Originally a mill and farm town, Sogndal, Norway, has grown into a tourist’s paradise with local sporting events, cultural attractions, and nature tours to entertainment visitors of all types. The area is located in the Sognefjord, one of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, which makes it a perfect place to see stunning vistas and natural scenery. Also check out the Norwegian Glacier Museum.
- Kaupanger Stave Church
- Norsk Bremuseum
- Sogn Folkemuseum at Sogndal
- Go shopping at Sogningen Storsenter shopping mall
- Take in a Sogndal Football match at Fosshaugne Stadium
- Learn about the history of the Sognefjord at Sogn Fjordmuseum
Getting There & Around
Visitors who are travelling from other parts of Norway can fly into Sogndal Airport Haukasen. However, international visitors will need to fly into Oslo International Airport or Bergen Airport and then take a direct flight to Sogndal. Those who prefer to travel by train can purchase a ticket from Oslo to Sogndal on the Flam Railway.
While Sogndal has no public transportation system, the area still offers many ways for tourists to get around the region. Rental cars, taxicabs, and rental bicycles are all available for hire.
3 hotels in Sogndal,
Best Western Laegreid Hotell Sogndal provides quality accommodation and services. The hotel enjoys proximity to many attractions of the city. Located at a distance of 6 kilometres from the hotel is... More
Offering comfortable accommodation and convenient facilities, the Quality Hotel Sogndal provides you with all of the quality amenities to make your stay a memorable one. GeneralConference... More