Nærøyfjord, the name originates from the norse god Njord, the god of the seafarer and the sea. This is one of many fjord arms reaching off Sognefjord and in 2005 became part of UNESCOs World Heritage along with Geirangerfjord. Aurlandsfjord is just as picturesque with surrounding mountains as high as 1400 metres and branching off for 17 kilometres. These fjords can be visited throughout the year, but during winter they are periodically covered by ice. The high seasons for tourists is usually between the start of May and the end of September.
Fretheim Hotel- this historical hotel is centrally located in the west part of Norway, at the innermost point of an arm of the Sognefjorden the deepest and longest fjord in the world. Fretheim Hotel offers guests a total of 122 rooms in various categories, all with beautiful views of the fjord and mountains, both summer and winter.
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