Reisen Sie umweltfreundlich und erleben Sie Otternes Bygdetun, Vangen-Kirche, Aurland-Schuhfabrik, Rjoandefossen-Wasserfall, Flåm-Kirche und Brekkefossen-Wasserfall auf dieser audiogeführten Besichtigungstour ab Flåm mit einem Elektrobus. Wenn Sie sich dafür entscheiden, diese beliebten Touristenziele mit einem Elektrofahrzeug zu erkunden, sind Sie Teil der Entwicklung einer umweltfreundlicheren Form des Tourismus, der keine Auswirkungen auf die Landschaft hat!
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When you choose to experience these popular tourist destinations in an electric vehicle, you are part of developing a greener form of tourism that has no impact on the landscape!
The tour starts near the railway station in Flåm and we drive out the beautiful bay towards Aurland. On the way out the fjord, we will stop at Otternes bygdetun for 15 minutes, where you can walk around in a cluster of 18th-century farm houses. Local history believes that people have lived here since 300 AD. You will also have a beautiful view back at Flåm, and out the fjord.
We continue our tour to the fjord village Aurland where we will stop for 35 minutes. Here you can visit the old stone church Vangen church and the Aurland shoe factory.
Vangen church is an old stone church where local history says that the first stone was laid in 1202. Aurland shoe factory claims that the founder Nils Tverranger made the world's first Penny loafer in 1926. In the shoe factory, it is possible to study its history on boards and pictures, or download an app, where you can listen to a audio guide in various languages. Beware that the shoe factory and the factory outlet is closed on Sundays.
After the visit in the shoe factory we return to Flåm. At Rjoandefossen waterfall, 4 kilometers up in Flåm valley, we make a 10-minute stop. Breathe in the fresh air, and take pictures of the beautiful Rjoandefossen where the largest drop has a free fall of 140 meters.
We continue down to Flåm church, a wooden church from 1667. Here we take a 10-minute break so you can take a quick look inside.
The last stop on the tour will be at Brekkefossen waterfall. The waterfall is a popular destination for the visitors of Flåm. It is not far from the center, only approximately one kilometer up in the valley. Sherpas from Nepal have made the stone stairs that takes you from where the track starts by the river, and up to the waterfall (the first 100 meters is a gravel path).
You decide yourself if you want to end the journey here, and the walk stone steps up to Brekkefossen waterfall, or skip the walk up to the waterfall, and join the bus back to the bus stop. Be aware that if you choose to walk up to the waterfall, you have to walk 1 kilometer back down to Flåm center.
Enjoy the tour!