When it comes to awe-inspiring settings, Flåm takes some beating. This Norwegian village perches at the head of Aurlandsfjorden and beside Sognefjord in the southwest of Norway. It’s perhaps best-known for the Flåm Railway route that creeps high up a mountain and offers stunning panoramic views from the top of the surrounding waterfalls and valleys. Don’t miss the Stegastein viewing platform, which hang 30m off the side of a cliff face, 650m above the fjord. With glass barriers, you’ll feel a little like you’re floating over the water on one of our Norwegian cruises to Flåm. Back on ground level, discover Flåm Church, which enjoys a secluded valley location south of the harbour. This wooden structure dates back to the 17th century and has a distinctive, traditional Norwegian architectural style. You can also learn more about the Flåm Railway at the dedicated museum. Discover the extreme challenges that faced the original builders back in 1924.