sky between green mountains on the Nærøyfjord
Four friends by a bonfire pan in front of Fretheim Hotel on a winter’s evening.


Welcoming tourists for nearly 200 years, Flåm knows a thing or two about hospitality. The charming village is located at the innermost part of the Aurlandsfjord, in the heart of the fjord region. This is the perfect starting point for exploring some of the most spectacular natural attractions in Norway, with a wide variety of activities. The world famous Flåm Railway is one of the obvious highlights, a fjord cruise on the UNESCO-listed Nærøyfjord is another, and Scandinavia’s longest zipline is a third. Stay and dine at the historical Fretheim Hotel. Read more and find your favourites!

Be inspired to visit Flåm

Learn more about Flåm and find inspiration for what to do during your visit. Whatever time of year you decide to come here, great adventures await you.