What to do in Geiranger

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What to do in Geiranger – attractions + where to eat.

Let’s explore the attractions of the famous Geiranger that are truly worth seeing and find out where you can enjoy delicious food in Geiranger. We recommend some places to visit in the village of Geiranger and its surroundings.

Geiranger, due to its stunning location, is one of the most popular places in Norway.

People from all over the world come to see the village nestled at the bottom of mountains, overlooking one of the most beautiful fjords in the world – Geirangerfjord.

But what can you really do besides exploring the mountains and the coast?

If you’re in a hurry, focus on the main Geiranger attractions.

Norwegian Fjord Center

Here, besides a café with delicious local cinnamon buns, you can learn about the history of the place by visiting the interactive museum. Ticket prices are low, and access is easy. Learn more at https://www.fjordsenter.com/en/booking/world-heritage-visitor-centre/


On the way to this famous Fjord Center building, you can enjoy another Geiranger attraction – Fossevandring, stunning path filled with many stairs leading along spectacular waterfalls.

In the center of the village, there are several restaurants and cafés worth visiting. If you’re hungry, we recommend delicious vegetarian pizza from https://www.brasserieposten.no/ and for those with a sweet tooth, local chocolate from https://geirangersjokolade.no/All within your reach.

For more attractions, it’s good to have a car or, for the more adventurous, a bike. The rental of small and fun electric cars by eMob is an attraction in Geiranger itself. Check them out at https://emob.no/

With a car, you can head one of the biggest Geiranger attraction – Europe’s highest fjord view by road – 1500 meters – Dalsnibba. Check tickets here: https://dalsnibba.no/

On the way back, stop at Flydalsjuvet – a popular but worth-seeing Geiranger attraction. It’s a chair where the Norwegian queen once chilled, and now you can pose for a photo against the backdrop of the beautiful Geirangerfjord.

For those seeking extreme attractions in Geiranger, I recommend zipline and via ferrata with tickets available here: https://exploregeiranger.no/

Or if you prefer something calmer, take a unique trip to Storsæterfossen waterfall, where you can safely admire the amazing back of the waterfall.

Geiranger offers plenty of attractions. For more information, visit the cowork.whattodo website. 

Perhaps you’ll be tempted to visit outside the tourist season, away from the crowd, to peacefully admire the less crowded Geiranger attractions in spring, autumn, or even winter? This time also offers accommodations at lower prices. If you’re hesitant to take time off because you’d rather use it in the summer, bring your laptop and book a spot at one of the coworking spaces in the area to combine sightseeing with work. 

There’s a bunch to see in Geiranger – get exploring, even beyond the usual tourist season!

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