At the end of the 19th century, German and English tourists came to know Flåm as a stop on their Norwegian fjord cruise and the village continues to woo visitors from all over the world. There isn't a whole lot there - a few hotels, a few cabins, a railway museum, a couple of cafés and tourist shops & a brewery. From the town, one can plan a number of excursions or hikes to pass their time there but we chose just to sit back and enjoy the scenery with a beer in hand.
Flåmsbrygga Hotel. The rooms were basic but comfortable and every single one had a gorgeous view and a balcony. The three of us spent the majority of our time parked in the sun, with a beer in hand breathing in that fresh mountain air. That evening we wandered next door for a Norwegian Easter buffet followed by live music & beer at the local brewery, Ægir.