Hop-on Hop-off Geiranger Highlights Tour
Enjoy the fantastic views of beautiful Geiranger aboard City Sightseeing double decker buses! The small town of only 250 inhabitants is surrounded by dramatic landscapes, steep hills, and the breathtaking Geiranger Fjord. Hop on and enjoy the beautiful views.
Get ready for a fun and memorable tour with astonishing views over Geiranger. You'll see scenic landscapes, historic architecture, and gorgeous mountains, with a 15 minute photo stop at the Flydalsjuvet viewpoint, giving you time to take in the stunning surroundings.
You will be able to enjoy an audio-guided tour with pre-recorded commentary, so you can learn about Geiranger while enjoying all the different sights.
Please Note: There are 4 stops on this route and it takes approximately 50 minutes to complete the route without getting off. The bus runs every 30 minutes. The tours are narrated in English, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Japanese, Russian, and Norwegian. First and last tour times vary by season and will be detailed in your electronic ticket.
The route includes the following stops:
- Cruise Terminal
- Norwegian Fjord Centre
- Westeras Farm
- Flydalsjuvet Viewpoint
To see a map of the stops that are included in this tour, please CLICK HERE.
Reviewer: S p
Bus stop located near the peir. Stuff we're very helpful.
Reviewer: Ja mes Pfister
It eas ok but very expensive.
Reviewer: Candice Jierree
Easy signage. Cruise companies don't tell you about these bus tours. Having WiFi was great. In rain, the lower level was better for viewing.
Reviewer: David Cohn
The Hop on Hop off bus was the best way to see the sights of the fjords with my wife and young daughter. We greatly enjoyed the bus excursion.
I liked this Hop On/Hop Off bus mostly for the transportation aspect at this port. It is very steep and most of the view points are otherwise a distance. The bus allowed those not able to hike up switchbacks with cars/buses/bikes all trying to share a narrow road. The views are tremendous! The organization of the buses needs some work - it was a free-for-all push fest when the first bus arrived. Crazy! And the ticket said it could be exchanged at the booth or with the bus driver - wrong! only at the booth! That wastes my first hour. Had to spend it in line so that I could get on the next bus. I'd have rather spent it walking around the town, having a "set time" on my ticket. That'd solve many problems with bus access in the mornings.