Møre og Romsdal is located in western Norway and covers a fragment of the coast cut with fjords with numerous coastal islands. Its greatest attraction are the magnificent landscapes, among which the majestic Geirangerfjord comes out to lead.
Most tourists arriving in these areas are thirsty for fjords. And you can actually see the impressive coast, whose decoration is the UNESCO-listed Geirangerfjord. It cuts deep into the land, branches, and magnificent waterfalls descend from its steep slopes. The fjord can be sailed by boat, or you can take a scenic road along its outskirts or follow one of several walking routes.
There are many scenic roads in Møre og Romsdal. The most famous of them is the 55 km Troll Road, on which 11 serpentine are located. Half way up you can see the beautiful Stigfossen waterfall. The second scenic route is the so-called Atlantic Road connecting the cities of Molde and Kristiansund. It leads along the coast, overcoming several modern bridges connecting the coastal islets.
The capital of the region is Alesund, a city by the sea on several islands. Its center is built with tenement houses and public buildings in the Art Nouveau style and is the only urban complex of this type in Norway.