Aurland is a pretty little town located along the longest and deepest fjord in the world. It is located about 200 km from the west coast of Norway and is surrounded by exotic natural scenery. The Aurlandsdalen Valley at one point was the point of connection between eastern and western Norway, and is often named as the Grand Canyon of Norway. The village is surrounded by picturesque views, and it is only normal for visitors to fall in love with the natural beauty of the area.
Visitors can get a complete view of the town and the breathtaking surroundings from Snow Road. One of the best ways to explore the area is by hiking around the Aurlandsdalen Valley. Most tourists take a bus from Aurland to Østerbø and then opt to hike back.
There are some beautiful art galleries in Aurland that are worthy of a visit. The village also has a few shops that sell a variety of items.
The nearest major airport to Aurland is the Bergen Airport. From the Bergen Airport visitors can take taxis. Buses are available from Bergen to Flam and from Flam there are several options to reach Aurland. Aurland is just 10 km from Flam.
There are a few restaurants in Aurland that serve vegetarian dishes but visitors should confirm before dining. Fish delicacies are available abundantly in the area.
There are no mosques in Aurland.