Follow in the footsteps of the Vikings and sail up Sognefjorden. Penetrating over 200 km into large mountainous massifs, this magnificent fjord, the longest in Norway, has breathtaking landscapes. One of its branches, Nærøyfjorden, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During your journey, you will discover the municipality of Vik, located on the southern shore of Sognefjorden. Don’t miss the visit to its oldest church, the famous Hopperstad Stave Church, dating from the 12th century. Made of wood, it represents a perfect example of Viking art and will take you back to the era of the Christianisation of Norway. Travel in time, in a stunningly beautiful natural space.