Hagavegen 11, 6887 Lærdal, Norway
About Lærdal Tunnel
It is the longest road tunnel in the world, succeeding in the Swiss Gotthard Road Tunnel. The Tunnel is a 24.51-kilometer-long road tunnel connecting the municipalities of Lærdal and Aurland in Vestland county, Norway.
Attractions near Lærdal Tunnel
Aurlandsfjellet is a mountainous area and plateau along the border between the municipalities of Aurland and Lærdal.
It was the church for the Lærdal parish until 1868 when it was closed and turned into a museum. The brown, wooden church was built in a stave church style around the year 1200. The museum now run by the Society for the Preservation of Ancient Norwegian Monuments.
The well-known and historic Aurlandsdalen Valley, was once one of the main routes between the eastern and western parts of Norway. It is a glacially-formed Norwegian valley that is about 40 kilometres in length
Stegastein is one the most photographed viewpoints in the region. It offers an amazing view of the fjord, mountains and surrounding landscape.
Urnes Stave Church is a 12th-century stave church built on a basilica plan inspired by medieval Christian churches, with cylindrical columns and semi-circular arches inside. Urnes Stave Church was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
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