Hardanger Bridge
Hardanger Bridge
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HappyNorwegians
Bergen, Norway593 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2017 • Couples
This is the most beautiful area of Norway! Make sure at least that you drive slowly over the bridge. You can also WALK over the bridge. There is a toll/cost to go over it. Please take a few days to explore the area. Wonderful frukt growing area: cherries, plums, apples. Google the Word: HARDANGER and find out more!
Written 14 September 2017
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Jan M
Yeovil134 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2017 • Couples
take the time to park on the south side and walk over the bridge. The pedestrian tunnels are lit up like rainbows! The views are amazing . We walked out the other side and down to a small jetty. On the bridge you could feel it moving if a large lorry went over. Amazing work and the underground roundabout is weird!
Written 11 June 2017
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Richard650
Halifax, UK88 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Solo
As a British bridge Engineer, I have been following the construction of the Hardanger Bridge with great interest and looked forward to seeing it at close quarters.
The first question in my mind was "Is the bridge sympathetic to its surroundings?" Answer - Yes, both from distant views and close up, where the mountains dwarf the towers. Second question "Is it possible to gain access on foot to view the bridge close-up?" Answer - Yes, take the path down from the car park on the east side at Bu, and continue on the cycle way over the east bridge approach into a spiral tunnel. You can then walk (or cycle) onto the bridge, separated from the traffic, and enjoy spectacular views not only of the bridge but also of Hardanger Fjord.
And I loved the colour detail on the sides of the deck. Be sure to drive onto the bridge from the Granvin / Uvik side. Wow!
At 150 NKr for a car to cross, some might think an expensive crossing, especially since most visitors will cross twice if coming from the Ulvik side, but don't forget it cost 2,300,000,000 NKr to build.
The longest span bridge in Norway and 30m longer than the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco.
The only downside was that there in no information board.
Written 9 July 2016
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Sue M
Williamsburg, VA1,534 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Couples
We did a fabulous all day excursion from Eidfjord where our Viking cruise ship was docked. This is how Viking Cruises really creates memorable experiences for its passengers. With the 930 passenger ship docked in the tiny port of Eidfjord, we travel along the roadway back towards the suspension bridge that was built in 2013. You get a wonderful view of the fjord and the docked ship as you head towards the bridge. You stop off at a spot overlooking the bridge in order to have a photo opportunity, then back in the bus and you head into a tunnel with a roundabout to bring you out across the bridge and then back into another tunnel and the other roundabout. We then are on our way to our first waterfall - Skjervsfossen. I'm just glad that I was not doing the driving considering that you are going through a lot of long dark tunnels and then having to negotiate a roundabout in the dark. I hate roundabouts out in the daylight, never mind trying to negotiate one in a dark tunnel. This bridge and tunnel system is an amazing engineering wonder. If you are in this part of Norway, definitely travel across this suspension bridge. If you found this review helpful, please click on the button below.
Written 1 June 2018
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Vegard S
Stavanger, Norway50 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2017 • Friends
A majestic bridge appears in an already majestic fjord, and gives the landscape a futuristic look
When you drive over the bridge you feel like you're in the movie "Lord of the rings". . Although you pay a good amount of money to drive over it, it's well worth it. Big shout out to all the workers that made this bridge, you have all made something spectacular.
Written 7 September 2017
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Ilene S
Hollywood, FL279 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017
I was on a bus tour and we went over the bridge. Our guide explained it cost over $80.00 for the bus to use the bridge because there was still the option of a ferry. Once the bridge has been paid for they will remove the ferry and the bridge will be toll free.
Written 14 August 2017
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Akivz
Kefar Sava, Israel246 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017 • Couples
Tunnel to bridge to tunnel trip is amazingly memorable.
The towering mountains all around make a dramatic backdrop to this ride.
Written 31 July 2017
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Tosca1962
Moreton-in-Marsh, UK1,330 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2017 • Solo
Crossed this bridge by road and then travelled underneath it by ferry - great to see it from both angles. Pretty impressive feat of engineering spanning the fjord.
Written 20 July 2017
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CodyMav
Gold Coast, Australia27,281 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2016 • Solo
What a great bridge. Ok, it's just A to B, but architecturally different and a nice visual as you progress along the National Routes
Written 6 June 2017
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ofHarwich
Norway985 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2017 • Couples
Best tip to get the full experience from this fantastic location and beautiful bridge is to arrive from the north, i.e: The Voss-side of the fjord. You come through a tunnel, straight onto the bridge through a high portal. It is spellbinding and baffling. After crossing the bridge you go through another tunnel spiraling back and upon exciting the tunnel you have the bridge in front of you. If you can manage arriving through the tunnel from the north without mentioning to your other fellow passengers what is about to happen (the bridge) you'll be sure to take their breath away.
Written 25 May 2017
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