This tour lets you get to grips with one of Norway’s prettiest villages. You’ll cover around half of it, as you wander past wooden houses, churches and family-run shops. And you can do it all in three hours, thanks to its minute size. This teeny-and-traditional village is home to just over 900 residents. And they’re a lucky bunch. The whole place is cuddled by snow-speckled mountains, so you’ll see them wherever you look. First on the sightseeing agenda is Trebua – a small woodshop, where you can see traditional Hardanger fiddles, as well as buy handcrafted jewellery boxes, cutlery and knick-knacks. Next, you can give your feet a rest at a small bakery that’s been in the same family for three generations. It’s a chance to grab a tea, a coffee and some cake. Then you’ll walk to the other side of town, so you can snap envy-inducing photos of the ship, surrounded by the fjord.
- SUITABILITY Moderate physical activity.