A nine-mile-long branch of the Storfjord (meaning 'Great Fjord'), the magnificent Geirangerfjord boasts towering walls that overlook some of Europe's finest scenery. Along Geirangerfjord's shores, a number of high waterfalls - including the Seven Sisters and the Suitor - plunge straight from the lofty forests to the smooth waters below. There are also a scattering of abandoned farm buildings dotted along the steep shores. Acclaimed for its stunning, unique landscape, the Geirangerfjord was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites in 2005.
See a spectacular 360 degree view of Geirangerfjord.