Geiranger, Norway

Hotels in Geiranger

Geiranger Accommodations (4)
Hotel Geiranger

Hotel Geiranger

3.50 277 reviews

Skansekaia, Geiranger, Norway

Grande Fjord Hotel Geiranger

Grande Fjord Hotel Geiranger

4.50 311 reviews

, Geiranger, Norway

Hotel Union Geiranger

Hotel Union Geiranger

4.00 500 reviews

Geiranger Rd, Geiranger, Norway

Hotell Utsikten Geiranger

Hotell Utsikten Geiranger

4.00 137 reviews

6216 Geiranger, Geiranger, Norway

Travel Blogs from Geiranger

Geiranger Travel Blogs (119)
The Hurtigruten (Day 4) - Rainbows and waterfalls, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

The Hurtigruten (Day 4) - Rainbows and waterfalls

A travel blog entry by chronometers

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... to see some of the buildings and take a quick run to a lookout point overlooking the port. From Alesund, we entered the Geiranger Fjord, a Unesco World Heritage site and commonly agreed to be the most beautiful fjord in Norway. The fjord is typically ...

Lucky Spike, Geiranger, Norway travel blog

Lucky Spike

A travel blog entry by jennykelly

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... but not cold. We're wondering how long this great weather can last, even the locals say it's unseasonal. The drive to Geiranger was another joy for us. The fjord between the huge great mountains is very deep and can accommodate the largest cruise ...

A Cruise and a Glacier, Geiranger Fjords, Norway travel blog

A Cruise and a Glacier

A travel blog entry by jag

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... world here. Had my first shower in 8 days! Had a reasonable sleep in the next morning before we took a magical cruise down the Geiranger Fjords. The trip cost 70nkr and lasted an hour and a half, but it seemed to go much quicker due to the fact ...

Day 8 - Geirangerfjord, Stranda, Norway travel blog

Day 8 - Geirangerfjord

A travel blog entry by hamhamparty

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... could see tiny farms dotted along the hillsides, some only accessible by boat or on foot, and waterfalls tricked down the cliffs. Geiranger itself is a proper tourist town, in a kind of twee way. Imagine Ambleside, but with a couple of cruise liners ...